What DNA Can Tell You About Your Health

by Sara Banta | Mar 5, 2024 | AHP News, DNA


These days, people are looking to their DNA to find out their risk of disease, and possibly what steps to take to prevent the “inevitable” onset of a disease prevalent in their genetic ancestry.

The reality is genetics are the loaded gun, and epigenetics are what pull the trigger.

I have had my DNA tested, and found out that I process caffeine normally, I have the MTHFR gene which inhibits methylation, I have a hard time digesting too much saturated fat, and I have a higher than normal risk of developing Alzheimer’s.

But what did that really tell me? I already eat a healthy diet, away from what I call the “five disruptors”, which helps prevent any chronic disease taking hold of my body. In other words, I am taking control of my epigenetics, regardless of what my DNA is.

What is DNA?

DNA is often referred to as the “molecule of life” because it is responsible for encoding the genetic information that determines an organism’s traits and characteristics.

In relation to health, DNA contains the genetic instructions that play a significant role in determining various aspects of your health. Advances in genetic research have allowed for the exploration of how specific DNA variations or mutations may contribute to various health conditions. Here are some key insights that DNA can provide about your health:

    • Inherited Conditions: DNA can reveal whether you carry genetic mutations associated with inherited conditions, such as cystic fibrosis, sickle cell anemia, or certain types of hereditary cancers. This information may be crucial for understanding the risk of passing these conditions to your children.
    • Susceptibility to Diseases: Certain genetic variations can influence your susceptibility to common diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, or certain types of cancer. Understanding these genetic factors can help in adopting preventive measures or personalized healthcare plans.
    • Pharmacogenetics: DNA can influence how your body responds to medications. Pharmacogenetic testing can provide insights into how you metabolize drugs, helping healthcare professionals tailor medication choices and dosages based on your genetic profile.
    • Nutritional Insights: Genetic variations can impact how your body processes and metabolizes nutrients. This information can be used to personalize dietary recommendations and optimize nutrition for better health outcomes.
    • Response to Exercise: Genetic factors can influence how your body responds to different types of physical activity. Understanding your genetic predispositions may help in tailoring your exercise routine for optimal fitness and health benefits.
    • Traits and Physical Characteristics: DNA can provide information about physical traits, such as eye color, hair color, and certain facial features. While these aspects are rarely directly related to health, they can be interesting to know from a genetic standpoint.
    • Risk of Neurological Conditions: Genetic testing can sometimes identify variations associated with an increased risk of neurodegenerative conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease or Parkinson’s disease.

Genetics Versus Epigenetics

Genetics and epigenetics are distinct but interconnected aspects of biological inheritance and development.


Genetics refers to the study of genes, the heredity units present in DNA, and how traits are passed from one generation to the next. It primarily examines the sequence of DNA that encodes specific traits, characteristics, and functions. Genetic information is passed down from parents to offspring through the germ cells (sperm and egg).
Genetic variations or mutations occur in the DNA sequence and can be inherited or arise spontaneously. Genetic information tends to be relatively informative over time and across generations.


Epigenetics involves the changes in gene activity that do not involve alterations to the underlying DNA sequence. It focuses on modifications to the DNA molecule itself, or to the proteins with which it interacts due to environmental factors. Examples of epigenetic modifications include DNA methylation and histone modification, which can affect gene expression. Epigenetic changes are more flexible and responsive to environmental influences, allowing for adaptation and responsiveness to external factors.

Interconnection Between Genetics and Epigenetics:

Genetics and epigenetics are interconnected, and can influence each other. For example, environmental factors can induce epigenetic changes that affect gene expression, potentially altering the phenotypic outcomes of genetic information. Epigenetic modifications can influence how genes are “read” or expressed, providing a layer of regulation on top of the genetic code.


