Thread Launch Showcase: Cooking for Your Genes

Claire Bord has acquired World English Language rights to Cooking for Your Genes by Debbi Nathan and Helen Nathan from Araminta Whitley at The Soho Agency.

In Cooking for Your Genes, expert nutrigenomic practitioner Debbi Nathan and chef Helen Nathan guide readers through the four key lifestyle genetics. Combining cutting-edge science and stress-free recipes, their book explores the science of how food ‘talks’ to our genes. Furthermore, it looks at the interaction between biology and our genes, and how we can eat our way to better health.

Bord said: ‘Cooking for Your Genes is a must-have for anyone wanting to take more responsibility for their health. The focus is on prevention rather than cure. In these extraordinary times we’re currently living through, being able to empower ourselves to better understand our own bodies has never been so important. If you have chosen to have your DNA tested and translated, this book will become a valuable food bible.  Even if you haven’t taken a DNA test, Debbi is an excellent guide. She helps you navigate the world of nutrigenomics. Through Helen’s simple recipes, you’ll be inspired to cook incredible and nutritious food whether you’re cooking for one or a family of five.’

Nathan and Nathan said: ‘Everyone deserves to be fabulous! From our first meeting with Claire Bord, we were sold. Claire instilled the confidence we needed to undertake this project. The team at Bookouture were unfailing in their guidance and good humour. Our new book examines how food talks to your genes so that you can be the best version of you. We are thrilled to release Cooking for Your Genes with Bookouture’s new non-fiction imprint, Thread – a truly forward-thinking publisher.  With their strong on-line digital presence and global reach we are delighted to join the family – we are genetically blessed!’

Cooking for Your Genes will be published in ebook, audio and print on 14th May 2020.

Eat to Heal

Debbi Nathan and Helen Nathan

Published: 14 May 2020

Debbi Nathan and Helen Nathan demystify the biological functions within our bodies and explain how they depend on our genes.