Read Dr. Amy’s accompanying book,
Feel Good Biochemistry

Also available online for FREE!

Feel Good Biochemistry is an interactive guide intended to help you
and your doctor through biochemical testing, taking a thorough look
at the science and rationale behind the personalized comments
Dr. Amy writes on each test.

Want to learn more about nutrigenomics?

Check out the Yasko Protocol Starter Packet!

It includes a hard copy of Feel Good Nutrigenomics: Your Roadmap to Health and A Complete Series of Lectures, a 3 disk set containing 13 1/2 hours of lectures by Dr. Amy Yasko.

FeelGoodNutrigenomics.com

Dr. Amy’s book on the importance of genetic testing and how to begin your personal journey to health and wellness

www.FeelGoodNutrigenomics.com

FeelGoodSupps.com

A comprehensive guide to every supplement used by Dr. Amy, as well as suggested areas of support based on your own supplement list

www.FeelGoodSupps.com

FeelGoodBiochem.com

A detailed explanation of the different types of biochemical tests used to assess levels of toxic elements and other important indicators

www.FeelGoodBiochem.com

FeelGoodNucleotides.com

An in-depth look at RNA Nucleotide Blends and why they play such an important role in Dr. Amy’s protocol

www.FeelGoodNucleotides.com

CH3Nutrigenomics.com

Over 25,000 members strong, the CH3
Discussion Group is led by Dr. Amy and is a great resource for those on their Roadmap to Health

www.CH3Nutrigenomics.com

facebook.com/DrAmyYasko

Follow Dr. Amy on Facebook for recent findings and interesting articles relating to her protocol

www.facebook.com/DrAmyYasko

KnowYourGenetics.com

Interpret your results from any genetic test and reveal Dr. Amy’s recommended supplementation to better your health

www.KnowYourGenetics.com

vimeo.com/DrAmyYasko

Watch Dr. Amy’s presentations and conferences to help understand and implement the protocol

www.vimeo.com/DrAmyYasko

Ready to take a nutrigenomics test?

About the Author

Amy A. Yasko,

Ph.D., NHD, AMD, HHP, FAAIM

Dr. Yasko has extensive expertise in biochemistry, molecular biology and biotechnology.  In addition she has significant research and clinical experience in both allopathic and alternative medicine.  The common thread that winds through these fields is her work with DNA and RNA and the desire to develop and implement safer approaches to personal health.

Recognized as an expert in the field of DNA/RNA based diagnostics and therapeutics she was a consultant to the medical and research community for over eighteen years. Her focus on RNA began more than thirty years ago when she isolated single copy RNA messages from transformed cells at Strong Memorial Hospital Cancer Center, coauthoring one of the first papers in the prestigious journal Cell on RNA levels of the c-myc cancer oncogene.  Later, while a member of the Department of Hematology at Yale Medical Center …

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