And we had a lot of issues with that from history, and they figured out, “We’re actually getting a lot of birth defects and fertility issues, so we have to fix this problem. Chem. I file everything away mentally about how everything makes me feel. I had the same exact philosophy as we all did back in the day. I used to do the opposite. Dr. Ben Lynch calls them ”dirty genes.” So, what are dirty genes? Dr. Lynch, thank you so much for being a part of 40+ Fitness. The strengths you said are immediate awareness of potentially harmful chemicals before they have the chance to make you really sick, and also improved response to chemotherapy. Exercise and breathing exercises can also improve oxygen — and before long, the NOS3 gene can be sparkling clean again. I picked genes, period. There are a lot of people that Google “folic acid”, so if I can make a website, and I will be, I’m going to be garnering a lot of attention and making a lot of noise with the help of social media. If you’re not listening to your symptoms, you’re just going through life and dealing with your headaches with taking aspirin and you’re just fighting through it. Dirty Genes is the same concept. If you look at MTHFR, the individuals who had MTHFR survived malaria back in the day. Totally different. There has to be some evolutionary benefit to having these things, so what are they? I think that’s a big paradigm shift a lot of people. We eat processed foods that fill the void and stick a lot of neurotransmitters because food scientists get it right, to do wrong. I didn’t pick snips, I didn’t pick mutations, I didn’t pick variations. If you’re exercising and you have really bad post workout soreness, glutathione levels are probably low and you probably need to support those. Marjanovic, J.A., Li, Z., Stojanovic, A., Du, X. J. Biol. We’re trying to fix our health and we think that the companies are out there providing us a tool to help us do that, but that tool is actually the key that sticks. Allan (43:57): Cool. You don’t want to overwork your genes that are dirty, and you want to help them out, you want to lend a hand. So it literally is “above the genetics”, and that doesn’t really help you out that much, but what you need to know is genes are buried inside your nucleus, which is buried inside your cell, and your cell contains all this stuff inside a cell membrane. So it’s to be if you’re walking down the street and you smell someone’s dryer sheets, I also want to go to their door and say, “Yo, this is bad and stop it.”. He has supported thousands of clients and trained thousands of physicians and health professionals across the globe in using insights from epigenetics to optimize health. There is a lot of interplay and a lot of complexity to this, but you did a really good job in the book, at least in my opinion, of making this attainable, making this something we can wrap our heads around. Allan (0:50): Our guest today received his doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University. So, I clean myself up after. We don’t always make the right decision for ourselves, but there’s a cost-benefit to pretty much everything we do. Genes do work, and if you give your genes healthy food, they can do healthy work. The NOS3 gene codes for the enzyme Nitric Acid Synthase 3, which naturally facilitates the production of NO. What made me better was changing my environment and getting rid of chemicals and eating more salad. Dr. Ben Lynch: It’d be interesting to look that up because SNPs to me are like the radio antenna on top of a skyscraper. Dr. Ben Lynch: It does not add, it’s avoided. The gene encoding eNOS, NOS3, has been mapped to human chromosome 7q36 and spans approximately 23 kilobases of the genome [10]. Glad to hear that. Nitric oxide synthase 3 G894T gene polymorphism and response to skin hyperemia are reported. This week, I am talking to Dr. Ben Lynch ND, who is a pioneer in the field of epigenetics and author of the book “Dirty Genes.” He will share his strategies on fixing “dirty genes” the right way, and why many people are trying to fix their “dirty genes” the wrong way and actually making their health problems worse in the process. And like I said, I can’t stress that enough – the self-awareness to say, “I know that this is not going to do for me what I need to have done. I just call it cycling of supplements, you call it post method but very counterintuitive that when you take a supplement you start to feel better from it. As the risk ‘G’ allele of G51-898A is hypothesized to lead to reduced NOS3 activity, supplementation with BH4 may prove beneficial to those carrying the risk allele with elevated blood pressure or who are at cardiovascular risk. If you don’t, you have seizures, you have epileptic