Tagged: DNA

Research finds that yoga can make changes to our DNA

A study from Harvard University found that practicing yoga can impart a positive change on metabolic function at a cellular level. This in turn can improve things like nutrient absorption, and may assist in the prevention of chronic diseases. The results showed that overall, practicing yoga promoted better cell function across the board. Continue reading

Ishtar Babilu Dingir: Interview on Sovereignty, DNA and the Rivers of Blood

This is a Red Ice Radio interview with Ishtar Babilu Dingir who is a former journalist from England, specialising in holistic health and environmental issues. She is now a shaman who concentrates on working with the spirits of the land, in order to reclaim the Sovereignty.

She’s also the author of The Sacred Sex Rites of Ishtar: Shamanic sexual healing. More recently, she has been writing about the importance of preserving race in order to access the wisdom teachings from the ancestral spirits, which is the focus of our discussion. Continue reading

Epigenetics proof: Mother’s diet selectively silences genes of offspring

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A study published April 29 in the journal Nature Communications has provided the first proof that a mother’s diet can change the expression of genes in her unborn child. The study was conducted by researchers from the Medical Research Council (MRC) International Nutrition Group at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the MRC Unit in the Gambia. Continue reading

DNA found to have “impossible” telepathic properties

While observing that DNA strands can ‘talk to each other’ remotely, their laws concerning Space and Time are getting in the way of scientists discovering why. They might find it helpful to talk to remote healers.

They have found that DNA has a bizarre ability to put itself together, even at a distance, when according to known science it shouldn’t be able to. Explanation: None, at least not yet. Continue reading

How to pass on fit and fabulous genes to your grandchildren

Scientists discovered around 20 years ago that the effects of stress could be passed to future generations through changes to the DNA. This was quite a shock to many at the time. And more recently, laboratory tests have shown that stress-mutated DNA could be playing a role in specific chronic conditions and ailments. Continue reading