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Linoleic Acid Modulates HDL-cholesterol & Obesity-related Traits

A recent study in Clinical Nutrition study, published July 2017, is providing further evidence of the value of personalized nutrition and nutrigenomics. Researchers studied whether dietary linoleic acid (LA) or α-linolenic acid (ALA) can modulate the expression of genes that influence lipid and anthropometric phenotypes. This meta-analysis of 3069 French (more…) RELATED ARTICLES

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Doctor’s Agree: Climate Change is Affecting Health

Regardless of your political leanings and whether you agree with President Donald Trump’s position on the Paris Climate Accord, doctors say the climate change is affecting health. And to add, agricultural and marine experts say climate change is reducing the levels of important nutrients in our food. Both factors could (more…) RELATED ARTICLES

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Case Study: Nutrigenomics and Heart Disease

Have you considered how nutrigenomics and heart disease might be what you need for ideal integrative cardio care? In this podcast from This Week in America with Ric Bratton, Bobbi Kline MD, board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist, nutrigenomics expert and co-founder of Genoma International, discusses how nutrigenomics can play a role in uncovering (more…) RELATED ARTICLES Ending the […]

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As seen in WSJ: Nutrigenomics & culinary genomics, the next new field of medicine

A new frontier is emerging in genomic medicine and culinary arts that is destined to dramatically change the lexicon of food, human genomes and health. It’s called culinary genomics or nutrigenomics. As reported in the Wall Street Journal, this is the new frontier in medicine. Today’s Practitioner is pleased to (more…) RELATED ARTICLES OP/ED: How […]

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What Good Are the 2015 Federal Dietary Guidelines?

In this webinar and interview, Bobbi Kline MD, Joe Veltmann PhD, of Genoma International,  and Amanda Archibald, RD of Genomic Kitchen, discuss the recently released 2015 Dietary Guidelines. These three globally recognized experts in nutrition, medicine and genomics bring a much needed perspective to what is missing from the guidelines. (more…) RELATED ARTICLES OP/ED: How […]

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