Why DNA Testing is Important?
Did you ever wonder WHY all of a sudden someone develops a neurodegenerative disorder, heart disease, an autoimmune condition, suffer a stroke or even develop cancer?
They expressed a mutated gene!
How do you express mutated genes like autoimmune, MS, ALS, Parkinson’s, heart disease or cancer?
The answer is depleted methyl groups! Depletion of your body’s methyl groups is how mutated genes are expressed.
How Are Methyl Groups Depleted?
How are methyl groups in our body depleted? By consuming a poor diet loaded with white death, white sugar, white flour, and white salt. Also bad oils, trans-fatty acids and hydrogenated oils, produce loaded with pesticides and herbicides. Junk food, drinks loaded with caffeine, high-fructose corn syrup and acid, genetically-modified foods, and high levels of emotional stress!
Methylation is VERY important for the following processes to occur in our body:
DNA/RNA synthesis (turning on/off genes)
Brain chemical production (e.g. dopamine and serotonin)
Hormonal breakdown (e.g. estrogen and testosterone)
Creation of immune cells (e.g. NK cells and T-cells)
Creation of protective coating on nerves (i.e. myelin formation)
Processing of chemicals and toxins (detoxification)
When poor methylation occurs in our body, here is what can happen:
Neurological Disorders, Parkinson’s, tremor disorder, MS, Alzheimer’s, dementia, peripheral neuropathy, migraines and cluster headaches
Hormonal regulation issues such as PMS, ovarian cysts, fibroids, PCOS in women or low testosterone in men
Autoimmune disorders and Immune deficiency
Chemical sensitivities and allergies
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic Pain Syndromes (neck, back, shoulder, knee, etc.)
ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s syndrome, dyslexia, and learning disabilities
Chronic Infections (Candida, parasites, bacterial, viral, etc.)
Gut issues (IBS, Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn’s, chronic diarrhea or constipation)