Effects Of A Lousy Diet Over Generations
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April 11, 2011
Interview with Gray Graham, author of the book Pottenger's Prophecy: How Food Resets Genes for Wellness or Illness
Nutritionist Gray Graham, author of the book Pottenger's Prophecy
Look around at families you know, look at the grandparents, the parents and the children and they will often express the same problems. But the grandparents may have some problems but then their children will have the problems earlier and they’ll have it more significantly. And then their children, the children of today the young children, they will express it even more so.
And the statistics appear to back this up.
What we’re seeing now Mike, is the children born today, particularly after the year 2000 have a huge propensity for diabetes. In fact the Center for Disease Control says that 35% of our children are going to be diabetic in their lifetime.
Research studies on people and animals support this theory that the cumulative effect of a poor diet compounds over generations - and each new generation must pay the price. The good news is, it is reversible.
It looks like that when we change the diet, and the sooner we change it that we can actually recover our health and we can live the whole full and natural lifespan that we were meant to by our original genes.