Dr Mark Houston presented a fascinating, informed and clinically relevant day of lectures at the Royal Society of Medicine on 21st June 2008, This presentation was recorded using Articulate.
You can now buy the seminar for £12 and listen to the presentation, and see the slides at your own leisure, providing 5 CPD credits and the opportunity to hear a world expert in Cardiovascular and Anti-aging Medicine.
Just call +44(0)8450 760 402 to order and a link will be sent to you for the following:
- Articulate versions of the four presentations (5.5 hours: slides + audio)
- Seminar slides used by Dr Houston
- Hypertension Flowchart
- Age determining questionnaire
- Cardiovascular Mind Map
- Collection of research papers related to the seminar
- Dr Houston’s Weightloss Patient DVD Video
- Information on related supplements
Dr Mark Houston has published a new Handbook of Hypertension through John Wiley. Containing the most recent guidelines for global cardiovascular risk analysis and evidence-based reviews on important new advances and recent trials, consulting the Handbook of Hypertension will save precious time and improve patient care.
The science of nutrigenomics, whilst young, is gaining increasing credibility and investment from industry, research and trials. The concept proposed by Mendel that our genes are “hardwired” to express a disease or health outcome has become increasingly vulnerable to scientific scrutiny. The therapeutic use of nutrient concentrates in the modification of health for humans has found a new ally in science, as it becomes clear that our gene expression can be modified by the interaction between nutritional supplements (concentrated, standardised and uniquely bioavailable) and specialised gene receptors.
Doctor Mark Houston a leading US physician in Functional Medicine has developed nutrient combinations that reflect the latest scientific reviews and clinical trials. The understanding of how science is pushing the frontiers of nutrient-gene interaction fast and hard, will be explained in this clinically relevant seminar. Doctor Houston understands only too well the need for clinical relevance and will articulate the role of these and other strategies involving nutritional and lifestyle changes that hold great promise for maintaining long term optimal health.
By mimicking a natural process through the delivery of highly absorbable receptor specific nutrients, it is possible to stimulate and support cell repair and optimise mitochondrial function. Sometimes referred to as the ‘Armstrong Gene’, a reference to a seven times winner of the Tour de France race – Lance Armstrong, as manipulating this gene has demonstrated a significant impact on energy production and stamina.
The principle ingredient: transresveratrol is derived from red wine. Before rushing for your bottle of Merlot, the therapeutic dose has been shown to be at the equivalent level of a few thousand glasses. We recommend consuming the highly concentrated nutritional form for therapy and the dilute form in moderation for social relaxation!
Continuing Professional Development
British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy
|The Royal College of Physicians has awarded CPD credits for the seminar:Royal College of Physicans (RCP)||5|
|General Osteopathic Council/British Chiropractic Association||5|
News and publications
- Radio Interview
- Seminar details– (PDF file, 387 KB)
- “Can DNA stop time?” – Scientific American article (PDF file, 2.5 MB)
- “Drink wine and live longer” – Fortune article (PDF file, 204 KB)
- “Sirtuins: Novel targets for metabolic disease” – Current opinion article (PDF file, 628 KB)
- Small Molecule Increases Lifespan and “Healthspan” of Obese Mice – Harvard publication