November 21, 2012
Originally appearing on the University of Toronto’s research website in April 2009, an article that discusses how dangerous energy drinks are for young people has been updated to include the latest statistics. If you consume energy drinks and/or caffeine in general, know your limit. It’s determined by your genetics. Ask us about Nutrigenomix Testing today! How dangerous are energy drinks for young people? U of T caffeine expert Ahmed El-Sohemy… more »
November 19, 2012
Watch our own dietitian, Jennifer Ozsungur RD appear on daytime Rogers TV in Mississauga discussing Nutrigenomix Testing and Gene-based Nutrition. daytime Peel – Monday November 12, 2012 – A weekday lifestyle talk show featuring local guests from Mississauga and Brampton.
October 23, 2012
Channel 9News in Adelaide Australia covers Nutrigenomix: A simple new test just might be the answer to finding the diet that’s perfect for YOUR body.
September 10, 2012
Your DNA determines more than just things like your hair colour and height. It also holds the secrets to your health, and a new test can check your genes to reveal which foods are best for your body. Plenty of healthy eating tips are out there, but now there’s a push to make the advice less generic and more genetic. Dr Ahmed El-Sohemy from Nutrigenomix says it’s no longer about… more »
August 17, 2012
Our genes affect how we respond to and process the different things we eat. Beatrice Politi reports.
One of the best parts of my job is that I am constantly learning. There are always new published studies, cutting-edge clinical research, or novel food products coming to the market. It makes each day exciting! That’s why I was overjoyed when I received a recent phone call from Dr. Ahmed El-Sohemy, the Canada Research Chair in Nutrigenomics and an Associate Professor in the Department of Nutritional Sciences at the… more »
The next phase in diet therapy has hit Canada. Research has pinpointed some of the genes that interact with nutrients which, in turn, impact heart disease, diabetes and other degenerative diseases. OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS The NOS3 gene regulates the production of the enzyme nitric oxide synthase for the production of nitric oxide. People with one of two variations in the gene are at greater risk for having high triglyceride levels… more »