Unfortunately, most of our patients are not getting enough nutrition in their daily lives to sufficiently support optimal health. Supplying patients with proper nutrition involves choosing the right nutrients and using the most bioavailable and bioactive form of each nutrient.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to identify nutrient deficiencies, both by assessing the patient’s environmental and constitutional picture, as well as how to use the most accurate biomedical test for each nutrient.
- You’ll understand the nutritional deficiencies that underlie a host of modern medical conditions ranging from heart disease and cancer to osteoporosis and neurological disorders.
- Learn how to effectively correct deficiencies with complex mixtures of synergistic compounds versus isolated molecules for our finely-tuned human physiology.
Identifying nutrient deficiencies in our patients is not only essential to helping them maintain health and vitality throughout their lives, but it is also a key component of disease prevention and for recovery from trauma and illness.
Nutrient deficiencies can manifest across a broad range of physiological systems, and fortunately, with the advent of nutrient-enriched foods, conditions like Rickett’s and Scurvy are considered rare. However, nutrient deficiency underlies a host of modern medical conditions ranging from heart disease and cancer to osteoporosis and neurological disorders.
Human physiology is finely tuned to obtain nutrients in complex mixtures. Research repeatedly confirms that nutrients are ideally ingested as a part of whole foods because of the complexity and inter-relationship of macronutrients, micronutrients, and phytochemicals in foods. The complex combination of nutrient factors found in whole foods confers a host of health benefits and influences nutrient assimilation and biological activity.
Why do so many of our patients need nutritional support today?
- Depleted soils
- The average diet of most of our patients is lacking in nutrient-dense fruits and vegetables.
- Toxins in our environment drive detoxification pathways that use key nutrients as cofactors.
- Stress depletes key nutrient cofactors.
- Indoor work, home, and travel environments reduce exposure to sunlight and fresh air.
According to many reliable sources, the most common nutrient deficiencies across the world today include: iron, vitamin D, zinc, magnesium, vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin A, calcium, and potassium.
Watch or listen to the webinar to learn the key symptoms and patterns associated with nutrient deficiencies and the most reliable testing methods for identifying them.
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Note: This webinar is intended for healthcare practitioners.