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Now, through Epigenetic Biohacking, you can take back control of your health! Science has now shown that every dis-ease known has a specific gene that isn't functioning at optimal range. It's not necessarily the blueprint passed down to you from your parents, rather, in 90% of cases, it's caused by some epigenetic factor such as pathogens, heavy metals, or toxins, for example. The good news is that, because of epigenetics, which is how your environment and lifestyle influence the expression of your genes, you can now reverse the negative expression of your genes through diet, lifestyle, and targeted supplementation thereby decreasing symptoms, and kick-starting the self-healing process.


The Parkinson’s Disease Biohack is a downloadable PDF file that's essentially a done-for-you remedy roadmap. We've done the research on the main genes and pathways involved with Parkinson’s Disease and show you exactly which natural compounds have the ability to modulate these genes and pathways back in your favor, thereby assisting the body in the reversal of symptoms and the dis-ease process itself.


Parkinson's disease is a brain disorder that causes unintended or uncontrollable movements, such as shaking, stiffness, and difficulty with balance and coordination. Symptoms usually begin gradually and worsen over time. As the disease progresses, people may have difficulty walking and talking.


Parkinson's disease is a progressive disorder that affects the nervous system and the parts of the body controlled by the nerves. Symptoms start slowly. The first symptom may be a barely noticeable tremor in just one hand. Tremors are common, but the disorder may also cause stiffness or slowing of movement.


In the early stages of Parkinson's disease, your face may show little or no expression. Your arms may not swing when you walk. Your speech may become soft or slurred. Parkinson's disease symptoms worsen as your condition progresses over time.


In Parkinson's disease, certain nerve cells (neurons) in the brain gradually break down or die. Many of the symptoms are due to a loss of neurons that produce a chemical messenger in your brain called dopamine. When dopamine levels decrease, it causes atypical brain activity, leading to impaired movement and other symptoms of Parkinson's disease.


Exposure to certain toxins or environmental factors may increase the risk of later Parkinson's disease, such as heavy metals.


Exposure to toxins. Ongoing exposure to herbicides and pesticides may increase your risk of Parkinson's disease.


Those who used insecticides in the garden showed a 50% increased risk of the disorder compared with those who had never been exposed to home pesticides of any type. In-home use of insect-killing chemicals was associated with a 70% increased risk of Parkinson disease, compared with no use of pesticide.


Researchers have also noted that many changes occur in the brains of people with Parkinson's disease. These changes include:


  • The presence of Lewy bodies. Clumps of specific substances within brain cells are microscopic markers of Parkinson's disease. These are called Lewy bodies, and researchers believe these Lewy bodies hold an important clue to the cause of Parkinson's disease.


  • Alpha-synuclein is found within Lewy bodies. Although many substances are found within Lewy bodies, scientists believe an important one is the natural and widespread protein called alpha-synuclein (a-synuclein). It's found in all Lewy bodies in a clumped form that cells can't break down. This is currently an important focus among Parkinson's disease researchers.




This Biohack includes natural remedies for the main genes and pathways associated with Parkinson’s Disease, including the recommended summary protocol.



  • MAPT Gene - Microtubule Associated Protein Tau
  • STUB1 Gene - STIP1 Homology And U-Box Containing Protein 1
  • Ubiquitin Proteasome System (UPS)
  • Heat Shock Protein Family 70 (Hsp70)
  • Heat Shock Protein Family 90 (Hsp90)
  • The Unfolded Protein Response/Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress
  • CFTR Gene - CF Transmembrane Conductance Regulator
  • SNCA Gene - Synuclein Alpha
  • DAT1 (SLC6A3 Gene - Solute Carrier Family 6 Member 3)
  • CSNK2A1 Gene - Casein Kinase 2 Alpha 1
  • Parkinson's Disease SuperPath
  • APAF1 Gene - Apoptotic Peptidase Activating Factor 1
  • Apoptosis and Autophagy
  • BCL2 Gene - BCL2 Apoptosis Regulator
  • Protein Yama “God of Death Gene” (CASP3 Gene - Caspase 3)
  • DIABLO Gene - Diablo IAP-Binding Mitochondrial Protein
  • XIAP Gene - X-Linked Inhibitor Of Apoptosis
  • Degradation Pathway of Sphingolipids, including diseases SuperPath
  • ARSA Gene - Arylsulfatase A
  • SGPP1 Gene - Sphingosine-1-Phosphate Phosphatase 1
  • CERK Gene - Ceramide Kinase
  • GALC Gene – Galactosylceramidase
  • SMPD1 Gene - Sphingomyelin Phosphodiesterase 1
  • GBA1 Gene - Glucosylceramidase Beta 1
  • ASAH1 Gene - N-Acylsphingosine Amidohydrolase 1
  • Transmission across Chemical Synapses SuperPath
  • DLG3 Gene - Discs Large MAGUK Scaffold Protein 3
  • N-Methyl-d-aspartate (NMDA) Glutamate Receptor
  • Apoptotic cleavage of cellular proteins SuperPath
  • BMX Gene - BMX Non-Receptor Tyrosine Kinase
  • LRRK2 Gene - Leucine Rich Repeat Kinase 2
  • PRKN Gene - Parkin RBR E3 Ubiquitin Protein Ligase (PARKIN)
  • PINK1 Gene - PTEN Induced Kinase 1
  • VDAC1 Gene - Voltage Dependent Anion Channel 1

Parkinson's Disease Biohack

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