Mr Lahey points out Personal Genetic Profiling for Health is a key component of the ASCF Prevention Plan. Every human being ever born is unique, even “identical twins”. Our uniqueness is underpinned by our genes – they influence everything from our height and eye colour to predisposition to some chronic conditions and potential diseases. In addition, our genes determine our body’s response to the food we eat, physical activity and our lifestyle choices, and therefore can have a pronounced influence on our health.
Scientists worldwide are now realising the importance of understanding the interaction between our genes and our lifestyle choice, such as nutrition, exercise and our health. A common misconception is that our “inherited genes” determine our fate in life. In fact, research has shown that this is not necessarily so. It is true that you cannot change your “inherited genes” however you can compensate for their influence. It is possible to maximise our “genetic potential” and change our health by targeted exercise, nutritional and lifestyle choices, says Mr Lahey.
Mr Lahey says the good news is that if you know your genetic profile and what gene variants you have, then you are armed with a very powerful tool for maximising your health potential. When you know and understand your Personal Genetic Profile, you can make informed choices about your nutrition, lifestyle choices and the type of exercise that best suit your own genetic profile. The Genetic profiling analyses 40 of the most potent genes relating to proactive health including these:
INFLAMMATION & IMMUNE SYSTEM
The objective of this discipline is to translate the most recent genetic research into practical everyday applications for improving fitness, health and nutritional outcomes.
This is the goal of the ASCF. We also recommend you commence taking Colostrum Max as well which we can help advise you on. Please ask. Also read our Prevention Plan - http://www.adultstemcellfoundation.org/
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