How Bad Eating Habits Can Affect You At the Cellular Level to Become Unhealthy

Last Revised on August 22, 2009

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You always knew that bad eating habits is not healthy for you. But did you know that it can change your DNA – your genes remember. Yes, it does. A new medical report says sugars weaken your cells’ ability to battle disease. Our human genes, it turns out, can remember the sugar we eat for weeks.

According to the lead research Sam Ol Esta, poor eating habits has potential of amplifying the effect, with genetic damage lasting months or years, possibly passing through bloodlines to one’s children. If that’s the case, then it backs up the theory the parents have to eat healthy to give birth to a healthy child.

Overeating can actually be harmful because it impedes the signal our stomach send our brain to stop eating eventually. This can result in sever inflammation inside our body system leading to heart disease, arthritis, cancer, etc.

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3 Responses to “How Bad Eating Habits Can Affect You At the Cellular Level to Become Unhealthy”

  1. Gissell Says:
    November 12th, 2009 at 7:26 am

    This article is short but very informative!! i love it! I have used it as a source for an Informative speech in college!

  2. science student Says:
    November 26th, 2009 at 11:04 pm

    Thank you sir for this article. I was searching online all over wondering how really does eating bad foods impact our body. And now I am able to explain it to my instructor clearly and confidently. You made my day. Have a good day! Kelly Groth

  3. J-Lee Says:
    March 26th, 2010 at 10:51 am

    Good work, needed dis for class. Go Denver Nuggets! Melo is da TRUTH!

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