seizures, you have neurotransmitter deficiencies. Dr. Lynch (22:49): Let me drive this point home with the final blow. You’re absolutely right, individuals who have a GST or a GPX, they will have lower levels of glutathione and during that Cell Danger Response when the body is taking that oxygen and making pro-oxidants, they’re going to be feeling the wrath of that way more than someone who does not have those dirty genes. Dr. Lynch (44:12): My pleasure. When you feel better, your hands are warm again – pick up the book, start reading where you left off. It’s fighting for us. But that allows me to have more Folinic acid because MTHFR is at the very bottom of the biochemical pathway, so if somebody’s MTHFR’s working really quickly, they’re making a bunch of L-Methylfolate and the Folinic acid levels are staying lower. Ari Whitten: Very cool. If I’m trying to put in a Phillips screwdriver, those screws with a plus heads-on, that I’m training to use a flathead, it’s not going to work very well. They didn’t have that. But you can only do that because you’ve got this experience where you actually paid attention. For milk thistle extract, no? “If this, then that” health and fitness rules seem to be kind of the rage. Our genes are in many ways the same thing, that you can basically turn a gene on or off. Everything you already know. You’re thinking, “Okay, well, that’s weird, why is that? Ben Lynch:      Okay, well then if Curcumin does stimulate Nrf2, then it does, you’re right, then it does, that would speed up glutathione production and secretion. But if you owned a personal computer back in the 1980s, they had this series of dip switches in the back. I’m here today with Dr. Ben Lynch, with a conversation that I’m very, very excited to have. When you’re pregnant, I want you consuming Folate, I want you consuming your leafy green vegetables, organic or home homegrown without chemicals preferably. But it could stimulate  Nrf2 which then supports glutathione. NOS3, the gene that can create heart issues. You can go to Dr. Lynch and watch my Facebook Lives that I do once a week, I’ve got a lot of videos there. She said her husband is as a building contractor, he’s actually a plumber, and he was reading Dirty Genes, which was cool. Bonnardeaux et al. I get that people who are in this are sick and tired of hearing eat better, sleep better, and exercise and reduce your stress. It has to be transformed into something that’s usable, and that requires genes. And therefore we’re not actually improving our health, and in many cases we’re actually making it worse. So, a little bit of a learning curve to get back into PowerPoint. Dr. Ben Lynch: Yes, you’re absolutely right and so I’ll tell you that the book was they’re pushing me to call the book, The Seven Deadly Genes, that’s what they wanted to call it. You’ve got to avoid the chemicals, again, you’ve got to listen to your body. I just tested my arsenic levels years ago when I was doing landscape construction and my arsenic levels were high, really high because I was cutting treated lumber all the time, and so I was inhaling and had arsenic all over my hands. When we’re out in the sun, our skin will burn, or we’ll tan and as we are out in the sun, the sun will damage and burn our skin. So it’s not just genes equal the way we look and our disease and this and that, but there’s we have all these lifestyle elements as well. I want you to avoid something, so do not go to Seeking Health, do not go buy supplements, I want you first to learn to avoid something. Dr. Ben Lynch: Yeah and let me tell you one other thing too about this, so before I continue on your question which is great, folic acid is like five bucks a kilo for a manufacturer to purchase. From that, there’s hormones, neurotransmitters, vitamins and stuff floating around. It’s like, “Dude, really?” You’re the driver of your machinery, and we could do the car example, we could do the airplane, we could do the computer, we could do any type of machinery, it doesn’t matter. What that means is, you have low levels of folate in your brain. We do not aim to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease. It looks good. "With Dirty Genes, Dr. Ben Lynch has written what will certainly become one of the definitive guides to 22nd Century Medicine. Dirty Genes is understanding that through our lifestyle, our diet, our mindset and the environment, our genes do work and they can get dirty, and if we know what tools to use, what rags to use and so on, and what cleaners, we can clean them up. 41:40 How to clean up dirty genes. And cardiovascular disease is the number one killer for women. Yeah, exactly and another one is this is something I researched a bit, but I couldn’t really find a true connection. So that was really what frustrated me – just the whole concept of, we’re trying to do the right thing. 