Epigenetics describes the way you respond to different inputs from the environment at the genetic level.
You body uses information you get from food, nutrients, herbs, light, toxins, stress, emotions and more to program our genes to adapt to the environment we're in.
Scientists used to think that the expression of our genes was fixed, but that all changed with research that began in the 1980's and has absolutely exploded in recent years.
Nearly everything in our bodies has an epigenetic component. It links different systems together. This makes it powerful for creating change when understood correctly.
This means that when you match your genes with the right environmental inputs... the right nutrition, exercise, and daily habits, you can improve how your body functions, prevent disease (even if something "runs in the family"), and have the clarity and energy to do things you never thought were possible.