HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED WHY YOU HAVE A CERTAIN REACTION TO A NEW FOOD BEING INTRODUCED TO YOUR DIET?Well, allergies to food and our presumption that food is good for us, food is actually the fuel that we run on, right? That’s our gasoline that powers our vehicles. So food is also information. It informs our bodies of how it needs to respond to this food that we’re eating. For example, I have a familial history of Celiac’s disease. Now, where did this come from? In fact, the way my generations got to America, some of them came through Eastern Europe and Russia and Poland and all those places, some of them came from the British Isles and France, and we met together in my mother and father, and here I am. Okay. So I’ve never met my great-grandfather, I’ve never met my great-great-grandfather, but the Funny thing is that my nose will be almost identical to five or six generations ago in my family lineage. We pass on information through our genetic code.
HOW DOES GENETIC CODE WORK?
There are plenty of questions:
- How does the genetic code get transcribed?
- How do we make changes to genetic code?
- Can we even manipulate genetic code?
HERE’S WHAT HAPPENED TO ME:
Because of famine, because of hardship, because of privation, I became unaccustomed to eating wheat. So what happened to me is simple; If I have a slice of bread or a slice of pizza, for the next 17 hours, my stomach’s going to be grumbling and saying, “Why did you eat that pizza?” Doesn’t mean I don’t eat pizza. Sometimes it’s worth it. But the fact is your genetic code has a lot to do with how your body operates, and it’s a big subject. We’ll leave more of it for later, but just know, it is important to understand and observe the foods that do not agree with you. It may not be your fault.