2017/02/22

Mutations are often caused by poor nutrition in long term

Poor diet in long term is a reason for most mutations

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2015-07-vitamin-cardiovascular-disease-early-death.html#nRlv

Excerpt: "Eating a lot of fruit and vegetables is a natural way of increasing vitamin C blood levels, which in the long term may contribute to reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease and early death. You can get vitamin C supplements, but it is a good idea to get your vitamin C by eating a healthy diet, which will at the same time help you to develop a healthier lifestyle in the long term, for the general benefit of your health."

My comment: Vitamin C is very important for your epigenome and immune system. Lack of vitamin C disrupts your epigenome and makes your genome weaker causing genetic changes.


For years, scientists have studied only genetic changes associated with the cardiovascular disease. Modern scientists understand that actual reason for genetic alterations and the cardiovascular disease can be found in epigenetic factors.

Up to 10 portions of fruit and vegetables a day may prevent 7.8 million premature deaths, says the newest study:

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-02-portions-fruit-vegetables-day-million.html

Mutations are not random occurrences. Mutations are often results of poor nutrition. So, there is no such a thing as evolution driven by random mutations. Genes are driven by life(style). Take care of your epigenome. These clever mechanisms point to Creation and Design.