Are You a Provider New to Nutrigenomics?


This rapidly evolving field is exciting. This exciting time also comes with some ambivalence. How does a practitioner discern what is true and what is speculation? The genome is massive. How do you even know if a SNP is actionable and well researched? Where does a practitioner start to learn the science of nutritional genomics in a non-intimidating method?  How do you use a nutrigenomics report in concert with a patient’s history and lab results? How do you talk with patients about genomics so it’s empowering and not overwhelming? How do you integrate into your workflow and office systems?  How do you train your staff? How do you market this service?

Ready to Map Your Integration Plan?

Schedule a 30-minute complimentary welcome meeting with Kara Ware, Nutrigenomics Coach, and map your personalized academic core principles, clinical application, business integration, and marketing plan based on your current ability. Or ask questions about PureGenomics’ new report.

Thank you so much for breaking down this overwhelming area of nutrigenomics into incremental steps rather than bombarding me with an advanced course or too much information. These incremental implementation steps are so unique.

Heather Nielsen

4-Step Integration Process


Academic education resources curated for the provider familiar with COMT & MTHFR. Learn about SNPs’ specific functions in the Trait Tutorial videos by Dr. Kelly Heim, co-creator of PureGenomics.


Learning a complex topic such as nutrigenomics and using a genetic interpretation tool can be intimidating, and it can be hard to know where to begin. Good Medicine On the Go produced its first season for providers new to nutrigenomics. We would like to engage more deeply with our listeners so we created a 2021 virtual event series to connect history + genetics + lab markers so you can feel confident applying a genetic report to your clinical decision-making.


A 30-minute coaching session to work on common questions like How do I talk with my patient so the consult is empowering and not overwhelming? How do I use a report in a patient encounter? How do I use PureGenomics to attract new patients and re-engage former patients? How do I integrate PureGenomics into my unique patient workflow?  How do I train my staff?


Good Medicine On the Go Season 3, Reimagining Marketing: Simple Steps to Build Relationships and Strengthen Your Practice, is now available! The season narrowly focuses on the first phase, and often the hardest phase of marketing.

PureGenomics is Your Genetic Interpretation Platform

PureGenomics is grounded in reliable science. The collective body of research on each marker is evaluated by a team of physicians, PhDs, and nutritionists to determine the strength of the evidence and whether the associated phenotype responds to nutritional or lifestyle factors. Each SNP in PureGenomics is assigned an evidence score that quantifies the level of supporting scientific evidence between the SNP and its associated effect. 

PureGenomics has simplified all the noise in the industry into a concise, easy-to-read report that makes genetics simplified. No longer do you have to be an expert in genetics to understand how to include this tool in your toolbox. The time to integrate this clinical decision-making tool into your practice is now, and the PureGenomics platform makes it easy to get started.

Thank you. I was struggling to use the report once it changed. It was great to see how easy it really is to interpret the new format!

Dr. Jim Cross

I am a paid advisor at Pure Encapsulations, I do not have any other conflicts of interest. All content represents the opinions of the author and does not represent the position or the opinion of the sponsor. Reference by the presenter to any specific product, process, or service by trade name, trademark, or manufacturer does not constitute or imply endorsement or recommendations by the Sponsor. The information is intended for licensed health care practitioners and is not a substitution for standard medical care. I am not a medical doctor. This information is only for educational purposes only. Practitioners are solely responsible for the care and treatment provided to their own patients.