Have you ever thought about doing a 23 and Me test? Many people have done them so they could learn more about their own genes. What is the benefit to this? Well, it can help you be proactive in potentially preventing a gene from becoming active and you developing a disease.
It is believed that the reason you develop a disease or medical condition is 25% due to your genes and the rest is due to your lifestyle and environmental exposures.
What this means is, you have the ability to impact your DNA. Knowing more about your genes can help you to make better choices that can impact your health.
We now live in a time where you can unlock a new era of personalized medicine that will help you evolve into a healthier, happier life.
Would you like to learn more about how to interpret your genetics? If so, then I would encourage you to register for the upcoming Interpreting Your Genetics Summit. There you learn more about the field of epigenetics. This is the study of how your genes interact with your environment, stress, and other lifestyle factors and how these genes are expressed.
Whether you’ve taken a genetic test or plan to, these experts on this summit will teach you the best practices for using this information to alter your lifestyle, guide treatment and create better health!
Register for The Interpreting Your Genetics Summit: Click Here!
Your host, James Maskell, has gathered world-renowned leaders from genetics, genomics and functional medicine. These pioneering experts are on the front lines interpreting data to create improved health in patients around the globe. It’s time to join the movement to know who you are, and use that information to improve your health!
Are you wondering what you will learn?
The Interpreting Your Genetics Summit will teach you about:
Your predisposition for diseases and how to minimize manifestation.
Genetic health traits your children are likely to inherit.
Whether your medications and supplements are right for you.
How to unlock previously unsolved health challenges.
To register for this free online event happening from August 21-18, simply to click the link: The Interpreting Your Genetics Summit