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Friday, December 6, 2019 11-1:00 EST
-Evaluating BRAIN AGING GENDER & BLOOD GLUCOSE ANTECEDENTS
-Immunity & Inflammation & how they relate to AGE RELATED COGNITIVE DECLINE
-Weight Solutions/impact on health
Inflammation is perhaps the most prevalent, but least understood condition of modern day life. According to Harvard Medical School report, “CHRONIC INFLAMMATION plays a central role in some of the most challenging diseases of our time, including rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, asthma, and Alzheimer’.” According to Psychology Today, more and more studies suggest that depression and/or bipolar disorder are accompanied by immune system dysregulation inflammation, and high levels of cytokines. Exposure to childhood adversity has been linked to the development of inflammatory conditions later in life. Adverse childhood experiences also affect the MICROBIOME. An increasing body of evidence shows that chronic inflammation causes & advances many common diseases.
Mitochondria are often referred to as the powerhouses of the cell. They help turn the energy we take from food into energy that the cell can use. But, there is more to mitochondria than energy production. Present in nearly all types of human cell, mitochondria are vital to our survival. They generate the majority of our ATP, the energy currency of the cell. Also involved in signaling between cells and cell death-APOPTOSIS.
Microbiota stimulate the immune system, break down potentially toxic food compounds, and synthesize certain vitamins and amino acids. The microbiome is considered a supporting organ because it plays so many key roles in promoting the smooth daily operations of the human body.
TACKLING GENETIC TESTING: Is it Right for Your Practice?
Nutritional genetics refers to identifying specific genetic variations in individuals to determine differences in gene expression, enzyme function and so forth as it relates to nutrition. Nutritional genetics is based on the tenet that nutrients, whether ingested into or lacking from one’s body, can have a direct effect on gene expression. Epigenetics refers to how a person’s overall environment — including exercise, environmental exposures and nutrition — plays a distinct role in gene expression.Genes, through the proteins they encode, determine how efficiently we metabolize foods, how effectively we detoxify harmful substances, and how we respond to certain conditions, among other functions.It is now known that there are many genetic variations in human populations. When a gene contains a variation (a change from the reference or native state), the protein encoded by that gene may be altered. That genetic alteration can be adaptive/beneficial or maladaptive. Such genetic variations that result from one nuclectide change in the DNA sequence are referred to as single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs).The Gene SNP™ DNA Analysis by nutraMetrix® offers the health professional a nutritional/epigenetic genetic program that is straightforward, comprehensive, affordable and cutting edge.*see more information under Gene SNP DNA Analysis tabhttps://www.ucsf.edu/news/2013/09/108886/lifestyle-changes-may-lengthen-telomeres-measure-cell-aging
Nutritional Principles in Clinical Practice: Theory or Therapy
Health Professional CME Course
The nEI works with experts in the field of medicine to offer current and multidisciplinary evidence-based lectures, discussions and case studies, supporting an integrated approach to patient care. Through the promotion of interdisciplinary instruction and a collaborative approach for clinical practice, the nEI helps health professionals address complex patient needs within their clinics and healthcare communit.
Accreditation Statement: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance
with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing
Medical Education (ACCME).
Preventive evidence-based wellness.Question and Answer sessions will be included to ensure attendees’ specific needs are met.
This course is open to health professionals only; non-Health Professionals (including non-HP staff members) will not be admitted. Licensed Health Professional guests are welcome to register and attend- Please note: A Copy of the guest's license is required for full registration prior to date of event.
The nEI-nutraMetrix Educational Institute is recognized for excellence in medical education. The nEI, works with experts in their field of medicine to offer current and multidisciplinary evidence based lectures, supporting an integrative approach to patient care. Through the promotion of interdisciplinary instruction, and
The nEI-nutraMetrix Educational Institute is recognized for excellence in medical education. The nEI, works with experts in their field of medicine to offer current and multidisciplinary evidence based lectures, supporting an integrative approach to patient care. Through the promotion of interdisciplinary instruction, and a collaborative approach, for clinical practice, the nEI helps health professionals address complex patient needs, within their clinics and healthcare community.
MEDICALLY ACCREDITED CEUs AVAILABLE
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Planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of The Medical Educator Consortium and Nutrametrix Educational Institute. The Medical Educator Consortium is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Feb 16 The Importance of Heart Health
Mar 16 “Alternative Mainstream” – Why you should pay attention to lifestyle medicine
Apr 20 Creating a Win/Win for Patients and Providers
May 18 Genomics: The Quest for Personalized Care
Jun 15 Why Doctors Can't Retire
Jul 20 Solutions in Men's Health
Aug 17 Reducing Overhead in Your Private Practice
Sep 21 Importance of our Future: Children's Health
Oct 19 Dental Health: The Window to the Body
Nov 16 Why Every Provider Needs a Plan for Mental/Behavior Health
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