MTHFR, short for Methyl Tetrahydrofolate Reductase, is an enzyme crucial for methylation and detoxification processes in every cell throughout the body. Its responsibilities include facilitating the detoxification of substances like estrogens, heavy metals, and various toxins. The primary function of MTHFR is to convert inactive folic acid, also known as B9, into active methyl folate. Optimal conversion is essential for effective detoxification processes.


A significant number of the population possess a compromised MTHFR gene, hindering their detoxification pathways and elevating the risk of disease.

MTHFR significantly influences key components of health, impacting how the liver conducts detoxification, the clearance of neurotransmitters from the brain, the elimination of toxic hormones, and the removal of inflammatory molecules before they accumulate in the body.

Epigenetic Risks

There are many reasons that epigenetics are playing a larger role in the risk of disease than ever before. In the last decade, there are new threats in our epigenetics that have caused the expression of genetic predispositions to disease to increase exponentially. Depending on your profile, you may be more or less affected by the following toxins, and what I call the “five disruptors”.

Toxins That Trigger DNA Based Diseases

The level of toxins in our food, water, and air are higher than ever before in history, and are placing an overwhelming burden on the body’s detox pathways. As a result, instead of remaining dormant, these toxins may trigger genetic diseases. Furthermore, these toxins lead to increased insulin resistance at the cellular level, which triggers most metabolic disease and causes accelerated aging. The toxins include:

  • Air pollution: Air pollution comes from emissions from vehicles, industrial processes, and the combustion of fossil fuels, resulting in subpar air quality that can trigger respiratory problems, cardiovascular diseases, and various health issues.
  • Water contamination: Water contamination stemming from polluted water sources exposes individuals to harmful chemicals, heavy metals, pesticides, and pathogens, leading to waterborne diseases and enduring health problems.
  • Processed Foods: Consuming diets high in processed foods, added sugars, and unhealthy fats from seed oils contribute to conditions like high uric acid, fatty liver, obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and other chronic health problems. They quickly degrade health by causing leaky gut, insulin resistance, malnutrition, inflammation in the brain and body, lowering ATP and mitochondrial health, autoimmune disease, and so much more. As a result, processed food can trigger many genetic diseases.
  • Heavy Metals: Heavy metals like lead, mercury, arsenic, and cadmium can accumulate in the body, leading to diverse health issues, including neurological damage, kidney problems, and developmental disorders. Substances like fluoride, bromide and chlorine displace the needed iodine in the body, leading to hormonal imbalances, hypothyroid, brain fog, depression, and high toxicity.
  • EMFs and Radiation: Studies suggest that long-term exposure to electromagnetic radiation from cell phones, Wi-Fi, smart meters, x-rays, and electronic devices, may have serious health implications. Radiation has been linked to elevated insulin resistance at the cellular level, causing harm to the nervous system, endocrine system, and hormonal system.Radiation has been shown to increase risk of cancer, insulin resistance, depression, anxiety, lowered metabolic rate, increased fat gain, decreased ATP production and mitochondrial health, systemic inflammation, leaky gut, and other chronic diseases. Two categories of radiation, both capable of causing DNA damage, are ionizing and non-ionizing . Ionizing radiation, the more detrimental type, produces highly destructive free radicals and inflicts extensive damage to DNA by disrupting covalent bonds.
    On the other hand, non-ionizing radiation, often referred to as electropollution, induces less DNA damage by affecting Van der Waals bonds.Within the electromagnetic spectrum, non-ionizing radiation, characterized by low energy, falls beneath the visible light spectrum. In contrast, ionizing radiation, characterized by high energy, occupies the spectrum above visible light. Non-ionizing radiation, categorized as a possible group 2B carcinogen, emanates from sources like power lines, radio waves, HAARP, television signals, radar, cell phones, smart meters, WiFi, microwaves, and infrared radiation. Ionizing radiation, classified as a known group 1 carcinogen, emanates from ultraviolet rays, nuclear medicine, nuclear weapons, nuclear power plants, and cosmic rays.
  • Spike Protein: Spike protein, associated with the COVID-19 virus, dysregulates the function of the ACE2 enzyme receptor in the liver which leads to a buildup of angiotensin 2. As a result of the spike protein’s effect on the body, many dormant genetic diseases are becoming active and leading to chronic disease. As a result of the spike proteins existence in the body, the following may occur:
    • Excess water retention
    • Disrupted sulfation detox pathways
    • Disrupted oxalate metabolism
    • Increased amyloid production
    • Disrupted fat and protein metabolism
    • Increased insulin dysregulation
    • Increased weight gain
    • Increased inflammation
    • Increased hormonal imbalances, infertility, estrogen dominance, worsened menopausal and PMS symptoms
  • Pesticides and chemicals: Exposure to pesticides and synthetic chemicals, prevalent in food, personal care products, and household items, poses risks to human health and could spark the onset of a genetic disease.
  • GMOs and Glyphosate: The GMOs and glyphosate used in the food supply have proven to not only cause leaky gut and malabsorption of nutrients, but also cause a disruption in the sulfation detox pathways and oxalate metabolism- both of which increase the toxic load and trigger genetic disease to become active.
  • Industrial Chemicals and Toxins: Exposure to industrial chemicals and toxins, such as asbestos, PCBs, and dioxins, carries severe health consequences, including cancer and chronic illnesses.
  • Smoking: Smoking and exposure to tobacco smoke increase the risk of diseases like lung cancer, heart disease, and respiratory conditions, with vaping being equally detrimental to the body.
  • Alcohol: Excessive alcohol consumption and substance abuse can result in addiction, liver damage, mental health issues, and social problems.
  • Microplastics: Microplastics, a pervasive environmental pollutant, pose potential health risks, particularly when ingested through food and water, with ongoing studies exploring their impact on health.

