Integrated Genetic Case Studies: Demonstrating the critical role of integrating individual genes together via case studies
Wednesday, November 23, 2022
John Donne wrote: “No man is an island entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main.” And no gene is an island. For example, while FTO is an important metabolic gene, to use it alone in one’s interpretation is a substantial oversimplification and would, in most cases, lead to inaccurate recommendations for diet and supplements. As another example, when considering prevention or treatment of diabetes, we need to consider genes that impact the production of receptor-blocking inflammatory adipokines, or genes that influence neurochemical balance within the autonomic nervous system. Patients invariably present with variant SNPS in several different categories such as cardiovascular, metabolic, neurochemistry and immunity. How do we begin to analyze and integrate several genes to provide practical advice and treatment?
This lecture will provide in-depth illustrative examples via case studies of genetic SNP integration as it relates to interpretation and therapy. The webinar will highlight key analysis and treatment protocols that make genetics an easier and more therapeutic part of your practice.
- Learn which specific SNPs to look at when a patient presents with multiple SNPs in multiple areas
- Learn which are the key SNPs that influence most other SNP expression
- Learn how to evaluate and integrate different categories of SNPs together to create more therapeutic and complete treatment protocols
- Learn how treating one set of SNPs may positively or negatively affect another set of SNPs
- Learn treatment protocols using natural supplements, diet, and lifestyle changes to treat the combination of genes
- All of this will be demonstrated through continual case studies
A .pdf file will be emailed prior to the live webinar.