Personalised nutrition: a biomarker based approach to optimal health


Date: March 4, 2015
Time: All-day

Inadequate long-chain omega-3 fatty acid status has a substantial impact on our health. Human RCT, observational, in vitro and in vivo animal studies all demonstrate that omega-3 fats from fish improve inflammatory regulation and its associated conditions. Yet, due to inconsistency in findings, the validity of omega-3 fatty acids as ‘treatments’ has been brought into question in the reporting of studies. To date, few studies have monitored the correlation between omega-3 dose, subsequent cellular enrichment of these fatty acids and clinical outcomes.

In this webinar, Dr Bailey presents the latest evidence for the importance of a biomarker-based, personalised approach to omega-3 treatment – one that significantly improves consistency in clinical outcomes and offers an antidote to the ‘one-size fits all’ approach that is responsible for significant individual variations in response in many published studies.

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Dr Nina Bailey

About Dr Nina Bailey

Nina is a leading expert in marine fatty acids and their role in health and disease. Nina holds a master’s degree in Clinical Nutrition and received her doctorate from Cambridge University. Nina’s main area of interest is the role of essential fatty acids in inflammatory disorders. She is a published scientist and regularly features in national health publications and has featured as a nutrition expert on several leading and regional radio stations including SKY.FM, various BBC stations and London’s Biggest Conversation. Nina regularly holds training workshops and webinars both with the public and health practitioners.