Feed Your Genes Right: Eat to Turn Off Disease-Causing Genes and Slow Down Aging
Praise for FEED YOUR GENES RIGHT
"Feed Your Genes Right puts the complicated issue of nature versus nurture firmly to rest at last. Nutrition plays a crucial role in how our genes express themselves, and in this book Jack Challem clearly shows us nutritional guidelines for how we can make the most of our genes for better health and longevity."
"This book is a must-read for anyone who has a family history of cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer's, or other common ailments."
"A fascinating journey that uncovers and explains a whole new realm in the science of diet and healthy eating."
"Jack Challem has once again proven why he is one of the world's premier health and nutrition writers. In Feed Your Genes Right Challem skillfully explains how mismatches between our stone-age genes and the typical western diet underlie virtually all chronic diseases of the 21st century. To correct this mismatch, Challem offers cutting-edge, practical dietary advice throughout the book. Essential reading."
How would you like to slow the aging process, reduce your risk of disease, lose weight, look better, and feel great? You can do this and more with Feed Your Genes Right, the breakthrough book from renowned nutrition expert Jack Challem. Drawing on cutting-edge medical research, Challem reveals how, by repairing and protecting your DNA through proper nutrition, you can avoid such common diseases as diabetes, cancer, obesity, and heart disease even if you're genetically predisposed to them. He presents practical, easy-to-follow diet and supplement plans that will help you feed your genes right—setting the stage for a long and healthy life.
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Offering an unusual mix of hard science, commonsense nutritional advice and even a handful of recipes, this book counsels readers to take control of their bodies (and, more specifically, their genes ... Read full review