Drastic Measures: Do We Really Need to Fear Our Genes?

Dr Ritamarie

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By now most people have heard the shocking news about Angelina Jolie's drastic decision to have a double mastectomy, and potential upcoming hysterectomy. Why did she decide to do such a radical thing? Did she have breast cancer? The answer is no. She discovered she had the BCRA gene, which indicates a higher risk of potentially getting breast cancer.

And yet, armed only with that information, remember, she did not HAVE breast cancer...she went under the knife anyway, as a preventative measure.

Recently I did a teleseminar for my Vital Health Community on the subject of Nutrigenomics, which is a fancy word for how food and nutrition can affect (both positively and negatively) our genetic predispositions.

What Angelina was not aware of, or her doctor did not make her aware of, was the fact that genetic testing can be used to show, yes, risks, but most, if not all of them can be mitigated beforehand, through diet and lifestyle changes, as well as nutritional support that could have kept her healthy for many years to come...and lengthen her life naturally.

  • What latest research and resources on genetics and nutrigenomics tells us
  •  An inexpensive and comprehensive resource that you can order today, to assess your risks
  • Why the results are not to be feared, but used to help you make empowering health and lifestyle choices

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