Genes, Health and Environment

Genes, Health and Environment

You state of health is a combined interaction of your inherited genes and your environmental conditions.

For instance, if you eat badly, living in a place with high pollution and viruses with little exercise and too much stress you are likely to exceed your natural ability to adapt and eventually develop health issues.

Genes

Inherited biological advantages and disadvantages

Environment

What we eat, drink, breathe, feel and think. Hormones. Life choices and exposures

Health

Broken into two by good health and poor health

Good Health – Suggests that epigenetic has adapted to the environment factors

Poor Health – environment overload surpasses genetic capabilities

Environment Overload

Health issues occur from a total environmental overload exceeding your genetic ability to adapt. You dont just have one genetic program running a large number of variations of possible genetic expressions determined by a large number of epigenetics.

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