Discover how the new science of epigenetics can switch off the genes that:
- Make you fat
- Give you heart disease
- Cause inflammation
- Trigger cancer
Virtually every major health condition can be inherited. Cancer, heart disease, obesity, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, arthritis, and many others can run in families.
If you’re like most people, you have a family history of at least one of these. And you’ve probably heard this widely accepted—and depressing—“fact” about inherited illness: You can’t change your genes.
We now know that’s not true.
In this issue of Independent Healing, you’ll learn about a new field of medical science called epigenetics. It allows you to “switch off” genes that cause illness—while turning on those that promote health.
Dr. Kenneth Pelletier is a professor at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. He is author of the book, Change Your Genes, Change Your Life.
“Epigenetics means that control is given back to you and me,” Dr. Pelletier said. “We are no longer puppets of our DNA.”
In this issue, you’ll discover new epigenetic research that shows how you can turn off genes that cause:
- Heart disease
And you’ll learn how to turn on genes that promote longevity.
The best part?
You can get the benefits of epigenetics without risky drugs or medical procedures. Study after study shows that certain, foods, supplements, exercise, and lifestyle changes have powerful positive effects on your genes.
In this issue, you’ll also discover:
- Store-bought herbs and spices contain dangerous levels of heavy metals. We’ll tell you which ones to avoid.
- Wine with dinner cuts diabetes risk.
- Why you should never leave the TV on in your bedroom.
- Why the supplement advice we gave you during the early days of the pandemic is looking better than ever.
You’ll get all this and much more in your new issue of Independent Healing.
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