Wednesday, May 30, 2012

DNA Is Not Your Destiny




Many people are developing chronic health conditions that may not respond well to available medical and alternative treatments. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to know that you could avoid chronic disease and stay well? Let’s start by exploring some of the causes of disease and how deep the problem can go.

Your body’s reaction to injury, infections or toxic insults can cause inflammation, an amazing normal response for defending and healing itself. Inflammation can cause pain, swelling, redness, heat and loss of function. It can create the same effects inside of your body, without your awareness – or it may just signal by expressing vague symptoms. It’s important to understand that acute inflammation can be life saving, without which wounds and infections would never heal. On the other hand, chronic inflammation can be the cause of many degenerative diseases and even significantly speed up the aging process. What you don’t know can hurt you!

A crucial part of the battle takes place at the level of the cell, particularly at the DNA-memory level, which dictates how cells will functionally express and how the future body will be re-engineered. Your body is constantly renewing its cells, each of which has a limited lifespan. The face you see in the mirror today is not the same face a year or two from now.

What can you do about it? Did you know that certain whole foods influence DNA expression? That is, these food sources can support healing by restoring the integrity of cellular function. The result is a healthy body that is resistant to disease.

Because the public has been given so much misinformation about health, we are sicker than ever, living in bodies ravaged by time and lack of answers.

Some of the causes of acute inflammation and disease include the following, which will be discussed in future blog entries:

·        Nutritional deficiencies caused by poor food choices

·        Exposure to toxic chemicals and heavy metals

·        Some synthetic vitamins and medications

·        Stress

You are in control of your health. It’s up to you. Learn what it takes to attain optimum health, because it will affect everything else in your life.

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