Authors: Gray Graham, Deborah Kesten, Larry Scherwitz
Year of Release: 2011
It’s been called a “new paradigm” and “the medicine of the future.” At the same time, it is so profoundly changing our understanding of health and healing, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has poured $190 million into it. What’s the brouhaha about? The emerging new science of epigenetics, which reveals the foods you eat switch genes on or off that can lead either to wellness or illness.
This “medicine of the future” does even more, for it provides a crystal ball not only into your potential health, but also that of your children, even unborn generations. Be assured: the age of nutritional epigenetics has arrived.
With the current poor state of health in the United States, the country which spends the most on medical treatments, we know that we’re obviously missing something important when it comes to being and staying well.
This research shows why proper nutrition (not that dictated by corporate interests via government) is vitally important for not only our own survival, but that of our future children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. It’s amazing and frightening to think that our poor nutritional choices now may damage our grandchildren, but science is showing that to be true.
Pottenger’s Prophecy: How Food Resets Genes for Wellness or Illness reveals the foods that launch your genes on a path toward illness, as well as the diet that can activate “health” genes-often instantly-that promote a longer, healthier life.
Regardless of your current health status, Pottenger’s Prophecy is the source for anyone who wants to eat to reset genes-NOW-for health, healing, and longevity. Read it and discover the food and nutrition secrets you and your offspring need to live up to your epigenetic health potential.
Epigenetics has been a source of fascination for me for years. Dr Bruce Lipton’s workshop got me entranced and now this lovely, well written, very comprehensible book takes it further, into nutrition. Interpreting the world while standing under a Niagra of information, much of which is marketing, becomes impossible. This is a clear beacon of understanding and interpreting information, and empowering ourselves to reshape ourselves.