Nutritional Interventions for Common Dysfunctions
Understand the etiology of intestinal barrier dysfunctions and why patients consistently have altered gut microbiota. The role of antibiotics, food, toxins, heavy metals, stress and insufficient hydrochloric acid production will be evaluated, followed by a 5-step process for rebuilding and restoring a vibrant and healthy microbiome.
Redding, CA-based Ronda Nelson, holds a Ph.D. in Holistic Nutrition and is a Master Herbalist. Her clinical emphasis is aimed at uncovering and addressing the underlying cause of dysfunction rather than addressing only the symptoms. She works primarily on endocrine-related issues for both men and women as well as digestion and children’s health concerns. Dr. Nelson is well versed in saliva testing, hair mineral analysis, and functional interpretation of blood panels. Dr. Nelson is a dynamic presenter who teaches at continuing education seminars 25 weekends each year and consults with practitioners all across the globe who are interested in improving and enhancing their own clinical skills.
A discussion will include best methods for testing and how to interpret the results. Additional research related to SIBO and how these patients require additional nutritional and herbal intervention to restore optimal health. This is a must-have seminar for helping clinicians get to the root of all illness: the gut microbiome.