Host Brad Kearns talks with Dr. Ben Lynch, author of the book Dirty Genes, which has hit #1 bestseller in its amazon category in January, 2018. Dr. Lynch explains with great clarity and specificity that your genes are not your destiny. He identifies individual genes that can cause health dysfunction and provides a detailed action plan to clean up your genes and promote optimal gene expression. Included is the oft-mentioned MTHFR which influences the critical cellular process of methylation. The COMT gene influences your ability to stay calm and focused.
Dr. Lynch's programs starts with a two-week "soak and scrub" phase to promote general health, then goes into a "spot cleaning" phase where you target your particular genetic issues relating to the aforementioned as well as heart function, liver function, and mood stability. This is pretty scientific stuff, but Dr. Lynch does a great job explaining it clearly and giving you some immediate actionable steps to take to clean up your genetic function.
Does your family tree have total influence over your genes? [00:00:16]
What lifestyle behaviors would be mitigating these risks? [00:03:32]
How does his Soak and Scrub protocol work to cleanse the genes? [00:06:20]
What are some eating tips? [00:10:55]
What is Spot Cleaning? [00:13:31]
Is there a particular gene related to cardio vascular disease? [00:16:30]
How do these isolated genes work regarding disease risk? [00:17:49]
Tell us about the MTHFR gene. [00:21:31]
Can you define methylation? [00:25:02]
What is COMT? How does it work? What is the difference in personality with fast or slow COMT? [00:28:57]
Where are we going with all this amazing genetic testing? [00:35:23]
What about the Dirty Gene Summit program? [00:43:38]