June 17, 2015
Presented by Kelly Heim, Ph.D. and Nathan Morris, M.D.
Testing for common genetic variations enables practitioners to more effectively treat patients and their individual needs. Over half of the population carries genetic variations known as single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) that affect the methylation pathway. However, genetic test results are difficult to interpret and translate to effective nutritional support. In this webinar, functional medicine practitioner Nathan Morris, M.D. and pharmacologist Kelly Heim, Ph.D. will define 8 clinically important methylation SNPs that collectively affect over 50% of the population. Learn how to use PureGenomics®, a dynamic practitioner-exclusive website application that receives 23andMe® test results, identifies key methylation SNPs, and translates results into specific nutritional supplement recommendations from the PureGenomics™ product platform. A live tutorial will demonstrate how easy it is to log in, manage patients, view and download reports, and select targeted supplements with precision and confidence.‡