The Neuroendocrine Immunology of Exercise™

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The Neuroendocrine Immunology of Exercise™

2-Hour Seminar: Part of the Neuroendocrine Immunology Seminar Series
Seminar Author
Dr. Datis Kharrazian, PhD, DHSc, DC, MS, MMSc, FACN
This informative seminar will examine the physiological changes that take place in the endocrine, immune, nervous, and vascular systems with both healthy exercise and overtraining syndrome. The presentation will also analyze the impacts of exercise on diabetes, dementia, autoimmunity, and depression. The immunometabolic mechanisms—such as environment, infection, and food intolerances—and the role they play in individuals who have the inability to lose weight will also be discussed.

Topics include:

  • The impact of exercise on brain-derived neurotrophic factor and brain health
  • The positive and negative endocrine shifts that may occur after exercise
  • Information on immunometabolism, including the role the immune system plays in metabolism and obesity
  • When to use and not use exercise as a health strategy for clients
  • Approaches to avoid metabolic overtraining syndrome
  • Clinical jewels and insights

Other Information:
Personal recording of this seminar is not permitted.

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The Neuroendocrine Immunology of Exercise™
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