Gene Changer Formula For Reversing Heart Disease

The Best and Worst Genechangers

If you think you know what you should be eating or what diseases are the worst of the lot, then check out my list of Genechanger food do's and don'ts, as well as health tips. Best food you probably think is bad but isn't: butter Worst food you probably think is good but isn't: corn Best [...]

2016-10-13T18:09:40+00:00

Alcohol Induces Longlasting Epigenetic Changes in the Brain

From slurring words to stumbling to blacking out — these are telltale signs of alcohol taking its toll on the brain.   Through a sophisticated system of ongoing synapses, neural communication is essentially a series of chemical messages that indicate either a stop signal or start signal in the brain. These messengers are called neurotransmitters. When [...]

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Practical Tips from The Gene Therapy Plan

Practical Tips from The Gene Therapy Plan The Gene Therapy Plan: Taking Control of Your Genetic Destiny With Diet and Lifestyle has taken the #1 spot in Amazon's Genetic Health category—over a month before its April release! Pre-order today to be sure that you receive your copy of the first printing of this revolutionary new [...]

2016-10-13T18:09:40+00:00

9 Genechanging Ways to Fight Inflammation

As with many of the processes that are linked to disease, inflammation is (when functioning normally) a vital and necessary part of the body’s health-regulating responses. The redness and pain that follow an acute injury, such as hitting yourself on the finger with a hammer, are normal effects of the immune system. Blood rushes to [...]

2016-10-13T18:09:42+00:00

The Health Benefits of Red Wine

Clink! That's the sound that you're bound to hear throughout the rest of this holiday season—the sound of family members and friends at parties filling up their glasses with red wine and saying "Cheers!" and "Happy New Year!" Drinking red wine while celebrating is a tradition that can offer certain health benefits—when done in moderation, [...]

2016-10-13T18:09:46+00:00

Gluten & Whole Grains: Healthy For Most People

Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye and barley that helps make foods elastic and chewy. Over the past few years, you've likely heard a lot of people talk about going "gluten-free." In fact, Mintel, a market research company, estimates that there will be more than $15 billion in sales of gluten-free products in [...]

2016-10-13T18:09:46+00:00

Pomegranates Protect Against Heart Disease

Scarlet red, thick-skinned with a turreted crown on the outside, the pomegranate has an interior that is a honeycomb-like network of ruby red sacs. The sacs or arils contain the fruit’s nectar—a nutrient-rich juice—and an edible seed. Pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) is juicy and has a sweet, yet slightly tart taste. As a superfood, pomegranates [...]

2016-10-13T18:09:48+00:00

Epigenetics and Atherosclerosis

Disruptions in Blood Flow Trigger Plaque-Forming Genes Based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, data show that heart disease is the cause of 1 in every 4 deaths, which is roughly equivalent to 600,000 Americans who die from heart disease each year.1 Heart disease is an insidious condition that can cause serious disability [...]

2016-10-13T18:09:48+00:00

To Reduce Heart Attack Risk, a Low-Fat Diet Isn’t Best

You've been bombarded for years by advertisers promoting "low-fat" foods, but as more scientific research comes out, we're learning that fat isn't quite the villain that marketers have made it out to be. Eating a well balanced—ideally Mediterranean-style—diet is more effective than a low-fat diet at warding off cardiac death and non-fatal heart attacks, according [...]

2016-10-13T18:09:49+00:00