WHAT IS CHANGE IN DNA?
How mothers change the DNA of their children is called epigenetic change, marker or modification.
They are features our mothers placed on top or add to our existing DNA which causes external modifications and impression on us although without a slightest change to our DNA sequence.
They are also extra growth on top of the DNA that alters the physical structure of our DNA, often caused by our mothers
Epigenetics is therefore changes in our genetic inheritance, transferable from one generation to another.
How do mother’s change their children DNA
How mothers change their children DNA can be expressed thus in these forms
Induced material effect Whenever a mother senses danger in her environment, that may decrease the survival of her offspring, she emits and relays information to the developing offspring DNA.
This induces maternal effects i.e survival, fitness and adaptive instincts for utmost survival at birth in same environment, see. http://Revealed how mother’s environment change child’s DNA.O
Our mother’s nutrition also causes changes in our DNA. Foods that contain isoflavones is under preliminary research for its potential association with lower rates of postmenopausal cancer, and estrogenic activites.It also decreases methane,(a very important healthy gas in our environment).
Isoflavones are almost produced by the beans family and animal proteins. Soyabean are the most common source of Isoflavones in human food .
DNA METHYLATION: is the commonest cause of changes to our DNA aside our mothers. DNA Methylation is-process of adding methyl groups or a “chemical cap,” to part of the DNA molecule, which prevents certain genes from being expressed. This can change the activity of a DNA structure without changing the DNA sequence. In addition
HISTONES modification are other epigenetic change. Histones are proteins that DNA wraps around. (Without histones, DNA would be too long to fit inside cells.) If histones squeeze DNA tightly, the DNA cannot be “read” by the cell. Modifications that relax the histones can make the DNA accessible to proteins that “read” genes. Epigenetic inheritance. Histones (family protein package that acts as a spools which DNA wraps and winds) orders our gene regulation and modification.
These epigenetic changes will be passed to future generations if the changes occur in sperm or egg cells. Although most epigenetic changes that occur get erased during reprogramming, scientists still thinks some of the epigenetic changes may avoid a process called “reprogramming.” . resulting in health implications
HEALTH IMPLICATIONS OF MOTHER’s CHANGE OF CHILDREN’S DNA
Scientists have proven that epigenetics can play a role in the development of some cancers damaging human aging genomes. It causes premature deaths from related heart diseases. Secondly maternal
I would like to leave this with my readers that it may seem like common sense but it helps to get you informed with prevalent issues as often as possible. The information here is not intended to substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or construc