If You Don’t Like Your Genes, Change Them
For years and years (and years and years), we’ve been told our genetic heritage (genes) was fixed and unchangeable, so deal with it.
Gene mutations, they said, determined our future. If BRCA1/BRCA2 show up in a test, they said your risk of breast cancer is scary high. Since we were told our genes couldn’t be changed, our genes were our destiny. Well, piffle. And nonsense.
Of course, we were also told that we are loaded to the gills with genes that defined every cell in our bodies. Gazillions of genes define and determine every thing about us, every little thing. Turns out that was wrong, too.
The Human Genome Project, released in 2000, upset the genes-as-destiny apple cart. Medicine is in a deep state of denial about it all.
What did they find? While researchers expected anywhere from 100,000 to 2,000,000 human genes, it turns out we only have about 20,000 human genes. Whut! A simple roundworm has nearly that many worm-genes! How can that be?
20,000 genes can’t possibly contain all the data needed to define a human. And, as it turns out, we have virus and bacteria genes that vastly outnumber our human genes, and our health depends on them! Not all of them, though, just the good ones. If only we knew which was which.
Well, now, see, this complicates everything. But it also sets us free.
One huge complication, right up front, is we can’t distinguish between bacteria and viruses that deserve to be killed and those we need to live. So we need to avoid antibiotics and vaccines; unable to discriminate between good and bad, they kill both. Well, you can see why Big Pharma decided to ignore that fact, at least until they can come up with a better fact.
But the big Kahuna of complications comes from the science of “morphic resonance,” as described by Dr. Rupert Sheldrake. As described on Sheldrake’s book, morphic resonance is a “nonphysical overlay to the human genome” that tells the rest of the human story, and explains all the exploding heads.
God is with us
You see, this nonphysical overlay develops consciousness in humans. What does that mean? In short, it means God is with us, that we’re more than physical beings. And, because of morphic resonance, we’re different from all other animals.
Today’s science, based on evolution that says there is no God, has trouble with this concept, so you can understand all the weeping, wailing, and gnashing of teeth that’s currently going on.
But what does all of this mean in terms of your health? While some genes are unchangeable, such as eye color, you are well able to change others. You are free to make your future brighter.
Nutrition plays a huge role in getting your genes back in the game. By getting your nutrition right, you arm your body to fight back against disease.
But gene-changing is not all tip-toeing through the tulips. If you’ve been on antibiotics forever, getting back to “start” can take a while. Previous surgeries can mean there’s extra work to do. Some medications, such as, say, antidepression meds, also raise the bar.
Wherever you are in your health, whatever your health history, getting your nutrition (diet and supplements) right puts you on the road to better health. You’ll delight in the places you go and the changes you see.
Doctors told me I wouldn’t live a long life, but here I am “kicking butt and taking names,” as the saying goes. I’m fortunate that I don’t know how to give up. First, I had to find the information, then I had to figure out what to do with it. And now I can share it.
Perseverance; it does a body good.
See Also, “Your Genes Are Not Your Destiny”
God is good,
Copyright by Bette Dowdell. All rights reserved
P.S. Bette Dowdell is not a doctor, nor does she purport to be She’s a patient who’s been studying and successfully handling her own endocrine problems for more than 30 years. She offers introductory teleseminars and an in-depth 12-month subscription program, “Moving to Health” about living well with endocrine issues. She explains how things work-or don’t, discusses what things to avoid as well as the things that help, and she provides a lot of well-researched nutritional information. Subscribe to her free e-zine at Information is power.