Personally, it’s all fine with me. Epigenetic damages or not, gene methylation or not, BHB, Keto and fasting helping or not.
I get that our DNA is rolled up in every cells as a compressed file on a computer, with only a few segments unrolled so that the cell can use them and that’s what epigenetic is about. Otherwise it would be unpractical and would probably mean death.
I’m less active on the blog because I don’t have much symptoms left after 13 months of carnivore / ketogenic diet (or at least that’s what I attribute it to with an almost certainty) and I feel better than I did in the last 20 years.
I’m a company owner, there’s a HUGE financial crash coming within 2 years, one that will dwarf the 1929 depression and I will most likely lose my factory. Having 3 kids and a wife and living in a foreign country with no security net, I’m now spending all my time studying economics and finances and trading on forex and stock markets.
I believe the Universe is alive and that it interacts with us, especially when it’s important and we pay attention. I asked the Universe for a remedy to my crippling pfs and coincidences after coincidences, I ended up with a strict carnivore / keto diet and weight lifting. 13 months later, I’m better than pre-fin.
So this is the kind of guy you’re dealing with when you address me. If you don’t believe in that kind of shit, by all means, just dismiss me and ignore the few posts I’m writing. There’s actually science behind my “Universe is alive” claims but here is not the place to debate this and frankly, from my point of view, it changes nothing what you believe in (except for feeling sad for those who believe (and it is a belief) the universe is dead and things happen randomly. I can’t imagine the feeling of loneliness and isolation that belief would bring but it’s not my place to judge).
I’m not pushing any ideas on anyone, just sharing honestly what I believe in, mostly with regards to fighting pfs. It’s up to each of you to integrate or dismiss what you see fit or unfit. But I do wish you all the best and I hope sometime soon, we’ll find a way to counteract the damage done by those drugs.