• 01:45

    How to read your 23andme without going crazy!!! Part Deux!

    in Health

    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!
     

  • 01:01

    How To Read Your 23andme...without going crazy!!! Part the First!

    in Health

    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 or rs#s.......Arrrrgh!!!! What the heck is going on?!!!!   What does all this mean?!!!!


    This Monday, 12/19/13, 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!


    There will be a pdf to follow along....This podcast is one you don't want to miss!!!


    Tell your friends!!!!!

  • 01:32

    An Interview with Steven R. Gundry, M.D., APOE, Alzheimer's, Diet, Heart

    in Health

    Join us on Monday 1/12/15 at 8PM (eastern) when Dr. Jess Armine has the special privilege of interviewing Dr. Steven Gundry! 


    Steven R. Gundry, M.D., is a cum laude graduate of Yale University with special honors in Human Biological and Social Evolution. After graduating Alpha Omega Alpha from the Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine. After many years as a Cardio-Thoracic surgeon, inventor, and pioneer in the field of xenotransplantation as well as robotic surgery, Dr. Gundry turned his considerable talents to the prevention of disease.


    No longer satisfied with repairing the damage of chronic diseases, since 2002, Dr. Gundry founded and has served as Medical Director of The International Heart and Lung Institute in Palm Springs, California, which serves patients referred from across the nation. He is also Founder and Director of The Center for Restorative Medicine, part of the Institute. Its mission is to prevent and reverse the chronic diseases of “aging” with diet and nutriceutical interventions, using surgical intervention for heart and vascular disease as a last resort.


    He is also the author of more than three hundred articles, chapters, and abstracts in peer-reviewed journals on surgical, immunology, genetic, nutrition, and lipid investigations.


    He is the recognized international expert in fats and lipids and the relationship of the APOE gene to heart disease, Alzheimer's and neurodegenerative disorders.


    We are honored to have Dr. Gundry on our show!


    This one is not to me missed people...tell your friends!


     


     

  • 02:00

    Roundtable Discussion - 23andMe Saves Lives!

    in Health

    Cynthia Smith, Shawn Bean & Michael Gruttadauria will be talking about the importance of 23andMe and it's role in healthcare and how it is saving lives.

    View our medical disclaimer at the bottom of every page on our website.

  • 01:52

    GMOs and Genetics - Roundup Behind Our Health Crisis

    in Health

    Dr. Stephanie Seneff is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Why should this matter to you? Because she has found the link between genes and the severity of health problems following GMO exposure. The best of all is that the genes she'll uncover are available on both 23andMe and Sterling's App. Her belief is that perhaps the worst problem with GMO foods it that they lead to increased use of toxic herbicides. The widespread adoption of Roundup Ready crops has directly led to much greater use of Roundup, which is making its way to our dinner table.  Contrary to popular belief, Roundup is toxic to humans. A remarkable number of modern diseases are rising in incidence in step with Roundup's increased usage on crops, and she believes she can explain the underlying mechanisms by which Roundup is contributing to these disease epidemics. To emphasise the seriousness of this, some might react to Roundup with only small effects, while others with a different gene profile experience life threatening health conditions and autoimmune reactions.

    Dr. Stephanie Seneff's background info:


    Stephanie Seneff has a Bachelor's degree from MIT in biology with a minor in food and nutrition, and a PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, also from MIT. Her research over the past decade has focused on understanding the effects of certain environmental toxicants, such as aluminum and glyphosate, on human physiology. She proposes that a low-micronutrient, high-carbohydrate diet, combined with excess exposure to environmental toxicants, and insufficient sunlight exposure to the skin and eyes, play a crucial role in many modern conditions and diseases, including heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, gastrointestinal problems, Alzheimer's disease and autism.

  • 01:19

    MTHFR & Methylation...What's the Big Deal?!!! A Primer

    in Health

    Still confused about MTHFR andf Methyation?


    Wondering what it's all about? What's the big deal?


    Need to know if MTHFR is affecting you? Do you need methylation support?


    This week's show is for you!!!!
     


    On Monday, 9/8/14 at 8PM Eastern, Dr. Armine will give a primer on MTHFR and Methylation. He will cover the basic aspects of this important area of genetics and put MTHFR/methylation into perspective as part of your entire health picture.


    This will shock some, inform others and empower all! Join us and learn!


    Also, learn why we changed our name and learn ABOUT THE UPCOMING SEMINAR IN METHYLATION AND BIO-INDIVIDUALIZED MEDICINE!!!

