While you may think of your brainas a product of your genes and mostly unchanging, growing until you reach a certain age and then unaffected by your lifestyle and environment, the reality is that your brain is always in a state of change. In addition to all of the functions your brain orchestrates, it has the ability to “clean house” to eliminate connections between brain cells no longer in use.
* partly quoted from the book, “Boost Your Brain Power in 60 Seconds: The 4-Week Plan for a Sharper Mind, Better Memory, and Healthier Brain”
My question is the usage of unchanging, growing . I have analyzed the sentence as follows;
"While you may think of your brain as [a product of your genes=A] <and> [mostly unchanging, growing until ~ =B], ... "
- ‘and’ leads to parallel structure; think of your brain as [A] and [B],
- ‘unchanging’ and ‘growing’ are in apposition.
Will appreciate, if you kindly advise better solution.