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Folic Acid Awareness Week 2015: Want Awareness? Here You Go

Optimizing the health of unborn children is my passion. I am pleased to state that January is named National Birth Defects Prevention Month by the National Birth Defects Prevention Network and the CDC. This month is broken down into four parts with each part focusing on a key component of birth defect prevention. While I […]

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DNA Testing: Is it Worth It or Too Inconsistent?

DNA testing is the new trend and everyone seems to peeking into what their DNA results uncover. Obviously, I am a proponent of genetic testing – when used correctly. When DNA testing is done improperly, people are finding inconsistencies. This leads to frustration, doubt, FDA crackdowns and a threat to future DNA testing. After months […]

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MTHFR and Thyroid Disorders

Did you know that your genes are affecting your thyroid? Whether you like it or not, genetic defects are at work in your body, directly or indirectly interfering with thyroid production.  In this enlightening and informative presentation, Dr Lynch and Dr Christianson delve into an area of medicine called ‘methylation’ and ‘nutrigenomics.’ Be sure to […]

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Two Day Seminar on MTHFR, Methylation and Clinical Nutrigenomics

On October 12 – 13, 2013, Bastyr University is hosting me for a full two day seminar on the topic of “Methylation & Clinical Nutrigenomics: Individualized Medicine at Its Best“ I am very excited about this as it will be the first time I have 15 entire hours to present this material instead of the […]

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MTHFR Test Options? Oral Swab, Blood Test or Saliva

Now that MTHFR is gaining awareness, more options for testing are popping up. Why? It is the easiest and fastest and – more importantly – it may be covered by your insurance. If your healthcare professional will not do the MTHFR Test, then there are three options for you that I trust. The three options […]

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