Reliv Epigenetics Breakthrough

EpigeneticsReliv epigenetics is something brand new to me. But behind the scenes Reliv has been working with Dr. Alfredo Galvez, he has been studying Lunasin.

So what the heck is lunasin and what does it have to do with epigenetics.

The best answer I can give you is to click on this link to Lunasin

I could not believe what I read either. This blows my mind and I am proud to be a distributor for Reliv International.

So then the question I am sure you have next is why should I care about epigenetics? How does this effect me and my family. Well this is even more shocking.

I found this article by The Week,

“Epigenetics: How Our Experiences Affect Our Offsprings.

Here is part of the article…

Isn’t our genetic legacy hardwired?

From Mendel and Darwin in the 19th century to Watson and Crick in the 20th, scientists have shown that chromosomes passed from parent to child form a genetic blueprint for development. But in a quiet scientific revolution, researchers have in recent years come to realize that genes aren’t a fixed, predetermined program simply passed from one generation to the next. Instead, genes can be turned on and off by experiences and environment. What we eat, how much stress we undergo, and what toxins we’re exposed to can all alter the genetic legacy we pass on to our children and even grandchildren. In this new science of “epigenetics,” researchers are exploring how nature and nurture combine to cause behavior, traits, and illnesses that genes alone can’t explain, ranging from sexual orientation to autism to cancer. “We were all brought up to think the genome was it,” said Rockefeller University molecular biologist C. David Allis. “It’s really been a watershed in understanding that there is something beyond the genome.”

What is epigenetics?

The word literally means “on top of genetics,” and it’s the study of how individual genes can be activated or deactivated by life experiences. Each one of our cells, from skin cells to neurons, contains an identical DNA blueprint, yet they perform vastly different functions. That’s because epigenetic “tags” block developing fetal cells from following any genetic instructions that don’t pertain to their intended roles. That biochemical process, scientists have discovered, occurs not just during gestation and early development but throughout adulthood, switching genes on or off and altering our mental and physical health.

How does that affect who we are?

We’re only beginning to find out. A woman’s diet during pregnancy seems to have a major impact on her baby’s epigenetic tags. Prenatal diets that are low in folic acid, vitamin B-12, and other nutrients containing “methyl groups” — a set of molecules that can tag genes and cause epigenetic changes — have been linked to an increased risk of asthma and brain and spinal cord defects in children. …. read more

So are you intrigued yet?

For those that are visual, Reliv did a great job on this simple video that talks about Epigentics.

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    25 replies to "Reliv Epigenetics Breakthrough"

    • Great subject Katrina! I’m a life time learner so discovered something new. 🙂

      • Katrina

        Thanks Norma! I am loving this new breakthrough. Cool stuff.

    • Carele

      Great video. Thank you for this information it is very interesting

      • Katrina

        Thank you Carele for stopping by and commenting.

    • This sounds like an amazing product. It would be awesome if it helped ward off cancer.

      • Katrina

        Thank you Christy! Wouldn’t that be something! Have a beautiful day!

    • Meire Weishaupt

      Thanks for the info, the video makes easy to understand better what we are doing and how to correct the mistakes!

      • Katrina

        Really do like this video! LOL Thank you for taking time to read and comment!

    • Anita

      Love this stuff! Thanks for sharing the information on genetics 🙂

      • Katrina

        Starting to learn more about it myself. Really interesting stuff. Have a blessed day!

    • Cindy Taylor

      Great info….life is definitely changes, for the good OR bad, by all our choices! Good reminder!

      • Katrina

        Just love the fact the nutrition plays such a key role. The purpose of eating is to fuel our bodies and so many time I think we forget this.

    • Maureen

      What a great video and very interesting. I actually find genetics very interesting and love to learn about it more.

      • Katrina

        Let me know if I can answer any questions. Also feel free to learn more at Thank you for stopping by my post and commenting. Truly grateful!

    • Jackie Harder

      Wow…who knew? Thanks for an informative piece.

      • Katrina

        Love sharing information and what works. Thank you for commenting. Have a beautiful day!

    • Carla J Gardiner

      Pretty cool video Katrina. Looks like we both are tuning up DNA, turning on genes for optimal health and longevity. I know my life has been changed forever since my tune up.

    • Kathy Hadley

      I had never heard of epi-genetics until Dr. David Jernigan of Hansa Center. As a matter of fact, I believe that he coined that word and the entire field of study and research.

      He is also the only person I know of (well, he and his doctors) who can identify and remove the effects of your epi-genetic make up.

      It is phenomenal.

      I am going to pass on your article here to him now.

      Thanks for posting about this.



      • Katrina

        Lunasin is breaking through a lot of science and truly amazing with what it is doing for epi-genetics. Thank you for commenting. Always look forward to your comments.

    • Tal

      Wow, thanks! I’ve learned A LOT! Going now to read more about Lunasin and epigenetics.

      • Katrina

        Tons of some great information. Let me know if you have any questions.

    • Jeanne Doyon

      Fascinating stuff. I need to reread your post and do some thinking on this one! My brain began thinking back to my pregnancies–oh, gosh:I wonder about stress experienced during that time.

      Let me come back after I have digested all of this info.

      • Katrina

        Looking forward to answering any questions you have.

    • Vicky

      Pretty Interesting

      • Katrina

        I thought so too. 🙂

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