The anatomical elements or microzymas that make up Human genes remember an acid hit of sugar for two weeks, with prolonged acidic eating habits capable of permanently altering DNA, Australian research has found.
"A team studying the impact of diet on human heart tissue and mice found that cells showed the effects of a one-off acid hit of sugar for two weeks, by switching off genetic controls or the anatomical elements designed to protect the body against dietary and/or metabolic acids that lead to the symptoms of diabetes, heart disease and cancer," states Dr. Robert O. Young, Director of the pH Miracle Living Center.
"We now know that chocolate bar you had this morning can have very acute effects, and those effects can continue for up to two weeks," said lead researcher Sam El-Osta, from the Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute.
"These changes continue beyond the meal itself and have the ability to alter natural metabolic responses to diet," he told Australian Associated Press Friday.
Regular acidic eating would amplify the effect, said El-Osta, with genetic damage lasting months or years, and potentially passing through bloodlines.
"To protect the healthy state of the anatomical elements that make up Human genes can be achieved with an alkaline lifestyle and diet. This alkaline protection of the genetic matter can improve the quality and the quantity of life and prevent All sickness and dis-ease," states Dr. Robert O. Young.
Journal of Experimental Medicine