What if you could completely change the way your genes are expressed, without using any crazy sci-fi, new-agey machines or drugs? Gray Graham is here to explain how you can make that happen. Gray is the lead author of “Pottenger’s Prophecy” and expert in epigenetics.
If you’re not familiar with the term epigenetics quite yet, don’t despair (heck, spell check doesn’t even recognize the word!). But this field of study is definitely something you don’t want to dismiss: epigenetics has revealed that we have the power to literally reprogram our genes in favor of being lean and strong (instead of fat and flabby).
In this week’s show you’ll hear about:
- How you can literally reprogram your genetic expression to live longer
- Why what you eat has massive implications on the health of your children
- Why being 100% Paleo or 100% Vegan might be hurting you
- What nutrition has to do with sexual dysfunction
- And much more…
Here’s the show.
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What do you think about our ability to change our own genetic expression through food, exercise and other lifestyle changes? Let us know in the comments below.
Denny Hemingson says
Wow! Great interview. Gray really knows his stuff. Thanks for providing the forum for people like him to spread this very important message!
Abel James says
Thanks Denny, so glad you stopped by. 🙂
Gray made a good point about choosing a diet for healing, vs staying on it long term!
Abel James says
Karl Nilsson says
Great episode! As a Swede, I hereby officially approve Gray’s pronunciation of Överkalix. It was close enough 🙂
Emily Dewey says
Haha awesome Karl! Thank you! – Emily, FBM Team
Ellie Pell says
“I figure we can pay the farmers, or pay the hospitals,”
What a fantastic interview! I was just going through some old emails when I found it and decided to listen to it. I didn’t think I would be so interested in epigenetics, but I certainly learned a lot!