Christine Houghton holds degrees in Science (Biochemistry) and Nutrition and is a registered Nutritionist in Australia. With over 30 years’ experience as a private-practice Clinician in Nutritional Medicine, Christine is now a Research Biochemist investigating Bioactive plant compounds with significant Clinical Potential. Her particular interest is focused on Nutrigenomics, a strategy for identifying natural compounds capable of upregulating the genes that cells use to prevent disease-promoting processes. The Nutrigenomics concept elevates the importance of what we eat to a higher level and heralds a new paradigm in health care.
By Christine Houghton
Published: October 3, 2010.
This book explores the ground-breaking world of Nutrigenomics, a new health paradigm which identifies powerful food-derived compounds able to ‘switch on’ our cell-protective genes. Learn how to utilise the most powerful known nutrigenomic compounds to protect your cells and optimise their function. The result? Enhanced well-being, healthier ageing and less dependence on drugs and surgery!