To test, or not to test for ApoE4? Nutritional Genomics Consultant Dr Sasja Beetstra-Hill guides us through the specifics of the ApoE4 gene and its relationship to Alzheimer's Disease.
Today we talk to Alessandra Edwards about testing and technology to guide us in personalising patient treatments.
Prof Michael Fenech shares with us the mechanisms of DNA damage and the role that the assessment of micronuclei may play in evaluating a person's genetic status
The message from Dr Yael Joffe is clear; jump on board and learn about genetics and genomics, because it's the future of how we will deliver healthcare
Christine first takes us back basics in genetics, before diving deeper into epigenetics and gene expression effects of the foods we eat, the microbiome and the influence our genes have on...
Elizma Lambert is a complex-case detective who enjoys identifying patterns in her patients' signs and symptoms, genetics, environment and functional testing.
Carolyn Ledowsky shares how MTHFR SNPs first came on her radar and how it changed the way she practiced and opened up the world of interpreting genetic results to maximise clinical outcomes.
We are joined by leading keto nutrition expert, Dr Dominic D'Agostino to take us through who therapetic ketosis may be indicated for and why certain individuals see no benefit?
Dr Jay Lombard is an internationally acclaimed neurologist, author, and keynote speaker. Today Dr Lombard shares insights into genetics and mental health.
What can our genes tell us about what foods we should consume? Meet Amanda Archibald, the dietician who is pioneering this area of nutrigenomics.
Dr Denise Furness shares how she incorporates genetic information into her clinical practice.