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Genomics: A New Era of Medicine

You want to elevate your personalized practice with genomics. We can take you there.

Transforming the way clinicians practice.

Genoma International’s training program is designed to help you harness the power of our comprehensive genomic testing and profitably integrate genomic medicine and nutrition into your integrative medical practice.

This program is for clinicians who are invested in their professional growth and development, and are serious about diving in and embracing a comprehensive approach toward genomic medicine.

  • Gain an in-depth understanding of the science behind genomic medicine and nutrition, clinical applications, and effective intervention strategies including Culinary Genomics.
  • You’ll learn how to use the GENESIS MatrixTM clinical model, which has been used successfully to integrate genomics into clinical practice for more than 15 years.
  • We also provide professional development and marketing resources to help you create a successful and sustainable genomic medicine or nutrition practice.
Learn More and Register Here. Space and Time are Limited for this Offer

The Program

The Genomic Medicine and Culinary Genomics Training Program is an 11-month online course that combines the scientific, clinical, and culinary aspects of genomic medicine and nutrition to ensure you have the fundamental knowledge and skills required to apply genomics into your practice. You’ll grasp the nuances and the implications of genomic test results using our advanced, polygenic approach, addressing the conditions that underlie most health and disease processes.

Training Program:  $1800 (payment plan also available)

Includes:

  • 80 hours of learning, with 80 CPEs for RDNs*
  • One Genoma International Ultimate Wellness genomic test for optimal experiential learning.

 With a clinically focused approach, you will learn:

  • The history and science behind genomic testing.
  • The applied biochemistry, cell biology, physiology, and nutrition science of each system.
  • Which genes are related to these systems, and how they impact functioning and outcomes.
  • Effective nutritional genomic and lifestyle interventions.
  • Culinary genomic strategies.
  • How to integrate genomic testing into a comprehensive health model.
  • How to create a successful genomic medicine or nutrition practice.

Our instructors are clinicians with extensive backgrounds in nutrition science, genomics, the culinary arts, functional and integrative medicine, able to provide both scientific background and real-world applications.

 


GENOMIC MEDICINE &  CULINARY GENOMICS TRAINING PROGRAM

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Case Study: A Genomic Medicine Approach to Anxiety

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Webinar: A Genomic Approach To Cardiovascular Disease

Webinar by Genoma International. Sherry is a 53 year-old female with a family history of cardiovascular disease. She was proactive about her approach to health, physically active, and ate a balanced diet. When she was found to have significantly elevated LDL cholesterol on a routine checkup, she switched to a completely plant-based diet. After 6 months, her […]

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Why I Made Genomic Testing a Foundation of My Practice

And … “Why genomic testing  seemed like a good idea at the time.” by Mary Louder, DO. Genomics, precision medicine, epigenomics …. Are they buzz words? The next med fad? Could this help me better serve my patients? If you are like me, these questions have tugged at the back of your mind. Until recently, […]

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Reader Question: At what age, what circumstances, presenting pathologies, and/or family history should one undergo genetic testing?

QUESTION:  At what age and what circumstances or presenting pathologies or family history with certain pathologies should one undergo genetic testing? For instance, let’s say a patient had a grandparent who had colitis and died in his 70s from an adenocarcinoma, but his parents did not have any colitis or intestinal disorders. And, a colonoscopy at […]

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VIDEOS: P4 Medicine and Systems Biology, by Leroy Hood, PhD

Leroy Hood, PhD, founder of P4 Medicine and Systems Biology has pioneered a new approach to medicine in what he calls P4 medicine – Predictive, Personal, Preventive and Participatory. In this TedxRanier presentation, Hood says “within 10 years, each and every one of you will have a virtual data cloud of billions of data points.” […]

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Genomic Toolbox: Four Full-Text Studies on Using Genomic Sequencing in Your Integrative Medical Practice

In this article, Today’s Practitioner provides four full-text studies and opinion columns to help you organize your own genomic toolbox. Click on the respective title for the complete text document. 1. Nutrigenomics: The Potential to Optimize Chronic Disease with SNP-Based Dietary Recommendations, by Lara Pizzorno, MA, MDiv, LMT, published in (more…)To gain access to this […]

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Patient Handout on Biochemical Individuality

The following is a free patient handout by John Neustadt, ND, and Steve Pieczenik, MD, PhD. Originally published in Integrative Medicine, a Clinicians Journal, this downloadable information sheet explains to patients how biochemical individuality refers to the unique nutritional needs each person has based on their genetics, lifestyle, and environmental exposure to various stresses. This […]

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Podcast: Ending the Confusion Between Genetics and Genomics

By Joe Veltmann PhD FAAIM DCCN and Roberta (Bobbi) Kline MD FACOG The era of genomic medicine has reached a tipping point.  Thousands of healthcare professionals in the US and around the world are using the concepts and principles of the “omics” revolution to personalize prevention and treatment strategies. Every month, it seems, the suffix […]

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