In recent years, an enormous amount of data regarding genetics and gene mutations have surfaced. Medical literature is filled with current and updated articles exploring the various complexities of the genome. Many people believe that genetic information holds a key to unlocking better treatment options, better predictability for disease processes, as well as better protection
The status of zinc and copper levels may have profound implications for many people. Much has been written about the significance of these two trace elements for many, many years. Many health conditions may be directly caused by abnormal zinc and copper levels. With all of the recent attention given to methylation status, gene mutations,
It is important to address that the information regarding CBS pathway activity is still very new, and not everything is well known or understood with regards to what is actually taking place in individuals with said gene mutations, biochemically speaking. Time, further research and empirical observations are needed in order to gauge the situation more
The sight of seeing a predictive outcome analysis for the development of a disease process from a genetic test has many people scared out of their socks. In many cases, some people have no interest in looking at the data at all. But of course, these individuals are still under the premise that their inherited
Suppose you walked into your doctor’s office and he told you: “you look like you have cancer. We need to be put you on chemotherapy medications immediately.” “What? How are you so sure, did you run any tests?”, you ask. “No” replies the doctor, “you just look like you have cancer”. As insane as this
Have you heard of methylation before? In 5-8 years from now, problems in a person’s “methylation” cycle is going to be widely recognized as one of the core, underlying factors in many health issues and degenerative diseases. Methylation gene defects and epigenetic altercations to certain genes essential in the methylation pathways of the body can
GERD: What is it? Is it just a bunch of acid shooting into the throat causing a burning reaction to the esophagus and upper GI tissues? Why is the cause of the shooting acid rarely investigated? Is there not literature that suggests more of a complete picture regarding what is really happening in the body?