The Neuroendocrine Immunology of Environmental Triggers™
1-Day Seminar: Saturday
Dr. Datis Kharrazian, PhD, DHSc, DC, MS, MMSc, FACN
This in-depth 1-day seminar will review the impact of environmental toxins and pollutants on human health. It will present the growing science of immune-chemical tolerance and examine how this relates to systemic inflammation, autism, autoimmunity, and various degenerative conditions. Various models of toxicity will be critically evaluated, as will current therapy options, such as chelation. Laboratory evaluation of chemical autoantibodies and the roles they play with human self-tissue autoimmunity will also be discussed in detail.
- The 10 most common pollutants in the environment
- The physiological mechanisms that environmental pollutants trigger in our nervous, immune, and endocrine systems
- How the quantitative model of environmental toxins varies from the model of immune-chemical tolerance
- How to evaluate chemical autoantibodies and their potential clinical correlations
- How the model of immune-chemical tolerance varies from hepatic biotransformation
- How chelation therapy works and its effects on the body
- Clinical jewels and insights
Saturday: 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
7 CE Units May Be Available for DC’s, ND’s, LAc’s—Please Inquire!
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