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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    Where can I find someone dealing with nutritional genomics?

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    Looking for someone in Sydney who is dealing with this topic.
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    Peta Adams


    I am an Accredited Practising Dietitian locally born and working within the Riverina.I have a passion for helping people to achieve their nutrition goals, coaching … View Profile

    I offer nutritional genomics from Wagga Wagga new south wales. Kiama also has a dietitian offering nutritional genomics from the pharmacy.

    Alternatively contact MyGene on 0398235199 and they will be able direct you.

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    anthony Nolan

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    Thanks for your information, I have started to find out some more about it. Actually when I heard about it, I was in Kiama, on a holiday, but now nback in Sydney.

  • Melissa Adamski

    Dietitian, Nutritionist

    I am an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) and Accredited Nutritionist (AN) with a passion for food and good nutrition. I also have my own private … View Profile

    Thanks Peta for answering this question! Peta is an experienced APD using nutritional genomics testing services as one part of how she helps personalise recommendations to help people be at their healthiest.

    I am the corporate dietitian for MyGene and we offer nutritional genomic services all over Australia. As Peta mentioned please contact MyGene for your closest healthcare professional offering MyGene nutrigenetic tests as part of their services to help understand more about your health needs.
    Phone: 03 9823 5199 or 1300 694 363

  • anthony Nolan

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    Thanks, I will try and ring tomorrow.  I am very interested in this mofr myself and my wife, and a god mother, who is in hopsital already.

    I am also extrememly interested in the role food and diet have on the ratio of brain chemicals, and how by changing diet or eating certain foods at certain times, you can stem off an dark zone, etc.

    As one of the people who scored a perfect IQ score, and i mentor gifted and genius adults and kids, I see diet as one of the major players, especially as how i handle disabilities, like ADHD, dyslexia, and asphegers, through diet, and avoiding substances that set them off, or make them worse. I am already sharing some of the data I have found and look forward to finding out more..

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