Nutrigenomics is seen as the future of nutritional in healthcare. Dr Bland's presentation will review the history of nutrigenomics and its clinical significance and applications. Dublin, 21st June 2019
What you will learn
It will explore present understanding of the strengths and limitations of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) analysis. The discussion will include a clinical review of nutritional epigenomics and the role of the microbiome in modifying gene expression.
Dr Bland founded the Institute of Functional Medicine alongside his wife, was the first member of the board of Trustees of Bastyr university, founder of HealthComm International (later to become Metagenics, Inc) and founder of the Personalized Lifestyle Medicine Institute. He is an internationally renowned speaker and has authored numerous books on nutrition and health for both the general public and healthcare professionals, as well as being the principal author on over 100 peer-reviewed research papers on nutritional biochemistry and medicine.
This is NOT to be missed if you want to understand the future of nutrition and lifestyle medicine.
Registered for 6 CPD points with NTOI.
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Date and time
Friday 21st June, 2019