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These 3 things can prevent dementia even if it runs in your family
Since the discovery of genetics, people have made the assumption that the genes we have equal our destiny.
In a few rare cases, this is true.
There are genetic mutations that cause things like hemophilia or neurofibromatosis that are there and something you have to learn to live with if you have them.
Even then though you can influence your quality of life by the choices you make.
But… most of the time, even if you have a specific genetic marker for a disease like cancer or dementia…
…you can greatly influence whether or not that genetic predisposition causes you problems — or not.
Take this study for example…
It shows that people with an APOE gene that predisposes them to dementia can help themselves avoid it solely through healthy habits.
This is amazing! Because it means that our genes, for the most part, don’t actually control our destiny.
We have a huge amount of influence over our genetic code through the decisions that we make.
What is the APOE gene?
The APOE gene is part of the human genetic code that creates an increased risk of getting dementia as you age.
The APOE gene comes in several different forms, and people with a form known as APOE ε4 have an increased risk of cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease.
The APOE gene doesn’t determine your destiny
In this research, published in PLOS, scientists looked at data from the Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey.
They found that people with a healthy lifestyle, or even somewhat healthy lifestyles, had lower levels of cognitive impairment even if they carried the APOE gene.
The analysis confirmed that participants with healthy lifestyles or intermediately healthy lifestyles were significantly less likely to have cognitive impairment than those with an unhealthy lifestyle, by 55 and 28 percent, respectively.
The researchers concluded that having a healthy lifestyle is important to reducing risk no matter what your genetic profile is.
This suggests that maintaining a healthier lifestyle could be important for maintaining cognitive function in adults over 80 years of age, regardless of genetic risk.
Now, I’m not saying that genes don’t have an influence on your health because they do.
What I am saying is that you shouldn’t get up if you have a genetic predisposition to a certain disease.
Because lifestyle and health habits will almost always influence the outcome of how much those diseases affect you.
This study looked at things like diet, exercise, and body weight to determine a healthy lifestyle.
Healthy lifestyle profile was classified into 3 groups by a composite measure including smoking, alcohol consumption, dietary pattern, physical activity, and body weight.
These aren’t terrible indicators, but they tend not to tell the whole story.
In my opinion, having a healthy metabolism is probably the BIGGEST indicator of health.
And I’ve found that most people don’t pay attention to their metabolism at all or believe that it’s something that can’t be changed.
But having a healthy metabolism is actually something you can cultivate with healthy lifestyle habits.
It’s not even all that difficult if you know what to do…
The bottom line here is that for the most part your genetics aren’t written in stone and you don’t have to “give in” to them.
By taking the proper steps you can give yourself a real chance to have a long and healthy lifespan — no matter what the genetic tests tell you.
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Remember being a teenager and being able to eat whatever you want?
Pizza, cakes, cookies, tacos…and you could wash it all down with a beer without a worry in the world…
Because eating and drinking this way didn’t make you fat when you were a teenager.
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