Presenter: Benjamin Lynch ND. Ben Lynch obtained his bachelor’s degree from the Format File. [webrip 7MP4,2PDF File size: 443.96 MB
SHEI: Methylation & Clinical Nutrigenomics, Pt. 1 (1/2)
Would you like to improve your clinical results, decrease medical expenses for patients, and increase patient referrals? Genetic testing unveils your patient’s unique biochemistry allowing you to optimize treatment. It is important to understand how you and your colleagues approach genetic testing. Is it difficult to know where to begin? Do you know what your patient knows about this subject?
In October 2013, Dr. Ben Lynch presented the conference at Bastyr University. This distance learning course was made from the combined video and PowerPoint presentations. This information will enhance your practice as well as your personal health. It is applicable to anyone who works in primary care or oncology, environment medicine, mental health and midwifery. It focuses on methylation along with the various genetic mutations found along various critical pathways – and how they affect one’s health. The following topics will be covered during the course:
the clinical significance of nutrigenomics, introducing methylation and the importance of healthy diet, lifestyle and environment
Folate metabolism, B12 transmethylation, transsulfuration, and mitochondrial function are all possible.
The effects of genetic polymorphisms on diet, xenobiotics or nutrients, as well as their interactions with medications, vitamins, and other medications, are common.
How to take a clinical nutritionomic history, symptoms and laboratory testing.
How to optimize genetic polymorphisms through diet, lifestyle, environment changes, detoxification and targeted supplementation
Identification of problems through research ‘natural deselection theory’ Empowering your patients through clinical nutrigenomics
talking with the patient to determine the pros and cons of knowing one’s own genetic propensity for disease
After completing this distance learning course you will be able:
Discuss the biochemical pathways that affect folate, B12 and SAMe, methylation. detoxification, mitochondria, cell membranes, and mitochondria.
List the most common genetic polymorphisms, and their interactions with one another
This article will explain how to order and interpret different laboratory tests related to this topic
Discuss the effect of diet, environment, supplementation and other factors on biochemical pathways
Establish an individual treatment program based upon history, physical exam and lab testing.
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Presenter: Benjamin Lynch ND. Dr. Ben Lynch earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Cell and Molecular Biology at the University of Washington, and his ND at Bastyr University. He was driven by his passion to find the root cause of diseases and discovered nutrigenomics. He is currently a researcher, writer, and presenter on the topic of dirty genetics. His wife Nadia and his three boys Tasman, Mathew, and Theodor live in Seattle, WA. Dr. Ben Lynch is also the President & CEO of www.SeekingHealth.com, a company oriented towards disease prevention and health promotion.
Delivery Method: This eLearning class is possible thanks to a collaboration between Bastyr University, Seeking Health Educational Institute and (SHEI), now drbenlynch.com. Original presentation was recorded on video/audio and slides were embedded in the video. The original presentation of 12 hours is broken down into 21 parts. “chapters” These are based on key topics. Each topic can be accessed separately, as many times as you like, at your own convenience. You can simultaneously watch/listen to the presentation, and then follow the slides.
Warning/Disclaimer: The information contained in this material is intended to be used for education and information purposes only. The information contained herein is not meant to be a substitute for professional medical treatment. Bastyr University, the author of this information, and Bastyr University are not responsible for any misuse or misinterpretation of the information. This information is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease or illness. It should not be used in place of professional medical treatment. Reproduction Rights: Dr. Ben Lynch owns the educational content in the audio/video material and the slides. They cannot be reproduced or used without his permission. The FDA has not evaluated these statements. This product does not diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Courses cannot be refunded.
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