  • 01:32

    Ask The Methylation Experts!!!! Open Mic Night!

    in Health

    Still confused about your 23andme?


    Dr. Armine's lecture last week didn't answer all your questions?


    Here's your Chance!!!


     


    On 7/14/14 at 8pm EST we will have an expert panel that will answer all your tough questions on methylation, MTHFR and Bio-Individualized Medicine!!!!


    Our panel will consist of  Dr. Jess Armine, Shawn Bean and Cynthia Smith.


     


    And, A SPECIAL GUEST, Dr. Ben Lynch promises to make a cameo appearance!!!


    This show is NOT TO BE MISSED!!!!  Call in...ask your questions, chat and get answers.  See you then!


     



     

  • 01:17

    DNA Issues with Shannon Christmas

    in History

    Have you just received your results and have no idea how to analyze them? What do you know about Identical by Descent (IBD) and Identical by State( IBS)?  Have you lowered the threshold on your DNA matches and discovered that you match everyone?  Should you do this and is it a valid indicator for identifying matches? 


    Shannon Christmas will discuss how DNA analysis, when used in concert with traditional genealogical research methods, can help family historians overcome challenges unique to genealogy research.  He will also answer your burning questions concerning the various DNA test.


    Shannon Christmas is an experienced genealogist specializing in genetic, colonial American, and African-American genealogy in Virginia and the Carolinas. He serves as a 23andMe Ancestry Ambassador, administrator of The Captain Thomas Graves of Jamestown Autosomal DNA Project, co-administrator of The Hemings-Jefferson-Wayles-Eppes Autosomal DNA Project, and blogger of Through The Trees, “a didactic guide to new tools and technologies for genealogy” (http://throughthetreesblog.tumblr.com/). Shannon has a special interest in harnessing the power of autosomal DNA to verify and extend pedigrees, assess the veracity of oral history, and reconstruct ancestral genomes. A trained urban planning and real estate consultant, Shannon has a Bachelor of Arts in Government from Harvard University and a Masters in City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


    Join Shannon Christmas and other experts at the 2014 International Genetic Conference - http://i4gg.org

  • 01:10

    DNA Basics for Genealogists with Emily Aulicino

    in History

    Emily Aulicino, author of Genetic Genealogy: The Basics and Beyond, will join Jane this evening. Emily will explain some of the foundations of DNA testing for genealogy, discuss the purposes of the different DNA tests, and talk about some of the features the three main autosomal DNA testing companies (23andMe, AncestryDNA, and Family Tree DNA/FTDNA)  offer to aid genealogists. She'll give us an overview of her book, telling us what we'll discover, and most importantly, she'll give us some examples of how DNA testing solved genealogical mysteries.


    Find Emily's book here: http://dna-explained.com/2014/01/24/genetic-genealogy-the-basics-and-beyond-by-emily-aulicino/


    Find Emily's blog here: http://genealem-geneticgenealogy.blogspot.com/


     

  • 00:33

    Derek Khanna on Real Free Market Policy

    in Self Help

    Michael and Derek Khanna, Yale Information Society Project Fellow, talk about Derek’s Piece in the American Conservative called The Party of Innovation.


    The article encourages the Republicans to embrace what Khanna calls “real free market policies” to foster in a new revolution in tech in the American marketplace.  Khanna advocates free markets as a path toward economic growth.  He encourages big “disruptive” innovations, like Tesla stirring up the automative industry, and Uber challenging the taxi establishment.


    Khanna tells the tale of Outbox, a start-up that offered a service digital scanning and email paper mail for consumers.  Eventually, as they grew, the Post Office stepped in and quashed the start-up.


    23andMe was a company that analyzed DNA for $100 and told individuals what their genome indicated.  They got a letter from the FDA saying that they were diagnosing people and needed to cut it out.


    Derek saw how mobile phones were tethered to carriers as a slap in the face of the free market.  Some legal barriers arose to prevent consumers from switching handsets between carriers.  Copyright, it seems, has been used to stifle innovation, so Khanna is fighting to make sure these kinds of rules aimed at protecting content creators aren’t used to stifle innovation.

  • 01:00

    How To Read Your 23andme...without going crazy!!! Part the Second!

    in Health

    Dr. Jess Armine continues his talk on how to read your genetic profile. This part will include MTHFR, MTR, MTRR, as well as the entire mitochondrial function.


    Have your genetic profile in hand and follow along with the provided pdf file.


    We will leave 20 min at the end for questions and answers.


    The archive for Part 1 will be on Dr. Armine's website. www.bio-individualmed.com or www.drjessarmine.com

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