01:02 Supplements that support NOS3 ... Is your NOS3 gene dirty?! Dr. Ben Lynch: Is there around Betaine or trimethylglycine? In the human cardiovascular system, NOS3 is the key gene in regulating the endogenous NO level that maintains the homeostasis of vascular tone. We’re going to have the bag of chips, we’re going to be walking down going for a walk with our significant other or our kids or our friends and we’re going to breathing car exhaust. I know that I enjoyed them when I had them, but now I’ve got to make that up and clean myself up with the breathing, with the water, and finding good quality food that’s going to actually nourish me, because I didn’t really get any nourishment out of that snack.”. Dr. Ben Lynch: Yeah, it’s standard in most multivitamins, it’s standard in your drinks, it’s in your food, it’s in your cereal, it’s anything that has grains in it, most energy bars. You must breathe through your nose in order to support cleaning of NOS3. But that aside, was a website that I created years ago in the mid-2000s and well mid-early, early 2000, I should say like 2005. Then you have COMT, and COMT’s job is to help really process your estrogen levels, in men too. It was so good when I presented on it. But for most of us, we have now removed … We have the MTHFR gene but we’re no longer living in malaria-infested areas, and we have processed food and so on. We can figure that out. My next book is going to be on preconception and prenatal care. You had to almost have a computer science engineering degree to sit down and know how those dip switches work. You can buy a table perfectly brand-new and you can put it in an environment. There is L-Methylfolate, which is the type of folate your MTHFR gene makes. And then finally I do want to talk about the personal training. That was… we learned that it was bad, and now we’ve got Wi-Fi and EMF all over us, so who knows how that happened. And that’s where I wanted to start this discussion today. Endothelial NOS (eNOS), also known as nitric oxide synthase 3 (NOS3) or constitutive NOS (cNOS), is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the NOS3 gene located in the 7q35-7q36 region of chromosome 7. You get bit by a mosquito and you’re super, super itchy. Did you see the post method diagram in there? So I do hope that you’re thinking about this, that you’re considering this. Now you’re finding yourself more irritable, and you’re starting to get some anxiety and headaches, and it can’t be the multivitamin because hey, that’s what pulled you out of all of that. If you don’t have plenty of glutathione in your blood, you’re in trouble. Where can people get a hold of more of your work and actually let me first say that I highly recommend that everyone go out and get your new book Dirty Genes? This is something that I really have not seen other people do, which is you listed out some of these most important genes, and then you listed out pros and cons or strengths and weaknesses that are associated with each one of these. If it gets dirty, we’re in trouble. But it’s not that hard because you’ve been maintaining your table, and so you just come home and you clean it off. And this gene has a big, big role to play here. So you’ve got to start with healthy food and you also have to start with basically understanding that breathing is an automatic thing, the autonomic nervous system, but if you are not breathing properly, then your genes are very, very dirty. So, we combine these two because I was just doing GST or GPX alone, and I could not write the chapter effectively. Because if you understand how the genes work, that’s what you need to understand. “Epi” means “above”, and genetics is genetics. Wow, now your kitchen’s looking really good. And the final blow is, standard medicine knows that folic acid is bad. There’s a bonus that gives more sense of the smells but it’s telling you, “Hey, move away please, you have symptoms and that means …” If you put your hand on a stove and you burn your finger you’re like ouch. Our genes are responsive for that, but they’re responding to the things that we are providing them. Why is there such … Why are so many people born this?” Because we have natural selection, so Natural selection has been working for a long time, if you believe in it, and I do. It’s gone now from treating and reduce over these days. If any of those other six genes are dirty, this NOS3 gene is dirty. Dr. Ben Lynch: Yeah, you’re right, this deserves a lot of time to dive into and I’ve done whole conferences just on this topic itself. Ultimately when we eat something or see, hear, taste, or touch something – we are sending signals that get all the way down to the surface of the cell, which sends a signal down into the nucleus, which tells certain genes to turn on, certain genes to turn off, and they produce something because of that. In any sport, doesn’t matter what, hockey, basketball, water polo, it doesn’t matter, baseball, tennis, it doesn’t matter.”