Assess, Analyze and Design SupportTM

Welcome!
 

All across the country, more and more people are turning to
inexpensive genetic testing to help find answers to their health
issues. And they’re looking for knowledgeable practitioners
who can help them make informed decisions.


We’re here to help you navigate this sometimes complex and
confusing new world. MethylGenetic Nutrition AnalysisTM
is a ground-breaking web-based software program to enhance
your practice. It will help educate you on genetics and offer
you guidance to support patients and clients nutritionally in
a systematically organized, prioritized and customized order.
This program is taking functional medicine and health care into
a new paradigm, and finding answers not available before!


Take the step today to learn how MethylGenetic Nutrition
AnalysisTM can help you Assess, Analyze and Design
SupportTM for your patients, and position your practice for the
next generation of care.


Contact Yvonne/Tree of Life at 717-466-5700
or email her at yvonnel@dnasupplementation.com and ask
to try the program FREE!

 

UPCOMING SEMINAR INFO

Now Available

MethylGenetic NutritionTM
Online Certification Course

To create an account to view
the first 3 modules free:

1. Click on the link below:
http://nutrigeneticresearch.talentlms.com/index

2. Select "Create Account."

3. Enter required information.

 

Check out the software’s unprecedented
functionality and learn more about
MethylGenetic Nutrition:

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Hear what practitioners are saying about MethylGenetic Nutrition AnalysisTM

“Bob Miller and his team are to be congratulated for the
introduction of the MethylGenetic Nutrition AnalysisTM
application. The introduction of many new metabolic
enzyme SNPs has made it difficult for a clinician to
develop a workable strategy for intervention. Bob Miller’s
app makes a complex exercise much more manageable
and logical. This has really helped me to develop and
implement a plan of action to help my patients’ navigate
the metabolic “potholes” associated with their genetic
variants contributing to disease. Thank you for this
valuable contribution to nutragenomic patient care!”

~ Wally Taylor, MD