What You Eat Affects the DNA

of Your Heirs

Acquired Physical Characteristics

CAN Be Inherited

Through Good or Bad Food & Drink

We were all taught a lie in school – that acquired characteristics is not possible. This grandiose statement was made from experiments where mice which had their tails cut off, did not have babies with no tails. BUT, if they had done experiments to see if different DIETS fed to the mice made a difference to their children and grand-children, they would have had a completely different result.

From You’re not Fat, You’re Toxic:

“… in an experiment that Dr. Francis Pottenger performed on 900 cats for ten years[i] … Some cats were fed only pasteurized milk (that is, cooked milk) and cooked meat.  Other cats were fed what is a normal, healthy diet for cats – raw meat.  The cats fed cooked food became ill, antisocial, aggressive and exhibited deviant sexual behavior.  Please note that humans should never eat raw meat because of parasites, but this experiment does give us clues that cooking does more than we have been lead to believe it does.

Amazingly, it took three generations of raw food for the cats to return to normal.  This study also showed something that scientists are only just starting to figure out.   Physical degeneration caused by a poor diet and cooked food in the mother is inherited by her children and passed on to the third generation.

“The reverse is also true.  When a mother’s diet is nutritious and has more raw food, not only does she benefit with good health, so, too, do her offspring.  Pottenger saw that with each successive generations of kittens they produced, each kitten was healthier than the prior one[ii].”

Further evidence that acquired physical characteristics can be inherited from your ancestors, and passed onto your heirs, depending on good and bad diet, is in a new study in Nutrition Journal,  Fast Food Fever: reviewing the impacts of the Western diet on immunity:

“Detailed attention is given to the dietary impact on the gut microbiome and the mechanisms by which our poor dietary choices are encoded into our gut, our genes, and are passed to our offspring.”

On page 4:

“What is perhaps of larger concern is that the harmful effects of diet can actually stretch across generations. A mother’s diet may potentially shape her child’s flavor preferences even before birth, potentially skewing their palette towards anything from vegetables to sugary sweets in ways that could influence subsequent propensity for obesity and/or unhealthy dieting. In addition, children inherent their microbiome from their mother mostly through parturition but also during breast-feeding and development until the bacterial balance matures around to four years of age.”

It goes on to say that microbiome can be “seeded” into the unborn child while in the womb, but if diet toppled mom’s bacteria balance, the child’s inherited immune system doesn’t have an “education.”

Learn how to improve your DNA and that of your children and grandchildren by improving what you eat and drink, and other aspects of a healthy lifestyle. Read You’re not Fat, You’re Toxic

 

Source: http://www.activistpost.com/2014/07/junk-food-encoded-in-childrens-dna-and.html

 

[i] Diet Wise by Prof. Keith Scott-Mumby, 1984, page 52

[ii] www.wakingtimes.com/2013/01/23/common-modern-foods-which-cause-dna-damage/

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