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The Cardiovascular, Neurological and Detoxification Implications of Specific Genetic SNPs, Methylation Derangements and Amino Acid Deficiencies

The Cardiovascular, Neurological and Detoxification Implications of Specific Genetic SNPs, Methylation Derangements and Amino Acid Deficiencies

The Cardiovascular, Neurological and Detoxification Implications of Specific Genetic SNPs, Methylation Derangements and Amino Acid Deficiencies

Alan L. Miller, ND
Alan L. Miller, ND
on behalf of National University of Health Sciences

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Launch date: 29 Jan 2016
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Last updated: 16 Jan 2018

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Varsovia Sanotliva (28 Jan 2018)
The information is very technical and it would be very helpful to have notes attached to the seminar and be able to see his slides. The sound system needs work too as well as the focusing of the important material. I see a pattern in the lectures were they have these problems. For on line courses which we are buying the speakers should be mandatory to have notes attached and for visual they should focus on the slides and a small window for the speakers. I hope this help you help us. It was very difficult for me to hear this lecture and be able to understand it all. I wish I would have because it is cutting edge information.

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Everybody has unique genetic characteristics that help make up who they are, how they function, and their predispositions to health challenges. Over 50-­‐percent of your patients may have genetic enzyme polymorphisms that affect cardiovascular health, brain health, neurological health, hormone metabolism, reproductive health, anxiety/depression, and detoxification. At the center of these issues is methylation – the simple transfer of one carbon atom and three hydrogens from one substance to another. When methylation processes are decreased by genetics or epigenetics many bodily systems can be affected. Learn how to best assess your patients for methylation deficits, interpret genetic tests, and provide more targeted treatments.

Dr. Alan Miller has been researching, writing, and lecturing about methylation and methylation- related issues for over 15 years (long before it became the hot topic it is today). You will enjoy his fascinating presentation on this area of health.



This lecture was part of the 2014 ILANP Annual Conference Proceedings held on October 11 and 12, 2014 at National University of Health Sciences
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This course is valid for continuing education credit in the following states, so long as it falls within the scope of practice as outlined by the corresponding chiropractic state board:
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This course is valid for continuing education credit in the following states, so long as it falls within the scope of practice as outlined by the corresponding naturopathic state board:
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Objectives

Objective 1
Understand the various biochemical pathways affecting folate, B12, SAMe, Methylation, and their clinical implications
Objective 2
Gain a better understanding about methylation, nutrigenomics, and suplementation
Objective 3
Learn why it is important to assess and address methylation issues in neurological, cardiovascular, detox, and mood conditions.
Objective 4
Explore diet, lifestyle, and supplementation tools to address genetic polymorphisms.
Alan L. Miller, ND

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Alan L. Miller, ND
on behalf of National University of Health Sciences

Dr. Alan Miller has 25 years of experience as a naturopathic physician in the areas of clinical practice, clinical research, writing, education, formulation, product development, and technical support

For the past 21 years Dr. Miller has worked for Thorne where he is currently Executive Director, Medical Education. He is Senior Editor of Alternative Medicine Review, a peer-­ reviewed, MEDLINE-­‐indexed medical journal published by Thorne Research. Alan is Chief Medical Editor of the book, Alternative Medicine Review Monographs: Volume One, has authored over 20 scientific papers, is a contributing author to Pizzorno and Murray’s Textbook of Natural Medicine, and has lectured on CAM topics at medical conferences around the world.

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Varsovia Sanotliva (28 Jan 2018)
The information is very technical and it would be very helpful to have notes attached to the seminar and be able to see his slides. The sound system needs work too as well as the focusing of the important material. I see a pattern in the lectures were they have these problems. For on line courses which we are buying the speakers should be mandatory to have notes attached and for visual they should focus on the slides and a small window for the speakers. I hope this help you help us. It was very difficult for me to hear this lecture and be able to understand it all. I wish I would have because it is cutting edge information.

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