Practitioner Course

Dirty Genes with Dr Ben Lynch

We highlight the main advances in MTHFR testing and explain what this means practically for clinicians.

Online Course
1 lessons


12 Months OR Subscriber Pass


90 min/lesson
1.5 Hour total


Dr Ben Lynch

About this course

As genetic testing evolves rapidly the application of this technology changes. In this hour-long discussion, Ben will highlight the main advances and explain what this means practically for clinicians.

A large part of the application of genetic science is experience. Knowing what’s relevant, what’s unrelated, and how to tell the difference. Ben will explain SNPs and what affects them, and he will explain his concept of a ’dirty gene’ and how do we know when a gene is dirty.

This webinar will show you where to start with your patient’s genetic information. If you have used genetic testing you will have faced the decisions that Ben will elaborate on in this discussion. He will use a few short case examples to demonstrate the points covered.
What you receive:
  • Clear protocol explanations from some of the world's top practitioners
  • Clinical pearls for improved practice results
  • Access to your audio and video recordings via the App Store
  • A downloadable PDF of the presenter’s slides
  • Links to all referenced research papers and useful clinical handouts
  • Access to the community hub where you can get answers to your questions
  • A 30-day money back guarantee

From this course you will

  • Review what genes do and how they do it
  • Discuss how SNPs impact genes and what affects SNPs
  • Explain what a dirty gene is
  • Tell us what questions to ask your patient if their genes are ‘dirty’

What's in this course

Your Presenter

Dr Ben Lynch ND

Benjamin Lynch, ND received his Cell and Molecular Biology, BS from the University of Washington and his doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine (ND) from Bastyr University. His passion for identifying the cause of disease directed him towards nutrigenomics and methylation dysfunction. Currently, he researches, writes and presents worldwide on the topic of MTHFR, methylation defects and genetic control.