The genes in every human being exist as a pair, and like every close relationship, sometimes our genes don’t get along and don’t team up as well as others.
These genetic variations are the focus of Fitgenes’ Health & Wellbeing Report, a comprehensive analysis of your personal genetic profile and how the variants in your genes can influence your fitness and your general health.
Fitgenes will review specially selected genes to assist you and Jocelyn J Murray (Grow Eat Heal’s registered Fitgenes practitioner) determine diet and lifestyle choices suited to your DNA.
The Health & Wellbeing Report will outline gene variations, and whether peer-reviewed science suggests they’re beneficial or not. Remember, many genetic variations can be managed or compensated for; Jocelyn will step you through this process.
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Several lifestyle factors have been identified that might modify epigenetic patterns, such as diet, obesity, physical activity, tobacco smoking, alcohol consumption, environmental pollutants, psychological stress, and working on night shifts. Unlike genetic changes, epigenetic changes are reversible and do not change your DNA sequence, but they can change how your body reads a DNA sequence.