Genetics loads the gun, 

environment pulls the trigger.

Scientists continue to uncover astounding discoveries about human health.  While we marvel in advances in medicine, the overall quality and longevity of a person's health continue to decline. How is this possible? Our clients commonly ask, "my doctor has run every test imaginable on me and says I am healthy, but why don't I feel well?" "All I eat is salads, but why can't I lose weight?"  "I am young and working out regularly, but I don't seem to have any energy."

 

The answer can be found within our genes.  While it is true that medical science continues to advance at an amazing rate, the environment and lifestyle we live are not conducive to optimal health.  To further complicate matters, society norms have led us to believe that following a single standardized diet and exercise routine will optimize our quality of health.  

Unfortunately, this is not true.  People are all different with unique biological needs.  Not one person's anatomical design is the same as another person's.  Hence why fad diets and internet health websites fail to help people attempting to address their health concerns.

 

Due to our unique biological complexities, Elite Epigenetics uses advanced quantum epigenetic DNA analysis technology to evaluate your health needs based on your genes.  Conventional medical diagnostic techniques (blood, urine, ultrasound, MRI, etc.) will take a picture at a specific point in time, rather than being a perspective test that analyzes the interoperability of your system and show health trends (whether positive or negative).    

For this reason, Elite Epigenetics utilizes only the most advanced analytical technology and techniques to evaluate a person's health at the cellular level.  Hence, giving us the ability to develop more precise plans to address the health and vitality of our clients minimizing the trial and error approach that many other health practitioners embrace.

 

Research has shown that if we focus on a nutritious diet (macro & micronutrients), lifestyle including our level of physical activity, sleep quality, proper hydration & cellular oxygenation, we can all live a more healthy revitalizing life.  The challenge is uncovering what your body needs to be healthy.  Hence why the use of quantum DNA epigenetic analysis is valuable for analyzing your body's needs at the cellular level.      

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DNA ANALYSIS IDENTIFIES ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS VITAL TO OPTIMAL HEALTH

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DNA & EPIGENETIC TESTING

DNA TESTING

SNP Genotyping PCR DNA testing is regarded as the gold standard method for diagnosing genetic diseases by medical geneticists and physicians.

DNA testing can identify chromosomes, genes, and proteins matches (markers) compared to a database of known genetic conditions.

While DNA testing can identify the presence of bacteria and viruses that have damaged a molecule, DNA does not identify the health condition of systems, biological conditions, and chronic disease.

Except for treating genetic diseases, DNA testing provides little value in diagnosing typical health related illnesses with data that can be used to guide a person towards better health.

EPIGENETIC TESTING

This testing method focuses on the epigenetics of DNA - the elements of genes altered by environment and lifestyle.

80% of deadly, long-term , chronic health conditions are due to lifestyle and environmental factors - meaning, THEY ARE PREVENTABLE!

DNA testing identifies diseases - Epigenetic testing assesses your healthHence, measuring the impact of lifestyle change on a person's health.

Epigenetic changes are:

  • Influential determining what a stem cell will become.

  • Dynamic giving sense of current, previous, and future events.

  • Actionable responding to lifestyle factors.

Can We Change Our DNA?

When we analyze a person's health at a cellular level, the epigenetics of the person's DNA is of primary importance to us.  While we are born with a specific DNA code, the epigenetics of our genome can actually be changed. Using an automobile as  an example, like DNA, it is very difficult to change the design of a car, but it's color, wheels, and broken tail light can all easily be changed.  The science of epigenetics is based on the items of DNA that can be changed.  Scientifically speaking, Epigenetics is the study of biological mechanisms that will switch genes on and off based on environmental changes.

 

The relationship between DNA and epigenetics can be best described as follows.  DNA gives the instructions for various functional proteins to be produced inside the cell, and epigenetics provides the specific details of the instructions generated by the DNA.  In other words, Epigenetics affects how genes are read and understood by the cells, and subsequently, whether the cells should produce relevant proteins - which are the building blocks of your body.  Bodily diseases, ailments, and cancer express themselves through epigenetics.  By managing your environment, you have the control to turn these genes off.  Therefore, the science of Epigenetics proves that we do not need to be victims of our genetic inheritance.     

4 Key Points:

Changing How

Genes Express

Themselves

Understanding Epigenetics.    

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Epigenetics Controls Genes.  This is achieved through (a) nature: epigenetics is what determines a cell's specialization (e.g., skin cell, blood cell, hair cell, liver cells, etc.) as a fetus develops into a baby through gene expression (active) or silencing (dormant); and (b) nurture: environmental stimuli can also cause genes to be turned off or turned on.

 

 

Epigenetics is Everywhere.  What you eat, where you live, who you interact with, when you sleep, how you exercise, even how fast you age - all of these events eventually cause chemical modifications around the genes that will turn those genes on or off.  Additionally, in certain diseases, such as cancer or Alzheimer's, various genes could be switched into the opposite state, away from the normal/healthy state.  

 

Epigenetics Makes Us Unique.  Even though we are all human, why do some of us have blonde hair or darker skin?  Why do some of us hate the taste of mushrooms or eggplants?  Why are some of us more sociable than others?  The different combinations of genes that are turned on or off is what makes each one of us unique.  Furthermore, there have been indications that some epigenetic changes can be inherited.

 

Epigenetics is Reversible.  With two copies, one inherited from each parent, of 20,000+ genes, what will be the result of the different combinations of genes being turned on or off?  The possibilities are enormous! But if we could map every single cause and effect of the different combinations, and if we could reverse the gene's state to keep the good while eliminating the bad... then we could, hypothetically, cure cancer, slow aging, stop obesity, and so much more.  This is the direction of Elite Epigenetics.