‘Dirty Genes’ focuses on controlling unwanted effects of genes
Publish Date : Thursday 24 October 2019 - 15:18
IBNA- The scientific health book ‘Dirty Genes: A Breakthrough Program to Treat the Root Cause of Illness and Optimize Your Health’ by the American author Dr. Ben Lynch has been translated into Persian and published.
According to IBNA correspondent, the work which focuses on controlling unwanted effects of genes has been translated into Persian by Haiydeh Saddafi and released by Ruyan-Pajouh Publishing in Tehran.
After suffering for years with unexplainable health issues, Dr. Ben Lynch discovered the root cause—“dirty” genes. Genes can be “born dirty” or merely “act dirty” in response to your environment, diet, or lifestyle—causing lifelong, life-threatening, and chronic health problems, including cardiovascular disease, autoimmune disorders, anxiety, depression, digestive issues, obesity, cancer, and diabetes.
Based on his own experience and successfully helping thousands of clients, Lynch shows in ‘Dirty Genes’
how to identify and optimize both types of dirty genes by cleaning them up with targeted and personalized plans, including healthy eating, good sleep, stress relief, environmental detox, and other holistic and natural means.
Many of us believe our genes doom us to the disorders that run in our families. But Lynch reveals that with the right plan in place, you can eliminate symptoms, and optimize your physical and mental health—and ultimately rewrite your genetic destiny.
Ben Lynch received his doctorate in naturopathic medicine from Bastyr University. He has supported thousands of clients and trained thousands of physicians and health professionals across the globe in using insights from epigenetics to optimize health. He is the founder of Seeking Health, a company that helps educate both the public and health professionals how to overcome genetic dysfunction through diet, lifestyle, and supplements.
‘Dirty Genes: A Breakthrough Program to Treat the Root Cause of Illness and Optimize Your Health’ in Persian has been published in 406 pages and 300 copies.