Trace Your Genes to Health

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Vital Health Publishing, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 314 pages
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What do cancer, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, Alzheimer's disease, lupus, celiac sprue, depression, cystic fibrosis, and dozens of other conditions have in common? First, they all express genetic predispositions that can be traced within family genealogies. Second, they usually can be positively affected by nutritional measures—measures that are based on an understanding of who is at risk, what dietary and environmental factors are likely to trigger the conditions, and what nutrients can help to fortify the immune system against the onset of disease.

Trace Your Genes to Health offers hope to millions, first through its comprehensive approach to understanding medical genetics, and then through dietary and nutritional

protocols that can either prevent common conditions from occurring, or successfully manage them once they appear.

 

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Contents

How a Family Tree Solved a Mystery
3
When the Diagnosis is in Doubt Consult
31
How Your Family Tree Can Suggest
50
Foretell the Future with Your Family Tree
72
YOUR FAMILY TREE HOW TO COMPILE
93
New Protection
123
Fight Dementia with Your Family Tree
147
A New Ally Against
159
How your family tree can help mankind
191
Cures for Incurable Illnesses
223
Help for the Homeless and Hope
240
GENERAL APPENDIXES
263
B Symptoms and signs
271
E Sociologicalepidemiological data
277
DIETARY RECOMMENDATION APPENDICES
290
K Keep smiling from the wheelchair
304

Compile Your Family Tree and Stay Sane
169
How to Present Your Family Tree
185

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About the author (2002)

Chris Reading, MD, received his medical degree from Sydney University. First specializing in organic psychiatry, the author

subsequently became interested in researching vitamin and mineral deficiencies, metabolic disorders, food allergies, and the application of genetics to neuropsychiatric disorders.

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