Does Junk Food Make Junky Genes?

“A study on rats indicates that bad dietary habits affects future generations”

-Dr. Patrick

Do our poor dietary choices damage future generations as well? Food for thought


Researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center have found that the female offspring of pregnant rats that were fed a high fat diet were more likely to develop breast cancer. Grand daughters of the female rats who were fed the high fat diet, ended up having more breast tumors even if the grand daughters ate a healthy diet.

Do our poor dietary choices damage future generations as well? Food for thought.

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Dr. Patrick Giammarise, DC, IHS uses a functional approach to solving your bowel and digestive problems. He can be reached at the Digestion Relief Center, in Chico California and by telephone at 530-899-8741.


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