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December 11, 17

What is Genetic Wellness?

What is Genetic Wellness?
By Mark Haynes

Genetic wellness uses 15 sciences (anthropometrics, genomics, phenotypology, embryology, endocrinology, nutrigenomics, molecular biology, geo-medicine, traditional medicines, geneology, ancestry & lineage, neuropsychology, chronobiology, lifestyle medicines, advanced diagnostics and semiotics) and over 150 algorithms to quantify the phenotype, or Body Profile, and calculate the resulting needs of the body. The outputs from the program include:

• Specific digestive and dietary considerations
• Optimal exercise and physical activity recommendations
• Environmental needs
• Social and lifestyle preferences
• Personality traits, natural talents and disease predisposition
• Optimal daily schedules for mind, food, sleep, fitness
• Better understanding of self

This genetic wellness program measures your genes which don’t change through out your entire life. But obviously you look different as you age, we can learn behaviours and are conditioned from our environment all of which effects who we are both physically and mentally.

What the program also measures is which genes are turn on or turned off. Then it works out what you need to do turn the right genes on and the wrong genes off. So with all the measures, you get the DNA and you also get how that DNA has been changed and that is your phenotype or more commonly put body profile. That is what you show on the outside. Then the outputs are calculated based on the things that you need to do to restore balance to your body and mind.

Most people think you just have to look at food and exercise.  But have you ever been in a crap workplace, a crap relationship and/or a crap environment. All of those things effect your whole body and this program understands what you need to do to rebalance that part of you. These factors can sometimes be more powerful than food and exercise alone.

Basic terms – it measure you DNA, measures which genes are on or off and it tells you what to do to turn the right genes on and the wrong genes off. The key areas which effect this are food, exercise, mind, social, place, talents.  Which are the specifics we look into and coach you on.

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If you want to know more feel free to contact Mark Haynes on 0414 633 698 or info@universalhumanenergy.com

www.universalhumanenergy.com

TAGS #genetics #health #nutrition #well being #Wellness

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