. We know that that’s why we get skin cancer, but we have Folinic acid to the rescue to help prevent us from … To help repair that damage skin. If you eat this supplement, then you’re going to have this result”. The show notes might not be there when you’re first listening to this, but they’ll be out there soon, I promise. I looked at my supplement shelf, looking for something to perk me up, and I was like, “No, that’s not it.” And so I reached for a glass, I filled it up with water. So it’s pretty simple, that folate comes from green, leafy vegetables – the darker the green, the more folate typically. You have to find genes that are one, well-researched; two, I had to have enough clinical experience with them; three, you have to be able to support them through basic lifestyle habits and supplementation and environmental changes; and four, they had to make a huge impact in day-to-day life. What are some of the strengths and I guess the … Well, let’s talk about some the weaknesses of the MTHFR not having have the most optimal SNP. If you’re reading the book and you just found out you have an MTHFR variant, and you’re told to run out and take a supplement – no, just eat more leafy greens, because leafy greens are helping you out. And there are approximately 19,000 to 20,000 some genes in the human body, and there are millions of genetic variations. And yeah, they can do trick plays sometimes, but that’s sometimes. But if you go later on and you stick your key in the door, you unlock it, and you try to take the key out again – you can’t, it’s stuck. When I called them born dirty, I mean that they can make you more susceptible to having symptoms. And then they see a fad or something new, they jump on, and they see an opportunity in generic reports, and everybody is running them. Dr. Ben Lynch: Yeah, it’s phenomenal and Bob, Dr. Robert Naviaux is also a phenomenal individual, he’s super humble, wicked smart. What you do need to do is stop taking a supplement, more importantly, and that is folic acid. NOS3 is also known as eNOS. And that’s the other point of it. It’s I’m recollecting this, I’m pretty sure I’m correct. Dr. Lynch (2:11): 100%. That’s what irritated you so much from reading that in the book. Dr. Ben Lynch: I would say nine times out of 10 it will be Synthetic Folic acid if it just says Folate. Protein stimulates histamine and dopamine, and those are two alert-causing compounds.” So, that’s what happens on these Facebook pages and it’s a great community. So avoidance of chemicals is number one, because if you breathe in a chemical, your genes are dirty. I think this point deserves a bit more emphasis because for a long time, for decades we have this central dogma of biology, this idea that genes are programming everything and determining everything. Nitric oxide is synthesized from L-arginine by nitric oxide synthases. Allan (12:28): That’s alright. Dr. Lynch (4:10): I’ve related our bodies to a symphony before, where we are the conductor, and the orchestra are the genes. Ari Whitten: A quick side note, I actually I got introduced by a friend of mine, Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein, I don’t know if you know her but she and Robert are close friends so she actually introduced me. Ben Lynch:      Yeah, you see the parentheses with trimethylglycine? The other point is you might not be born with a dirty GST or GPX, and you might be fine with these chemicals and these dryer sheets, like I don’t know what you guys are talking about, I love dryer sheets facts and I love the smell of gas and I love the smell of new clothes, and now from all the hype that they give off. So we were talking about that, and one of the theories I have is that people who are in business know that you have to spend money to make money. Is this the right time for you? It can make us very, very healthy or very, very sick. So $5 for two pounds to buy Folic acid to use in a bunch of supplement tests, that’s super cheap. And I said some people are going to need two weeks, some people are going to need no days because they’ve already been living it. Ari Whitten: It’s common in multivitamin supplements, is it not-. But let me just, yeah, so this for example. Because if you understand how your body works and why it’s important to breathe properly and why it’s important to eat certain foods and avoid certain foods at certain times; even healthy food you need to avoid at