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Webinar: Pediatric Immune System Support

By Erik Goldman

Ped Immune Webinar

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Many of our patients experience daily immune system challenges, and children are no exception!  Stress, busy school & extracurricular schedules, and erratic or poor eating habits can all impact the body’s natural defense mechanisms.

On top of that, there’s exposure in schools to a whole new host of germs.

Kids’ immune systems really have to ramp up for the fall! 

In this free webinar, Jaclyn Chasse, ND, Vice President of Medical Education at Emerson Ecologics, will look at the top ways we can support the immune health of pediatric patients as they move into the fall & winter seasons.

Dr. Chasse discusses:

  • The most common pediatric immune support questions Emerson's Ask the Experts hear most often from our clinical community (and our answers)
  • The Top 5 immune support products she recommends for children, both for long-term and short-term support (a.k.a. What every family should have in its medicine cabinet!)
  • How to make safe recommendations for children, including appropriate dosing guidelines
  • Other recommendations for holistic immune support, including dietary changes, lifestyle support, and at-home therapies

 

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This webinar is for educational purposes and is not intended as medical advice or to diagnose or treat any health condition.

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Jaclyn Chasse, ND, is the Vice President of Medical Education & Wellevate at Emerson Ecologics, and a practicing naturopathic physician specializing in men's and women's reproductive health and infertility. She is a graduate of Bastyr University where she also holds an adjunct position, and has an undergraduate degree in biochemistry and molecular biology. She has co-authored several scientific journal articles in the field of medical biophysics and integrative medicine, and has been very involved throughout her career in improving healthcare access and education. Dr. Chasse is the immediate Past-President of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the New Hampshire Association of Naturopathic Doctors.

Webinar: Fall & Winter Immune Support Essentials

By Erik Goldman

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The winter season brings many challenges to the immune system. Colder temperatures, drier air, more time in enclosed spaces--not to mention the holidays—can all take their toll.

To bolster and support immunity throughout the fall and winter months, it is essential to build a strong foundation of overall health in the weeks leading up to the cold weather season.

In this free webinar, Lisa Murray, RDN, LD, Emerson Ecologics' Medical Education Manager, will cover everything you need to know to prep your practice for what—for some people-- is the most "un-wonderful" time of the year.

You'll learn about:

● The Top 5 immune support products Lisa recommends to her own clients, plus more immune essentials our Medical Education team stocks in their own dispensaries.
● The immune support questions Emerson's Ask the Expert hear most often (and our answers)
● The role of gut health in supporting the immune system
● How you can support your own immunity when your patient load is high

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This webinar is for educational purposes and is not intended as medical advice or to diagnose or treat any health condition.

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Lisa Murray RDN, LD is Emerson Ecologic’s Medical Education Manager and has been a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics since 1995. She received her degree in Nutrition Science from the University of New Hampshire. After completing her Internship in Dietetics, Lisa developed a successful career in the field of Nutrition Management. However, her true passion has always been in teaching others how to integrate botanicals and nutrition supplements into a healthy diet and lifestyle for optimum health and wellness.

 

 

Webinar: CBD for Anxiety & Depression--Case Studies & Clinical Pearls

By Erik Goldman

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Information about CBD (cannibidiol) and the endocannabinoid system is everywhere these days. So are claims about the health benefits of CBD. As compelling as these topics may be, the information presented is rarely clinically applicable.

What practitioners want--and need--is more information and guidance on how to use CBD safely and effectively in clinical practice.

In this free need-to-know primer, Aimée Shunney, ND, will share 3 case studies from her practice focusing on the use of CBD to increase stress resilience, reduce anxiety, and manage depression.

From these cases, she'll draw out key clinical pearls for patient care strategies, avoidance of drug interactions, selection of products, and more.

 

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Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about three patients’ successful experiences using CBD for depression and anxiety
  • Explore dosing strategies and practicalities of dosing titration
  • Review known issues with cannabinoid-drug interactions
  • Discuss challenges with extreme variation in products, including full spectrum products vs isolates
  • Learn various ways to balance the endocannabinoid system
  • Gain a clear understanding of how to choose superior products

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Dr. Aimee Shunney HeadshotAimée Gould Shunney, ND, is a naturopathic physician in private practice since 2001, currently at Santa Cruz Integrative Medicine in Santa Cruz, CA. She combines western medical science with evidence-based natural therapies including diet, exercise, lifestyle coaching, nutritional supplements, herbal medicine, and bio-identical hormones. She specializes in women’s health and bio- identical hormone balancing as well as menopause, menstrual issues, sexual dysfunction, thyroid optimization, stress management, and digestive health.

