Have you ever wondered if there are ways to “turn off” bad genes or an unwanted predisposition to illness? If cancer, autoimmune conditions, or heart disease run in your family, you may be afraid that one day these diseases will also plague you.
The good news is there is something called “epigenetics,” and this means, essentially, that you can switch genes on or off with lifestyle modifications.
360 Health, a comprehensive wellness guide, will walk you through various ways to create your healthiest body, one in which cancer and major disease cannot easily thrive.
The book will teach you which foods are “anti-angiogenic” (cancer preventative) and which foods foster cancer growth. You’ll learn about supplements that nourish you and act as armor against disease, and you’ll learn which supplements or medications may be harmful. You’ll read about how the environment plays a role in toxic burden, but you’ll also discover ways to detoxify your body. You’ll find guidance and helpful tips for stress relief and overall well-being.
360 Health gives you the tools you need for ultimate physical, mental, and spiritual health. You can add years to your life and life to your years.
• A grocery shopping list is provided to help you search for the best and most nourishing foods.
• There are also 20+ easy recipes incorporating anti-angiogenic ingredients, so you can be sure to find ways to eat that support immune functioning.
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Kimberly Maravich’s background as an RN led to her passion for preventative healthcare and nutrition. While pursuing a BA in English, her love of writing began. She also has an MA in Teaching and worked for more than 12 years as an elementary school teacher. She now combines her talents and enjoys educating and encouraging others to optimize their health through her writings.
She believes that self-care is the deepest form of love, as we can’t fully care for others when we put ourselves last. Good nutrition, moderate exercise, and great sleep are the keys to physical health. Just as importantly, gratitude, prayer and spiritual practice, and friendships do wonders for overall wellness.
Kim lives outside of Pittsburgh, PA with her loving husband and two adorable little boys. Their home is filled with excitement, laughter, and much love.