Five Disruptors That Trigger DNA Weakness

The food system has been hijacked with GMOs and glyphosate, the crowding of conventionally raised poultry and beef, and the inflow of inflammatory seed oils. To make matters worse, the spike protein mimics the issues discussed below to cause exaggerated negative responses to the five disruptors mentioned.

1. Sulfur

Sulfur, a compound present in various foods, medications, and health supplements, undergoes metabolism in our body’s detoxification pathways. Paradoxically, certain sulfur-rich foods considered healthy, like kale and broccoli, may be implicated in diseases such as Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis, arthritis, and mental health issues. Dietary sources of sulfur encompass cruciferous vegetables, onions, garlic, and egg yolks. Even seemingly “healthy” green juices often contain these ingredients.

Environmental factors can further impact sulfur metabolism. Gluten, commonly found in wheat, rye, and barley, is frequently sprayed with glyphosate, contributing to disruptions in sulfur metabolism. Mycotoxins in crops like corn, soy, peanuts, and legumes can also influence sulfur processing. When this pathway is disturbed, individuals may experience feelings of sickness, stress, fatigue, and are more prone to mental health and autoimmune disorders, including depression and ulcerative colitis. Indicators of compromised sulfur metabolism include:

    • Bloat, gas, malabsorption of nutrients
    • Allergies to sulfa-containing medications
    • Reactions to red or white wine
    • Reactions to garlic or eggs
    • Asthma or wheezing after consuming food, particularly dried fruit or items with preservatives
    • Strong urine odor after eating asparagus
    • Arthritis, tendonitis, or joint pain
    • Parkinson’s Disease
    • Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
    • ADHD
    • Neurotransmitter imbalances, such as dopamine, epinephrine, and serotonin
    • Skin rashes, including psoriasis

As the spike protein disrupts the function of the liver and the detox pathways, it degrades sulfur metabolism. Furthermore, sulfur containing foods and medications worsen the histamine response.

2. Oxalates

Oxalic acid is a naturally occurring molecule known for its toxic and corrosive nature. When it binds to minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, or salt, it transforms into oxalate – examples being sodium oxalate, potassium oxalate, magnesium oxalate, and calcium oxalate.

