This excerpt that I want to share with you, fires my soul.
These ingrained traditions existed throughout the world and, until recently, dictated the ebb and flow of daily life. This kind of dedication, study and wise use of natural resources is what was required to amass and protect the gentetic wealth that enable people to survive in a very different, and harsher, wild, wild world. Of course these days most of us spend our time fighting traffic, not wild boar. But the same nutritional input that toughened and fortified the physiologies of these indiigenous peoples can still be accessed today for the attainment of extraordinary health. Were the medical community to bring the same enthusiasm to the engineering and maintenance of healthy bodes as achaeologists bring to their study of ancient architectural wonders, they would soon call for a radical revision of what we understand to be a healthy human diet. The contruction of a beautiful, sound building is not a matter of chance, but of planning, good materials and reference to the collected body of relevant science. Winning the genetic lottery depends upon those very same prerequisites."
So at this point, I would like to pose a question to you all ...
"If the foods you eat could change your genes, what would you have for dinner?"