Posted by Warren Van Zyl on Tuesday, May 10, 2011,
Research shows us today that our inherited genes play a much smaller role in our lives than once thought. More important now is the environment we are exposed to & our behaviours that we learn.
The new science of genomics, brain plasticity & neurogenesis shows us that new genes are made in our brain & body through protein synthesis. The common denominators that stimulate new gene growth in the mind & body are: novelty; enrichment; wonder; fascination; change; different; meaningful; surprising ...