How genes interact with certain foods bioactives to produce various types of proteins that help our body function properly is the heart of our kitchen. Some of the native foods in the Mediterranean region that are a rich source of bioactives. To help categorize these key ingredients, M.I.S.E. is the acronym we use to guide you through essential food groups and the function each serves in your body.Read More
This is a recipe I adapted from an original recipe developed by Chef Deborah Madison. The fennel and tomato meld beautifully to create a luxurious taste in your mouth. The addition of olives adds a nice salty contrast to the unique combination of flavor offered by the fennel and tomato. An unforgettable dish you will make often, I promise.Read More
Hardly a day seems to go by without some kind of mention of DNA testing, along with the words genetics and genomics. The question then becomes. Is there a difference between them, and more importantly from where I sit, what is their relevance to you and your health?Read More
The key to making culinary genomics come alive is learning how to prepare these powerful Master Ingredients to unlock their greatest food-gene potential. Bioactives in some of these flavorful tools are dormant and need to be awakened through chopping, tossing, and mixing.
The Genomic Kitchen is your guide to a new way of thinking about your body and your health.
In its unique convergence of genomic science, nutrition and the culinary arts, our science-based system of aligning ingredients and their preparation with healthy gene behaviors is designed to help you make clear and deep connections between the food that you eat and its influence on the root cause of disease.Read More