Featured Content


Bitter Perception Affects Vegetable Consumption

Individuals whose genetic code is written to perceive certain plant compounds as particularly bitter are less likely to eat vegetables....

Article • November 15, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Genetic Diagnostics in Naturopathic Care: Live at AANP 2019 | Episode 89

Richard Boles, MD, is the Chief Scientific and Medical Officer for NeuroNeeds, which is based in Connecticut. Dr. Boles also...

Podcast • September 3, 2019 • 15:23 min BookmarkBookmark

Neuroplasticity Part II with Ryan Lazarus, DC, MSc, CNS

Ryan Lazarus, DC, MSc, CNS, presents neuroplasticity, reviewing the various conditions associated with neuroplasticity as well as brain-derived...

Download • August 20, 2019 • 5 min read BookmarkBookmark PREMIUM
i

Join Our Community to Read Further

This is a premium article created for our Healthcare Practitioner readers. Create a free account to continue reading and gain full access.

Neuroplasticity Part I with Ryan Lazarus, DC, MSc, CNS

Ryan Lazarus, DC, MSc, CNS, presents neuroplasticity, defining the concept and reviewing its history. Lazarus compares and contrasts functional...

Download • August 20, 2019 • 5 min read BookmarkBookmark PREMIUM
i

Join Our Community to Read Further

This is a premium article created for our Healthcare Practitioner readers. Create a free account to continue reading and gain full access.

3 Simple Habits to Revive Genetic Potential

For 2.4 million years – about 84,000 generations — the human body has evolved into an optimized machine that exists...

Article • June 28, 2019 • 3 min read BookmarkBookmark

Epigenetics Library

View:

Bitter Perception Affects Vegetable Consumption

Individuals whose genetic code is written to perceive certain plant compounds as particularly bitter are less likely to eat vegetables....

Article • November 15, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Beyond Fingerprints: An Argument for the Personalized Health Revolution

There is a great need for individualized approaches to health, wellness, nutrition, and medical treatments. According to a study published...

Article • November 11, 2019 • 3 min read BookmarkBookmark

Genetic Diagnostics in Naturopathic Care: Live at AANP 2019 | Episode 89

Richard Boles, MD, is the Chief Scientific and Medical Officer for NeuroNeeds, which is based in Connecticut. Dr. Boles also...

Podcast • September 3, 2019 • 15:23 min BookmarkBookmark

Neuroplasticity Part II with Ryan Lazarus, DC, MSc, CNS

Ryan Lazarus, DC, MSc, CNS, presents neuroplasticity, reviewing the various conditions associated with neuroplasticity as well as brain-derived...

Download • August 20, 2019 • 5 min read BookmarkBookmark PREMIUM
i

Join Our Community to Read Further

This is a premium article created for our Healthcare Practitioner readers. Create a free account to continue reading and gain full access.

Neuroplasticity Part I with Ryan Lazarus, DC, MSc, CNS

Ryan Lazarus, DC, MSc, CNS, presents neuroplasticity, defining the concept and reviewing its history. Lazarus compares and contrasts functional...

Download • August 20, 2019 • 5 min read BookmarkBookmark PREMIUM
i

Join Our Community to Read Further

This is a premium article created for our Healthcare Practitioner readers. Create a free account to continue reading and gain full access.

Stress is Necessary: The Forgotten Flight of Hormesis

“What does not kill me, makes me stronger.”                        ...

Article • June 28, 2019 • 3 min read BookmarkBookmark

3 Simple Habits to Revive Genetic Potential

For 2.4 million years – about 84,000 generations — the human body has evolved into an optimized machine that exists...

Article • June 28, 2019 • 3 min read BookmarkBookmark

Insights on Oxidative Stress, Inflammation, Nutrition, and Epigenetics

Jennifer Stagg, ND, establishes how phytonutrients affect epigenetics, oxidative stress and the inflammatory response.

Video • April 4, 2019 • 44:44 min watch BookmarkBookmark

What Is Epigenetics? | Epigenetics Part 1

Though DNA remains the same throughout life, lifestyle and diet can actually determine which genes turn on, and which turn off.

Video • March 13, 2019 • 1:23 min watch BookmarkBookmark

Methylation & microRNA | Epigenetics Part 2

Two processes that influence epigenetics are methylation and microRNA (miRNA).

Video • March 13, 2019 • 1:40 min watch BookmarkBookmark

Bitter Perception Affects Vegetable Consumption

Individuals whose genetic code is written to perceive certain plant compounds as particularly bitter are less likely to eat vegetables....

Article • November 15, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Beyond Fingerprints: An Argument for the Personalized Health Revolution

There is a great need for individualized approaches to health, wellness, nutrition, and medical treatments. According to a study published...

Article • November 11, 2019 • 3 min read BookmarkBookmark

Stress is Necessary: The Forgotten Flight of Hormesis

“What does not kill me, makes me stronger.”                        ...

Article • June 28, 2019 • 3 min read BookmarkBookmark

3 Simple Habits to Revive Genetic Potential

For 2.4 million years – about 84,000 generations — the human body has evolved into an optimized machine that exists...

Article • June 28, 2019 • 3 min read BookmarkBookmark

Detox Blog Series Part 5 | Methylation Capacity

Methylation capacity is the capacity of the cell to methylate and is defined as SAM/SAH ratio.

Article • March 29, 2018 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Part 1 Immune System Overview | Immunonutrition in the Epigenetic Era: Interplay of the Innate and Acquired Immune System

The immune system protects the body from infection and disease throughout life. The ability to respond to pathogens is unique to each individual.

