A. NO, the report is not intended for the treatment or cure of any condition or illness. Cell Wellbeing has not been evaluated by the FDA.
A. Epigenetics is the study of the everyday influences in diet, environment and lifestyle affect how genes express.
In some cases, up to 98% of gene expression (the way the body is physically, mentally and emotionally) is controlled by the environment.
A. 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.
A. 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.
A. 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.
A. 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.
A. 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.
A. Those segments with outlines are designated as ‘consider’ items, which still have moderate relevance but are not priority issues.
A. 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.
A. 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.
A. 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.
A. 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.
A. 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.
A. 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.
A. 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.
A. 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.