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Simplifying greatly again, small sections of the DNA strand called ‘genes’, are usually several hundred to several thousand nucleotides long.Each gene contains the information to build different types of long, linear molecule called proteins. Heredity experiments have shown that every gene controls one or more inheritance factors, such as the color of the hair or skin.Unbeknownst to those behind the media hype, high-dose vitamins can compensate for bad genes, and some vitamins already are known for their ability to repair damaged DNA.Our genetics and the vitamins we require daily for health are closely related.When we digest “foreign” proteins, they are destroyed during digestion.The resulting amino acids are absorbed and then reassembled in cells, according to our genetic protein-blueprints.If the DNA is the genetic ‘computer program’ source code, then RNA controls the program’s execution. The 20,000 to 25,000 “protein encoding” genes found in human DNA are estimated to make the more than 50,000 different proteins we must have to be healthy.The food we eat can be divided into three broad categories based upon its chemical make-up: (or lipids) and proteins.
Mega-dose vitamins not only repair faults, which appear in DNA strands with aging, but they also may compensate for heredity errors or mutations in our DNA.The proteins in the food we eat are not the proteins our human body requires.We eat animal and vegetable protein for its building blocks, the amino acids.Vitamins may affect both the rate at which proteins (enzymes) are produced, and the chemical reactions controlled by the enzymes.