Epigenetics - a Source of Biochemical Individuality influencing Brain & Behavioral Health - Dr. Richaritha Gundlapalli, MD
Dr. Richaritha Gundlapalli, MD, Texas, USA
She is a rare blend of Board-Certified Integrative practitioner, expert on Bio Energetics and an internationally sought-after speaker/thought leader. Dr. Joy studied Family Medicine & Pediatrics at University of Illinois, Chicago where she was also the Chief Resident. She completed her AFMCP Certification from Institute of Functional Medicine and received Advanced Nutrient Therapy (ANT) training for Brain health under Dr. William Walsh. A Certified Biological Medicine practitioner, Dr. Joy received her training in Biological Medicine at Paracelsus Clinic, Switzerland under Dr. Thomas Rau. She has further trained under Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt & Dr. Ralf Oettmeier for specialized therapies. Dr. Joy is also Certified in Bio Energetics & Energy medicine from Wegamed Academy, Germany where she was personally trained under Dr. Peter Mölleney. She also studied Information Medicine at Timewaver Academy in Germany. Her professional sabbaticals have included oriental trainings & study of Acupuncture, Ayurveda, Anthroposophical medicine & related Mind-Body modalities which she effectively blends into her practice.
Topic: Epigenetics - a Source of Biochemical Individuality influencing Brain & Behavioral Health
Abstract: While Diet, lifestyle, Environmental stressors and stressful life events create biochemical imbalances, the root cause often goes back to genetics and epigenetics (influence of environmental factors in a person’s life that turn genes ‘on’ and ‘off’ without changing the DNA sequence). Nutrient imbalances (both deficiencies and excess) can alter brain levels of key neurotransmitters and in turn lead to brain and behavioral health issues. Biochemical factors influence our personalities, behaviors, mental health and immune functions and overall health. We are all Biochemically unique. Understand the correlation of Doshas and Biochemical individualities / Biotypes influenced by Epigenetics. Reviewed along with case presentations.