certain times, and I explain why – it will really make sense to you, especially when you apply it and you’re aware of the changes. Cell Danger Response is by far the best paper I’ve ever read in the scientific literature. Whether it’s vitamins we’re taking, whether it’s vitamins we’re not taking, whether it’s chemicals in the environments or pollution in the environment, they’re receiving these things and that’s telling them to do various functions. So this is just a function of something relatively simple that we can incorporate in our lives to improve our health overall. And then we have these tools in our tool chest. I’ll teach you how to run an online business.” And that’s how they make their money. I mean you buy a car and it’s brand new, and that car we can say it’s your genes. And he went up to his wife and said, “You know what? Sign in to view your results for this health report. That’s what I call the ABCs of clean genes – A is Avoidance. They handle the balls really well or handle whatever sport that they’re doing, the racket, or their serves are greater, or their volleys are greater, their shooting abilities are great. Ari Whitten: Got you. That’s it, it’s a simple concept that we can keep our cleans oiled and well machined. We tested the hypothesis that haplotypes in NOS3 would be differentially represented in individuals with and without AMS sampled in Nepal. And it’s very, very important – don’t get me wrong – but there are six others that I think also are. The manufacturer told me to delete it because I was going to irritate the FDA, and I was like, “No, I’m actually in support of what the FDA is doing.” Because when you look on a supplement bottle … Let’s see if I have one here, I don’t think I do. When NOS3 is born dirty: + Strengths: decreased blood vessel formation (angiogenesis) during cancer, which reduces the growth of cancer I’m not saying that’s completely necessarily true in health and fitness, but I can say if you want to accelerate your health and fitness journey, you do need to make an investment. That means for me from a scheduling perspective, I’m way behind, but that’s cool. And somebody goes, “Why do you keep saying that? Now, we all know Folic acid and we think that if we take a supplement with Folic acid or eat a food that’s enriched with Folic acid, we’re doing ourselves a favor, well you’re not. Every other animal’s outside and they are grazing, they are foraging, they are harvesting, they are storing. You want to read what’s inside those parentheses. Dr. Ben Lynch: Yeah, well I appreciate that and you’re right, your opening statement is … I’m very thankful that you started it this way because you’re right, it’s … Unfortunately, the vast amount of information that is out there is wrong, and it’s leading people down the path of fear, it’s leading people down the path that they have to take something in order to solve their problem which is a genetic problem. So a lot of people have a problem or a symptom they want to swallow something for that. Supplements are simply a way to Spot Clean your Fast COMT. Dr. Ben Lynch: Yeah, thank you, and I thank her a lot for that too because anytime I wrote something, because I would write the chapters and send it to her and she’d just get on the phone and is like, “I don’t get this.” She goes mad at me and she goes, “What are you talking about?” So it was great. Ari Whitten: Yeah, that’s an important point, I’m glad you brought that up. Now, that’s born dirty, so you got these from your mom and dad. If you’re on the fence about hiring a coach, please do give me a call. Also, the wary that if it says Folate on the label, you need to contact the manufacturer and say what type of Folate is it. And when you’re on, there’s a bunch of articles there. I like how you say that’s the time to get off the supplement. The title of your new book is called Dirty Genes, so what the heck are dirty genes? Ari Whitten: Just to digress on that point for a second, I’m curious what your thoughts are on pregnancy in particular where so many doctors are of this opinion that you need to supplement with folic acid. The Nitric Oxide Synthase 3 (NOS3) gene is associated with the synthesis of endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS), an enzyme which facilitates the production of Nitric Oxide (NO).NO is shown to be associated with the widening of blood vessels by relaxing the smooth muscle cells within their walls, this has been shown to increase blood flow. He is the founder of Seeking Health – a company that helps educate both the public and health professionals on how to overcome genetic dysfunction through diet, lifestyle, and supplements. Now you’re dealing with high blood sugar and you’ve got inflammation and you’ve got a