Michelle Peiret: Unlocking the Power of Nutrigenomics to Improve Your Health

A Venezuelan Woman’s Mission to Improve Health Habits Worldwide

More and more people are deciding to change their habits and take care of their health, a task that requires the help of professionals in the field to see accurate and sustainable results over time.

Michelle Peiret: Unlocking the Power of Nutrigenomics to Improve Your Health

This is what a Venezuelan woman, Michelle Peiret, has been doing for more than a decade, after studying at the Institute of Nutrigenomics and the Institute for Advanced Training in Nutrition and Health Sciences in Spain, as well as at Harvard Medical School.

Peiret has dedicated her studies to nutritional genomics, which provides genetic knowledge about the components of the diet that contribute to health. In this sense, the LaPatilla team talked to this Venezuelan who wants to train and educate people to improve their quality of life in every corner of the world.

What is nutrigenomics?

Michelle began by explaining what nutrigenomics is, detailing that it studies the effects of dietary components on modulating an individual’s gene expression.

She also pointed out that nutrigenetics is the study of gene expression in response to specific nutrients to be able to condition by the genetic variants of each individual.

How can this type of plan be customized for patients?

After learning about one of the advances in science, the Venezuelan has been inspiring and helping other people to improve their health habits for at least 15 years.

Peiret explained that “the most important thing is to have an evaluation with the patient,” since nutrigenomics and epigenetics work not only with what the person eats, “but also with how it affects our genes, our cells, our emotions, environmental pollution, the whole part of our genetics.”

Likewise, if the person has been on medication for years, if they are sedentary, if they have gone through strong emotional crises, if they have been eating processed food for years, if they do not sleep well, among others.

From this evaluation “we can know what each person needs,” the specialist added that she performs an epigenetic study, “it is done with the hair follicle, this follicle will give me all the information that the body has accumulated for several years”.

Once all the studies have been carried out and the patient’s situation is known, from then on I can carry out a regenerative process where I change the body’s environment to reverse what is happening to the patient at that moment”.

All diseases are potentially curable.

Michelle starts from an important premise, “all diseases are potentially curable” which has been proven in 15 years of experience.

“I have been able to treat all kinds of people with serious diseases, people who are hopeless, with simple pathologies, high-performance athletes, people who need to improve their quality of life or rejuvenate their body and it is amazing to see how people have cured their diseases.”

She also emphasized that “regardless of age or years of generating a strong toxicity in the body either through food, medication or environmental pollution, the person manages to recover their health”.

The treatment can last from 3 months to 2 years and is effective, “we have been able to cure cancer, degenerative diseases, autoimmune diseases, simple pathologies such as gastritis, migraines, acidity, cognitive problems, all these conditions have been completely cured and many others have improved between 60 and 80%.”

An era of taking care of your health

For Michelle, it is not just talking about fitness, it is something that goes beyond, considering that we are in an era of taking care of health: “I think the time has come to include science with wellness,” adding that science should be used as an emergency button, the ideal for a human being is to avoid the need to use medication.

“A healthy body inside and out is the consequence of a healthy weight, being a good athlete, or looking good. But a body that is not healthy inside can be thin but sick,” the Venezuelan stressed.

A call for better habits

In addition to sharing information on her social networks, Michelle Peiret has dedicated herself to giving conferences to educate the population on how to improve their health. She is coming to Venezuela next February.

“As a Venezuelan, born in the country with European parents, I feel it is my responsibility to do this conference,” she added, emphasizing that I came to the world for a mission and that mission is to help create well-being worldwide and to be a multiplier of well-being.”

Peiret pointed out that she wants to “help people and teach them to be aware, so that they not only learn to eat but also understand what is happening in the world, in science, in people, why we are so sick, why we are losing so much quality of life.”

Like all Venezuelan professionals, Michelle wants to “educate and train people” so they can “take action and cure the disease or problem they are facing at the moment.”