Naturopathic medicine is the future of healing, and personalized nutrition is the future of naturopathic medicine. An individualized approach to the patient is a key to unlocking many of the latent healing powers of the body. It allows the physician the ability to treat the patient, not the disease, a tenet of healing wisdom as ancient as its source, the great physician Hippocrates. Welcome to the official website of the Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine, (COE) where Dr. Peter D'Adamo and his staff of expert physicians use a blend of unique cutting-edge technologies and time-honored healing wisdom to help each patient achieve their ultimate health goals. Be it the management of complex diseases, metabolic and weight-loss support, anti-aging strategies, or general health optimization and prevention; the COE, a recognized world-leader in naturopathic medicine is here to help.

Introducing Opus 23

Beginning September 2015 the COE will offer nutrigenomic consults using our unique Opus23 software, conceived and programmed by Dr. Peter D’Adamo. Opus 23 will give COE physicians unparalleled insight into into a patient's genetic susceptibilities.

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Scheduling An Appointment

An individualized approach to the patient is a key to unlocking many of the latent healing powers of the body. Under the guidance of Dr. D'Adamo COE patients enjoy the benefits of cost effective and cutting-edge treatment while also one-to-one care and support.

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Learn More About The COE

The Center of Excellence uses software, treatments and formulations that have been programmed and custom-designed by Dr. D'Adamo. These tools are unique to the COE and insure a truly personalized, one-of-a-kind patient experience.

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Urine Indican: A Sensitive Test for Malabsorption

Robert Brody, ND Indican testing can be a useful tool for monitoring degeneration or improvement in digestive efficiency of your system in dealing with protein. Indican is formed by an abnormal metabolism of tryptophan. Indican is a by-product of putrefaction (protein degradation), usually in the intestine, but possibly in other locations as well. Putrefaction is

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Infertility and your Genome

Although infertility rates are slowly declining in the US, this condition still currently affects around 6.7 million women across the nation. There are many contributing factors that lead to infertility including genetic abnormalities, mental-emotional stressors, lifestyle, hormonal imbalances and physiological susceptibilities. At the Center of Excellence (COE), we explore many different ways of treating each

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Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and your Personalized Diet

You are an individual, not a statistic, and your cardiovascular system is complex. A one-size fits all diet designed for the “average American” may not address your specific risk factors. At University of Bridgeport Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine, we don’t give all our patients the same diet, exercise and supplement advice, but instead,

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