January 2015 – Sterling Hill

  • Sterling Hill

January 2015 – Sterling Hill


Sterling Hill speaking at our January 2015 Conference.

Introduction to Genetic Polymorphisms/SNPs and Nutrigenomics:

  • Understanding genetic polymorphisms (SNPs) within their biochemical pathways
  • When to suspect, via health history/testing, that genetic polymorphisms are expressing in your patient
  • SNP Insights and Clinical Pearls from Sterling Hill, developer of Sterlings App
  • How to read and interpret variant reports

For more information about what the conference contained visit: Philadelphia Conference – January 2015

This recording is in DVD format.

The audio from the conference is available for free to attendees (you may be asked to log in): January 2015 Conference Materials

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Speaker Bio:

Sterling Hill was a highly successful businesswoman for many years until 8 years ago when she became ill with clotting issues. She went from physician to physician but her condition progressively deteriorated. She lost everything.

As traditional medical thinking was failing, she reached out to the alternative medicine community and the work of Amy Yasko, PhD and Dr. Ben Lynch and discovered the world of epigenetics.

She learned the basis of her clotting issues resided in the methylation cycle. After regaining her life from treatment, Sterling realized that the medical and lay community knew little of epigenetics and nutrigenomics. She realized that these subjects were of vast importance to the health of everyone on the planet, often being the proverbial “stone that was left unturned” in chronic illness of any type.

As a result, Sterling started MTHFRsupport.com to learn and share the knowledge of genetic polymorphisms and their effect on health. Her passion is to educate the world of the true root cause of chronic diseases and link expert health care providers with those in need.

From her adversity, Sterling Hill has become one of the greatest patient advocates of our time consistently counseling patients about their SNP’s (single nucleotide polymorphisms) and teaching health care providers the importance and methods of nutrigenomics.