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NUHS 2018 Nutrition Conference a Success

by Apr 4, 2018

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National University of Health Sciences hosted the first of its kind conference on the Lombard campus focused on the latest research and trends in nutrition March 24 and 25, 2018. The conference provided some of the most cutting edge, evidence-based information available about various kinds of diets able to address multiple patient concerns from some of today’s leading health care experts.

The nutrition conference, directed to health care practitioners, students and the public, provided attendees the opportunity to learn about various food movements, and how to implement these food diets or strategies to optimize health. Health care professionals received the added value of receiving study results from some of the presenters to immediately begin putting the latest research into practice.

2018 nutrition conference presenter

“We were pleased with the quality of the education delivered; attendees walked away impressed with the knowledge provided to them,” said Dr. Jenna Glenn, DC, ND, MS, conference organizer and dean of the NUHS Postprofessional Department. Seventy attendees participated in this first-time program.”

Distinguished conference presenters, experts in the fields of chiropractic medicine, allopathic medicine, psychotherapy and nutritional biochemistry, included:

  • Thomas O’Bryan, DC – Gluten and autoimmunity
  • Ryan Cedermark, RN, BSN, FNPS, DC – The functional importance of the gut-brain axis
  • Brandon Brock, DNP, DC, NP-C, RN, FICC – HCG and its impact on health
  • Mike T. Nelson, PhD, MSME – Nutrition and exercise bioenergetics
  • Marie Rago, PhD – Healthy eating
  • Alan Goldhamer, DC – Fasting and health promoting diets
  • Stephen Phinney, MD, PhD -Ketosis to reverse Type 2 diabetes
  • Sarah Ballantyne, PhD – Nutrition density as a dietary framework
  • Sarah Gottfried, MD – Genetics in functional medicine
  • Zach Bush, MD – The global impact of chemical agriculture

Attendees viewed special exhibits from Microbiome Labs, Cyrex Laboratories, Protocol for Life Balance, Biotics Research Corp., Xymogen, BioHealth Laboratories, Priority One and DNALife.

For information about future programs, visit Post-grad and Continuing Education.

SPECIAL SNEAK PREVIEW: Don’t miss The Mosaic of Autoimmunity: An Advanced Autoimmunity Training Course by Thomas O’Bryan, DC. National University is offering the course Sat., April 21 at the Pinellas Park, Fla. Site; Sat., June 16, at the Lombard, Ill. campus, and Sat., August 11, at the University of Western States, Portland, Ore.

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