The origin of oxalates lies in plants, where oxalic acid serves purposes like mineral management, seed germination, and self-defense. Upon consuming these plants, oxalic acid combines with minerals, particularly calcium, in the human body, depositing in tissues, organs, and bones.

Foods notably high in oxalic acid include beans, grains, bran, seeds, peanuts, almonds, swiss chard, spinach, beets, potatoes, chocolate, rhubarb, figs, kiwi, blackberries, black pepper, cumin, and turmeric. It’s important to note that the human body generates oxalate as a metabolic waste product, with no known function. Oxalates can lead to mineral theft, affecting essential minerals like iron, calcium, magnesium, and zinc that the body requires. Conditions such as leaky gut, Crohn’s disease, and autoimmune issues can contribute to increased oxalate deposits in the body. Conversely, urinary problems may reduce oxalate excretion. When the intake exceeds the excretion, it can result in oxalate poisoning. Symptoms of high oxalates include:

    • Pain and connective tissue problems, gout, arthritis, swelling, and stiffness
    • Nerve irritation and dysfunction leading to neuropathic pain, poor concentration, mood issues, and sleep issues
    • Immune system reactions including autoimmune disease like celiac, IBD and rheumatoid arthritis
    • Thyroid disease including hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s
    • Digestive problems like leaky gut, constipation, gastroenteritis, and rectal pain
    • Urogenital problems including UTI’s, bladder pain, incontinence, kidney stones or pain, and prostatitis
    • Nutritional depletion from the oxalic acid combining with iron, magnesium, and calcium in addition to using up vitamin B6 which increases oxalate production in the body and this becomes a vicious cycle.

To make matters worse, the spike protein disrupts the oxalate metabolism even more, worsening the histamine response.

3. Fat

Efficient fat metabolism and absorption are crucial for optimal brain function and cognitive health. However, individuals with a genetic predisposition may experience fat malabsorption when consuming a high-fat diet, especially the toxic seed oils, leading to improper fat metabolism and potential liver congestion, causing systemic intoxication. Compounding this issue, chronic stress triggers the constant release of epinephrine, a fat-based hormone that hinders the body’s fat processing capabilities. This chronic stress response can disrupt the digestive system, compromise the immune system, and worsen fat malabsorption. This chain reaction can result in gut permeability, liver congestion, impaired hormone metabolism, and the development of acne. Recognizable signs of fat malabsorption include:

    • Changes in stool color to light, floating, and greasy
    • Strong body odor
    • Bumps on the back of the arms
    • Acne
    • Yellowish skin tone
    • Very dry skin
    • Hormonal imbalances like PCOS or PMS
    • Edema
    • Diarrhea
    • Nausea or excessive fullness after eating
    • Gallbladder pain (right side under ribs)
    • Right scapula pain
    • Gallstones
    • Gallbladder removal

For those experiencing these symptoms, it is advisable to avoid high-fat nuts, fatty fish, and extremely rich wild meats to manage fat malabsorption.

4. Amyloids

Amyloid proteins are proteins that the body struggles to break down into usable amino acids, leading to their accumulation in the brain, kidneys, and various tissues throughout the body. These deposits are implicated in the development of Alzheimer’s and other brain diseases. The presence of amyloid proteins not only disrupts organ function, but also provides protection for harmful pathogens in the gut. This protection contributes to an overgrowth of detrimental bacteria, candida, and fungi, resulting in dysbiosis or leaky gut. The subsequent suppression of the immune system increases the susceptibility to illnesses.

Consuming foods rich in amyloid proteins can fortify these pathogens, including bacteria and viruses. Pathogens such as Streptococcus, Mycobacterium, Staphylococcus, Salmonella, Candida, and Lyme may be stimulated by the formation of amyloids, fostering their proliferation within the body. The Journal of the American Chemical Society has indicated that the spike protein generates amyloids. Given that we have all been exposed to the spike protein, there is an elevated risk of foreign pathogens gaining control of our systems. It is crucial, now more than ever, to refrain from a diet rich in amyloid proteins and take proactive measures to support our immune systems.

