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Anne – Nutritionist, Genetic Coach

Anne Zimmerman | The Anne & Ashley Show | Conners Clinic

Anne

Anne is married with three children and lives in Stillwater, a small town just north of Conners Clinic. Her oldest son is studying at Arizona State University and her daughter and youngest son are in High School, very active in hockey.

Anne holds a degree in Health and Wellness from the University of Minnesota and she is certified in Functional Genomics and Nutrition. After her husband was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2011 she developed a passion for nutrition and the important role food choices play in health and disease prevention. This passion lead to her Certification in Holistic Nutrition. Anne believes optimal health begins in the gut and that an individual holistic approach is the path to true health and healing.

Anne is Certified in Thermography and Methylgenetic Nutrition and is completing her Certification as a Holistic Healthcare Practitioner. She is thrilled to assist patients with their care here at Conners Clinic! 

Take a Look at Some of My Educational Videos!

Genetic Presentation 101 - by Anne
SNP Defects Basics
Need for B12? - Dr. Kevin Conners
Oxalate gene defect info - Dr. Kevin Conners
Genetics - Methylation
Genetics - Detoxification
Genetics - Gut Health
SOD and your GENES
Acetylcholine Function, Neurotransmitter, Alzheimer's & Memory - Conners Clinic Supplements
Fats & the FADS Gene | Energy, Fatigue, Digesting Fats - Conners Clinic Supplements
#11: 15 Day Metabolic Cleanse Detox Program | The Anne & Ashley Show
#8: Audio Visual Brain Entrainment | The Anne & Ashley Show

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