Enteropathic Osteoporosis: Understanding how gut health influences bone health
With Dr. John Neustadt
New research shows a surprising link between bone health and gut health, with gastrointestinal dysfunction being one often overlooked driver of decreased bone density and weaker bones. Watch osteoporosis expert Dr. John Neustadt discuss gut health and its effects on bone health.
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- Bone Health Support Protocol
A Deeper Dive on Biofilms
with Dr. Paul Anderson
Dr. Paul Anderson, industry thought leader and biofilm expert, discusses how biofilms can be a silent player in some of the most commonly seen medical conditions – oral health, cardiovascular issues, autoimmunity, and even metabolic illness.
The LPS Tsunami - The common denominator between Lyme, Mycotoxins and Fatty Liver Disease
With Dr. Tom Moorcraft
Everything from dysbiosis in the oral cavity to chemical pollutants we're exposed to in our diet can radically affect the microbiome. This alteration of the microbiome and the abundance and passage of lipopolysaccharides (LPS) into the systemic circulation is responsible for many common conditions where inflammation plays a role. Patients with persistent symptoms of Lyme and/or mold toxicity often experience elevated systemic inflammation, and LPS may be contributing to their overall inflammatory response – just as it does in metabolic associated fatty liver disease (MAFLD), a condition affecting nearly a quarter of the adult population in the US.
The Surprising Connection Between Mold and Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS)
With Dr. Jill Carnahan
That Beast, Yeast! Treating the Root Cause of Dandruff, Cradle Cap, and Seborrheic Dermatitis
With Integrative Dermatology Specialist Dr. Julie Greenberg, ND, RH (AHG).
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- The Gut-Skin Axis Protocol
Harness the Synergistic Power of Botanicals to Modulate the Microbiome
Introduction to the Environmental Health Questionnaire (EHQ)
With Dr. Bonnie Nedrow
Click here to download the Environmental Health Questionnaire
Breaking Up with Biofilms
How to Get Out of a Sticky Situation with Dr. Paul Anderson
Biofilms are a survival mechanism used by microorganisms to avoid and resist things like UV light, antimicrobials, antibiotics, and the immune system.
For most of your patients, they are merely a nuisance. But they can become a major problem when the immune system is out of balance or when diet and lifestyle feed the organisms that create biofilms.
The Mouth-Gut Axis
How the Oral + GI Microbiomes Influence & Rely On Each Other
With Dr. Shawn Manske, ND
From Bugged to Blissful | The Microbiome Gut Brain Axis with Dr. Woeller and Terri Hirning
Watch the replay and download this helpful resource from the October 12 webinar featuring Dr. Kurt Woeller and Terri Hirning.
Learn about the latest science on the microbiome and the continual cross-talk between the brain and microorganisms.
- He will explain this phenomenon and:
- The metabolites, neurotransmitters, and hormones derived from it Its unique influence on our ability to manage stress
- The role of botanicals in supporting microbiome balance and brain health
After exploring the science, Dr. Woeller will be joined by Terri Hirning, educator and motivational speaker. Using a profoundly moving case study that highlights the gut-brain axis, they will discuss how working with botanicals and the microbiome translates to real-world results.
The Power of Botanicals
Webinar presented by: Shawn Manske, ND