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Finding Your Purpose

Most living things belong to a particular soul group and are born knowing their purpose in life. An animal will spend its day foraging for food, taking care of itself and its young, and creating a home. No one tells an animal to do this, yet it instinctively knows how. Most humans, on the other hand, are not born consciously knowing what their purpose is – it must be found through exploration. Purpose gives our life meaning. When you discover your purpose, you can live your life with intention and make choices that serve your objective for why you are here on the planet. Finding your purpose is not always easy. You must embrace life wholeheartedly, explore many different pathways, and allow yourself to grow. Your purpose is as unique as you are and will evolve as you move through life. You don’t need anyone’s permission to fulfill your purpose, and no one can tell you what that purpose is. Finding and fulfilling your purpose can be a lifelong endeavor. To figure out what your purpose is, ask yourself what drives you – not what forces you out of bed in the morning, but what makes you glad to be…

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What Your DNA Tells You About Your Vitamin Needs

Genes, which are composed of strands of DNA, contain all the information that makes us us. Gene variations arise from random mutations and mixtures of our parents’ genes and help us distinguish ourselves from everybody else. These variations can be normal, benign or harmful. Since genes control the way we digest, absorb, and utilize nutrients, variations can change the way our bodies process vitamins and minerals. Gene variations can turn helpful vitamins into harmful ones, and vice-versa. There’s just one very big problem: how this is handled out in the real world. So why do so many of us take articles on vitamins and minerals* at face value? About which are good for us, which are bad, and what doses everyone should take. It might be the notion that nutrients aren’t “medicine”. They’re just something you take that may or may not benefit you, something supplemental. So this information must be harmless, right? Genetic Variations Not quite. The fact is, people have an average of 2,000 genetic variations that impact health. Some of these variations are harmful, some are not, and some may make nutrients that benefit others completely useless to you. The fact is, everyone has unique nutrient requirements…

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