Manchester, NH, April 28, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- In her critically acclaimed book Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Foods, newly released on Kindle, board certified Family Medicine physician and Cornell-trained geneticist Dr Catherine Shanahan describes shocking mutations and growth deformities appearing in babies and children under 2. These mutations are far more common among children who's mothers ate more than 100gm carbohydrate during pregnancy per day.
Says Dr. Shanahan, "With America teetering on the brink of fiscal disaster, healthcare as we know it is going to melt away along with other social safety nets that have been propping up our failing genetics. Deep Nutrition brings together cell biology and culinary tradition to illustrate how access to nature in the form of food prevents cancer, obesity, Alzheimer's and more. Your family's health is going to depend on your ability to buy and cook real foods. Will you be ready?"
"Immediately I was struck by the clarity and simplicity of the writing. I didn't realize that fat cells could wander around the body and turn into different cell types. Fascinating!" --Jo Robinson, Author of The Omega Diet
"Dr. Shanahan is the Michael Pollan of medicine, telling us what to eat and why to eat it." --JoAnn Deck, Vice President of Ten Speed Press
"Extremely interesting and insightful; written in a brilliant, engaging, and witty style." --Sally Fallon, author of Nourishing Traditions