The key to healthy living
Epigenetics is the science that shows that we do not need to be victims of our genetic inheritance. The Human Genome project, was expected to confirm the existence of over 100,000 individual genes. However, it was discovered that only 23,000 genes make up the human genome, barely more than the common fruit fly and far less than those found in a grain of rice.
This raised the question of what else could be controlling gene expression?
The answer is Epigenetics, which is the interaction between environmental signals and the process of adaptation that living systems use to thrive. Back in 1700’s Jean-Baptiste Lamarck proposed that life forms could acquire ‘information’ from their environment and incorporate it into their epigenome. Quantum Physics was incorporated into the field of molecular biology by Erwin Schrödinger to set the basis for what we now know as epigenetics.
Today, Cell-WellBeing knows that gene expression that is not mediated by coding DNA, representing only 2% of the genomic expression. It is rather influenced by informational signals received from the environment by non-coding DNA, which represent the remaining 98% of what is referred to as junk DNA. Harmful signals emanating from the environment cause disharmony, so the human body responds accordingly changing the phenotype without altering the genotype. This change is reflected in Cell-WellBeing physiology.
As the S-Drive is not a medical device it can be used widely by health, sports, fitness, beauty, anti-aging, nutritional professionals and organisations worldwide.
The S-Drive detects which epigenetic signals influence gene expression so that changes to diet, nutrition and lifestyle can be adopted to support optimal physiology and performance. It is a portable device with a spectrum coil in its centre. The coil produces a scalar wave that senses the changes that occur when the hair roots are placed on the coil.
It uses informational signals from the hair root bulb found in the hair follicle. These emit a signature wave. This disturbs the scalar wave and the software converts the information into a digital record.
Cell-WellBeing’s Technology uses bio-resonance to distinguish which information in the signature wave is supporting efficiency and optimal expression.
Cell-WellBeing uses the hair root bulb as an informational source, since the hair follicle is a part of the sensory system of the body. This biomarker expresses information from the environment that is present in the energy field.
The information changes over time as it is connected through resonance with the Epigenetic influence of the person. Our macro and micro environments have an effect, such as – air quality, food and nutrients absorbed, the electromagnetic environment and even the 50,000+ thoughts we have per day.
The information is then sent via a secure connection to Cell-WellBeing high-speed servers in Hamburg Germany, that use resonance algorithms to map optimization. Cell-WellBeing has an extensive database of information files including dietary, nutritional and environmental influences.
The resulting Epigenetic information is presented in a comprehensive report which is returned to the S-Drive operator within 15 minutes. The Report is relevant for a period of 90-days as the Epigenetic influences are constantly changing.
Each Optimize Report represents the opportunity for someone to make changes to their diet, nutritional and lifestyle in support of optimum physiology through epigenetics.
The data which forms each report is based on informational resonance with the database of environmental files and is not a physical measure of elements or factors affecting the body or stored on the hair. As such, it is not considered diagnostic nor medical in nature.
Each comparison indicates the relevance of an environmental influence based on a numerical value generated. This value has no scale or baseline but reflects the individual’s response to the influence which can be different for every person.
The data is visualised in the charts and tables of the reports and is categorised to make it easy to understand and use the information.
The overview chart allows you to quickly assess the key issues and identify the main areas for attention.
The items with the highest resonance (those which influence the person most strongly) are marked as Priorities (with a P). Those with lower relevance are Advisories, marked with an (A). A lower level of relevance is indicated by ‘consider’ items.
The size of a segment indicates its overall relevance to the person in relation to the other items in the same chart. This way of viewing data in relationship to other data is more holistic.
There is a list of 90-day food restrictions which are not on the allergy scale but in the sensitivity scale. These are foods which reduce the overall efficiency of the system.
For each item indicated, there will be a recommended list of foods which can be added to the diet. These foods are informational sources that will enable the body to operate in a more efficient way and will help with optimum gene expression through epigenetics.
In 90 days, our bodies are constantly changing and adapting to the epigenetic influences through our energy field and expressing in our physical bodies and physiology.
The changes occur because we are adapting to a new way of doing things. We take away some sensitive foods, add some foods which meet nutritional indicators and make other lifestyle choices based on the optimise report. Collectively these are known as epigenetic influences and the body needs 3 months to adapt to better overall efficiency and stability.
As your nutrition and environment changes your body needs to constantly adapt to these changes. Modern lifestyles make it difficult for us to gain and maintain an optimum state and a 90-day plan can help you achieve this through supporting efficiency in your system every 90-days.
Try it and feel the difference for yourself.
NO, the report is not intended for the treatment or cure of any condition or illness.
Epigenetics is the study of the everyday influences in diet, environment and lifestyle affect how genes express.
To a large degree yes, genes have the ability to express in a number of ways, sometimes thousands of ways for the same gene. By changing the environment, you can find the best gene expression to support wellness.
No, not necessarily as we are not physically measuring the amount of the nutrient to compare with deficiency tables. These could be within normal levels by conventional measure but still require more of a certain nutrient because of a lifestyle factor, like exercise or stress for example. The reports are based on relevancy.
The system is not a measurement as it does not have a scale by which data can be compared. Through the process of resonance, we determine the relevancy of an item by the ability of the system to detect resonance within the digital sample and reflect this in the size of the chart segment.
When two systems have frequencies which are comparable they come into resonance. When the opera singer hits a note which resonates with the glass, it is able to absorb the energy from that note, until so much is stored, that the glass shatters.
Only within the context of the chart that it is in. As a chart can only add up to 100% of the total picture for that category, you cannot compare a chart with 3 categories with one that has 17.
Those segments with outlines are designated as ‘consider’ items, which still have moderate relevance but are not priority issues.
No, we are not physically assessing immune response to the foods and they are not on the allergy spectrum. If there are foods to which you know or suspect your clients are allergic, then you should avoid these even if they are not on the restrictions list.
There are some foods to which we have limited genetic experience, we often have natural aversions to these.
There are others which we eat too much of because we are creatures of habit and from time to time certain foods are just not compatible with our lifestyles. These foods are best restricted for a 90-day period.
The system does not physically measure toxins in the body and so cannot be used to confirm their presence.
The resonance can be epigenetic in nature meaning that the toxins could cause some poor gene expression if exposure does occur.
The report does not confirm the presence of parasites (although we all carry them) but only the resonance indication that could be a predisposition to parasites and eating the right foods may help with this.
When you change your diet, environment and lifestyle, it takes time for the body to react physically. After 90-days your body has gone through a reasonable support cycle and can be effectively checked again.
At a pure epigenetic level the body is homeodynamic, which means constantly adapting to the environment in a non-linear way. As we age, changes jobs, eat differently, get married, have kids, read a different paper, start exercising, stop exercising and hundreds upon hundreds of different daily/weekly/monthly changes, so our bodies need supporting in different ways.
That’s impossible to say as there are so many variables and each person and set of circumstances is unique. They should notice change within the first 30 days but it can take up to 90 days and even beyond in some cases.
Not in the short term as the epigenetic information that is mapped reflects the underlying energy status of the body which never adopts the same state twice. It is homeodynamic in nature and not homeostatic. Over time patterns of epigenetic tendencies can be seen in the reports and you get to know factors need addressing in the long run.