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Functional Medicine Clinical Nutritionist
I am functional medicine nutritionist and lifestyle transformation specialist who is passionate about educating, guiding, coaching and assisting clients in finding balance in their life.

Most recently, I had the unique opportunity of working for several years with Dr. Mark Hyman and his medical team at the UltraWellness center in Lenox, Massachusetts. Working with hundreds of diverse patients at this premier functional medicine center offered me a wealth of experience and knowledge.

I am happy to be able to share this as an integral part my collective knowledge with my clients. My approach looks ...See All
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Thu Mar 24 2016 at 05:00 pm EDT
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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
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