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Don’t Like Eggs? Here’s How to Get Enough Choline

Two of the most vital nutrients for healthy DNA expression are folate and choline. This is because they are major methyl donors for methylation, which means turning genes off and on without changing the DNA sequence. This process is the foundation of...

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Dioxins and the BRCA Genes: What You Need to Know

BRCA-1 and BRCA-2 are tumor suppressor genes that are tested by doctors to help determine breast and ovarian cancer risk that run in families that are typically estrogen negative. Mutations in the BRCA genes can cause a reduced ability to repair DNA double-strand...

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The Epigenetic Effect of Community

In the book Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell tells the story of the Roseto mystery. In the late 1800's, people from Roseto, Italy began immigrating to Pennsylvania. The new arrivals started buying land, planting backyard vegetable gardens and vineyards, raising pigs, and...

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Podcast: APOE4 & How to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer's disease is becoming more and more common in today's world, with many of us knowing a loved one who has suffered from the disorder. However, nutrigenomics and epigenomics research have given us hope on how to approach Alzheimer's by being proactive to...

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The Difference Between Nutrition Genome and 23andme

  Nutrition Genome is a genetic testing company that focuses on diet and lifestyle solutions to optimize gene function based on your results. 23andme is an ancestry company that sells your data to 3rd parties for research purposes. If you are trying to decide...

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What is the ESR2 Gene?

ESR2 codes for estrogen receptor beta (ER-β), one of two main types of estrogen receptor is activated by estrogen. Upon binding to 17-β-estradiol,  the encoded protein interact with specific DNA sequences to activate transcription. Phytoestrogens, ESR2, CYP1B1 and...

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