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Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?

Presented by: Mark Hyman, MD

Why are there so many different views on a healthy diet? Should your diet be plant-based, vegan, Paleo, raw, or any other of the dozens of diets that are promoted as healthy? The science of nutrition is fraught with methodological challenges. The politics of food and our lack of a coherent food policy compound the problem.

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What is Keeping You Stuck in Adrenal Fatigue

Presented by: Marcelle Pick, NP, OB/GYN

Adrenal issues are more and more accepted in the functional medical community. However, we are not always great about keeping the adrenals working well. Long time stress, and also early child hood stress contributes greatly to adrenal issues, and also significant health issues. The ACE study which was a study done in 1998, with Kaiser Permante and the CDC showed that if you have adverse events in your childhood your risk of many significant diseases is increase upwards of over 100 percent due to high levels of cortisol.

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Exploiting Genetic Variation in Hormone Balancing for Women

Presented by: Wendy Warner, MD, FACOG, ABIHM, IFMCP

Many of our patients already have had genetic testing done in order to understand their own SNPs (single nucleotide polymorphisms or “snips”). We can use this information to more easily tailor our plans for hormone balancing in women, ‘cutting to the chase’ so that each plan conforms to the individual we’re working with.

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East Meets West: The Neurogastroimmune Complex From Preconception and Beyond

Presented by: Geri Brewster, RD, MPH, CDN, and Stephen Cowan, MD

Emerging research in epigenetics and nutrition is catching up to the ancient wisdom of Chinese medicine that conceptualized a unity of function between nervous system, digestion and immune resilience. This session will discuss the relevance of optimizing neuro-gastro-immune unity before, during, and after pregnancy in quality of long-term health. Using case studies, practical applications that employ both functional medicine and Chinese medicine will be discussed.

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Integrative Practitioner Quarterly Journal Volume 3, Issue 4

This issue highlights clinical advances in integrative medicine from the past year, and updates on trending industry topics. Included in this issue:

  • The sleep-trauma feedback loop
  • Low protein diets for longevity
  • Oxalates as a driver of chronic health issues
  • Nutrition interventions for asthma
  • Current understanding of microbiome influence on health
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine in COVID-19 literature

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Cannabis in Cancer Care

Presented by: Donald Abrams, MD

Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive component of cannabis, was licensed and approved for the treatment of chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting in 1985. Due to the significant barriers to studying the potential therapeutic effects of the parent botanical, the medical literature does not support the strong anecdotal impression that cannabis itself is effective for this indication. Cannabis is also the only antiemetic agent that is also purported to be an appetite stimulant that is also a useful attribute in patients with malignant diagnoses.

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Using Culinary Herbs as Food and Medicine

This session will focus on the top 10 culinary herbs that are in everyone’s kitchen and how to use them for prevention and healing.

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Clostridia Bacterial Infections – More Than Just a Digestive System Problem

Clostridia Bacterial Infections – More Than Just a Digestive System Problem

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Approaches to Utilizing Clinical Nutrigenomics in Practice

Approaches to Utilizing Clinical Nutrigenomics in Practice

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The Microbiome: A New Paradigm in Understanding Adverse Food Reactions

The Microbiome: A New Paradigm in Understanding Adverse Food Reactions

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