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The Indoor Generation

I just returned from the first annual Environmental Toxins and Genomics Conference in Denver, CO.  Speakers included Neal Nathan MD, Joseph Merolca, DO, Stephanie Seneff, PhD, Jill Carnahan, MD, Lari Young, MD, Sandeep Gupta, MD, Robert Miller, Emily Givler and … Continue reading

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NADH-a vital nutrient many lack

NADH-nicotinamide adeneine dinucleotide is the biologically active form of niacin (B3). It acts as a biological spark, igniting cellular energy. Therefore, a persons NADH level is vital to good health. The “H” in NADH stands for high-energy hydrogen and indicates … Continue reading

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Get Ahead of the Next Big Wave in Healthcare

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A new approach to wellness-what DNA testing can tell you

With the advancement of DNA testing and measuring, a new approach to wellness is emerging. Functional Medicine focuses on finding the root causes of illness rather than focusing on and treating symptoms. DNA researchers have discovered that the root cause … Continue reading

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What your DNA can tell you and how to use this information

What your DNA can tell you and how to use this information lecture was the first lecture at Johnson Compounding and Wellness kicking off the our fall lecture series.  Almost every seat was taken.  Dr. Gary discussed what gene SNPS are, … Continue reading

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The Secrets Your DNA Holds: Genetics 101

Thanks to the advances in technology, a simple saliva test can measure 602,000 pieces of a person’s DNA. This is important because everyone has some level of genetic variation in their DNA. Because variants can impact an individual’s ability to … Continue reading

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