Spike protein produces more amyloids which increase the histamine response.

5. Histamines

Histamines are biogenic amines, a category of organic compounds, with diverse functions in the body. They play pivotal roles in various physiological processes, encompassing the immune response, regulation of stomach acid, and neurotransmission within the brain. Mast cells and basophils, specific types of white blood cells, as well as cells in the stomach lining, are responsible for producing and storing histamines. They help with immune response, stomach acid regulation, neurotransmission, and allergic reactions.

Histamine intolerance is a condition where the body struggles to effectively metabolize histamine, a naturally occurring compound crucial for several bodily functions. When histamine accumulates due to inefficient processing, it can lead to various symptoms and discomfort. Common manifestations of histamine intolerance may include:

    • Headaches: Recurring headaches or migraines.
    • Digestive Issues: Abdominal pain, diarrhea, or other gastrointestinal problems.
    • Skin Reactions: Hives, itching, or rashes.
    • Nasal and Respiratory Symptoms: Congestion, sneezing, runny nose, and difficulty breathing.
    • Fatigue: Unexplained fatigue or drowsiness.
    • Flushing: Redness or flushing of the skin.
    • Irregular Heartbeat: Rapid or irregular heartbeats.

Histamine intolerance is frequently associated with a deficiency in enzymes like diamine oxidase (DAO) or histamine-N-methyltransferase (HNMT), responsible for breaking down histamine in the body. In the absence of proper histamine metabolism, symptoms can manifest.

Spike protein is causing more histamine intolerance than ever before, including an increase in insulin dysregulation (leading to swings in blood sugar independent of food intake), gut issues, CNS, lung issues, and skin issues.

Spike protein affects histamines through three separate pathways:

    • A dysregulation of the histamine receptor gene (HRH1), that leads to high histamine and exaggerated inflammatory response. This triggers insulin imbalance, and that triggers chronic cortisol release (your stress hormone). As a result, the adrenals become depleted and chronic fatigue sets in.
    • Alternatively, as the spike protein turns on the histamine receptor gene (HRH1), it intersects with the sulfation pathway, and the oxalate metabolism pathway. This disrupts the ability to metabolize and detox foods with sulfur and oxalates.
    • The final option, GABA response through ACE2 receptor inhibition can become impaired, which also leads to insulin dysregulation and adrenal depletion.

Supplements to Help Mitigate DNA Weakness

By strengthening the immune system, improving nutrient absorption, detoxing of toxins and spike protein, your health will be optimized regardless of your genetic makeup.

Acceleradine® Iodine

In addition to increasing metabolism and supplying the necessary iodine for thyroid hormones, Acceleradine® Iodine can help alleviate spike protein damage in the body, reduce histamine response, devitalize foreign pathogens that trigger genetic disease, reduce inflammation throughout the body, and help detox all cells in the body from disease-causing toxins. Furthermore, Acceleradine® may increase ATP in the mitochondria by 18-fold, which is the most important factor when suppressing genetic risk factors and increasing longevity.

Acceleradine® Iodine is the only iodine supplement that increases bioavailability to all cells in the body and is enhanced with scalar frequencies to help detox the toxins, radiation, and heavy metals that trigger DNA-based diseases.

