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Nutrigenomics - Interesting Video On Inflammation & Diet

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I just wanted to share this informative and basic article on nutrigenomics, the study of gene-diet related interactions in the human body. I think nutrigenomics is a highly underrated field...perhaps there's more research done on this forum than the medical field, lol.

To the list of anti-inflammatories listed in the article, I would definitely add DIM (for women). It has done wonders for my inflammation. Also, inositol helps with nerve-related inflammatory reactions.

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2009/09/08/what-you-need-to-know-about-inflammation.aspx

(if the direct link doesn't work, try this: http://holistichealthnaturally.com/what-you-need-to-know-about-inflammation/ )

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There are several books on Amazon. Some were mentioned In my epigenetics Thread. . i searched for some at my library, but no luck.

Interesting that he doesn't consider C-reactive protein to be an effective indicator.

For quercetin, save your onion skins & include them when making stock/broth.

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If you find the link, post it here, I'd love to read it when I have time.

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