Seminar – 30 September 2019, Christchurch

BALANCING THE HUMAN MICROBIOME- Presented by Kiran Krishnan & Tom Bayne

Times
5:30pm: Arrival & Registration
6:00 – 7:15pm: Seminar
7:15 – 8:00pm: Dinner
8:00 – 9:15pm: Seminar
9:15 – 9:30pm: Q & A

COMMON DYSFUNCTIONS OF THE GUT IN CHRONIC ILLNESS AND HOW TO SUPPORT THEM BY BALANCING THE MICROBIOME.

All chronic illnesses start or are perpetuated by a dysfunctional gut. Effectively treating these conditions requires a clear understanding of the gut associated pathology driving the disease.

Part One – The Research by Kiran Krishnan
A decades worth of microbiome research has elucidated these pathologies and a careful review of the literature reveals potentially effective treatments. In this talk you will learn about the most common dysfunctions of the gut that drives most chronic illnesses we face. You will also learn about the most effective solutions to address these dysfunctions. You will learn how seemingly unrelated disorders can have the same etiology.

Part Two – Clinical Findings by Dr Tom Bayne
There are many gut-healing programs available to practitioners, but often times those therapies are incomplete and ineffective. Healing the gut is a multifactorial process that requires several layers of therapy in order to achieve total gut restoration. Find out how you can use Microbiome Labs products to individualize treatment based upon patient history and symptoms.

After this presentation, attendees will be able to:

  • Describe how the gut microbiome is involved in various chronic diseases
  • Explain the connection between mucosal inflammation and chronic disease
  • Identify dietary and lifestyle factors that negatively impact the gut microbiome
  • Discuss actionable changes that any person can make to increase the diversity of the gut microbiome
  • List nutrients that can significantly repair intestinal barrier function
  • Describe the purpose of each layer of the Total Gut Restoration system
  • Explain the standard dosing protocol for the main Total Gut Restoration products
  • Identify conditions or symptoms that may benefit from a customized protocol
  • Discuss various ways of individualizing the Total Gut Restoration system
  • Describe how the gut microbiome is involved in various chronic diseases
  • Explain the connection between mucosal inflammation and chronic disease
  • Identify dietary and lifestyle factors that negatively impact the gut microbiome
  • Discuss actionable changes that any person can make to increase the diversity of the gut microbiome
  • List nutrients that can significantly repair intestinal barrier function
  • Describe the purpose of each layer of the Total Gut Restoration system
  • Explain the standard dosing protocol for the main Total Gut Restoration products
  • Identify conditions or symptoms that may benefit from a customized protocol
  • Discuss various ways of individualizing the Total Gut Restoration system

Location:

  • Rydges Hotel, Christchurch

Cost:

  • Pract Price: $75
  • Earlybird Pract Price CHCH only: $65 (ends 6th Sept)
  • Student price: $55
    (All prices excl GST)

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