Topic: Nutrigenomics

Has anyone read the book by dr. aukerman at ohio state or visited him?
http://www.woosterbook.com/additional/betterhealth.html

Overall and taken as a whole it is a lot to digest. But piece by piece you can see things that are chemically and biologically vetted. He is also a survivor.

I am still learning and don't want to misinform, so i won't paraphrase. 

(I was an avid Forks Over Knives vegetarian, but am pretty convinced that we're still on a information rollercoaster. We could and should simplify. check out the forks over knives rebuttal...
http://rawfoodsos.com/2011/09/22/forks- … -critique/ )

I post these because I think we need more science and less "research" and "studies" that are interpreted based on partial evidence.  And I hope people challenge me. And we find the truth (in which there will be differences for individuals).   

Best to you all for your support, honesty, efforts and flow of information.

Re: Nutrigenomics

Chris...thanks for posting this.  I have not read the book nor have I seen the movie.  I believe that many things contribute to our health issues - environment, genetic predisposition, poor nutrition and a good dose of bad luck.  Please continue to enlighten us with your acquired knowledge; the answer is somewhere out there.
Hugs,
Marion

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