• 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’

Pathway Planner Clinical Application Course


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Learn to apply the Pathway Planner to evaluate clinically relevant SNPs

Dr. Ben Lynch will show you how to apply the Pathway Planner tool to identify enzymatic imbalances related to clinically relevant SNPs and to make sense of genetic reports your patient brings to your office.

Originally presented at SHEICON2015, this Pathway Planner course will help you understand how to effectively use the Pathway Planners.

With this clinical tool, you will be able to correlate clinical symptoms with increased or decreased enzymatic activity. You will also be able to identify the nutritional and environmental factors affecting these pathways, allowing you to create individualized treatment strategies for your patient.

Why use the Pathway Planners?

  1. Understand ‘Why’
  2. Ability to “see” your patient’s personal ‘map’
  3. Ability to lay out a more targeted treatment plan
  4. Less guessing
  5. Stimulate thinking
  6. Stimulate creativity
  7. Discover patterns
  8. Inform the patient
  9. Increase patient compliance
  10. Troubleshoot complex cases
  11. Apply lab results real-time to the pathways
  12. Effective for many complex – and simple – conditions
  13. Reference vs memorization
  14. Understand gene control regardless of SNP status
  15. Identify ways to bypass/reduce the burden of genetic polymorphisms

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