The ABC’s Of Epigenetics | What you need to know
It made the cover of Time magazine…
And is being reviewed by all of the Cancer research institutions.
This information could possibly save the lives of someone you love. Years ago my grandmother fought a losing battle with cancer when I was small. I wish something like this was around in her day.
Epigenetics is the study of how to turn genes on and off. To keep it simple, your genes are passed down through environment and heredity epigenetics just studies how health issues and challenges can be solved through technology.
Heredity leaves us prone or open to all sorts of illnesses and biological challenges.
This is a very complicated topic so I won’t go into the details. TRUST ME it’s confusing.Below I have put a few articles that can break down epigenetic‘s in simple terms for further the reading.
Ever remember hearing someone say that a person has good genes?
Typically having good genes means :
– They can eat a lot and not gain weight.
– They have flawless skin
– They have Beautiful healthy hair
…And (here is the big one) they typically don’t get the standard sicknesses that other people do because they tend to be healthier naturally.
Now onto the good stuff…
The results of your genes being turned off carry very interesting outcomes. Like curing cancer and reverse diabetes.
Did say cancer curing cancer yes epigenetics research have been known to Turn Off cancer cells.
Scientists are currently studying epigenetic to resolve issues with mental illness and many other illnesses that are passed down by heredity.
The SAD TRUTH
Because Health Care is a Multi-Billion Dollar industry they have made it almost illegal for a company to even mention that they can CURE cancer. The obvious reason would be if something like an ACTUAL cure came along it would dramatically make many of the drugs they sell USE-LESS. and would put MANY BIG companies OUT OF Business. With that being said, I have personally seen the results of epigenetic research at work and it is SAVING lives.
Contact me if you are interested in learning about what has been saving peoples lives.