A revolutionary course designed to ignite change in food thinking.

Available as a self-study course Summer 2019. Contact us to be notified when the self-study is available

Next live course: Winter 2020

Help your clients live their best expression. The Genomic Kitchen Professional course provides in-depth insights into the nutrition science and educational strategies that make the concept of Culinary Genomics both revolutionary and essential to health professionals.


In this course, you will gain an understanding of the fundamentals of nutrigenomics and culinary genomics and how to use them in education and counseling in the private practice, community or institutional setting. This course will introduce you to the extensive evidence-based science behind the Genomic Kitchen's M.I.S.E. ingredient toolbox and how its ingredients optimize information for human genes, human health and longevity. Learn how food-gene interactions can influence and mitigate oxidative stress, inflammation, detoxification (biotransformation), immune response and key biochemical processes in the body. With nutrition science in hand, discover how to work with key ingredients in the kitchen to optimize the information they provide to genes and subsequently health.

Throughout the course learn how to translate nutrigenomics and culinary applications for the public in comprehensive and actionable ways, with or without genomic test information.

Parallel to the science, we review relevant components of the public Genomic Kitchen course and supporting educational materials to enhance your understanding of how we're teaching the public about genes and genomics, why we're teaching it  and some of the questions they may have for you.

As professionals, you also receive our signature nutrition education roadmap visuals that support learning and counseling. Detailed scientific references accompany course visuals, and an extensive supplemental reading guide is also included. This course also presents options to teach this program live in your community, or refer your clients to our online program. Take this course if you are interested in learning about the basics of nutrigenomics and how you can apply them today with your clients.

I am just amazed and thrilled about what I learned from the Pro Course. It was full of new and understandable information. This course was far more educational than the majority of my nutrition classes at the University level. The handouts and tools you made for us are priceless and well made. Thank you again for sharing so much of your incredible and brilliant knowledge. I am grateful.
— Sharon Brack, HHC, AADP, Director of Genetic Nutrition, Advanced Genomic Solutions

No genomic test or prior knowledge of nutrigenomics is required for you to learn and apply these principles. 

Elevate your practice and expertise to teach at the cutting edge of nutrition, medicine and the culinary arts


Learn

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  • The elements of nutrigenomics and why this field of science is changing nutrition, medicine, culinary translation and public health.

  • Master Genes: Function, how they influence health, the ingredients that support them

  • Critical Biochemical Pathways: How they work, why they are important, the role genes and key nutrients play in their function

  • M.I.S.E. Principals: What they are and how to teach them in clinical practice and public health forums

  • Step by step pairing of science and ingredients to concepts taught in The Genomic Kitchen course for individuals


Your Course Includes

  • Cutting edge evidence-based nutrition science

  • Educational strategies and teaching tools

  • A master roadmap of ingredients and comprehensive ingredient toolbox

  • Supportive nutrition roadmap tools

  • Extensive citations and references; plus additional recommended reading

  • Access to live online sessions and course recordings

CPE: 16 (complies with 171 and 175 activity codes)


THANK YOU for such an incredible course. I learned so much. It has changed the way to talk to people about nutrition which makes it more meaningful and beyond the way most people view foods (calories in and out).
— Nancy Waring, MS