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Category: Nutritional Genomics

  Why is the generic advice ‘eat right and exercise” bad advice? As practitioners, you all know it is never this simple-eat right and exercise. What works for one client can completely fail for another. Even those who “follow all the rules” or adhere to proven programs like Paleo or Keto often struggle to lose…

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  Why do some people seem unaffected by – or even able to thrive under – stress, while others suffer with depression, anxiety, or turn to unhealthy coping strategies like overeating? While no one factor can explain these differences entirely, emerging research about genetic variations can provide a big clue. Understanding the link between genetic…

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  Dr. Greenblatt shared a fascinating case study during our podcast interview. The case study was not included in our First Things First, Mental Health Episode #2 podcast. I had heard Dr. Greenblatt lecture on a patient named Larry. Larry had adopted exceptionally clean nutrition and lifestyle changes. He was eating all the right things,…

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  “Nutrigenomics is preparing the patient for a deeper commitment to functional medicine’s process and partnership.” Functional Medicine can be overwhelming to both providers and patients Functional Medicine is overwhelming to both providers and patients. The provider has been tenaciously studying the functional medicine tenants, balancing their own physical, mental and emotional health, family relationships,…

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