Study Reveals How to Be a Bulletproof® Father

One of the tenets of Bulletproofness (if that’s even a word) is that you simultaneously increase your energy while doing things more efficiently. There is no greater opportunity for efficiency than when it comes to being a prospective father. A Georgetown study just discovered, “A man who pursues an unhealthy diet, it turns out, not only increases the risk of numerous diseases in his direct offspring (cancer, diabetes, infertility, etc.), he also increases that risk for multiple generations of offspring.” (Natural News, 2010)

Talk about efficiency! Take care of your own health, boost your energy, perform well at the office, keep your kids, AND grandkids (and yourself) from getting degenerative diseases.

My wife Lana and I have written “The Better Baby Book” about how to have a heather baby with a higher IQ starting in the womb. Our book contains 1300 references to studies like the one I’m citing now,  which was conducted by Georgetown University Medical Center, and presented at the American Association for Cancer Research (http://www.naturalnews.com/029198_c…) showing that cancer risk attributable to the junk food fed to parent rats was passed through two generations even if the direct offspring ate a healthy diet.”

http://www.naturalnews.com/029351_genopocalypse_genetic_integrity.html

 

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