No time to read this? Click here to attend the “Dirty Genes Summit” as my guest. This is HOW you change your health: Depression, Cancer, Dementia, Anxiety, Parkinson’s, Autoimmunity, MTHFR, sleep, diet, mindset… your genes are alive and adjustable. https://fd147.isrefer.com/go/DGSummit/Jjmmgott



Dear Followers,

If you have been following me for awhile or know me, you know that genes specifically nutrigenomics or how we can affect the genes we were given through nutrition and lifestyle is something I have been studying and training in for awhile.  I think it is one of the key pieces to a personalized nutrition plan for optimal health. Dr. Ben Lynch is one of the leaders in this field making this information accessible to the public.  I highly recommend this free talk if it is something you have been curious about.  This line up of speakers is absolutely fantastic.

 

Even if you’ve attended other genetic trainings, you were probably left with a LOT of questions. This event answers them. #1. DNA doesn’t change, but GENETIC expression (which means your health, right now and down the road) does.

 

This event is Dr. Ben Lynch’s answer to support you with FIFTY powerful experts to answer your genetic questions on nutrition, mental health, genetic expression, testing (like 23andMe) and so much more. (See the entire list of speakers under the PS.)

No. You are not a victim of circumstance… born with bad genes, destined to die of whatever your family health inheritance has genetically bequeathed you.

No. Your DNA does not change, but the way it is expressed in your genes is unique – and it can change throughout your life.

Knowing how to create that change? THAT is vitally important.

My good friend, Dr. Ben Lynch has gathered dozens of the highest experts together to support this quest in his upcoming Dirty Genes Summit.

FACT: Environmental factors (some of which may surprise you) create memory patterns withinyour cells, and….

FACT: This can be passed along to future generations.  So your choices can help – or harm – your children and grandchildren.

FACT: YOU are in charge: what you eat, how you live, and the decisions you make can either “dirty” your genes or “clean” them.

Your genes can be turned off or on. This event will teach:

  • How Do Your Genes Impact You?

  • Cleaning Your Genes With Food

  • Your Genes and Your Mental Health

  • Altering Your Genetic Expression

  • The Building Blocks of Healthy Families (and generations!)

  • Understanding How Your Genes Work

  • Genetic Testing and How to Clean Up Your Genes for the Long Term

Click here to sign up today and begin a NEW experience of your health – and life. https://fd147.isrefer.com/go/DGSummit/Jjmmgott

 

To a full and happy journey,

 

Michelle Gottfried

Personalized Nutrition

 

PS: Click here to join the “Dirty Genes Summit” – No cost, PRICELESS info.

 

Day 1 – Jan 22 – How Do Your Genes Impact You?

 

Ben Lynch, ND: Dirty Genes Can Be Cleaned

Sachin Patel, DC: Reaching Your Epigenetic Potential

Peter Osborne, DC, CNCB: The Genetics of Gluten Sensitivity

Joseph Pizzorno, ND: How Heavy Metals Impact Your Genes

Dr. David Brady, ND: Microbiome, GI Lab Testing and Your Brain

Rachel Pachivas: Skincare, Protecting Your Largest Organ

Partha Nandi, MD: Genes Do Not Define You

 

Day 2 – Jan 23 – Clean Your Genes With Food

 

Tom O’Bryan, DC, CCN, DACBN: Fixing Your Genetic Weak Links

Tom Malterre, MS, CN: Know What You Can Eat

Yasmina Ykelenstam: Histamine Intolerance: How to Manage & Thrive

Michael T. Murray, ND: The Role of Food in Genetics

Jillian Sarno Teta, ND: Digestion and a Healthy Gut Made Simple

Brad Kearns: Peak Performance For All – Safely

Andrea Nakayama, FNLP, MSN, CNC, CNE, CHHC: Mastering Epigenetics

Alessandro Feretti: Ketogenic Diet and Intermittent Fasting

 

Day 3 – Jan 24 – Genes and Your Mental Health

 

Alan Christianson, NMD: Adrenal Dysfunction: Warning Signs & Tools

Deanna Minich, PhD, FACN, CNS: Color Influences Your Genes

Sean Croxton: Starting New and Finding Who You Are

Patrick McKeown: Breathing Tricks to Clean Your Genes

Jared Skowron, ND: ADHD, Autism and Hope

Special Bonus! Tom O’Bryan, DC, CCN, DACBN: Alzheimer’s, APOE and Dementia: Helping You Prevent Cognitive Decline

Day 4 – Jan 25 – Altering Your Genetic Expression

Chris Kresser, M.S., L.Ac: Chronic Disease Mindset Shifts

Jody Stanislaw, ND: Blood Sugar Balancing Techniques

Michael Breus, PhD: Sleep Transforms You

Ben Greenfield: Peak Physical Health Made Efficient and Easy

Shawn Stevenson: Fix Your Sleep to Fix Your Health

Dr. Darin Ingels, ND, FAAEM : Lyme Disease and Coinfections

Dr. Laurie Mischley, ND, MPH, PhD: Parkinson’s Can Be Helped

Day 5 – Jan 26 – The Building Blocks of Healthy Families

 

David Berger, MD: Autism: Prevention and Intervention

Katie Wells: Self-Care For You and Your Family

Dr. Erica Peirson, ND: Special Needs Kids Can Heal, Too

Nicholas Pineault: EMFs and Our Health

Paul Thomas, MD: Vaccinations Done Safely

Ryan & Hilary Lampers, ND: Family Hunting and Gathering

Sarah Morgan: Pre-Conception & Pregnancy Nutrition and Genetics

Suzi Swope: The Green Lifestyle Anyone Can Afford

Day 6 – Jan 27 – Understanding How Your Genes Work

 

Sara Gottfried, MD: Hormones, Genetic Variants, and Stress

Paul Anderson, NMD: Cancer is Not What You Think

Mike Mutzel: High Intensity Exercise Pitfalls to Avoid

Magdalena Wszelaki: Hormones Are Affected By Your Food

Eric Balcavage, DC, CNS, CFMP, BCIM: SIBO Treatments Are Missing This

Lyn Patrick, ND: Fatty Liver Disease: Causes, Testing, and Treatments

Day 7 – Jan 28 – Genetic Testing and How to Clean Up Your Genes for the Long Term

Elizma Lambert, ND: What Lab Results Really Tell You

Carrie Jones, ND, MPH: Hormone Testing Made Easy

Jess Armine, DC, RN: Chronically Ill? Why You May Not Be Improving

Bernarda Zenker, MD: Symptoms Are Caused By These

Shelese Pratt, ND: How Genetic Testing Should be Interpreted

James Maskell: The Future of Healthcare: Affordability, Education & Sustainability

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