Webinar: The Broken Promise of Vitamin E--Why Annatto-Sourced Tocotrienols Are the "21st Century E"

By Erik Goldman

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Over the years, vitamin E supplementation has been promoted for prevention or mitigation of everything from cardiovascular disease to Parkinson’s. In clinical trials, however, vitamin E has rarely lived up to its potential.

That’s because most studies only use alpha-tocopherol---just one of the eight tocopherols and tocotrienols that comprise vitamin E. Recent research suggests that alpha-tocopherol may not be the most powerful of the eight. Taken alone, it may actually be detrimental.  

Annatto (Bixa Orellana), an Amazonian tree that produces bright red seeds, has been used as a source of food and oil since 3,600 BCE. Modern research shows that annatto contains tocotrienol, a phytonutrient with extraordinary antioxidant properties. Annatto is the only plant source to provide exclusively the delta- and gamma-tocotrienols-- the most potent forms of vitamin E. Annatto is also free of tocopherols, an important feature since alpha-tocopherol interferes with tocotrienol biochemistry.

This webinar will cover milestones in vitamin E research, with special emphasis on distinguishing between tocopherols and tocotrienols, and the ways in which the widely used alpha-tocopherol interferes with tocotrienol function.

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Dr. Barrie Tan, one of the world’s experts on vitamin E, will share clinically relevant data on tocotrienol’s anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties in the context of cardiometabolic disease, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, cancer, bone health, and overall cellular health. An overview of the latest randomized trials will highlight annatto tocotrienol’s role as the “21st century vitamin E.”

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • The origins of vitamin E, it’s 8 isomers, and the diverse sources from which they’re derived.
  • How the widely use alpha-tocopherol interferes with tocotrienol functions
  • The impact of annatto tocotrienol on cardiometabolic and cellular health
  • The benefits of annatto-derived tocotrienol with regard to healthy aging, and cardiometabolic, liver, bone, and cellular health.
  • Guidelines for appropriate tocotrienol dosing for practitioners and consumers

Dr. Barrie Tan is a trailblazer and the world’s foremost expert on vitamin E. A scientist first and foremost, he earned his PhD in Chemistry/Biochemistry from the University of Otago, New Zealand and spent several years as a professor at UMass. Credited with discovering a form of vitamin E called tocotrienol in three major sources – Palm, Rice, and Annatto, Dr. Tan was dubbed the “Tocotrienol King” by Dr. Stephen Sinatra, a highly respected integrative cardiologist. Dr. Tan is the President of American River Nutrition, a natural health R&D company he started with his wife, Elizabeth, in 1998. Today, his research focuses on lipid-soluble nutrients that reduce and slow chronic conditions.

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Webinar: Nutritional Management of Mitochondrial Dysfunction in the Prostate

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Geo Espinosa, ND

Dept. of Urology

New York University Langone Medical Center

 

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Mitochondrial dysfunction increases with age, and is an etiologic factor in many disorders associated with aging—including common prostate conditions.

Pharmaceutical treatment of prostatitis can actually worsen mitochondrial dysfunction, putting men who have been so treated at increased risk.

The good news is that mitochondrial dysfunction—both in the prostate and systemically—is reversible through carefully targeted nutritional interventions.

In this free hour-long webinar, holistic urologist Dr. Geo Espinosa, offers practical evidence-based tips for identifying men at risk, and implementing nutritional strategies to improve mitochondrial function.

You’ll learn:

  • The three main types of prostate diseases
  • The role of mitochondrial dysfunction as a contributing factor in prostate disease
  • The mitochondrial adverse effects of pharmaceutical treatment of prostatitis.
  • How a novel form of ubiquinone, MitoQ, can improve mitochondrial function, and help men with prostate condition

Dr. Geo Espinosa is a naturopathic doctor, licensed acupuncturist, and certified functional medicine practitioner recognized as an authority in holisticDRGEO.headshot 4Geo Espinosa, ND urology and men’s health. He is on the clinical faculty in the Department of Urology at New York University Langone Medical Center, and is also a faculty member of the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM). An avid researcher and writer, Dr. Geo has authored numerous scientific papers and books. He is co-editor of Integrative Sexual Health (Oxford University Press), and author of the best-selling prostate cancer book: Thrive, Don't Only Survive. Dr. Geo is the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and formulator at XY Wellness, LLC and lectures internationally on the application of science-based holistic treatments for urological conditions. Iν his free time, he enjoys writing on his popular blog, DrGeo.com, spending time with his wife and three kids, and practicing the Israeli martial art, Krav Maga.