What Causes Chronic And Genetic Disease? The Secret To Changing Your DNA & Destiny

Have you been told by your doctor that your chronic illnesses are caused by your genetics?

This is the common thread that doctors and society in general have believed ever since we were able to crack the human genome.

And it’s true! But it’s only half of the story. The other half is epigenetics.

And epigenetics changes it all.

Why DNA is not your destiny

Genetics is the study of genes, heredity, and genetic variations in living organisms.

DNA is a molecule that contains our genetic information. It is a nucleic acid
that stores the hereditary material contained in human beings and almost all other organisms.

All the cells in our body contain the same DNA: skin cells, muscle cells, liver cells and so on. Yet all these cells have different structure and functions.

The reason is that different cells only use certain genes within our DNA. Some of the genes are turned on and others are turned off.

For example, think about two identical twins. They are born with the same identical DNA. Yet they don’t look exactly the same and they don’t always develop the same diseases.

There must be some way to account for this. And there is – epigenetics.

Epigenetics is the study, in the field of genetics, of DNA variations that are caused by external or environmental factors.

Within each of us there’s a spark that can light the way to health. There are no incurable diseases, only incurable people. – Bernie Siegel, MD

We are not victims of our genes. We are masters of our own destiny. – Lissa Rankin, MD

The role of epigenetics in our life

It’s true that the DNA sequence can’t be changed, it is fixed for the whole life. However, our genetic code is just a blueprint that can be interpreted in millions of different ways.

It’s not that we have a faulty DNA as traditional doctors want us to believe, it’s toxicity that alters the DNA.

This concept is very important because it means that if we manage to detoxify the body we can heal any “incurable” disease.

The bottom line is:

The genes that can develop a disease are in our DNA, but we decide whether or not to activate those genes with our lifestyle.

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Here are some tips to help you make better decisions and naturally reclaim your health: 

1. Eliminate or cut back toxic products

The planet is becoming more polluted than ever. Do the best you can to avoid toxicity, eliminate or cut back toxic products when possible and let go of what you can’t control.

For instance, of course we have to breathe even if the air is polluted but smoking cigarettes, on the other hand, is something you can avoid.

An important step toward removing toxic products is removing harmful foods.

Everything is processedand industrialized; they give us the calories we need to barely survive, but
 not the nutrients we need to be healthy.

Only then we can think to add healthy 
foods filled with vitamins and minerals
 that promote our health.

2. Eat healthy food and supplements

Everything you eat should start out as one whole ingredient that you can hold in your hand. Just read the label and if it says, for instance, “ingredients: brown basmati rice” go for it. But if it has a list of mono-sodium- whatever, forget it.

Also, because of depleted and toxic soils and environmental toxins, the amount of vitamins and minerals in the food we eat is declining. Besides, since our lives are more stressful than ever we need even more of these essential nutrients.

That’s the reason why vitamin and mineral supplements (at their natural state and not processed by Big Pharma), today, are absolutely necessary for a good health.

Check out my affiliate store to find out a list of healthy foods and supplements that I recommend.

 3. Love Yourself

You may repeat 100 times a day: “I love myself”. But your brain knows when you’re trying to fool it. It will say: “You don’t really think I’m this stupid, do you?”

In short, you could repeat “I love myself” forever and it would still be a lie. It would contradict your sense of intelligence.

So, if you don’t love yourself (yet), that’s OK. Don’t pretend you do.

But here’s what you can do: start to act as if you do love yourself.

Live your life according this one simple question: What would someone who loves themselves do?

The answer will come as an intuition: a gut feeling, a thought, an image, an emotion, a sensation.


About The Author

Hi, my name is Fabrizio and I’m grateful that our paths have crossed.

My mission is to help people who struggle with physical and/or emotional health to guide and empower them to create a vibrant, healthy and fulfilling life.

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