Ever wondered why some people need only a few hours of sleep, never seem to have cravings, never put on weight, have a natural inclination for sports look more alive and have more energy in their 50s than many others do in their 30s?
Aging well: it’s in your genes… or maybe not only
You probably blamed it on their lucky genes – and hid your own shortcomings under the convenient “I’m not that type of person” or “I just don’t age well”. While there may be some truth to it, the good news is that you have more power than you think.
We’re quick to blame our genes, but 80% of our destiny is due to our everyday lifestyle choices. That can be either depressing, or truly empowering – depending on how you choose to look at it. That’s where I come in. As an Age Reversal Expert I am committed to help my clients slow down their aging process by applying custom made epigenetic interventions made to measure from their DNA. This is the only way they can unlock their body’s unique potential and start the aging backwards process.
The everyday choices that determine who you are and how you age
It’s crucial to know that your genes, although important, don’t determine your biological destiny. They only represent 3% of the way you look and feel, while 80% are lifestyle choices entirely in your power, with the remaining 15-17% environmental factors.
If you’re not the type of person that is naturally slim, you can still have a slim figure by eating in a way that works best for your genes and choosing that type of exercise that trigger the best possible outcome because it syncs well with your genetic make-up.
Genes & genes variations are fluid, dynamic and respond to everything we think & do. For identical twins it means that, as they walk into adulthood making different lifestyle choices, those choices interfere by activating or deactivating certain genes, turning them into very different persons. Here’s a video explaining how that happens and where epigenetics, the study of changes in organisms caused by modification of gene expression rather than alteration of the genetic code itself, comes in.
Our seemingly small, everyday decisions, can activate or deactivate predispositions encoded in our DNA, by turning the genes ON or OFF. Through this lens, lifestyle becomes a key factor that can help or harm your health.
The 3% advantage
Perhaps, like so many of us, you tried different diets until you found the one that suited you and was efficient to help you reach your weight goals. Perhaps you struggled with different types of exercises until you found the ones that speak to your soul – why not cut the chase, save time & effort and eliminate the guesswork from your life, for good?
Knowing your genetic make-up, predisposition and gene variations give you a goldmine of information on which you can build a healthy lifestyle that energises you and makes you feel like a million bucks. The prevention plan accompanies a genomic report that is fit-to-measure, so it prompts you to act in a way that guarantees best results.
Better sleep and less stress
More than 50 million Americans already suffer from over 80 different sleep disorders and another 20 to 30 million suffer intermittent sleep problems each year.
When you’re in the middle of it, you can understand first-hand how much lack of sleep impacts your energy, quality of life, brain power and limits what you can achieve. You’ve tried a zillion things and feng-shui-ed your apartment but nothing worked? Maybe it’s time to look at your genomic report and seek custom-made recommendations that fix the root cause of the problem.
Specific genes are associated with your sleep quality: from sleep patterns to the way your body’s physiological systems are aligned to the circadian rhythms or various sleep disorders. These genes can be altered/mitigated by certain lifestyle factors such as food, dietary supplements, movement, breathing and a prevention plan tells you exactly how to do that in a way that builds on your own genetic predispositions.
In the same way, certain genes are directly linked with the way the cortisol level is balanced in our body (higher cortisol = higher level of stress). Knowing how to regulate cortisol levels in your body through supplements, breathing exercises, diet & movement prescribed particularly for your genetic make-up might be the difference that enables you to show up differently in high-stakes situations and use stress in your advantage. It’s like having a really complex life battery that comes with instructions, instead of you trying to guess your way into making it work.
Mitigate mental health risks
The genomic report also highlights risks for mental health diseases, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and others. The predisposition for depression is usually linked with a higher level of chronic inflammation in your body – having genetic information about how your physiological systems actually work means you can influence them. You can target specific changes in your diet combined with custom made type of exercises and relaxation techniques tailored for you, which will have a significantly higher impact on mitigating your predispositions.
Back in the driver’s seat
Awareness is the first step in understanding how you can make those 80% lifestyle choices, so that you are using science to empower your mid-life years and influence how and how soon you age.
Every cell in your body communicate with each other via genetic messages. This report and the epigenetic prevention plan helps you be part of the conversation and gives you the power to reclaim your life.
No more exhausting beauty regimens or dieting yo-yo. Go straight to the point, leverage science, make the choices that fit you and enjoy that energy, healthy glow and gorgeous skin everyone will envy you for.