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How Genetics Affect Your Sex Life


Interpreting your genetics made easy.

As you know, your sexual vitality is directly tied to your overall health and vitality.

Dr. Patti’s kindly been teaching me about genetic testing. We all have various genetic differences. Now with analysis available from personal genomics services such as 23andMe,, Family Tree DNA, and Gene By Gene we can begin to understand our genetic profile. Then we can access SNP’s databases to see how our genes affect our health, including our sexual health.

For example, if you’re suffering from thinning hair, you might have the MTHFR gene mutation. When you have it, you cannot absorb B vitamins like other people. You have a “methylation” anomaly. Your hair relies on many of the B family of vitamins for luxurious growth. Knowing you’re an MTHFR means you can take an alternative form of B vitamins that your body can absorb.

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You can easily find out if you have one of the “seven dirty genes” according to Dr. Ben Lynch’s new book, Dirty Genes:
  • MTHFR (Researchers link MTHFR to an increased susceptibility to heart disease, colon cancer, stroke, recurrent miscarriage, Alzheimer’s disease, and depression. 40% of people have it.)
  • COMT (slow & fast)
  • MAOA (slow & fast)
  • PEMT
  • NOS3
  • DAO

And Patti tells me that, “Areas that genomics will look at – related to sex – include hormones (estrogens, testosterone, oxytocin, etc), how the hormones are being processed, energy and circulation, toxins and clearance, neurotransmitters (which inform personality and mood) and so much more. Even whether certain drugs will clear slowly or quickly. All of these ( and more) can potentially impact both one’s sexual and romantic performance … and ones partner’s performance as well. Emphasis on potentially.”

Your genes are not your destiny… You can have a dirty gene and compensate for it with epigenetics. Epigenetics are how your lifestyle impacts your genetic map. Just because you have the APOE Alzheimer gene doesn’t mean you’ll get Alzheimers, it means you’re genetically susceptible. It’s all about know your genetic profile and adapting your lifestyle to compensate.

That’s why I’m encouraging you to sign up for this Interpreting Your Genetics free Summit. Learn the cutting edge information from today’s thought leaders.

I’ll be watching. Will you?

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