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Learn about "Canine Nutrigenomics" with it's co-author Dr. Jean Dodds. We'll explain what a "genome" and "epigenome" are and how our epigenome communicates with our genes and tells them how to behave.
The epigenome influences the destiny of cells in many ways, and is highly sensitive to environmental factors like what kind of food we put into our bodies. What this means is: what we eat impacts the expression of our genes- even to the point that it determines whether cells will be healthy or diseased!
We'll talk all about this topic in today's interview with Dr. Jean Dodds on The Dog Show with Julie Forbes. www.dogradioshow.com
Find Dr. Dodds online at www.hemopet.org
In this show you’ll learn:
The impact of your genes on your gut flora
Why the one-size-fits-all diet doesn’t work, and how to customize yours based on your genetics
The alphabet soup of genes that impact digestion and food effects – NERF-2, FUT, VDR, NAT, TAS1r3, MTHFR, and much more
When it comes to choosing what to eat, the literature is fraught with confusing research, statistics, and recommendations. Proponents of a variety of diet “religions” purport to have the perfect diet for all of human kind. Studies contradict themselves, and hot-under-the-collar debates separate diet factions. Confusion and overwhelm abounds, and, for many, it results in just giving up and eating what tastes good.
But what if instead of following a particular diet religion, you could, based on factors in your genetics, make smart food choices based on what’s best for your unique biochemistry?
Join Dr. Ritamarie and Donna Gates, of The Body Ecology Diet, as they help you understand about genetics with relationship to food choices. This is what a brand new science called nutrigenomics is all about.
Looking for a practitioner who can put it all together? Meet the newest addition to our referral list of Methyaltion Practitioners, Jon Cuzion!
On Monday, August 24th, 2015 at 8 pm Eastern, Dr Jess Armine will interview Jon Cuzion. I call Jon a "Renaissance Man" due to his many areas of expertise. He was once a medical doctor but found that limiting. Now he has trained in numerous areas of healing.
Jon writes in hius website (sacredsurfhealing.com):
"Your symptoms are not you, and they're not your fault...You're a multidimensional being with infinite inputs. Some of those inputs are beneficial, like clean water, soil, foods air, nature, laughter and loving relationships. And some of them are, uh, less than good, say for example, pesticides, herbicides, heavy metals, poorly prescribed medications, mean, lazy and wicked people, bacterial infested tick's, waterborne pathogens, pathogenic viruses, GMO foods, mold, fungi, polyaromatic hydrocarbons, blah, blah, blah, ad nauseum. You get it?
"After all, I can do the forensics, do the pathology, figure out the cause,-effect, symptoms, evaluate your genetic predispositions, identify pathogens, determine your neurotransmitter levels, your corticosteroids, your nutrient uptake, toxic load and reset your detoxification system, but if you have some form of hidden destruct saboteur or saboteuse within, that wants to keep doing the same old things that got you into the hole. If I'm going to commit to this, then I have to trust you to commit to your own wellness. This is what I do because I love it, and I only want to work with you if are exceedingly compassionate, non-judgmental, trusting, loving, passionate and caring to you, just as I will be."
Jon is funny, compassionate, crazy smart and we are honored to have him on the team! Join us and meet him!
Methylation, MTHFR, Nutrigenomics and epigenetics are words on everyone's lips lately. Many claim to be able to treat these, but do they really?
Methylation, MTHFR, Epigenetics and Nutrigenomics have become industry buzz words and big business. On Monday, June 22, 2015 at 8PM eastern, Dr. Jess Armine and Shawn Bean uncover the truth.
It takes years of study and clinical experience in order to understand the genes, determine their expression (if any) and their place in your overall health scenario. In fact, Bio-Individualized Medicine was created with all these aspects in mind. But...it takes effort. Many providers wanted shortcuts....and they have been accomodated!
In this podcast we will show you examples of quickie weekend courses whose sole purpose is to increase the doctors practice and sell product, uncover computer programs that look at snps and then tell providers what to prescribe, inform you of services that will look at your snps and package "snp specific" vitamins, and more.
We will tell you what to look for in a practitioner to determine if they have the expertise to treat you effectively or they are just just selling you a bill of goods.
Cynthia Smith, Shawn Bean, Michael Gruttadauria & Tim Jackson will be doing a roundtable discussion and will be talking about different genes and enviromental impacts on them and how to stop these genes from expressing.
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Got the New App from MTHFRSUPPORT.com? 50 pages!!!!! Confused?
Join us Monday night, March 23, 2015 at 8PM Eastern when Dr. Jess Armine interviews Sterling Hill-Erdei, the creator of "Sterling's App". Sterling will discuss the features of her new, robust app.
The proper interpertation of the 23andme genes can give well trained health care providers indicators as to which pathways will not "hold up" under oxidative stress, which pathways will be more easily compromised and ultimately why you won't heal. In essence, the genes will act as pointers that will shed light on the darkness of hidden illnesses. This is the best app out there.
Sterling Hill-Erdei is the quintessential expert in this arena! Join us on Monday night and learn from the best!!!
See you then!
This show will discuss successful integrative approaches to dealing with Autism including Nutrigenomics (genetically based nutrition)and behavioral interventions for all socioeconomic groups.
Our guests will be: Dr. Noah Erickson, D.C. is the founder and clinical director of Innovative Family Wellness & Dr. Noah's ARC - Autism Recovery Center -- in Boardman Ohio. He is a graduate of California University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelors Degree in Athletic Training and Logan College of Chiropractic with a Bachelors degree in Human Biology and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. In addition to chiropractic, Dr. Erickson has had advanced study and training in integrative medicine as well as in laboratory and genetically-based nutrition. This background qualifies him to address health problems using customized dietary protocols and the highest quality nutritional supplements based on specialized lab work and genetic testing. Dr. Erickson is a licensed medical acupuncturist through the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture. Dr. Erickson is one of the few practitioners in the country who specializes in Nutrigenomics: A biomedical, genetically-based treatment of autism, ADD, ADHD and related disorders.
