Coz Being Ageless Is Priceless


Yes, that’s what you are. Unique, different, special. No one in this world is exactly like you. Even identical twins have slight differences in certain aspects of their health. That said, I don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to making dietary, lifestyle and therapeutic (even medication) recommendations. Why is it that some people tolerate high doses of certain meds while others could get all the full-blown side effects from a single dose of a certain medications. The answer lies in a term we call “biochemical individuality.” We all have very minor differences in our genetics (based on the human genome project) and we all differ in how they’re expressed depending on environmental triggers. To borrow one of my colleague’s statement, “Our genes are like a loaded gun, but the environment pulls the trigger.” There’s a field of science called “Epigenetics,” which basically says that our environment could actually trigger the expression of our genes. This environment includes the food that eat, the water we drink, the air we breathe, how we handle stress, the presence of harmful electromagnetic radiation (harmful EMF’s), whether one smokes or drinks, among other things. True, there are things that are difficult to avoid but there are also things that are in our control. Like the food we eat for instance, the closer to nature the food is, the better (meaning, THE LESS PROCESSED, THE BETTER). Regarding vaccinations, I would recommend individualizing it rather than doing mass vaccinations. People who are generally in good health and take care of the basics (nutritious food, clean water, enough rest, etc.) have healthy immune systems and they don’t require vaccinations. However, take a look at the link provided and see what most people have to say about mandatory vaccinations. It’s getting really interesting here.

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