yeast overgrowth, and all these other genes are triggering because of that. I’d love to see you draw out on it if you haven’t already because it’s brilliant. However, in particular with the first gene – the methylation gene – folate is a big deal, and we want to make sure that we’re getting adequate folate. I really walk through people’s specific questions and tell them why and how their body is working. Ari Whitten: They view it as like take it and you should be on it indefinitely. I work hard on that, because I’m vehemently against it. That’s pretty bad, right? Dr. Ben Lynch: Absolutely, great point and great concept. Epigenetics is simply how our genes are responding to the environment. It helps modulate vascular tone, insulin secretion, airway tone, and peristalsis, and is involved in angiogenesis and neural development. So what do you do? There are many, many women who have been switched over to these active Folates and their recurrent miscarriages have stopped, and they have carried a healthy baby to term and enjoying their being a mother with a beautiful baby and growing up to be a successful person. How do they affect us? Dr. Lynch (1:20): Great to be here, Allan. It’s like the last thing you work on, and I’ve learned that the hard way, because believe me, I tried to go straight to the SNPs because people come to me with their genetics because I was the genetic expert, and I would try to fix their [inaudible], trying to fix their CMT and sometimes it worked, but most of the times it didn’t. But that said, do take time when you get time to really enjoy time with your family and your friends. Instead, if you had a salad with a bit of protein and a bit of fat that would’ve been all nourishing, genes would have been firing, but they would have been healthy firing. Am I the right coach for you? Variations in this gene are associated with susceptibility to coronary spasm. It also is found in liver and some other foods as well, like beans, but it’s not very absorbable. Simply use our contact address and we’ll get back to you within 24 hours. Ari Whitten: I take to follow up on that what I was talking about earlier as far as how you laid out the strengths and weaknesses, I found this fascinating what you talked about with GST and GPX. You can give this gene a good “scrub” with a balance of nitrates and arginine in your diet (think turkey breast, chicken, pumpkin seeds, spirulina, chickpeas, and lentils), as well as calcium, iron, and riboflavin. I had dinner at 8:30 and it was a big protein dinner and I had a protein shake. We’re giving them either the tools that they want to use and perform, or we’re giving them hindrances and roadblocks and they’re saying, “Dang it, now I can’t get my job done.” Because that’s all genes do. It’s only $19 now, or $17 on Amazon, which is very, very affordable for what you get. That was it.” So you’ve got to really tune in to yourself and understand and really figure out why you’re actually tired. And then it also helps process your epinephrine, so your neurotransmitters. If you are trying to take … You find out that you have MTHFR for example, and on your test it’s like red, MTHFR plus, plus use the light, you’re freaking out and thinking, “Okay, that’s why I’m sick,” and so you look at what MTHFR does, you learn that it uses the vitamin riboflavin to support it, and you learn that it makes L-methylfolate. Now you’ve got a huge improvement already. Then there’s another form called Folinic acid and Folinic acid works on repairing your DNA and helping produce your blood cells, and your platelets, and your white blood cells, your red blood cells, and your energy, and your ATP, and your GTP, and it helps repair your DNA as it’s damaged. NOS3, also known as eNOS, produces nitric oxide in our blood vessels, which helps vasodilation and mediates formation of blood vessels, and promotes blood clotting by activating platelets ().NOS3 is associated with these diseases: We’re taking our supplements, because that’s what we think we’re supposed to do, and really it’s not doing us any good, and in fact actually harming us. COVID-19 is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. But you could have a great sounding orchestra or band, or you could have a horrible sounding band. In fact, I bought the domain for a lot of money to make this a public health issue. You’re going to have breathing difficulties and besides just asthma, and you’re going to get a build up of heavy metals and other compounds in your blood, which are going to predispose you to cancer. That’s how they’re cleaning their genes – they’re targeting one tiny little area that’s pretty insignificant, and it really doesn’t make any difference. 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