Food For Thought by George J. Febish
An Epigenetic Guide to Wellness

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"American health is getting worse and people believe getting old equates to getting ill. That is absolutely not true! You are empowered to be as healthy as you want. You DO NOT have good or bad genes. The problem is that genes are being turned ON or OFF which causes health or illness. What turns our genes on and off? How can we control these switches? These are the main topics of this book.

Two new fields of biology, and how they impact the quality of your life, are explored in the book. Epigenetics is the study of how our genes are switched on and off. Cancer genes can either be turned on or off. Tumor fighting genes can be turned on or off. Nutrigenomics is the study of how different foods cause epigenetic switches on our genes. It is a mapping of which foods switch on or off which genes.

The state of your health is not random nor is it luck. It is the sum of all the decisions you make in life. It includes which foods you eat and don’t eat, how you think, what you believe in as well as the physical environment you live in. Learn how you can control these life changing switches to improve your health, lifestyle and mental attitude. Each of us is responsible for our own health. Our doctors and government are not responsible. Make the right decisions and live a better life. The choice is yours!

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Published September 16, 2011 by Xlibris. 240 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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