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The Nutritional Power of Story

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The world of genetic science has come tumbling into our food culture for nearly 40 years now. We hear about genetically modified organisms, epigenetics and the influence of food on our genes. But what are we supposed to eat? What effects does any particular food have on our bodies? These are all good things to consider, but did you know that with over 24,000 genes at work in each of our bodies, one of the more interesting nutritional subjects these days is the genetic power of our personal story. Interested in learning more about how who you are enters the story of Nutrition?

Then I invite you to check out this article by Marc David: http://psychologyofeating.com/nutritional-power-story/
http://bit.ly/1cUfZGD

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