The Epigenetics of Diet
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This is not a typical "diet" book.
Discover the truth about what commonly recommended and popular foods really do to the human body.
Like no other, this book teaches you how to eat foods that fuel the body (Phase 1) to correct the 3 common imbalances that lead to excess body fat enabling you to obtain and maintain optimal health, weight and body shape for life (Phase 3). Learn how to test all other foods to find those that you can eat without adverse reactions, including weight gain, mood swings, depression, headache, lethargy, irritable bowel syndrome and the list goes on and on and on... (Phase 2).
Obesity, diabetes, cancer and many other diseases, conditions and symptoms are preventable by eating truly nutritious foods.
It is THE book of preventative medicine.
This book explains how our food and environment affect our emotions, bodies and behaviour and trigger genetic switches (which determine the diseases we get and affect our children). Learn how to use food to turn on desirable genetic switches (such as tumour suppression) and turn others off (such as diabetes or cancer). Do it for yourself - and do it for your family.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
Part One - Awareness
Chapter 2. Nutrition Essentials
Chapter 3. Obesity: The problem, its causes and consequences
Chapter 4. My Health History
Chapter 5. Epigenetics
Chapter 6. The Western Diet: Its nature and consequences
Part Two - Action
Chapter 7. Self Assessment
Chapter 8. The Epigenetics of Diet Lifestyle
Chapter 9. Menu Planner and Recipes
Chapter 10. Be Active
Part Three - Maintenance
Chapter 11. Monitor Progress
Chapter 12. Why Diets Fail
Chapter 13. Frequently Asked Questions
Chapter 14. Conclusion
Don't be daunted by the title. If you don't know what Epigenetcis is, please download Epigenetcis Explained for free. It is Chapter 5 from this book, The Epigenetics of Diet.
(This book is the first in "The Epigenetics of..." series.)