Changing Your DNA’s Operation With Exercise or Caffeine – Epigenetics in Action
Epigenetics matter – a lot. It’s chemistry in way – it’s about external factors creating reactions that cause sections of your DNA to do more – or less – than it would normally do.
Here’s a dramatically simple new example reported in Cell Metabolism and covered by ScienceDaily. Exercise (or caffeine) change the operation of some sections of your DNA. Consider the simple example below, and then imagine the findings when agencies use new science to test the epigentic impacts of various "toxins." So far, the US has only regulated 5 substances under TSCA – really, 5, out of 83,000 or so chemicals. Imagine what’s ahead.