Most of us do our best when it comes to eating healthy, but most do not realize that eating healthy is only as effective as your body’s ability to absorb nutrients. When your body intakes food it breaks down and absorbs each nutrient, having balanced DNA and RNA levels helps to ensure that your body is effectively absorbing all the nutrients it needs. On average, the body only absorbs a small portion of nutrients that it intakes, meaning that a lot of the foods we eat for a healthy lifestyle can sometimes be improperly absorbed.
RNA (ribonucleic acid) and DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) are chemical compounds that are made by the human body. Each of the nucleic acids are fundamental for several important functions of our bodies, but to simplify how each works, think of DNA as the instructions or guidelines for specific tasks that our body completes, and RNA as the component that helps to carry out and complete those instructions or guidelines. DNA is self-replicating, which means it can reproduce itself, and RNA is created from DNA as needed. Each compound is vital in how your body looks, acts, grows, develops and more. Studies show that as people age, their bodies can begin to lose levels of DNA and RNA.
Check Your Gut
Among many things one can do, having a healthy immune system is one of the most effective ways to ensure that your body is absorbing it’s needed nutrients. A recent study shows that more than 80% of the human immune system cells live in the intestines. This has a major role in affecting how your body absorbs nutrients, which in turn affects your daily life and well-being.
Another study from researchers at Southern Illinois University showed that your colon is host to about 1,000,000,000 (1-billion) bacteria per gram of stool. These bacteria help to digest your food and absorb a large majority of your nutrients. Food quality in addition with a product like our DNA/RNA will aid your body to absorb nutrients more efficiently, this is because DNA and RNA communications are fundamental in the operation of your body, nutrient absorption, and digestion.