Autism physiology pioneer Dr. Amy Yasko returns to AutismOne with Dr. Jun Suzuki

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Dr. Amy Yasko will present at the AutismOne 2020 Conference in Chicago in May! Dr. Jun Suzuki of the Autism Recovery Project of Japan will share Yasko Protocol success

Feel Good about Your SNPs: Your Roadmap to Health by Dr. Amy Yasko

Parents love getting to hear Dr. Amy. She is a favorite speaker of conference attendees, and she is really a pioneer in her foundational approach to health and wellness.

AutismOne today was delighted to announce the return of autism physiology pioneer Dr. Amy Yasko to the AutismOne Conference. Dr. Yasko will be available throughout the five-day event, and she will be presenting on Saturday, May 23. On Sunday, May 24, Dr. Jun Suzuki, founder of the Autism Recovery Project outside Tokyo, will elaborate upon the success possible with implementation of the Yasko Protocol.

Dr. Amy Yasko designed the Yasko Protocol. The Yasko Protocol uses nutrigenomics to optimize the health of children and adults. Underlying genetic susceptibility combined with exposure to infectious agents, toxic chemicals, and the stress of lifestyle all contribute to complex health issues. Understanding the contributing factors gives you the information needed to pick the right tools to get back on a path to health and well-being. Dr. Yasko holds a doctorate in molecular biology and immunology, and she has worked with thousands of families of children with autism.

Dr. Amy’s presentation, “Feel Good About Your SNPs,” will focus on importance of the methylation cycle and SNPs (single nucleotide proteins).

Dr. Amy told us, “I have always felt that it is important for anyone on the autism spectrum to focus on the methylation cycle. In addition, family members should realize that those genetic susceptibilities are inherited, meaning that you may carry that same genetic pool of information. As a result, it is also important for family members to think about their own methylation cycle. When considering support to bypass SNPs in the pathway, the goal is to look at the composite of SNPs and how they impact the function of the methylation cycle. Thus, making overall observations about the pathway in addition to looking at specific SNPs can give a sense of some of the larger issues to consider in terms of the pathway as a whole.”

Said Ed Arranga, AutismOne president, “Parents love getting to hear Dr. Amy. She is a favorite speaker of conference attendees, and she is really a pioneer in her foundational approach to health and wellness.”

After the presentation, Dr. Amy will host a special meet-and-greet during her book release signing!

To learn more about Dr. Amy, please visit http://www.DrAmyYaskoAutismOne.com.

On Sunday, May 24, Dr. Jun Suzuki, founder of the Autism Recovery Project outside Tokyo, Japan, will speak of recovery achieved by virtue of the Yasko Protocol. He will lend insight to both parents and professionals on how they, too, can reach parallel success stories.

Dr. Suzuki said, “In Japan, I support the implementation of the Nutrigenomics Dr. Amy Yasko Protocol for Japanese autistic children. This time I present a case of successful recovery from the diagnosis of autism. At the same time, I would like to share the secrets that Nutrigenomics Dr. Amy Yasko Protocol has enabled autism recovery in Japan."

The AutismOne 2020 Conference will be held at the beautiful Loews Chicago O’Hare Hotel, which is just ten minutes from Chicago O’Hare International Airport. The conference will be held Wednesday, May 20 through Sunday, May 24. For more information or to register, please visit http://www.autismoneconference.com.

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