“The whole thing, like, genes and genetics is like the cookbook you have -- all the recipes are in your DNA but the way it gets expressed is determined by the circumstances you live in, like what you eat, how you sleep, how much you exercise, and even the things you think about have impact on the expression of your genes.”
Daan Gutter is an Operations Manager, Biohacker, Epigenetic Coach and a family-man (and all-around good guy). Daan works with Decoding Superhuman to assist clients unlocking new levels of physical and mental performance through epigenetics.
From an early age, Daan wanted to become a doctor because he saw a need for answers regarding health and wellbeing. Things turned out differently and Daan became a professional in the marketplace with an experience of over 20 years in the realm of Lean Management and Service Management.
Daan is passionate about optimizing health and wellbeing. Daan has been trained as a Certified Epigenetic Therapist and has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience in the last 10 years while advising many clients. Daan is driven to empower his clients so they can take control over their health.
This is a different format for the podcast. Rather than a traditional interview, Daan and I were having a conversation and I hit record. This part of the conversation is focused on Epigenetics, the study of changes caused by modification of gene expression rather than alteration of the genetic code itself.
How Daan first became interested in health What is epigenetics (in Daan’s own words)? The book that opened up Daan’s eyes to Epigenetics
What kind of results Daan has achieved as a coach implementing lifestyle modifications based on someone’s genetics
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