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Thanks to the relatively new field of epigenetics which studies the triggering mechanisms for genes, we now know that most of our genes actually respond with perfect precision to our environment. The type of foods we eat, the quality of the air we breathe, our level, type and time of physical activity, and even the kind of psychological stress we encounter – all have specific genetic consequences.

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Reading your personal genetic message is like having access to a treasure map – one that can lead you to your optimal health and help you prevent or recover from any chronic conditions along the journey.

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Reading your personal genetic message is like having access to a treasure map – one that can lead you to your optimal health and help you prevent or recover from any chronic conditions along the journey.

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Thanks to the relatively new field of epigenetics which studies the triggering mechanisms for genes, we now know that most of our genes actually respond with perfect precision to our environment. The type of foods we eat, the quality of the air we breathe, our level, type and time of physical activity, and even the kind of psychological stress we encounter – all have specific genetic consequences.

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Reading your personal genetic message is like having access to a treasure map – one that can lead you to your optimal health and help you prevent or recover from any chronic conditions along the journey.

Header goes here

Thanks to the relatively new field of epigenetics which studies the triggering mechanisms for genes, we now know that most of our genes actually respond with perfect precision to our environment. The type of foods we eat, the quality of the air we breathe, our level, type and time of physical activity, and even the kind of psychological stress we encounter – all have specific genetic consequences.