Accelerated Thyroid®

Most people are suffering from suboptimal thyroid function due to processed foods, toxicity, and stress. As the thyroid gland controls the endocrine system, keeping it functioning properly is necessary to keep genetic diseases inactive. Accelerated Thyroid® is the only natural thyroid supplement that combines the ancient ayurvedic herb Kanchanar with modern grass-fed thyroid glandular and enhances the formula with cutting-edge scalar frequencies. The comprehensive formula may help:

  • Increase metabolism and fat-burning
  • Eliminate water retention and edema
  • Reduce fatty liver
  • Quicken wound healing
  • Strengthen connective tissues and bones
  • Improve immune system
  • Improve mood and alleviate depression
  • Improve digestion

The innovative scalar field technology, which has been bio-energetically infused into the supplement, is programmed to:

  • Increase overall thyroid health
  • Detox the toxins known to be found in the thyroid like chlorine, fluoride, mercury and other metals
  • Neutralize radiation and nuclear fallout that cause sluggish thyroid function

Accelerated Colloidal Silver™

Part of the issue with DNA-based diseases becoming active is a suppressed or weakened immune system. The Accelerated Colloidal Silver™ helps strengthen the immune system while devitalizing viruses, bacteria, fungi, and all foreign pathogens. Accelerated Colloidal Silver™ is the only silver that uses water implosion technology and scalar frequencies to specifically assist:

  • Clear emotional and physical shock from the body
  • Improves the health of the thymus
  • Improve lung function
  • Devitalize viruses
  • Devitalize bacteria

Accelerated Scalar Copper®

Due to the compromised food supply and the infiltration of the spike protein, both of which quicken copper depletion out of the body, most people are deficient in copper. Copper is the third most prevalent mineral in the body and is needed not just for proper organ function and metabolism, but also for hair, skin, bones, anemia, immune strength, blood sugar, cardiovascular health, cholesterol management, connective tissues, thyroid function, and weight management. Without sufficient copper, genetic based disease can more easily be activated. Accelerated Scalar Copper® treated with water implosion technology and scalar frequencies to specifically:

  • Clear emotional and physical shock from the body
  • Improve structural integrity
  • Balance copper and zinc
  • Devitalize fungus

Accelerated Keto®

One of the most prominent risk factors to activate a DNA based disease is insulin resistance and fatty liver disease. Accelerated Keto® flips the body into fat burning within 30 minutes which allows the appetite for processed foods and sugar to be suppressed, supporting intermittent fasting and a diet prioritizing protein. The cofactor ingredients work synergistically to reduce fatty liver, and dangerous visceral belly fat associated with most metabolic diseases, in addition to increasing detoxification of the toxins that are increasing risk for the expression of genetic disease. Furthermore, the Accelerated Keto® increases ATP and helps strengthen mitochondrial health.

Ola Loa Multivitamin Drink

Ola Loa ENERGY stands out as the most potent supplement in today’s market for regulating homocysteine levels and promoting methylation. Its comprehensive formula incorporates vitamin C, glycine, and betaine (also known as TMG), complemented by synergistic co-factors like coenzyme Q10 and acetylcysteine. The synergy is further augmented by the inclusion of arginine, lysine, selenium, chromium, folic acid, and hydroxocobalamin. These components collaborate to methylate homocysteine, converting it into methionine, a vital amino acid. Additionally, the presence of TMG (Tri-Methyl Glycine), or betaine, serves as a source of methyl groups crucial for activating methionine into SAMe (S-adenosylmethionine). SAMe can then transfer these methyl groups to support various bodily functions, including the essential process of detoxification.

Accelerated NucNoMore®

Radiation can activate genetic diseases as it increases insulin resistance, causes leaky gut, leads to depression and anxiety, and causes cancer. Accelerated NucNoMore® is the only oral radiation drop supplement that helps decrease radiation in the body from non-ionizing and ionizing radiation. This supplement is essential to help keep genetic diseases dormant in our modern world.

