BAD GENES – The Genetic Advantage

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This book is cutting edge in how your genetics play a role in your health. Most people have bad genes. Genes that influence their health in a negative way, which more often than not get undiagnosed by mainstream medical science. How well your bad genes function and or express themselves, can mean the difference between having a healthy life or suffering from most of the common diseases people experience today.

When you have a genetic mutation or bad gene/s, you may have a reduced ability to produce the right balance of biochemistry that is essential to good health.

Understanding your bad genes, how they work and how they can affect your health, is now more vital than ever, as we see a large percentage of the population now suffering from mutations in these genes. This has resulted in literally millions of health problems, largely overlooked by medical professionals.

Today more than ever, it is extremely important to look deeper into these genes for yourself and understand just how deeply they may be affecting your health, well-being and how you can take actions that most health professionals, don’t even know are possible, to restore your health at a genetic level.

In this book, we will explore the most common bad genes that are leading to some of the worst health problems people are having today.

“If your health practitioner is not familiar with these genes, they are missing 90% of the problem”.


 Chapter 1 – What are BAD genes?

Chapter 2 – Undiagnosed, misunderstood, missing the root cause

Chapter 3 – Bad genes and nutritional breaks

Chapter 4 – The usual suspects

Chapter 5 – MTHFR gene mutation

  • Methylation imbalance symptoms from Bad MTHFR genes
  • MTHFR and mental health
  • Why 5-MTHF (methyl folate) supplements can be dangerous
  • What about folic acid?
  • SLC19A1 mutations and folate absorption
  • MTHFR infertility, miscarriage and other pregnancy genes
  • Top 12 Infertility & miscarriage bad genes list

Chapter 6 – DHFR gene mutations

Chapter 7 – COMT gene mutations

Chapter 8 – MAO gene mutations

Chapter 9 – MTR & MTRR gene mutations

  • TCN mutations and B12 absorption

Chapter 10 – DDC gene mutations

Chapter 11 – GAD gene mutations

Chapter 12 – FUT2 gene mutations

  • FUT2 Secretors VS Non-sectors
  • Bad FUT2 gene mutations and autoimmune disease

Chapter 13 – APOE gene mutations

  • Alzheimer’s disease & APOE genes
  • Dementia and APOE genes

Chapter 14 – VDR gene mutations

Chapter 15 – FVL & F2 gene mutations

Chapter 16 – AGT gene mutations

Chapter 17 – NOS gene mutations

  • NOS & Heart health problems

Chapter 18 – PEMT gene mutations

  • PEMT & fatty liver & high triglycerides

Chapter 19 – DAO gene mutations

  • Food and environmental allergies / sensitivities

Chapter 20 – GST/GPX gene mutations

  • MCS (multiple chemical sensitivity)

Chapter 21 – How to check if you have bad genes

Chapter 22 – Summary & actions