Monday, September 2, 2019

BOOK REVIEW: You Are What Your Grandparents Ate

by Judith Finlayson 

Getting & staying healthy is the goal, so using all the tools at your disposal is your best game plan. Those tools include looking to the future & the past to get all of the knowledge & information that is available to us. In this book, you will learn how to live a life and leave a legacy of wellness to your future generations. Use your families history to help fix you and your families future health. Real science laid out in simple terms makes this book a great resource that is easy to understand. Judith gives you real information that you can easily incorporate into your life so you can live your healthiest and most fulfilling life. I am really gaining so much from this book & cant wait to finish it. Keep reading to learn more.

What your grandparents ate and how they lived their lives has a direct bearing on who you are today. And in turn, your lifestyle will impact the lives of your children, grandchildren and generations beyond.

This is the basic premise behind one of the most fascinating avenues of scientific research currently being conducted around the world — the idea that your chances of developing chronic disease as an adult are linked with systemic changes that took place while you were still in your mother’s womb.
Publishers Weekly calls You Are What Your Grandparents Ate a “fascinating and eye-opening treatise on how a wide variety of chronic diseases (heart disease, diabetes, obesity etc.) are linked not only to current lifestyle but to such other factors as stress, environmental toxins, and even, per the title, one’s grandparents’ diet.”
In the book’s foreword, Dr. Kent Thornburg of Oregon Health & Science University writes,  “This is not just another health promotion book. It explains why we are suffering the largest health epidemic in human history, why we need better wholesome foods to buy, why we need better food policy and why we must pay careful attention to the health and nutrition of our young women and men as they prepare to bear the next generation. Judith Finlayson offers a new and exciting view of how we have come to our present state of poor health and how we can reinvent ourselves as healthy.”

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