Module 5: Personalizing Approaches to Inflammation Using Genomic Medicine

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Explores the other major contributor to chronic disease: inflammation.

In this Module, we’ll explore the immune system – both innate and adaptive, along with new insight into the impact of cell signaling and the impact of genes, including the master role of NF-KB. Here you’ll bring forth what you’ve learned in Module 4 about the oxidative stress response, and see why you cannot discuss inflammation without oxidative stress.

Learning Objectives

• Immune System Review.
• Genes Associated with Immune Function.
• Pro-inflammatory vs Anti-inflammatory Cytokines and Examples of Nutrigenomic Interventions.
• Autoimmune Disorders and Examples of Nutrigenomic Interventions.
• Laboratory Testing and Biomarkers.
• Case Studies.

The instructors for this program are Joe Veltmann, PhD FAAIM DCCN and Roberta Kline MD.

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All materials provided in this course are protected by copyright, and use of materials for commercial purposes, removal of copyright statements, sharing by copying, electronic transmission, or by any other means without written consent is strictly prohibited. You may use appropriate materials for clinical use with clients and patients.

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