- “What I admire about Dr. Ben Lynch is his ability to speak his truth and to blaze trails within nutritional medicine, genes, and epigenetics.”
– Deanna Minich, PhD, author of Whole Detox
- “Dr. Ben Lynch is my go-to resource for helping people understand how to get the most from their genes.”
– Dr. Izabella Wentz, Pharmacist and NY Times Bestselling author of Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis
- “Dr. Ben Lynch is widely considered by the medical community to be the authority on gene variations.”
– Alan Christianson, NMD, NY Times Bestselling author of The Adrenal Reset Diet and founder of Integrative Health Care
- “In a sea of health information, Dr. Ben Lynch stands as one of the few expert clinicians who marries his pioneering scientific analysis with deep compassion and a true desire to help the chronically ill find vitality. He stands as a beacon of hope for so many who have gotten lost in the halls of conventional medicine.”
– Kelly Brogan, MD, NY Times Bestselling author of ‘A Mind of Your Own’
Applying Genetics in Pediatrics
Want to see the Pathway Planner in action?
In this 4 hour comprehensive course, you will not only learn about how genes function and interact, but also how to practically connect the dots through step-by-step case studies.
If you’ve watched the course, Practical Clinical Application of Methylation and Epigenetics then consider Applying Genetics in Pediatrics the sequel.
Dr. Lynch connects the dots between biochemistry and clinical application, providing the steps and thought process used to approach patient cases.
In this course, you will learn:
- How to interpret gene-to-gene function
- How to understand the impact of epigenetics on gene control
- Gain insight on how the disease process affects gene function
- How to quickly identify which areas are affecting your patient
- How to quickly identify potential starting points
- Genetic Control
- Where are many starting?
- Why are they starting here?
- Where to start?
- How to fix it?
- Clinical Application – how to use the Pathway Planners
- Case Studies
- Cell Danger Response – attack or defense?
- NaDH Test – mitochondria functioning?