Michael Nova, M.D., Pathway Genomics’ chief medical officer, presented this week at the 2011 American Dietetic Association (ADA) Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo (FNCE). Dr. Nova’s presentation elaborated on the connections between nutrition, lifestyle and genetic expression.

“Ultimately, people need to know genetic makeup and lifestyle have the power to impact health and wellness,” said Nova. “Pathway’s goal is to educate and empower health care practitioners and patients through detailed personal genetic reports and individualized lifestyle recommendations.”

Ultimately, people need to know genetic makeup and lifestyle have the power to impact health and wellness,” said Nova. “Pathway’s goal is to educate and empower health care practitioners and patients through detailed personal genetic reports and individualized lifestyle recommendations.”

Held at the San Diego Convention Center, the ADA’s annual meeting brought together more than 10,000 registered dietitians, nutrition science researchers, health care providers, industry leaders and policy makers in an effort to address key issues affecting the health of the American people. Tackling the obesity epidemic was a clear highlight of the meeting.

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