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Do You Feel Healthier in the Summer? Maybe You Are

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It is an important field because it allows us to understand how our environment can cause changes to our genetic expression during our lifetime.

In simple terms, it tells us that our family history is not our only destiny. There are other factors that can determine the development of a disease, and how severe the disease becomes.

The studies show that the season — or more accurately the temperature — may impact the severity of diseases. There are other studies that are looking at how the foods we eat can change the course or our disease.

Epigenetics is an exciting field in medicine today.

For now we can say that during the warmer months we feel healthier and our genes are confirming that, too.

Live Vibrantly,
Dr. Dae

Dr. Dae's website: www.healthydaes.org

Dr. Dae's Bio:

Dr. Daemon Jones is your diabetes reversal, hormones, metabolism and weight loss expert. Dr. Dae is a naturopathic doctor who treats patients all over the country using Skype and phone appointments. Visit her or schedule a free consultation at her website www.HealthyDaes.org


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Reviewed June 26, 2015
by Michele Blacksberg RN
Edited by Jody Smith

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