Medicine & Targeted Nutrition Therapy with Gene Screening – Part 1: Nutrigenomics and Precision Medicine presented by Michael Nova, MD

Dr. Michael Nova, Chief Innovation Officer of Pathway Genomics, discusses precision medicine with nutrigenomics. Nutrigenomics is the study of the interaction of nutrition and genes, particularly as it relates to disease treatment and prevention.

Nutrigenomics are most often used by clinicians who work in weight management, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cognition, Celiac’s Disease, gastrointestinal discomfort, cancer, and in sports performance. Ensuring that patients, consumers, and clinicians know how to change their behavior once they learn about their genetic risks is crucial. Without effective education, the impressive outcomes associated with epigenetic therapy may not be realized.

Follow along with Dr. Nova’s webinar for more on the role of genetic sequencing and long-term health outcomes.

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