EPIGENETICS is a rapidly developing area of modern science in recent years. If genetics studies the processes that lead to changes in our genes, in DNA, then epigenetics studies the changes of gene’s activity when the DNA structure remains the same.
English biologist, Nobel laureate Peter Medawar gave the most capacious and accurate definition of epigenetics: “Genetics suggests, but epigenetics has”. Genes are responsible for a particular trait of the body by only 20%. The remaining 80% are lifestyle dependent. It is the lifestyle that affects whether or not a particular sign appears or not.
An epigenome is a set of molecular labels that regulate gene activity but do not alter the primary structure of DNA. They affect the implementation of traits that are encoded by certain genes, turning certain genes on or off. Depending on the environment and bad habits, “bad” genes can turn on and “good” ones turn off.
Each EPI supplement has its own set of peptide-protein epigenetic markers that alter gene expression but do not alter the specificity of the DNA matrix itself. These regulatory proteins that simultaneously control the activity of a large number of genes can be used in various combinations. Such combination epigenetic regulation can also provide differentiated development of various body cells due to the interaction of only a relatively small number of key regulatory proteins!
This process is called EPI coding. EPI coding can reprogram cells or change their phenotype and activate other mechanisms of changing gene expression without affecting the DNA sequence. This allows you to normalize the work of individual organs or systems or "turning on" the body's ability to restore the functions of a particular organ or organ system to a physiological norm.