Podcast: Ending the Confusion Between Genetics and Genomics

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. By Joe Veltmann PhD FAAIM DCCN and Roberta (Bobbi) Kline MD FACOG EveryRead …

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Two Studies with Full Text Downloads on Genetic Variants and Their Health Associations

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The following are studies with full text downloads that focus on genetic variants and how they affect serum concentrations of important nutrients, such as lycopene, selenium and others. A Common Variant in the SETD7 Gene Predicts Serum Lycopene Concentrations By Christopher R. D’Adamo, et al published in J. Nutrients, Feb.Read …

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Culinary Genomics: Combining Genomic Medicine with the Culinary Arts

Many of you may be reading the term “Culinary Genomics” for the first time.  You might be wondering who coined the term, what does it mean and how does it relate to genomic medicine. Let’s first deconstruct term, then we will give you a working definition and a specific exampleRead …

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Webinar: Nutrigenomics and Federal Dietary Guidelines?

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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.Read …

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