Epigenetics

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Anecdotal observations by John THomas

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Epigenetics: refers to the EFFECTS exerted upon the genes and DNA by environmental influences upon the organism, and NOT necessarily changes to the DNA itself, meaning, changes in the nucleotide sequence of the the, genome.

Observations

Epigenetics is the latest in cutting edge scientific observation and theory challenging heretofore ‘settled’ science. Slowly but surely, science is having to face the fact that life and health are matters of ‘energy’, and DNA is not fixed as commonly taught and believed.

How the genome [DNA]  and the genes it contains expresses itself, is very much determined by outside [environmental] influences such as: toxicity, chemicals, viruses, bacteria, fungal molds, stress, diet, water, sleep, etc.

Fungal molds exert extreme influence over gene and genome expression by the mycotoxins they secrete.  Ultimately, genome expression is controlled by the epigenome, which is also influenced by the microbiota and microbiome.

To understand more on issues involving fungal infestation of human DNA, read Special Insights, The Missing Diagnosis and the Mold & Fungus Protocol.

Please read Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life for further understanding of the genetic and DNA implications of unbalanced the regulatory hormones: leptin, insulin, adrenaline, cortisol and glucagon.

Caution is in order for the unsuspecting person who accepts the medical diagnosis and pharmaceutical approaches sometimes referred to as DNA therapy, telomere lengthening, bone morrow and stem cell transplants, etc. to correct gene or DNA mutations.

The body self-corrects genetics and DNA abnormalities if given the opportunity.

Every individual is responsible for assisting their body to heal itself.

Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

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