Article • January 29, 2018 • 3 min read BookmarkBookmark

Whole Foods Impact on Epigenetics Part 4: Naturopathic Medicine

John Troup, PhD, and Jennifer Stagg, ND, discuss the role of phytonutrients in modulating epigenetics and the role of naturopathic medicine.

Podcast • December 20, 2017 • 5:07 min BookmarkBookmark

Whole Foods Impact on Epigenetics Part 3: Mediterranean Diet, Glucose Control, and Epigenetics

John Troup, PhD, and Jennifer Stagg, ND, discuss the role of phytonutrients and epigenetics, focusing on the Mediterranean diet and glucose control.

Podcast • December 13, 2017 • 6:44 min BookmarkBookmark

Whole Foods Impact on Epigenetics Part 2: Stress and Cortisol Effects on Gene Expression

John Troup, PhD, and Jennifer Stagg, ND, discuss phytonutrients and epigenetics, mainly how stress and cortisol affect gene expression.

Podcast • December 6, 2017 • 8:09 min BookmarkBookmark

Whole Foods Impact on Epigenetics Part 1: Considering the Role of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms

John Troup, PhD, and Jennifer Stagg, ND, discuss the role of phytonutrients in modulating epigenetics and how plants affect microbiome genetics.

Podcast • November 29, 2017 • 10:39 min BookmarkBookmark

Insights on Oxidative Stress, Inflammation, Nutrition, and Epigenetics

Jennifer Stagg, ND, establishes how phytonutrients affect epigenetics, oxidative stress and the inflammatory response.

Video • April 4, 2019 • 44:44 min watch BookmarkBookmark

What Is Epigenetics? | Epigenetics Part 1

Though DNA remains the same throughout life, lifestyle and diet can actually determine which genes turn on, and which turn off.

Video • March 13, 2019 • 1:23 min watch BookmarkBookmark

Methylation & microRNA | Epigenetics Part 2

Two processes that influence epigenetics are methylation and microRNA (miRNA).

Video • March 13, 2019 • 1:40 min watch BookmarkBookmark

Functional Neurology and Neuro-immune Controls

Ryan Lazarus, DC, discusses the concept of functional neurology, the relationship between the nervous and immune system.

Video • February 8, 2019 • 42:25 min watch BookmarkBookmark

Epigenetic Insights, Phytonutrients, and Improving Inflammatory Responses

Jennifer Stagg, ND, discusses the relationship between phytonutrients and epigenetics, oxidative stress, and the inflammatory response.

Video • February 6, 2019 • 34:15 min watch BookmarkBookmark

2018 IHS Preconference – Epigenetic Insights and Improving Inflammatory Responses

Dr. Jennifer Stagg, ND, discusses how phytonutrients affect epigenetics and the inflammatory response.

Video • May 7, 2018 • 28:23 min watch BookmarkBookmark

Genetic Diagnostics in Naturopathic Care: Live at AANP 2019 | Episode 89

Richard Boles, MD, is the Chief Scientific and Medical Officer for NeuroNeeds, which is based in Connecticut. Dr. Boles also...

Podcast • September 3, 2019 • 15:23 min BookmarkBookmark

Neuroplasticity Part II with Ryan Lazarus, DC, MSc, CNS

Ryan Lazarus, DC, MSc, CNS, presents neuroplasticity, reviewing the various conditions associated with neuroplasticity as well as brain-derived...

Download • August 20, 2019 • 5 min read BookmarkBookmark PREMIUM
i

Join Our Community to Read Further

This is a premium article created for our Healthcare Practitioner readers. Create a free account to continue reading and gain full access.

Neuroplasticity Part I with Ryan Lazarus, DC, MSc, CNS

Ryan Lazarus, DC, MSc, CNS, presents neuroplasticity, defining the concept and reviewing its history. Lazarus compares and contrasts functional...

Download • August 20, 2019 • 5 min read BookmarkBookmark PREMIUM
i

Join Our Community to Read Further

This is a premium article created for our Healthcare Practitioner readers. Create a free account to continue reading and gain full access.

Scientifically driven. Education focused. Healing Inspired.

Subscribe to Insights

Receive clinically driven nutrition insights you can trust.

Animated Newsletter WM
close

Join Our Community to Read Further

This is a premium article created for our Healthcare Practitioner readers. Create a free account to continue reading and gain full access.

Dismiss

signup-logo

WholisticMatters offers health care practitioners and nutrition enthusiasts alike the opportunity to create a free profile for access to site features like bookmarking. Enjoying an article you are reading or a video you are watching? Save it to come back to later! Sign up in seconds for continuous access to all that WholisticMatters has to offer.

WholisticMatters also offers health care practitioners who create a free user profile access to exclusive content and tools to utilize in clinical practice. Articles, tools, and downloads created specifically for practitioners to use in their office for better patient education in clinical nutrition and health. Sign up today with your email and credentials so we can confirm you as a health care practitioner, and you are free to peruse the resources unique to you and your colleagues in health.

close

Create Your Account:

show-pass Please use 8 or more characters with a mix of letters, numbers & symbols


signup-logo
close

Create a free account to use our great bookmarking tool

Once your account is created, you'll be able to save and organize what matters to you!

Already have an Account?


Click 'Sign Up' above to accept Wholistic Matters's Terms of Service & Privacy Policy.
close

Are you a Healthcare Professional? Sign Up For Free Access!

We'll verify your credentials and get you access to our great interactive tools.

Already have an Account?


Click 'Sign Up' above to accept Wholistic Matters's Terms of Service & Privacy Policy.