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A Clinician's Guide to Nootropic Use
Don’t miss this opportunity to join Dr. Kelly and learn about the clinical application of nootropic interventions. This two-part educational webinar will expand your knowledge on the plethora of options available to support cognitive health. Q&A will be conducted at the end of each session!
Gregory Kelly, ND
A Modern Approach to Type 2 Diabetes with Traditional Roots
There are dozens of blood sugar formulations on the market working to different degrees to help protect the vascular system and bring down HGBa1c. While endothelial protection has been a strength of these formulations, the weakness has been in affecting the HGBA1c itself.
Dr. Decker Weiss
ACE 2: The Missing Link in Endothelial Dysfunction
Although many cardiovascular disease risk factors are frequently discussed, for some reason ACE2 activity is not usually described. This is unfortunate because decreased ACE2 activity is a major cause of cardiovascular disease morbidity and mortality. Interestingly, the ACE2 receptor is the main entry point for infection with SARS CoV-2 virus. In this lecture Dr. Yousef Elyaman will review the RAAS with a special focus on ACE2. Moreover, he will describe some of the potential cardiovascular damage that may occur with COVID-19 disease (as it inactivates ACE2) and will share practical tips that may help improve endothelial function.
Yousef Elyaman, MD, IFMCP
Achieving Optimal Health: Clinical Perspectives on Nutrition Bars
Join integrative medicine researcher Dr. Rita Ellithorpe for a practical, patient-relevant discussion about the need for and development of food-based, low-glycemic bars. Dr. Ellithorpe is an advocate for nutrition being a critical component of optimal health. She has partnered with researchers and healthcare providers to formulate nutrition bars and offers an insider’s look at the complex development process.
Rita Ellithorpe, MD
An Introduction to Phytocannabinoids and the Endocannabinoid System
The entrance of phytocannabinoids into natural medicine has been a boon for patients who now have this hard-won relief available for their use. However, the introduction of phytocannabinoids has given rise to a plethora of new formulas, many of them from new companies. As a result, there are questions about the quality of phytocannabinoid formulas, how to identify the right blend, and how to ensure the intended actives are contained in the formula being prescribed.
Andi Roths, PharmD
Ancient Wisdom Modern Medicine
Mushrooms are familiar. We all know them and are used to seeing them in everyday foods like pizza and salad. Beyond these simple, healthy kitchen mushrooms lies a world of specialized mushrooms with a rich history of use in ancient medicinal traditions. Indeed, some mushrooms are highly prized and referred to as superior medicines in these traditions, meaning that they are considered curative and restorative as well as able to support optimal whole body health.
Mark J. Kaylor, PhD, MH, CN
Brain Inflamed: The Blood-Brain Barrier and Neuroinflammation
Over the past decade, the number of young adults aged 12-17 years suffering from mental health disorders has more than doubled. While adolescents and teens are notorious for mood swings and rebellion, parents today are navigating new terrain as their children are increasingly at risk of developing a mental health issue. Amid caring for the rising number of mental health patients, a glaring question remains for practitioners: What is causing this epidemic of illness?
Kenneth Bock, MD