|THIS E NEWS COULD GENUINELY CHANGE YOUR ATTITUDE TO ILLNESS: As regular followers will know, I have been using a theme of ‘Protect and Correct’ for about 7 years. I genuinely believe, like top US oncologist Dr Henry Friedman, that cancer can be cured today – if not cured, then held in remission. I believe that both ‘Protect and Correct’ is exactly what the natural compounds in the Rainbow Diet are capable of, and it was the theme of my speaking tour of Australia in April 2014. Below you will find details of a speech I will be giving in the UK on Sunday October 26th near Ascot.The theory of ‘Protect and Correct’ in the original version of The Rainbow Diet has been detailed over and over again in the last seven years. But then, it was pretty much accepted that a good diet could prevent illness. What has taken time is assimilating the proof that natural compounds in a good diet could ‘Correct’. But the science of ‘Epigenetics’ has contributed enormously. Today is a ‘starter’ e news just to set the scene. Go to article 7 and you can read a kiddies guide to Epigenetics, and a second article on the 25 top natural epigenetic compounds.While science has been confirming my previous theories, I have moved on. I’ve looked at how there are ‘foreign’ sources of DNA in your body that actually direct or ‘trump’ your own DNA – they are the secret source of your good health, if you look after them!! Excuse me if I seem excited about this new book. I think it will change the way you look at illness forever.|
Empowering people to make better health choices. Chris Woollams
1. Your gut bacteria control your gut, of course.
There’s something new going on in the world of genetics, although I wrote my first article on it back in 2005, almost ten years before the current explosion in coverage. So what’s happening in 2014? A realisation by a wider group of people, not just those in the forefront of genetic science, that you are not an organism limited by your 25,000 genes and your 7 trillion cells. You are actually a super-organism of 100,000 genes and 100 trillion cells. Welcome to the microbiome – the world of symbiotic bacteria, good and bad, that inhabit your body.Almost everyone can understand that if they get a ‘runny tummy’ when abroad, the cause is a bacterium in their gut throwing the whole balance inside out! But how many people understand that constipation is caused by gut bacteria too? Lack of fibre? Actually, fibre can make matters worse. Read our new book to understand more.
2. Your gut bacteria control your weight
Yes, seriously, it’s their fault. Well not entirely. By eating certain foods a certain strain of bacteria predominates, and this maximises the release of calories from your food. Net result? You get fatter.Of course you can do something about it!Read our new book to understand more.
3. Your gut bacteria get ill first
Study the ‘symptoms’ of colorectal cancer – like localised inflammation leading to polyps, or lowed B vitamins like biotin, B-12 and folic acid – and you soon realize that colorectal cancer symptoms are really the effects of an imbalanced gut colony. So what would you think the solution to be? Cut out the gut, or correct the core problem?Need convincing? Research has even shown that you can take bacteria from the gut of animals with colorectal cancer and ‘infect’ new, formerly healthy hosts. What’s this? Can you ‘catch’ colorectal cancer? Read our new book to understand more.
4. You cannot get better until your gut colony gets better
Everybody has heard of the dangers of MRSA in hospitals. That’s nothing. Severe infections of Clostridium difficile cause IBS, but also kill 14,000 patients a year in US hospitals; patients who may simply have gone in for a minor surgical treatment.But IBS, and C. difficile can be ‘cured’. Not by the drugs on offer which, in research, help less that 23% of patients; but by taking the bacteria from the gut of healthy people. Once the sick colonies are returned to health, so are about 85% of the patients!! What I tell you in the book, could well be the future of medicine.
5. Your gut bacteria control your moods and your brain
A 60-person study from UCLA showed that different areas of your brain were ‘controlled’ by different gut bacteria colonies. Another study showed that fearless animals have different gut bacteria to timid ones, and the majority of Autistic kids have serious intestinal problems. At least two important bacteria are known to be missing.More – there is research showing clearly that certain stomach bacteria have a link to Parkinson’s, and others in your colon cause plaques, which lead to an immune response, and that can be the start of Dementia and Alzheimer’s. Read our new book to find out more.
6. Your gum health is linked to your heart health
You can have bacterial colonies anywhere it is warm, moist and dark in your bodies. But a colony in your ear is exactly representative of the colonies in your gut.If you have a problem with your teeth and gums, beware. The bacteria that cause smelly breath can get into the blood stream. And they can cause inflammation in your arteries and lead to a heart attack.
7. Epigenetics – you are not ‘doomed’