Accelerated Cellular Detox® Powder

It is essential to rid the body of the toxins causing genetic diseases to be activated. The Accelerated Cellular Detox® Powder is a combination of six organic ingredients to help soak up the toxins, triggering the detoxification process. It now includes chitosan, which is known to carry excess fat from dietary intake out of the body and help with weight loss. Accelerated Cellular Detox® Powder is enhanced with scalar frequencies to:

  • Clear emotional and physical shock from the body
  • Detox the body from pesticides and insecticides
  • Detox the body from heavy metals and radiation

Accelerated Liver Flush Cleanse

The liver is the most important organ for detoxification, and many are suffering from clogged livers and fatty liver disease due to the excessive amounts of toxins, radiation, heavy metals, xeno-estrogens, and more piling up within the system. On top of that, the spike protein has compromised the ACE2 receptor in the liver, leading to chronic disease throughout the body. The Accelerated Liver Flush Cleanse helps flush hundreds to thousands of stones out that are inhibiting the liver’s function. The Accelerated Liver Flush Cleanse may help:

  • Flush gallstones out of the body
  • Eliminate pain, cramps, and inflammation
  • Lower AST and ALT liver enzyme counts
  • Replace damaged liver cells with healthy ones
  • Eliminate thousands of toxins and pollutants
  • Reverse drug and alcohol damage to the liver
  • Improve digestion of fat and protein
  • Improves the function of the ACE2 receptor that has been altered by the spike protein
  • Reduce water retention
  • Improve mood
  • Flush out unhealthy cholesterol deposits
  • Open obstructions in the liver and gallbladder
  • Boost the immune system and macrophage count
  • Allow the liver and gallbladder to regenerate and heal

Lifestyle Changes to Optimize DNA

  • Exclude Sulfur Vegetables: Research indicates that sulfur-containing foods can exacerbate histamine responses. These foods encompass broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, onions, garlic, and egg yolks. It’s essential to be vigilant about hidden sulfur in certain medications and supplements.
  • Avoid Amyloid Proteins: Foods rich in amyloid proteins, such as chicken, pork, turkey, and conventionally raised beef, should be eliminated. Amyloids contribute to histamine intolerance and bolster the growth of the spike protein in the body, intensifying inflammation, gut issues, pathogenic load, and insulin dysregulation.
  • Eliminate Oxalate Foods: Foods high in oxalates, including spinach, almonds, berries, kale, and most nuts, should be removed from the diet. This step helps alleviate the burden on the system and reduce the histamine response.
  • Avoid High Histamine Foods: By excluding the aforementioned foods, the histamine burden on the body is diminished. This allows the digestive system to heal, promotes insulin regulation, and helps alleviate symptoms associated with histamine intolerance.
  • Minimize Seed Oils and Inflammatory Fats: These fats are found in not only processed foods, but even some of the organic foods that you think are “healthy”. Make sure you read the food labels. These fats cause inflammation systemically, back up the liver and the detoxification pathways, lower metabolism, increase insulin resistance, and can activate some DNA based diseases.
  • Prioritize Wild Animal Protein: In the modern world, where the soils are depleted of nutrients, and vegetables have little nutrition, wild animal protein has become the most nutrient dense food available. These animals don’t have amyloids, inflammatory fats, oxalates, or sulfur to disrupt nutrient absorption and detoxification pathways.
  • Eliminate Processed Foods: Processed foods are full of ingredients that not only provide little nutrition, clog detox pathways, increase inflammation, lower ATP and mitochondrial health, and cause gut issues, but are also known to trigger the activation of genetic diseases.
  • Exercise Daily: Our daily lives have become sedentary, and you have to be intentional about moving. Exercising daily helps stimulate autophagy, muscle growth, detoxification, increases mood, as well as many more factors that improve health and longevity. It is best to incorporate two days of high intensity training, a few days of strength training, walking, stretching, and also consider yoga.
  • Utilize the Accelerated Food Guide: This guide helps navigate a healthy diet without feeling constricted.
Sara Banta

Sara Banta is a Stanford University Graduate with a Degree in Economics and Psychology, and a certified Natural Supplement Expert & Graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Sara is the Founder of Accelerated Health Products and host of the health & wellness podcast, Accelerated Health Radio.

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