Is Disease Hereditary?

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I have been speaking as a health professional since 1994 on topics related to natural supplements, drugs, clinical information, nutrigenomics and health to audiences that have ranged from the FDA to third-world villages. I have spoken to diverse audiences including:

  • the Federal Drug Administration consumer drug information panel
  • weight loss support groups
  • clinicians groups
  • retirement groups (eg, local chapters of AARP)
  • lifetime health organizations
  • consumers
  • information systems user groups
  • co-workers in various industries
  • third-world communities in the Dominican Republic

on many topics that have included the following:

  • healthy eating and the Whole30
  • developing a healthy nutrition plan that works for a range of individuals
  • natural supplement and drug interactions
  • elements for creating useful consumer drug information
  • clinical topics for continuing medical and pharmacy education
  • pharmacodynamics (how drugs work in the body)
  • use of clinical information databases
  • community sanitation.

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Please contact me if you are interested in hiring an experienced health and nutrition consultant to speak to your organization about healthy eating, nutrigenomics or on a topic tailored more specifically to meet your needs. Although the majority of my speaking engagements have been in the US, I welcome all opportunities.

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Also, by implementing eating habit changes, you assume certain risks inherent to nutrition programs.  You should not begin a program or implement changes if you have physical or psychological issues which make changes in your dietary regimen dangerous.  If you are obese, on medication, or have any health condition, you should consult with your doctor before beginning any nutrition changes. 

The entire contents of this website are based upon the opinions of Dr. Renée Rivard, unless otherwise noted.  Individual articles are based upon the opinions of Dr. Renée Rivard, who retains the copyright as marked. The information on this website is not intended to replace a relationship with a qualified health-care professional and is not intended as medical advice. It is intended as a sharing of the knowledge and information from evaluation of the medical literature and the experience of Dr. Rivard. Dr. Rivard encourages you to make your own health-care decisions based upon your research and in partnership with a qualified health-care professional.
 

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