31 Mar Meta-functional Genetic/Epigenetic Breakthroughs for Chronic Illnesses
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You might not realize how exciting a time in healthcare it is for us at Biologix Center and indeed the world, however advancements on our clinical outcomes and testing at Biologix Center with cases which were once considered untreatable genetic problems is growing with leaps and bounds. This is some of the latest research that I personally have been working on for the last seven years. It is so advanced that not even my own doctors are trained in the new discoveries. With one more critical piece of the puzzle confirmed I will reveal my findings to our current doctors so they can start implementing treatment at Biologix Center. This ongoing meta-functional genetic/epigenetic work will influence how your body fights infections, breaks down toxins, produces hormones, neurotransmitters and many other key areas that determine health and longevity.
Very precise tests can now help us identify the precise location where the breakdown in your biochemistry is occurring, then the testing can help our doctors identify what is needed by the body to restore functionality at that location.
Worldwide, some of the primary targets of genetic research, whether the goal is to reverse aging or to treat diseases, is targeting specific enzymes. Enzymes help the biochemical reactions of your body to move from one step to the next. New treatments and in-house testing techniques I have developed, in early trials have already corrected life-long histamine intolerance, longstanding alcohol intolerance, as well as MAO (Monamine Oxidase) deficiency. These tests and treatments that were not even available as early as a few months ago, are now poised to lead our wonderful Biologix Center doctors to even greater and faster results with some of the toughest conditions. These results often were quickly observed, sometimes overnight, instead of slow and gradual improvement like much of the normal healing processes of the body. While it is still early in the process these results are exciting.
The following is a brief update on the topics of genetics and epigenetics.
Globally the pace of genetic and epigenetic research and treatments is on a similar rocket ship trajectory.
If you have done the DNA tests and found out you have mutations on many different SNPs, such as MTHFR, CBS, and several others, you might be freaking out that you will be permanently sick…but will you really? Are you truly stuck with the genetic mutations that you have inherited or have acquired in your lifetime from microbial interference, radiation, and toxins from your environment?
There is much disagreement among clinical doctors who are in practice, and bench scientists who like to represent that genetic problems such as MTHFR and CBS are unchangeable conditions. Finally there is research from the bench scientists that seems to support the idea that you may not be stuck with the illness from these mutations!
Clinical doctors, such as those at the Biologix Center for Optimum Health, are using this newly released science in new ways and often see dramatic improvements in people who according to bench science and mainstream medicine should never improve due to genetic mutations.
While happy patients do not qualify as scientific fact, there may be an explanation for these improvements found in our doctor’s utilization of the latest knowledge of how genes can be turned on and off, and even repaired, by treatments that seek to restore the body’s regulation of the 4 million gene switches that were identified by scientists in what is called the ENCODE Project.
Okay stay with me and read to the end of the article. If may seem a little technical, but push through, because the more you know, the better you can understand what is possible.
—Pamela Scherer McLeod, writing for “Clinical Laboratory and Pathology News and Trends” states, “The big news is that researchers participating in the ENCODE Project have identified up to 4 million critical “gene switches.” The switches reside on the 80% of human DNA that has long been considered “junk.” (emphasis added)
“On September 5, 2013, prestigious scientific journals published a coordinated set of multiple papers and reviews announcing the discoveries, according to a National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) press release. Almost 40 papers associated with the ENCODE research appeared in print, almost simultaneously. That unusual event is, in itself, a sign of the importance of these new scientific findings.
The published papers included one main integrative paper, plus five related papers in the journal Nature. The journal, Genome Research published 18 papers. The journal, Genome Biology published 6. Additionally, six review articles are being published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, as well as two related papers in Science and one in the scientific journal Cell.
The findings are the outcome of a mammoth federal research project called ENCODE, an acronym of the Encyclopedia of DNA Elements. NHGRI, part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), launched the project in 2003. The concerted effort involved 440 scientists from 32 laboratories around the world.
The ENCODE findings surprised researchers in two ways. First, they were surprised to find that at least 80% of the DNA is in fact active and needed. Second, they did not expect that a large proportion of this “junk” DNA is gene switches. “[Before ENCODE,] if you had said half of the genome—and probably more—has instructions for turning genes on and off, I don’t think people would have believed you,” observed John Stamatoyannopoulos, M.D., Associate Professor of Genome Sciences and Medicine at the University of Washington, in a story published in The New York Times. Stamatoyannopoulos participated in the ENCODE project.
The scientific community already considers the ENCODE discoveries a major medical and scientific breakthrough with enormous implications, the Times reported. The data showed that many complex diseases appear to be caused by minute changes in hundreds of gene switches.
“Most of the changes that affect disease don’t lie in the genes themselves,” explained Michael Snyder, Ph. D., Professor and Chair of Genetics at Stanford University, in the Times story. “[T]hey lie in the switches.” Snyder is Director of the Stanford Center for Genomics and Personalized Medicine and worked on the ENCODE project.” (emphasis added)
Once again, happy, apparently healthy patients, who had chronic problems from gene expression problems and gene mutations do not qualify as true scientific proof that gene expression has changed. The only valid proof is to repeat the set of genetic tests post-treatment and see the problems no longer present.
Of course, no doctor normally would ever repeat a genetic test since the now outdated knowledge has been so deeply ingrained with the idea that your genetic mutations are permanent. Now possibly, once you have been treated and seem to have sustained improvement, it might be worth doing a followup DNA test to see if the mutations have changed!
The doctors at the Biologix Center are presently working with genetic laboratories to determine if the treatments can be documented scientifically through treatment and repeat analysis of the classical genetic testing methods. The idea is to affect the structure and function of the body’s SNPs by targeting known mutations such as MTHFR through bioenergetically modifying the signals being transmitted biophotonically from the heart to these genetic switches. Some doctors will say, “All you have to do is treat the whole person, think nice thoughts, take this or that protocol of supplements, and do their version of energy medicine or machine.” I guarantee you, none of these holistic approaches have resulted in one change to the actual SNP mutations. Others will say, I am only treating the SNPs and missing the whole person. Hear me now…if a mutation is to be repaired at all it will require a new and fundamental shift in how the entire person is treated.
No one knows yet how long this takes to get the switches to flip, or exactly how to affect the structure and function of the body in a consistent way, since everyone comes with their own unique “software” and their own and family history of traumas and illness.
The only way to effect the whole of the body is to treat with the idea of correcting everything we can find that has gone wrong from head to toe, from the inside out, and the outside in. That is why our doctors are working fast and furious for up to an hour, Monday through Friday, for two weeks to address and facilitate the restoration of the most optimum structure and function of every possible problem we can find.
What is clear is that if we can document and reproduce ways to flip the right gene switches, the lights will turn on and health will follow, which is good news to all of those people who thought they were just stuck with their condition. There is hope!