Stephanie Saikaly MEd, BCBA, Autism Specialization, started her practice after families continued to call and request private and specific consultation programming. She loves to work with families to coach them through individualized interventions related to their unique skills and challenges. When she is not running Bridges Behavior Consulting, she teaches graduate school at the University of Pittsburgh and supervises for their Applied Behavior Analysis and Early Intervention programs. She has a passion for helping individuals and families reach their goals and specified skills in individualized programming.
When it comes to choosing what to eat, the literature is fraught with confusing research, statistics, and recommendations. Proponents of a variety of diet "religions" purport to have the perfect diet for all of human kind. Studies contradict themselves, and hot-under-the-collar debates separate diet factions. Confusion and overwhelm abounds, and, for many, it results in just giving up and eating what tastes good.
But what if instead of following a particular diet religion, you could based on factors in your genetics, and make smart food choices based on what's best for your unique biochemistry?
Understanding genetics with relationship to food choices, in a new science called nutrigenomics, is what today's show is all about
Join Dr. Ritamarie and Donna Gates, author of The Body Ecology Diet, and learn:
The impact of your genes on your gut flora
Why the one-size-fits-all diet doesn't work, and how to customize yours based on your genetics
What to do if your vitamin D receptors are suboptimal due to your genetics
The alphabet soup of genes that impact digestion and food effects - NERF-2, FUT, VDR, NAT, TAS1r3, MTHFR and much more
Genes that effect whether you do well or poorly with saturated fats, and when it's most important to eat a plant-based diet based on genetics
70 million people suffer from digestive diseases alone in the US. Find out from 32 top health experts if your gut is the cause of your issues. Sign up for The Healthy Gut Summit, a free online event, February 9-16, 2015.
If you would like to delve deep into nutrigenomics, listen to a free Google Hangout that Dr. Ritamarie did in February 2014.
We’ve heard for years about proper nutrition – which foods are good for us to eat and which ones aren’t. For those of us wanting to optimize our health, following recommendations for nutrition is a must. There’s an exciting new field called Nutrigenomics, which has strong implications for how food affects us. What is Nutrigenomics, and what can we learn from it? Diane Brandon is joined this week by Dr. Ahmed El-Sohemy, Associate Professor in Nutritional Sciences at University of Toronto. Dr. El-Sohemy specializes in Nutrigenomics and shares with us what this exciting new field has to teach us about food and what we should be eating.
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Today is part 2 of the best of the best guests we had on the show in 2014. I just want to mention that every guest we had on the show, were absolutely incredibly amazing and I am forever grateful for each one of them for being my guest and for their contribution. Today’s pic is two amazing women, first Dr. Millie Lytle. Dr. Millie is Naturopathic Doctor and Certified Nutritionist. She is anti-aging specialist and relies on functional medicine, clinical nutrition, epigenetics and nutrigenomics to be the key to health and longevity. You contact her at: www.eatingformeaning.com
Our second special pic is Dr. Judy Staveley. Dr. Staveley is a biology Professor and a triathlete. She is the Chief Editor of “The Platform Magazine”
Additionally, as a triathlete, and National Health/Fitness Specialist she assists in several community programs to initiative “health in youth sports” and is part of the USA Swimming, USA hockey and USAT organizations. For more information and to contact her, go to: www.judystaveley.com
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Let's try this again! On Monday October 13th at 8PM Eastern , We are replaying our most sucessful show....How to read your 23andme...without going crazy!! Dr. Jess Armine will go over how to read and understand the snps and give hints on how to tell if the polymorphysms are expressing in you!
I AM DOING THIS LIVE...THERE WILL BE NO MISTAKES OR GLITCHES!!!!
You have your results from 23andme, you ran the results through an application (Sterling's, Livewello's, Genetic Genie, etc.) and now you are looking at a colorful list of letters and numbers....now what? You start Google-ing the genes .......Arrrrgh!!!! What the heck is going on?!!!! What does all this mean?!!!!-----------------------------I'M GOING CRAZY!!!!!
Dr. Jess P. Armine holds licenses as a Doctor of Chiropractic and a Registered Nurse. He has been a health care provider for over 38 years. Dr. Armine is one of the few practitioners in the United States specializing in correlating the Genetic SNPs (single nucleotide polymorphisms) with Neuro-Endo-Immunology, Acquired Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Cell Wall Integrity to identify hidden imbalances and he develops INDIVIDUALIZED treatment plans specific to the history and physiology of the individual patient .
There will be a pdf to follow along....This podcast is one you don't want to miss!!! Have your own genetic profile available!! There will be time for Q&A!!
There will be surprises in store...upcoming amazing speakers!!! News about Version 2 of Sterling's App!!! News about the upcoming seminar (only a few seats left!!!)
Tell your friends!!!!! You will have time to ask the expert!
On 8/7/2013 at 7 PM Central Time nutritionist Cynthia Smith will be interviewed by Dr Jess Armine and Shawn Bean. She will speak on advances in the treatment of floxies (flouroquinilone toxicity), mitochondrial dysfunction, and a new dietary threat on the horizon....Lectins!
For our medical disclaimer, visit www.mthfrsupport.com
For more information on nutritionist Cynthia Smith visit www.lifezonewellness.com
For more information on Dr. Jess Armine visit www.drjessarmine.com
For more information on nutritionist Shawn Bean visit www.matrixhealthwell.com
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