Many nutrients support normal DNA and RNA (is a bridging-type molecule that helps us take the information contained in the DNA and use it as a blue-print for making proteins that are needed throughout the body) synthesis. Folic acid is likely the most important, but which form do you need? Your DNA will tell you..your DNA will also tell you what Form of CoQ10 your body needs.
One of the theories of aging suggests that distorted genetic messages generated by dysfunctional DNA and RNA allow communication breakdown and decreased cell division and duplication, and thus weakened tissue strength and life force. Other nutrients that contribute to DNA and RNA synthesis and health include the B vitamins pyridoxine, pantothenic acid, riboflavin, biotin, and choline, vitamin C, and the minerals zinc, magnesium, manganese, chromium, and selenium.
Keeping all of these at adequate levels in the diet may be the best way to support healthy genes.
The next question would be how do you know how much is adequate levels??
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