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Gk Pro course from The Genomic Kitchen for Nutrition and Health Experts
Join Amanda Archibald on a virtual visit to the restaurant of one of Italy's emerging chefs. Connect the dots between his menu and how the ingredient he uses talk the language of our DNA. Then we'll visit the Islands of Ikaria in the Aegean Sea and Sardinia in the Mediterranean Sea and look at how their simple, traditional fare and way of life is in fact some of the best "medicine" we can take. For the final part of this webinar, we'll head back to the Dolomite region of Northern Italy (Italian Alps) for a pictorial journey through food, culture, traditions of this stunning region. Once again we'll connect the trilogy of food, traditions and cultural values to a language that can connect with our genes
Amanda Archibald
Culinary Nutrition
Recorded: Mar 24, 2016 at 05:00 pm EDT
Culinary Genomics represents a new frontier, fusing nutrition science, genomic medicine and the culinary arts. In this four part series, designed as a primer, we'll introduce you to the field of genomics, its relationship to nutrition science, and the evidence-based science that supports nutrition intervention. Then we'll step into the virtual kitchen to illustrate how recipes and meal plans can be adapted using ingredients with demonstrated nutrigenomic activity. This short course will focus on the future impact and potential of genomics and the culinary arts for nutrition, medical, health and culinary professionals. Presented by: Joe Veltmann, PhD, Roberta Kline, MD and Amanda Archibald, RD
Private Hearth to Health Training for Nutrition and Health Professionals
With Roberta Kline, MD and Joe Veltmann, PhD The recent release of the 2015 dietary guidelines generated a huge buzz among nutrition and science experts and medical communities. While some experts liked the "guiding principles" nature of the report, others found little value in the guidelines and recommendations. Perhaps the larger question to ask, is whether the one-size-fits-all dietary guidelines in this report are at odds with where medicine and nutrition are evolving--personalized and individualized nutrition, prevention and treatment programs based on a person's DNA. Join Amanda Archibald, RD (Field to Plate) in a thought-provoking interactive chat with leading experts in Nutrition Science and Genomic Medicine : Roberta Kline, MD and Joe Veltmann, PhD. (Genomic Solutions Now)
Amanda Archibald, RD with Joe Veltmann, PhD To excel or be proficient in any sport today takes practice, the right kind of equipment, adequate nutrition, motivation and a set of athletic genes. Genes that bestow power, endurance, stamina, flexibility, superior muscle fiber size and/or composition, and the ability to heal quickly from an injury are just some of the attributes elite athletes possess. In the past, whether you got these athletic genes was pretty much a roll of the dice. Today, however, with advances in genomic testing we can identify: the type of exercise (endurance versus powder) that best fits your DNA profile, the type of nutrient deficiencies you may encounter which might limit performance, how best to recover from an injury and how to achieve peak performance. Pairing functional genomics with culinary nutrition translation provides a powerful foundation for supporting athletic performance. Whether you are working with competitive athletes, weekend warriors or clients interested in improving their health through exercise, this webinar will showcase the powerful potential of functional genomics and the culinary arts.
Your DNA is your internal genetic operating system. It is the software that runs your body. Just as a computer's operating system needs thousands of lines of code to function, the human body needs DNA to code for its biological functions. And it turns out that certain foods have more influence over your genes than others. Join us to learn about some of these foods and how they talk to your genes. Then step into our virtual kitchen and watch as we show you how to prepare foods to get the best out of your own personal operating system Joe Veltmann, PhD and Amanda Archibald, RD
Are you struggling to lose weight in spite of careful calories and lots of exercise? Research tells us that you might be looking in the wrong place and running down the wrong street. Join Mary Jo FIshburn, MD to learn how the hidden "I" - inflammation and insulin - may be influencing your weight challenges and strategies for regaining control. Learn what fires up inflammation and why it may be blocking weight loss. Listen is as Dr Fishburn discusses the insulin seesaw - and how it works against your weight. Then walk into the kitchen with Amanda Archibald, RD and watch as we translate science to the plate.
Hearing a lot about detox and cleanse? Fad, fiction, dangerous or relevant? This two part series will cut to the chase and provides you with answers and strategies your may be looking for. LEARN Detoxing and cleansing: the difference, the purpose and the benefits How to use food to re-set your metabolism and overall well-being The health benefits of a detox and when/how to detox versus cleanse How to prepare your body for a smooth and easy detox. KITCHEN D.I.Y Which foods naturally support detoxification and cleansing in your body Simple ways to incorporate them into a simple eating framework for cleansing or detox. Deep clean soups, grab-and-go salads, smoothies with a cleansing punch With Functional Nutrition Expert, Meryl Brandwein, RD and Culinary Nutrition Expert, Amanda Archibald, RD