Disrupting the Microbiome Space with Bacteriophage Prebiotics (as found in Gut+)
Dr. John Deaton, VP of Science & Technology from Deerland Labs, developed the bacteriophage cocktail, PreforPro, we use in Gut+ and will be leads the discussion on how this is the future of gut health. How is PreforPro in Gut+ different from other prebiotics? Prebiotics are often fibers or starches (e.g., oligosaccharides) that have been shown to be beneficial; however, these can have some drawbacks, including:
They require large dosages to be effective
They can cause flatulence
They are sensitive to the nutrients present in their specific environment
They only work in the colon
Unlike fiber or starch-based prebiotics, PreforProdoes not require large doses to be effective, and does not cause gas. It functions in both the small and large intestines, and is not affected by the competing nutrients of varying gut environments. It works with a broad spectrum of probiotic species to give the digestive system an effective boost. Within hours of consumption, PreforPro goes to work on the undesirable bacteria in the gut by destabilizing the bacterial cell wall, releasing nutrients into the environment which can then be consumed by the good bacteria within the GI tract. PreforPro’s innovative mechanism of action is patented for use as a prebiotic.
An Integrative Approach to Mast Cell Activation Syndrome: Dr Tania Dempsey, MD
This webinar will cover the biology of the mast cell, will look at the development of mast cell activation syndrome, and will explore new research on MCAS as a driver of complex, chronic illnesses, including chemical intolerance.
The "4Ms" - Mitochondria, Microglia, Microenvironment, and Micronutrients with Dr Terry Wahls
Billions have been spent on the study of pathogenesis of disease and understanding cellular physiology. Life is a complex interconnected network of pathways and ecosystems that contribute to the health of the cell, the organs, and the organism. Focusing on single molecular pathways are unlikely to restore health and healing. This talk will review the role of the cell danger response and mitochondria in the development of chronic disease and the healing cycle. It will also review the role of the microglia, the microenvironment, and micronutrients in creating a neurotoxic that disrupts myelination or supports remyelination. Dietary and modifiable lifestyle factors that can influence microglial reactivity will be highlighted. Approaches that support multiple interconnected pathways will be more effective at stopping the cell danger response, calming the microglia, restoring the microenvironment, and allowing for remyelination. Dr. Wahls will also review results from her clinical trials in the setting of multiple sclerosis and a brief overview of the Wahls Behaviour Change™ Model.
Butyrate’s Impact on the Microbiome and Neurological Function
A researched based presentation outlining the profound benefits of butyrate. Evaluating how we can use butyrate prophylactically to support gut associated disease. And, clinical applications of using butyrate as an anti-inflammatory mediator to support and manage neurodegeneration.
An examination of stress + the impact of autoimmunity + clinical uses for BodyBio Calm
In this webinar we talk with Teri Cochrane to examine autoimmunity through the lens of genetic expression, pathogenic reactivation and stress response. Stress, in many cases, is the firestarter for this cascade of disruptions. We will discuss how both practitioners use BodyBio Calm to target a broad spectrum of disorders rooted in the stress response. The Cochrane Method, the first step towards restoring balanced health is to calm the body. In instances of autoimmunity, this step is a vital component of any effective supplement routine.
New Paradigm in Vector-borne Illness: Pharmacist Perspective
Dr. D.H. John Kim is the owner and pharmacist in charge of Robinson Wellness Pharmacy. His interest in compounding grew since his early days of pharmacy school, which led him to complete his pharmacy externship at the Professional Compounding Center of America (PCCA) in Houston, TX. After obtaining his Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.), he completed his Fellowship in Anti-Aging and Regenerative/Functional Medicine from the American Academy of Anti-Aging (A4M). His interests include bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, women’s health, autism, vector-borne illness, nutrition, and cannabis medicine. His patient care expanded into specialty care services dealing with IBS, multiple sclerosis, hepatitis C, rheumatoid arthritis, and psoriasis.
Dr. Kim actively lectures in pharmacist educational events in a matter of functional medicine, cannabis medicine, and complementary therapies in treating complex disease states. Dr. Kim is an advocate for healthy living and alternative/functional medicine and has a large social media following on Instagram. He presents cutting-edge health information to manage chronic illness and became an advocate for medical freedom. On Thursday evenings, Dr. Kim invites health care professionals on his Dr. Kim Livecast Show on Instagram to discuss various cutting-edge health topics.
Dr. Bruce Hoffman on Mold Illness, Mitochondria, Mycotoxins - Strategies for Managing Complex Cases
For decades, Dr. Hoffman has been known as a guru when it comes to treating complex illness. He understands how to recognize and avoid pitfalls when dealing with patients who suffer with complex illness. This lecture will discuss the complexities of mold, CIRS, mitochondria damage, and provide you with clinical strategies to manage your own complex cases.You will leave with a deeper understanding of:Clinical signs of Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS)Role of BodyBio PC in detoxificationAddressing cell membrane health
Biography: Dr. Bruce Hoffman, MSc, MBChB, FAARFM, IFMCP, is a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner and the only Canadian medical doctor trained and qualified in the Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) approach to chronic illness. He operates the Hoffman Centre for Integrative and Functional Medicine in Calgary, a private medical center specializing in assessing and treating complex and treatment-resistant health concerns. In addition to his clinical training, Dr. Hoffman has studied with many leading mind-body and spiritual healers. He has shared the stage with Dr. Deepak Chopra and Dr. John F. Demartini, and he continues to spread his inspiring vision of healing and wellness with audiences and patients around the world.
Dayan Goodenowe on The Biochemistry of Cancer and Dementia – The Critical Requirements and Roles of Phosphatidylcholines and Plasmalogens: What Every Functional Medicine Doctor Needs to Know.
Phosphatidylcholine is a critical component of biological membranes, a storage reservoir of essential fatty acids, and an integrated precursor and product of core biochemical processes required for life and health. Phosphatidylcholine deficiencies are linked to numerous adverse health outcomes, yet blood levels are rarely monitored. In this lecture, I will explain the key elements of phosphatidylcholine biochemistry and why maintaining healthy levels are important and why the risks of low phosphatidylcholine levels are to be avoided.