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myDNAhealth: Nutritional Genomics Clinical Application in Conversation
November 5, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Nutritional Genomics Clinical Application in Conversation
Dr Eve Pearce PHD, Ireland-based nutritional practitioner Niamh Burke and Magda Puchalka, MSc Nutrigenomics & Personalised Nutrition will discuss how nutritional genomics has been valuable in a real-life case study.
Precision nutrition, sometimes called personalised nutrition or nutritional genetics, is the opposite to one-size-fits-all dietary approaches —individuals receive diets tailored to their personal biology allowing them to eat for their genes.
If you want to better understand how you can apply precision nutrition to support an individual’s health, grab a coffee or lunch and join the live discussion.
Live Zoom: Using Nutritional Genomics in an Online Digital Platform
When: 5th November 2020, 12.00 to 13.00 GMT
Format: Discussion with slides (45 minutes + 15 minutes questions)
CPD points: 1
In this live session, you will:
- Discover how the Optimal Health report combines DNA testing with in-depth lifestyle analysis.
- See examples of common single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) integrated within a clinical case study.
- Discover how SNPs within a clinical case study have effects on nutrition and health, illustrating how genotype information can be used to inform nutritional recommendations.
- Gain confidence to interpret Optimal Health reports.