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NTA Authors – Gray Graham, BA, NTP

Gray Graham
Gray has been an international consultant and teacher in the field of clinical nutrition for almost twenty years. During his career, he has taught hundreds of seminars on nutritional therapy to thousands of physicians and other healthcare practitioners worldwide. He is the founder of the Nutritional Therapy Association (NTA), and in 2001, started the Nutritional Therapy Training Program. Since then, NTA has certified more than a thousand Nutritional Therapist Practitioners (NTP’s) throughout the United States.

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Pottenger’s Prophecy: How Food Resets Genes for Wellness or Illness by Grey Graham, BA, NTP

(Gray Graham, Founder of the Nutritional Therapy Association, Inc. with Deborah Kesten and Larry Scherwitz) It’s been called a “new paradigm” and “the medicine of the future.” At the same time, it is so profoundly changing our understanding of health and healing, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has poured $190 million into it. What’s the brouhaha about? The emerging new science of epigenetics, which reveals the foods you eat switch genes on or off that can lead either to wellness or illness. But this “medicine of the future” does even more, for it provides a crystal ball not only into your potential health, but also that of your children, even unborn generations. Be assured: the age of nutritional epigenetics has arrived. Pottenger’s Prophecy: How Food Resets Genes for Wellness or Illness reveals the foods that launch your genes on a path toward illness, as well as the diet that can activate “health” genes-often instantly-that promote a longer, healthier life. Regardless of your current health status, Pottenger’s Prophecy is the source for anyone who wants to eat to reset genes-NOW-for health, healing, and longevity. Read it and discover the food and nutrition secrets you and your offspring need to live up to your epigenetic health potential…for life. More than 425 references.