The Genomic Kitchen for Nutrition Experts
Help Your Clients Live their Best Expression...
Understand the food gene relationship. By enhancing the integrity of ingredients through culinary techniques we can positively impact the root causes of disease, namely inflammation and oxidative stress. The answers lie in our genomics. Each individual has very personal needs when it comes to genomics and they will be looking for experts to guide them on their individual food journey and we want to bring the business to you!
The Genomic Kitchen for Nutrition Experts is structured with deeper scientific insights and educational tools for you as experts. This course will introduce you to the basics of how genes work and which foods can support our innate biochemistry. Materials feature evidence-based nutrition science, educational strategies, client teaching tools, and a master roadmap of ingredients.
Offered Live Online and Recorded June 2017
A critical matching of both cooked and raw ingredients optimize individual nutritional biochemistry. Train in the specific selection and preparation of core ingredients. Apply the expertise to preserve the critical functionality of bioactives in these ingredients that influence gene expression and functional biochemistry.
The 4 Food Groups in the Genomic Kitchen [MISE]
The ingredients included in our Culinary Toolbox are specifically chosen for their:
Demonstrated nutrigenomic activity (food gene relationship) that is evidence based and has been documented in peer reviewed science from multiple research papers
Scientifically-established influence on master genes and "sub" master genes that influence key biochemical imbalances: inflammation, oxidative stress, macronutrient metabolism
Support of core biochemical cycles that are critical to homeostasis
Evidence-based influence on gut chemistry and gut integrity
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- The connection between genes, longevity and health
- How genes work in simple terms so you can talk to your clients
- Master genes and their influence on disease and health
- The critical role of nutrients, bioactives and the ingredients that impact gene expression
- Working with ingredients in the kitchen to optimize gene expression
- Recipe selection and meal planning strategies
- Comprehensive list of supportive science and citations
- Additional reading materials
- Ready-to- go teaching materials and detailed visual nutrition roadmaps
- Food gene recipe pack
- Free one year enrollment in our GK database, searchable by individuals who have enrolled in our Genomic Kitchen courses for the public
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This is an introductory course and appropriate for nutrition experts with or without any prior knowledge of nutrigenomics. After taking this course, you will be able to assist individuals interested in eating for their genes and who are looking for further professional help to implement new foods and strategies that can help empower them in their own kitchen. Additionally, you will have a new toolbox and a new food lens for education and your practice.