Epigenetics / Nutrition
This talk will focus on the clinical relevance of Epigenetics.
Both from a diagnostic and treatment perspective it is critical
to understand the significance of both nutritional and environmental
influences on genetic expression. An emphasis will be put on
the dietary influences that effect children and future generations.
Gray L. Graham has been an international consultant
and teacher in the field of clinical nutrition for almost 20 years.
Gray received his Bachelor of Arts with an emphasis on Nutrition
and Natural Health from the Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA.
He was an Adjunct Professor at the South Puget Sound Community College,
where he originally developed and taught the Nutritional Therapist
Training Program. During his career, he has taught numerous seminars
on nutritional therapy to physicians and other healthcare practitioners
worldwide and is on the Advisory Board of the Price Pottenger Nutrition
Foundation (PPNF). In 2001, he founded the Nutritional Therapy Association
NTA). NTA has certified more than a 1,600 Nutritional Therapist
Practitioners (NTPs) throughout the United States.
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Source: Hawthorn University