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 Plants That Protect And Boost The Repair Of Our DNA
Plants That Protect And Boost The Repair Of Our DNA

This April it will be my fourth year since I adopted a plant based diet and to say the least I am jubilant with myself. This way of eating is so rich and with endless possibilities that I now know that I will never get tired researching and learning about it.

Except being a plant based eater for the last four years, I also did not stop running which is another item in my life that I feel proud of. I started, as I said in many other articles and in my first book Thirsty for Health, running as a way to lose the extra pounds that were occupying mostly my middle section back in 2010.

After I quit smoking in 2009, I replaced the deadly addiction of smoking with food resulting in me gaining a total of 44 pounds that I did not need, and I was flirting with obesity. I minimized the danger of me dying from hurt attack because of smoking but increased it by being overweight thus putting an unnecessary burden on my heart.

More at: http://thirsty4health.com/dna-repair/



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