Genes To Plate

by CTG
Code
00401570000625
Size:Each
R399.95
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Overview

  • Eat according to your genes
  • First cookbook of it's kind
  • Nutrition and Health made personal

Description

You are unique ' there's only one of you! No duplicates. No other versions. Health is becoming personal - exercise, diet, and lifestyle. Advances in genetics are changing how we see ourselves. Scientists have discovered that we can change the way our genes behave. They're not the set-in-stone blueprint we once thought they were. In this recipe book lies a collection of delicious and simple recipes, designed, kitchen-tested and frequently used by leading doctors, dietitians and nutritionists who specialise in nutrigenomics - the science of diet and genetics. If you want to be gene smart and proactive about your health, if you want to feel your best, this recipe book is for you.

Dietary Summary

  • South African Made
 

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