Hair DNA Analysis
Epigenetics is the science that shows that we do not need to be victims of our genetic inheritance. The Human Genome project, was expected to confirm the existence of over 100,000 individual genes.
However, it was discovered that only 23,000 genes make up the human genome, barely more than the common fruit fly and far less than those found in a grain of rice.
This raised the question of what else could be controlling gene expression?
The answer is Epigenetics, which is the interaction between environmental signals and the process of adaptation that living systems use to thrive.
Today, we know that gene expression that is not mediated by coding DNA, representing only 2% of the genomic expression. It is rather influenced by informational signals received from the environment by non-coding DNA, which represent the remaining 98% of what is referred to as junk DNA.
Harmful information emanating from the environment such as Electro Magnetic stressors and toxic air pollutants, cause disharmony, so the human body responds accordingly changing the phenotype without altering the genotype. This change is reflected in our physiology.
These signals include information from the air we breathe, the food we eat, the water we drink, the sleep we did not get, the impact of the electromagnetic environment and even the arguments we are having and the 50,000+ thoughts we have per day.
Traditionally, hair shaft analysis has been utilized in forensics and environmental toxicology, as a tool to detect heavy metal toxicity and to trace certain contaminants that build over time.
The S-Drive technology however, relies on hair & bulb resonance information, combined with remote computer calculations, in order to reveal challenges that the underlying systems of the body have been experiencing over time. The technology provides a personalized, real-time overview of the underlying metabolic conditions, which determine wellness and wellbeing. This is achieved by digitizing the information found in four strands of hair and hair bulbs. The hair and bulb follicles have proven to be effective biomarkers, as they accumulate information from Homeostasis and epigenetic over time. This reflects a variety of underlying metabolic processes, often before the expression of a symptom.