Yeah. I'm definitely interested in it too. I'd also like to read more about what Keifer calls "epigenetics" and what relationship exists between the two.
lol he didn't invent the term.
Epigenetics refers to the ability of the chemical environment of DNA to "switch on" or "switch off" the production of proteins and enzymes expressed by various parts of DNA. The end result of this switching process is, in effect, a very different cell -- and thus a very different body.
Examples of chemical environment changes that directly effect DNA expression:
PCBs and other pollutants
phytoestrogens (e.g. from soy)
vitamins in various concentrations (e.g. vitamin E accelerates cell turnover rate which is why it's "good for healing" but also seems to cause cancer...)
... and lots more.
The reason that you can cause apoptosis is *briefly* explained in Carb Nite and backed up by about a dozen references listed in the book.
(While I find this topic fascinating and could chat about it all day -- and actually is one of the main reasons Kiefer and I starting talking and became friends! -- I gotta scoot to a dentist appointment)