Here’s just some of the factors that influence
your gene activity on a daily basis

Food and Drink

Did you know you could slow down aging if you start eating better? Our food and drink intake has the potential to influence our health outcomes. Studies suggest that your diet does not only impact your genes, but the genes of your children, too.

Physical activity

Our genes are constantly turning on or off, depending on what biochemical signals they receive from the body. Exercise changes their shape and functioning, making certain genes active or quite – an important stop on the way to a healthy life

Sleeping habits

Deep sleep helps your body get rid of accumulated stress and toxins. For example, just one week of getting fewer than six hours of sleep per night could lead to changes in more than 700 genes, affecting metabolism and immunity.


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