Nutritional status and the ability to adequately detoxify are critical components in understanding how to evaluate and support hormone levels. The body relies on key nutrients and pathways to maintain hormone balance.
Oxidative stress and impaired methylation are significant pathways that can help regulate hormones. A comprehensive nutrition assessment and targeted therapeutic interventions can help support these and other essential pathways.
In this presentation, Dr. Owen will review nutritional testing and clinical recommendations based on the science behind these tests. The information will help support clinicians in their ability to easily incorporate these recommendations into practice, thereby providing better clinical results when balancing hormones as well as help to promote safer use of hormone therapies.
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Marion Owen is a resident of Decatur, where she lives with her husband and two children. A graduate of Davidson College, she received her MD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine in 1999. She continued her training at the Emory Family Medicine Residency Program, graduating in 2003. She is board certified in Family Medicine.
Between graduating from Emory and opening Whole Family Medicine, she worked as a Family Medicine doctor in Alpharetta, GA. In addition to her training in traditional medical therapies, Dr. Owen has focused her education on nutritional and genetic causes of disease and holistic approaches to healthcare through the Institute for Functional Medicine. She emphasizes lifestyle and nutritional therapies and collaborates with both MD specialists and alternative providers to guide her patients to optimum health
Dr. Owen appreciates close relationships with her patients, educating and empowering them to participate actively in their medical treatment decisions.
Genova Diagnostics offers webinar sessions that are designed to answer your most pressing questions about test profiles and popular topics in functional medicine. Register today for this upcoming presentation.