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Nutrition Choices Shape a Child's Health

It has been established that the nutritional choices a women makes plays a major impact on the fetus’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, facial deformities, brain and spinal cord defects in children.

Findings also indicate that poor nutrition in early life causes epigenetic influences in the mitochondrial DNA and may contribute to the development of insulin resistance in later life. The mother’s conscious nutritional choices are a critical factor in the womb environment for the development of a healthy baby.

Uniqueness is an Expression

of Our Soul

Scientific evidence shows that our genes and DNA are 99% identical in every person on this planet. However, the research also points to the fact that there is something more than our DNA responsible for the “ultimate” uniqueness in each human being. We were born into this world influenced by our genetics, cellular memory and the Womb from which we were given birth.

This means that the differences in children at birth are far from dependent on specific genes inherited from the parent. By tracing back our development we can clearly see that our uniqueness of our Being lies in the manifestation of our Spiritual Quest and our Soul’s Journey.

“All healing is the act of Devotion taking place through the Awareness of the Spirit within”

I welcome your questions

and comments.

Mana@Epigenetic-Therapy.com

Steven “Mana” Trink

Epigenetic Therapist

(888) 274-3688

Epigenetic-Therapy.com

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