Blood Sugar Dynamics™: Insulin | AMPK | Fluctuations
The interaction between glucose, insulin, and the associated signaling pathways is a dynamic that is more multi-faceted than we originally thought. The practitioners who gain a true understanding of the processes and pathways at work will have an advantage.
In this fresh look at a difficult and growing problem, Dr. Datis Kharrazian will guide you through detailed underlying mechanisms and “connect the dots” as only he can. By gaining a thorough understanding of the dynamics at play, you can learn to unravel the web of elevated glucose and insulin resistance. Dr. Kharrazian will not only enlighten you with his in-depth knowledge of mechanisms, but he will review the latest research, and help you understand the clinical approaches that can support your patients’ good health and vitality.
Food Sensitivity: The Hormone Connection™ How Hormones Impact Food Sensitivity
Hormones can have a dramatic impact on our immunological tolerance to food proteins.
The Inflammatory and Autoimmune Signaling Systems™
This informative presentation will examine how the messenger system interacts with the neuroendocrine-immune system.
The Neuroendocrine Immunology of Mucosal Immunity™
Within the gastrointestinal tract is a complex immune system that is typically oversimplified and not well understood by many healthcare providers.
The Neuroendocrine Immunology of Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth™
In this informative seminar, the different causative mechanisms of SIBO as well as how to recognize them will be discussed.
Renewing the Aging Brain™
This informative seminar will explore how the aging process in the brain is strongly influenced by various physiological mechanisms.
The Role of Nitric Oxide and Glutathione in the Immune System™
While the number of people affected by autoimmune disease increases every year, most cases are not diagnosed and continue to progress. This informative seminar, developed by Dr. Datis Kharrazian, will review the protective and destructive roles of nitric oxide and glutathione (GSH) in autoimmune reactions.