Friday, 23 Aug 2019

The Truth About Your Human Genes

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The Truth About Your Human Genes

Human Genes. For a moment, let’s suspend the scientific mumbo-jumbo and take a trip to common sense land. If the same DNA is passed on to me from my grandparents and parents containing the same genetic material as all my brothers, sisters, cousins, aunts, uncles, and children, why are these genes linked to disease choosing to express themselves in some but not all family members? Now we often hear of dangerous cancer genes that are passed on and put you at high risk; however, the truth is, genes do notself-activate. A gene cannot turn itself on or off. Genes are turned on or off by a process known as gene regulation. It is an essential part of normal cell development. Gene regulation can occur at any point butmost often occurs at the level of transcription (when information in a gene’s DNA is transferred to messenger RNA to make proteins). This process is initiated by either signals from the environment or from transcription factors, which are proteins. Regulation of transcription is the most common form of gene control. Human Genes.

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Human Genes

Human Genes. When these proteins (transcription factors) are not available to respond to the environmental signal, conventional belief is that a random mutation occurs (unpredictable outcome). This poses a great contradiction to current medical science: hereditary genes are expressing disease selectively, yet the mutation is random. A more likely model was presented by John Cairns, Human Genes. Adaptive mutations, which states that genes don’t change randomly; it is an environmentally directed mutation as a result of the internal environment created by the patient. The idea that genetics has predetermined a patient’s health is old medical science that must be retired because we now know that genes only cause 5% or less of all disease. In addition, modern science has proven that 95% of all cancer has no hereditary linkage. Quite the contrary, 95% of cancer is the result of your rewriting normal genes into cancerous genes as a result of the internal environment you create through lifestyle choices. The new test by Color Genomics analyzes saliva for mutations in the breast cancer genes BRCA1 and BRCA2, as well as for 17 other potentially cancerous genetic variants. Human Genes.

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Human Genes

Human Genes. The expression of disease is not based solely on a genetic predisposition in chronic diseases but the acidic and toxic environment that turns on these genes that express disease. So the question becomes, what factors can determine a patient’s internal environment? That would be what he or she ingests nutritionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually. Anything that we consume that isn’t natural and nourishing is a toxin. It is a well-known practice in the medical field to use drugs to treat the side effects of other previously prescribed drugs. Diabetes is a perfect example of the failures of medicine. This disease doesn’t get nearly the amount of attention heart disease or breast cancer does because it’s not as sexy as the aforementioned. Most people are completely unaware that they are either pre-diabetic or diabetic, but that’s no surprise considering 70% of diabetics also have America’s ‘silent killer,’ hypertension. As sweet as the disease sounds, it doesn’t just impact your blood sugars. Human Genes.

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Human Genes

Human Genes. Diabetes increases the risk of stroke and heart disease up to four-fold, is the leading cause of blindness, accounts for over 60% of all lower limb amputations, 70% of diabetics will suffer mild to severe nerve damage, and it’s the leading cause of end-stage kidney disease. For men, often the canary in the mine (so to speak) is erectile dysfunction. This is the first sign that shows us circulation has been compromised and nerve damage is on its way. At first, it starts off quite simple: metformin (for blood sugar control) and a little HCTZ (‘water pill’ for blood pressure), and the patient thinks no harm, no foul. But blood pressure can never be regulated by urination for very long because it also leaves the body in a dehydrated state, so two or three additional medications are eventually added because vascular disease will worsen when the cause goes unaddressed. Human Genes. Blood sugar levels will begin to skyrocket due to increased insulin resistance, so additional oral medications are added on. Type 2 diabetes slowly begins to transition towards type 1 (insulin required). Human Genes.

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Human Genes

Human Genes. And because all excess sugar in the body is converted into fat, you now have a cholesterol issue (if you didn’t have one before), and so a statin drug is added on. At some point, diabetes becomes the sniper in the tower, picking you off piece by piece. Next, there’s gum disease and tooth decay, followed by degeneration of nerves, so gabapentin is added to your medication bank, and then you begin to lose the sensation in your feet altogether. This is followed by gangrene due to a lack of circulation and increased toxicity. This is why diabetics are at a high risk for amputations. It is not uncommon to see diabetic patients with as many as 20 medications on their profile and leaving the pharmacy with a grocery bag filled with prescriptions. Does this sound like the traditional model for ‘treatment is working’? Of course not, but as you can see, diabetics are the perfect customers for bottom lines. I can remember being a pharmacy manager, reading through our quarterly profit statements, and diabetic patients were always the pharmacy’s top revenue patients. Human Genes.

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Human Genes

Human Genes. Yet there are numerous studies, patient cases, and testimonies that can be easily referenced to show thousands of patients have been cured of diabetes by returning to nature’s prescription. I can attest personally to this natural prescription because it most certainly saved me from myself. Considering my father had experienced the majority of those progressions, his mother passed as a result of them, along with my mother’s father.  With my family history, I could have easily just tossed in the towel and embraced the belief that genetics superseded my ability to heal. Even my physicians had told me that my family history made it a certainty that I should prepare myself for the same diseases. But what they saw as a genetic precursor, I saw as inherited habits passed down in the form of poor nutrition and lifestyle. Human Genes.

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