By S.D. Wells

Genetics is the study of genes and genetic variation in living organisms. Every cell in the body contains 23 pairs of chromosomes that each contain the genes you inherit from your parents. From each and every pair, one chromosome is inherited from your mother and the other from your father. What you inherit is genetic, but not everything that has to do with your genetic makeup right now is a result of what you inherited. If you develop cancer because you eat processed sugar every day, you did NOT inherit those mutated genes. Here’s another example: If you ingest aluminum and lead daily, from tap water, and say, from antacids, and you get Alzheimer’s disease by age 60, you did NOT inherit those “genes” either, though your MD may say you did, for reasons we go into later.

Genetics is the study of DNA and variation. It’s an all-encompassing term, whereas hereditary refers to only the PASSING of inherited TRAITS from parents to offspring. There’s a big difference. A good example of genetic-but-not-inherited is a child who has a collection of unusual symptoms that don’t fit any clinical diagnosis. This kind of disease or cell disorder most likely originated and developed AFTER birth and over time, rather than having been inherited from “carrier” parents. Recognise this allopathic lie and you’re halfway to paradise (ideal health).

When genetic IS NOT inherited

Personalised genomic medicine and exome sequencing are solving some of these “genetic-but-not-hereditary” puzzles. Exome sequencing (the protein-coding region of the human genome) may be the most widely used targeted sequencing method used today. Even though exome only represents 2 percent of the genetic code, it contains most of the known disease-related variants, about 85 percent, making it a very cost-effective alternative to whole-genome sequencing. This proven science efficiently identifies “coding variants” across a wide range of population genetics and cancer studies. Can most of our health problems be boiled back to good or bad gut bacteria? Recent research would suggest so.

Altering the protein amino acid sequence (and DNA) catapults gene mutations and cancer

Either parent or both can carry a gene mutation, but when neither does, we have to look to biotechnology and the new gene altering of food with genetically modified organisms and chemical pesticides for answers. Exome sequencing is revealing conditions that are indeed genetic, but NOT inherited (called mechanisms of genomic instability).

Remember, GMO, the genetic modification of organisms, means foreign genes are inserted into a plant or seed’s DNA sequence in a laboratory, including the genes from insects, bacteria, viruses and poisonous plants, in order to kill or stave off crop-destroying insects and weeds.

This has been going on since 1985 in the USA without regulation, warnings, safety testing or labels. Therefore, genetic (DNA) mutation can be created, or originated, during one lifetime, instead of what was once thought to be only inherited.

Cells can be fed carcinogens that cause them to mutate and multiply uncontrollably.

This is not inherited. Consider dangerous pesticides like Roundup and heavy metal toxins, like mercury, lead and tungsten. Research reveals that a human being can have a dominant mutation that is not inherited. This could include symptoms of low muscle mass, growth retardation, or infertility. These may not even be the product of disease, where encoded growth factors may have been disturbed in early childhood from the consumption/injection of pesticides and known neurotoxins, often found in GMOs, vaccines and flu shots.

Avoid GMO, processed foods and toxic, untested vaccines

Medical doctors in the USA claim that almost every illness, disease and disorder is genetic, but that’s tricky, because they don’t explain that hardly any cases of preventable diseases are hereditary, including cancer, type 2 diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, heart disease, autism – you name it. It’s a lingo trick to get patients believing that the right food won’t cure their problems, and that they “inherited” these problems from their parents. So it’s “genetically” woven into the fabric of their DNA that they are weak and prone to disease, disorder, and malfunction, in need of surgery, prescription drugs and probably chemotherapy, just to stave off the inevitable. None of that is true

Preventable disease is called that for a reason. It’s preventable. Look into raw, organic, whole food, and buy local. Read the vaccine insert before ever considering one again. Also, learn more about a legend of gene-targeting cancer research and natural healing, Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski, and his team of physicians, curing even brain cancer right now in the USA.