According to recently released data from the Cell Metabolism
journal, when healthy and inactive men or women exercise for just
a short period of time they will see an immediate change in their DNA
and fat burning ability.
“The DNA changes in question are known as epigenetic modifications and involve the gain or loss of chemical marks on DNA over and above the familiar sequence of As, Gs, Ts, and Cs.
The new study shows that the DNA within skeletal muscle taken from people after a burst of exercise bears fewer chemical marks (specifically methyl groups) than it did before exercise.
Those changes take place in stretches of DNA that are involved in turning “on” genes important for muscles’ adaptation to exercise…
Broadly speaking, the findings offer more evidence that our genomes are much more dynamic than they are often given credit for.”
You can learn more about this fascinating information at Mercola.com