‘A fantastic combination of cutting-edge science and healthy eating. Easy to follow format, full of key information we all should learn to maintain a healthy lifestyle, coupled with easy to follow recipes, perfect for the modern family. A must read for anyone wanting to learn more about healthy eating.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars
Expert nutrigenomic practitioner Debbi Nathan and chef Helen Nathan demystify the biological functions within our bodies and explain how they depend on our genes. Inflammation, detoxification, energy production and risk for chronic diseases are reliant on our genes, environment and our lifestyle choices. We are all unique, and even though we’re expected to all function the same way biologically, we don’t. Food ‘talks’ to our genes and preventative nutrition is the way forward to understanding your underlying risks and taking action.
With over 65 simple recipes packed with flavour, you’ll find a range of breakfast and main meal dishes, snacks, treats and drinks, along with a starter kit of ingredients to keep in your larder – all designed to incorporate nutrients that help you improve your health.
In Cooking for Your Genes, you’ll discover how to personalise your nutrition, empower yourself to better understand why certain foods are good for you and eat to live a healthier life.
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‘Very informative book! I love reading about how food plays a role in our health. In this book you will learn about inflammation, oxidative stress, detoxification and methylation and some great recipes to help with it.’ Goodreads Reviewer,
‘I absolutely love this book! it has so many tasty recipes that are so unique and easy to make. 110% recommend buying!!’ Amazon Reviewer, 5 stars
‘This is a really interesting spin on the average recipe book. It combines the science about how eating certain foods or following certain diets can help with certain health problems. Some simple and tasty recipes and lots of useful information.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars