Have you ever heard of the Paleo Diet?
We’ve all heard the saying, “You are what you eat.” Is it true? What does this really mean? According to Dr. Radford, basically everything that we take in to our bodies has an impact on us – both physically and mentally.
Our modern diet can lead to inflammation and chronic inflammation is now known to be a key component of many diseases including heart disease and cancer. Dr. Radford will discuss how we can minimize health problems through diet and genetic interactions as they relate to development of chronic disease.
The foods we eat are supposed to supply essential nutrients to our body; these nutrients from our diet circulate and are absorbed by our digestive system where they enter the bloodstream to nourish over 200 different kinds of tissue.
Over time, repeatedly eating the wrong foods can adversely affect your health and poor diet can even affect your future children’s health. Dr. Radford will review the science of Nutritional Genomics and the relationship between diet and our health. He will tell us what he teaches his patients about the coming genomic revolution of personalized medicine, the field of Nutrigenomics.
Dr. Radford will teach you how the Paleo Diet can improve the quality of your life. You will learn how the foods we eat can be used as medicine.
You will learn how eating the wrong foods can trigger allergy, promote inflammation and cause “leaky gut” leading to a myriad of problems including digestive problems like Celiac disease, ulcerative colitis, IBD, IBS, and autoimmune problems like fibromyalgia, Crohn’s disease, Lupus, Rheumatoid arthritis, interstitial cystitis, thyroiditis, Multiple Sclerosis, and even Juvenile diabetes.
You will learn about healthy fats and carbohydrates, what source of proteins we are able to use more effectively, and why some sources of protein are better than others.
Have you felt powerless over your poor health? Dr. Radford’s commentary on his years of experience with the Paleo Diet will give you and your family the knowledge to help prevent chronic illness.
You will learn about the current developments and breakthroughs in fields of nutrition and human genomics that can be used for better health, slow the aging process and reverse chronic disease.