Quantum Living: Join The Mitochondrial Epigenetics Revolution: Turn on Your Powerhouse Potential with Intracellular Respiration And Exercise

Did you know that you can have your DNA designed to ensure that you have a happy, healthy, strong, powerful and a highly attuned body that enables you to be your own hero or heroine while being a champion in your own life? Let’s rock your world with the Mitochondrial Epigenetics Revolution, which was a cutting edge frontier science that started back in 1970s. It’s boomeranging back into fashion now with Mitochondrial DNA methylation being set up as the next-generation biomarker and diagnostic tool. Your DNA is fascinatingly dynamic and intricate, with gene expression continuously turning on or off as orchestrated biochemical signals are delivered throughout your body. The rhythmic measured dance of genes being turned on, expresses proteins instantaneously creating physiological responses throughout your body. These are Epigenetic changes that alter the physical structure of your DNA and it’s called DNA methylation. Over the past couple of decades, innovative and relentless epigenetic researchers have made cutting edge discoveries about DNA methylation. They have discovered how incredibly crucial it is to a number of cellular processes, such as embryonic development, which is the growth and development of an embryo. Equally important they uncovered X-chromosome inactivation, which occurs randomly for one of the two X chromosomes in female cells during development. Similarly, invaluable is the research found in genomic imprinting that originates from genes that are imprinted from parent-of-origin. More indispensible research regarding gene suppression was revealed, which is the suppression of the expression of a gene. Gene suppression is also known as gene silencing. This is of the utmost importance for a person who has a negatively mutated diseased gene. The suppression or the silencing of the defective diseased gene prevents the gene to instruct the other cells in the body to produce the same version of it. When gene suppression works optimally, then it acts as the grand architect and master coordinating designer of normal development. More priceless, brilliant and leading edge research resulting from DNA methylation pertains to inhibiting tumours. Other groundbreaking research was regarding chromosome stability which enables you to have healthy cells, and that means having health. Most scientists believe chromosome instability is the cause malignant tumours. Epigenetics is known as the science of change. The word “epigenetic” literally means “in addition to changes in genetic sequence.” Epigenetics is the study of how our genes are expressed. In this new reality our genes and DNA do not control our biology; instead our DNA is controlled by signals, commands or communication from outside the cell, including the energetic messages that are being telegraphed from either our positive and negative thoughts. Now go out there and become your own masterful Game Changer and Influencer! Turn on your powerhouse potential and turn it up with intracellular respiration and exercise. The turbocharging, rocket fuel, generating station in your cells are the Mitochondria. They are your body’s cellular energy factories assembled in your cells, they turn the food that you eat and the oxygen you breath into energy. It’s wise to give them what they want because they are your lifeline to having a strong immune system and great health. They either fortify and increase your metabolism or slow it down. Limitless amounts of biochemical processes occur with cellular respiration. Healthy Mitochondria are indispensable. They enable you to have lots of strong life force energy, youth, vitality while slowing down the aging process as it gives you acute mental focus. Researchers have proven that aerobic or endurance exercise is deliberately more effective at stimulating mitochondrial growth. Would you like to have 154 percent increase in your mitochondria after your first workout? Endurance training like running or any aerobic exercise offers this. Research showed that after 10 weeks of training, the number of mitochondria continued to increase however at a slower rate of 105 percent. Exercise is one way to truly tell your body that you love your body. Exercising is showing appreciation and gratitude to your body. Exercise is the way to design your DNA to what you want now. Did you know that you can manipulate and enhance mitochondrial adaptations to aerobic exercise training, which may delay skeletal muscle fatigue and enhance exercise performance? Well you can. And it is done with Mitochondrial biogenesis! Mitochondrial biogenesis is a critical metabolic adaptation to aerobic exercise training that results in enhanced mitochondrial size, content, number, and activity. It also defined as the growth and division of pre-existing mitochondria. It’s imperative to know that environmental stress, oxidative stress, low temperature and caloric restrictions all influence Mitochondrial biogenesis cell division and renewal and differentiation. As these significant transmuting conversions are taking place it also affects the variations in size and mass. It’s never been more true, families who exercise together, influence together, actualise together do stick together. Psychology of Sport and Exercise Journal published a study in 2011 finding the exercise habits of people you know have a positive effect on your exercise habits. You do genetically inherit your Mother’s, Father’s, Grandma’s, Grandpa’s and their lineage on both sides of their family into your DNA. Your DNA can continuously relive and compound experiences that have left a genomic imprinting on your genes. Dr. Brian Dias, PhD. spearheaded a groundbreaking study, researching and proving this advancement. He stated, “From a translational perspective, our results allow us to appreciate how the experiences of a parent, before even conceiving offspring, markedly influence both structure and function in the nervous system of subsequent generations.”

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