Did you know how your genes are like the blueprint for your whole body? Well, epigenetics is like the control panel for that blueprint. It’s all about how your genes express themselves, and how that affects your health and well-being. And the cool thing is, your diet and lifestyle choices can play a big role in that!

For example, the foods you eat can have a huge impact on your epigenetics. A diet high in processed foods and sugar can lead to changes in your epigenetics that can cause inflammation and make it harder to maintain a healthy weight. But eating a diet full of low glycemic fruits, colorful vegetables, gluten-free whole grains, and high-quality proteins can promote positive epigenetics and help you stay healthy.

Certain vitamins and minerals also have an impact on your epigenetics. For example, folate, choline, and betaine are important for healthy epigenetics and can be found in delicious foods like leafy green veggies, nuts, fruits, eggs, liver, spinach, beets, and wheat bran.

So, next time you’re deciding what to eat, remember that your genes are listening! By choosing foods that are healthy for your epigenetics, you’re giving your body the best chance to stay healthy and strong.

This, in turn, helps to quell your chronic inflammation and allows you to live a long and happy life and do all the things that you love to do.

Remember that food is medicine!

Looking for an accountability partner to guide you along on how to eat and live to promote your positive epigenetics?

Let Joseph, your functional nutrition coach at Re-Root, be that guide.

Book your free 30-minute discovery call today with Joseph at https://p.bttr.to/3kiqI71.

During this call, we’ll discuss your current health obstacles and define a winning solution for you to get you back out there again.

Here’s To Kicking Your Chronic Inflammation To The Curb Using Diet & Lifestyle





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