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The Epigenetic Diet that Reduces Aging

The Epigenetic Diet that Reduces Aging

A study published in April of 2021 set out to prove that epigenetic interventions – including diet, sleep, exercise, and breathing exercises – could reduce the DNA methylation clock (DNAmAge) that has been found to predict all-cause mortality and multiple...
The Symptoms and Solutions to Low and High Estrogen

The Symptoms and Solutions to Low and High Estrogen

Estrogen and progesterone have tremendous influence over numerous physiological actions. One of the most common associations with imbalanced hormones is the effect on mood. This can be debilitating for some women when their hormones are bouncing between extremes. You...
Are You Genetically Suited for Your Climate?

Are You Genetically Suited for Your Climate?

When people decide on a place to live, what is one of the most influential factors? Weather. Does it get too cold? Too hot? Too humid? Does it rain too much? How many days of sunshine?  Our DNA has been heavily designed by the environments our ancestors have lived in...
The Latest Nutrigenomic Research on COVID-19

The Latest Nutrigenomic Research on COVID-19

Medically reviewed by Dr. Alejandra Carrasco, MD nourishmedicine.com Since March of 2020, the research on SARS-CoV-2 and the illness caused by it – COVID-19 – has been getting published at an accelerated rate. Nutrition Genome has been monitoring all of...
The Genetics of Joy, Stress and Socialization

The Genetics of Joy, Stress and Socialization

Over the past few months, there has been a spectrum of adaptations that have changed our way of life. This may have increased stress, restricted our ability to interact with our friends and family, and reduced joy in our lives. It is a time where we have to make a...
Genetics, Blood Pressure and COVID-19

Genetics, Blood Pressure and COVID-19

High blood pressure is considered one of the significant pre-existing symptoms in regards to COVID-19 severity, along with cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome, cancer, and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. In Wuhan, China, early data found that the overall...
How the APOE Gene Affects the Immune System

How the APOE Gene Affects the Immune System

The International Journal of Medicine published a commentary in late April 2020 titled, “Does apolipoprotein E genotype predict COVID-19 severity?” The researchers argue that it is possible that having one or two copies of APOE-E4 allele predisposes one to be at high...