Explore how genes and nutrients interact to create health or disease.
This course consists of three 20 to 35-minute sessions.
An introduction to the science behind Nutritional Genomics, with clinical examples of how it can be applied in practice.
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Part 1: History Of Genetics & Genomics, the Science and SNPs
Part 2: Omics Revolutions; Methylation, Epigenetics, Nutrigenomics & Nutrigenetics; Osteoporosis Case Study
Part 3: Two More Case Histories: Breast Cancer & Heart Disease
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