The epigenetics

Have you heard of “epigenetics”?
Epigenetics is a mystery and multi- and transgenerational epigenetics even more so. Let’s start slowly:
Think of your genes and DNA like a library.
Your DNA is therefore a kind of library in which epigenetics then determine which books are accessible on the shelves and which remain hidden in the archive.

Your own gene pool is just as individual as your own fingerprint.

Because more and more processes in the human body are becoming known that can have epigenetic effects , fascia research is becoming all the more interesting!
The fascial fibers are the collagenous structures of our largest sensory organ in the body. Because these are so fine and filigree, they can penetrate into the cells. The proteins on which the compressed DNA strands are stacked are thus positively influenced by them. Through movement!
Tensegral movements and plyometrics are the signals that turn on and activate the “good genes”. Because standing still and sitting for a long time harden the structures, the flow of information is stopped and the possibility of regeneration or even DNA optimization no longer exists. It’s pretty easy to understand:

Only a rolling stone does not attach moss

Back to our library. For example, you like to eat ice cream. Really happy, every day a large portion of delicious ice cream with the accompanying sugar and over a longer period of time.
Access to the book “Zucker” is not only provided immediately in the library. This permanent access to the book gives the signal to the body to permanently produce more insulin. In the long run, not only does diabetes threaten, it is as good as pre-programmed by the constant consumption of sugar.
Twins have exactly the same genetic material, exactly the same DNA. So how is it that only one of these twins can get diabetes, for example, while the other can’t? By the way of life that each of them has chosen for themselves.

YOU are therefore responsible for which books you have immediate access to.

Or which shelves you have to work your way to in order to be able to read certain books.
But don’t worry, none of these books are on any index because YOU decide whether you will still practice a handstand on the wall at eighty like one of my customers here in Mallorca. Or whether they simply remain seated and let their springs in the body, the sensory organ fascia , rust and stick together.
But the wonderful thing about this research is:
Of around 20,000 genes in the body, over 4,000 of them are influenced by movement, i.e. activated, which you can then use and even pass on to your descendants.
It doesn’t take much to give the signals so that your DNA is converted and these wonderful regeneration and cleansing processes in the body are activated. I’ll be happy to show you how to do it.
15 minutes every day should be feasible, right? Just turn your life around and you will become younger with me – from day to day, from exercise to exercise – I am happy to accompany you on this path with certainty.

Preferably with a physiotherapeutically valuable device such as a Bellicon. If we give your body a signal every day – at a similar time – for example with 3 minutes on the Bellicon hops, a couple of push-ups and two stretches, and then something would change! Very quickly, you just have to do it and get used to it! Imagine HERE your own Bellicon together.
No matter what age you are, your body aligns itself with the signals you give it!
Try it out and book a large piece of health and quality of life for yourself or your employees. Under I am at your disposal at any time

Your fascia specialist

Frank-André Berkel

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