October 12

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Dr. Frank Sabatino – Epigenetics

By heheals

October 12, 2020




Topic: Epigenetics – Dr. Frank Sabatino
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Dr. Frank Sabatino
Runs the Balance for Life Retreat Program in Deerfield Beach, Florida. This Retreat is a vegan lifestyle education center specializing in plant-based vegan nutrition, health rejuvenation, stress management and therapeutic fasting and detoxification.

Dr. Sabatino is a Chiropractic physician who also has a Ph.D. in cell biology and neuroendocrinology. While an assistant professor at the University of Texas School of Medicine, he did extensive landmark research on calorie restriction, stress and aging, and has published a number of major papers in the fields of cell biology, aging, endocrinology and neuroscience.

Tell us about your program Balance for life.

You have a great retreat week beginning Jan 5-9 with the National Health Association. Share with us what is going on there!

I have heard that your genes may load the gun… but your lifestyle pulls the trigger? What does this mean?

What is Epigentics?

Give us a brief overview of the history of epigentics.

What is an example of epigentics?

What factors influence epigenetics?

Can stress hormones cause Epigenetic Changes?

Can epigenetics be reversed?

What is the impact of nutrition on genes

How does the DNA get modified in a way that can turn genes on and off?

What are some of the nutritional sources of DNA methylation?

What are histones….and what is histone modifications?

What impact does stress management techniques and exercise have on aging?

What are some techniques you can do to help reduce your stress?

Can genetics changed carry over to the next generations?

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  1. I love listening to Dr. Frank Sabatino.
    He doesn't use fillers – you know, for instance. I often can't listen to other WFPB speakers, because of their – you knows – interspersed in their talk.

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