• Epigenetics In Diet And Nutrition

    The western diet comprises fast foods, french fries, and quite a substantial amount of processed food options. These foods are making the lives of the people more convenient, that is for sure. No longer is there a need for peeling and chopping up vegetables, or even having to cook dinner at all. ... View Post
  • Epigenetics and Aging

    Aging is an inevitable process that every single living organism on the planet needs to go through, including the human species. As humans, we experience a gradual rate of aging once we reach a certain age. This ultimately leads to the formation of wrinkly skin, fine lines, baggy skin, more fat a... View Post
  • Everything You Need to Know About Meat Substitutes

    Meat substitutes are becoming more popular as the new products can mimic the real one. These alternatives have originally started with vegetarians but today, more people especially the health-conscious buffs are getting hooked on them. While they are getting a good share in the market, there rema... View Post
  • End of the Lockdown: The Quick Guide to Handling Stress as You Get Back to Work

    It goes without saying that the novel Coronavirus (Covid19) has changed the world we live in and will continue to disrupt our daily lives for the foreseeable future. Although up to one-third of the world’s population is in some sort of lockdown, many office workers are preparing to gradually ret... View Post
  • Epigenetics & Exercise: A Twofold Relationship

    Different types of exercise and physical activities involve mechanical, hormonal, and metabolic influences – all of which help to improve health, reduce the risk of diseases such as diabetes and cancer, as well as boost quality of life. Yet, how exactly do genes benefit from exercise?  New findin... View Post