High Intensity Health Radio with Mike Mutzel, MS

Stanford University scientist Lucia Aronica, PhD, goes into details about how different diets—especially low-carb—affect our DNA structure (aka epigenome).

You might recall that your epigenome is the modifiable “scaffolding” that regulates your genes. (A tweak in the epigenome can either activate or silence your genes.)

Read the show notes: http://highintensityhealth.com/169

Watch the interview: https://youtu.be/v-6ONF_PZpc?list=PL0ovt_TbvVmYvrI48Tzs1vhe4o2eUn8qU

We discuss:

-Genes, obesity and environment

-Key ways our epigenome is modified

-How to eat “epigenetically favorable” foods

-Why Dads are not off the hook for prenatal care: the paternal influence of gene structure

-How the ketogenic diet changes gene structure

 

P.S. Happy holidays! Hope you enjoy this gift of information about diet and gene function from Stanford’s Lucia Aronica, PhD.

Read the show notes: http://highintensityhealth.com/169

Watch the interview: https://youtu.be/v-6ONF_PZpc?list=PL0ovt_TbvVmYvrI48Tzs1vhe4o2eUn8qU

 

 

Direct download: HIH_169Lucia_Aronica_PhD.mp3
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