This easy to prepare salad pairs two different master ingredients to ensure you get maximum flavor and bioactive benefits in a single bite.Read More
The Genomic Kitchen Notebook
I love the sweetness that emerges when you roast fresh vegetables. But there's an unbeatable vitality to contrasting that flavor with the pop of raw crunch and the taste of the earth that comes with it. Raw crucifers, a family of vegetables that includes broccoli, cauliflower, bok choy and
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.
Optimizing the relationship between your DNA and longterm health has a powerful new tool - the food you eat.
With all of the buzz around DNA testing, the role of our genes in defining health outcomes is often viewed as a fait accompli - a predetermined reality. While we do inherit the DNA housed in our genes from our parents , it does not exclusively determine our present and future health.Read More