Nutrigenomics - The Genetic Connection of Your DNA, Your Lifestyle & Your Health

“Is caffeine good for me? Does salt affect my blood pressure? Which is best for me -running or lifting weights? Are the foods I eat giving my body the nutrient it needs?  Why can’t I lose weight?  … ” You have your reasons for wanting to get answers.

In recent years, scientists have discovered that small variations in your genes can influence how well your body metabolizes food, uses nutrients, and cleanses damaging toxins.  This interaction between genes, diet and lifestyle is referred to as nutrigenomics – the study of nutrition and genes. 

Your health is a direct result of interactions between your genes and lifestyle factors such as diet, exercise, stress, smoking, and alcohol. In the seminar, you will learn how the interactions affect the area of health in Detoxification, Inflammation, Heart Health, Alcohol Metabolism, Bone Health, Insulin Resistance, Fitness and Weight Management.

It is time to make informed decisions about your health - no more guesswork, just facts.

Come to join us for a free and informative seminar on the newest science.




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  • A former member
    A former member

    Dr. Wen.
    I won't be going to the Tuesday p.m. presentation.
    I'll wait for the future seminars at West Gate.
    A matter of convenience, and avoiding Mo Pac.
    Thanks
    Dr. John Michael Strain

    September 14

  • Dr. W.

    For south location, there will be seminars on the AOMA West Gate campus in the future. I have hard time getting permission to use the meeting room at the Hampton branch library.

    September 13

  • A former member
    A former member

    What happened to the Hampton Branch Library?????

    September 13

  • Geneva S.

    I was hoping to make this one, but I've had something come up that evening and I wouldn't make it on time. Looking forward to the next one.

    September 12

  • A former member
    A former member

    I thought the meeting was at the Hampton branch library at oak hill. I'm sorry but I can't make it since it is too far for me. Another time then. Thanks!

    September 12

  • Dr. W.

    Please note that this seminar is in the Old Quarry Library.

    September 11

  • Jing L.

    Love learning about Nutrition, Health.

    July 22, 2014

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