In my last blog I said that in my next blog I would focus on the Indus Valley civilization. However, I have delayed that blog in order to provide my reactions to an article that concludes there is no real evidence that Africans and/or Egyptians ever made it to the Americas prior to Columbus’ voyage
In this, the fourth blog, in this epigenetic series I talk about ways to reverse negative epigenetic changes. Reversing Negative Epigenetic Changes with Nutrition During this epigenetics series I have written about how environmental changes influence our genes. For example, I have discussed how men in a northern Sweden province, conceived and born in the
This is the second in a four-blog series on epigenetics. In this blog, I discuss how epigenetics works. In the third blog, I will talk about a form of epigenetics referred to as behavioral epigenetics. In the fourth, and last blog in this epigenetic series, I will talk about ways to reverse negative epigenetic changes.
In my last blog, I stated that “In my next blog, I will discuss epigenetics.” This is the first in a four-blog series on epigenetics. In this blog, I describe what epigenetics is and why it is important. In the second blog, I will discuss how epigenetics works. In the third blog, I will talk
In my last blog, I stated that “In my next, and final blog in this neuroplasticity series, I will discuss how we can strengthen our brains.” In this blog, I discuss how we can strengthen our brains. Neuroplasticity gives us the power to strengthen our brains, defined as improving our capacity for analysis, creativity and