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How The Food You Eat Impacts Your Genes

how the food you eat impacts your genesHow The Food You Eat Impacts Your Genes And Why We Must Pay Attention To This.

Our progress in understanding human genes has been amazing and humbling. About 150 years ago, Gregor Mendel used pea plants to establish some rules of inheritance, and about 50 years ago, Watson and Crick described the double helix of DNA.

In 2003, the entire human genome was sequenced. Amazing! How the food you eat impacts your genes is revolutionary as it gives everyone a chance to attain true health. A person can actually reverse years of “damage done”.

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The Regenerative Qualities Of Turmeric

Turmeric

Turmeric Can Repair Damaged Tissue

Turmeric is more than just a tasty spice to add to curries, a latest study has revealed that this bright yellow spice may aid the repair of damaged tissue within the liver. The study was conducted by a group of Thai scientists at Bangkok’s Srinakharinwirot University and was published in the Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand. By monitoring a set of diabetic rats, the research team found that the main polyphenol found in turmeric, called curcumin, was able to heal and even restore the damaged liver tissues in the rats back to health. These benefits add to the already impressive list of the health benefits associated with this versatile healing spice…

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Best Natural Remedies For Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain

How Chronic Pain Is Defined

Chronic pain is pain that is ever-present and has been for a long time, most doctors diagnose it as such only after 6 months. It is often a cause of injury or illness that has been neglected or under-treated. Millions of people suffer from it and the intensity can range from mild to totally incapacitating. Even after treatment, the pain receptors remain active in the nervous system for weeks, months, or even years. Chronic pain can either be nociceptive or neuropathic and is dependent on the cause, how intense it is and how it can be relieved. Neuropathic pain is much easier to manage by neurostimulation, a therapy that is also called spinal cord stimulation (SCS).

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