Understanding the MTHFR Gene
Professor and nutritionist Cindy Klement unravels the mysteries behind one of the most important genes in the human genome: MTHFR, or methelenetetrahydrofolate reductase (quite a mouthful!). You’ll learn about enzyme activity, methylation, gene mutations, and more as you learn about MTHFR and the following applications: MTHFR mutation Symptoms and Signs Folic Acid Enrichment MTHFR and […]
In addition to her private practice as a nutritionist and herbalist, Cindy Klement is a dynamic, energetic, and sought-after health educator. She conducts corporate wellness seminars, faith-based health programs for churches, holds private classes, and has taught nearly 200 seminars in 90 cities across the United States and Canada over the past 10 years. With over 30 years of experience, she shares her passion for healthful living with infectious enthusiasm and humor.
Cindy has been featured on local television stations and acknowledged in over a dozen news articles. She is an adjunct professor at Eastern Michigan University, and an advisory board member of Community Supported Anthroposophic Medicine as well as the Health Practitioners Advisory Council. Among her decades-long training in holistic, alternative, complementary, integrative, and functional medicine she also holds a Master's degree in Nutrition from Eastern Michigan University, is a Board Certified Nutrition Specialist, and is a Master Certified Health Education Specialist by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. Her first book, "Your Body's Environmental Chemical Burden" will be available in the late fall of 2016.