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12th Annual Restorative Medicine Conference

12th Annual Restorative Medicine Conference

Save the Date: October 9-12, 2014 in Santa Fe, New Mexico

For Physicians and Allied Health Professionals Only

Join us for 12th Annual Restorative Medicine Conference on October 9-12, 2014, in beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico! Leading authorities such as Tieraona Low Dog, MD, Antonio Bianco, MD, and Joe Pizzorno, ND will share rare and valuable clinical pearls and cutting-edge research on bio-identical hormones, nutrients and medicinal herbs. Be prepared for fun, including an excursion to the Albequerque International Balloon Fiesta to witness the "Mass Ascension"!
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Jill Stansbury, ND

Supporting Adrenal Function with Adaptogenic Herbs

Paul Saunders, ND, PhD is a NIH grant-reviewer and an expert in the therapeutic actions of adaptogenic herbs. This class of herbs has the distinctive characteristic of providing gentle adrenal support and modulating the stress response. Because of their gentle action, they are quite safe for long term use, with no known drug interactions.
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Adrenal Px Balance Capsules

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Calming Actions of Anemone Pulsatilla, Nepeta, and Rauvolfia

The Calming Actions of Anemone Pulsatilla, Nepeta, and Rauvolfia

Physician, herbal expert and chair of Botanical Medicine Department at The National College of Naturopathic Medicine, Jill Stansbury, ND, provides a brief overview of three herbs, Anemone pulsatilla, Nepetacataria and Rauvolfia. She reviews their bioactive constituents and primary indications for supporting a healthy parasympathetic nervous system. There are several known and theoretical side effects to be familiar with for these underutilized herbs.
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Epigenetic Mechanisms

Do Genetics Necessarily Determine Our Fate?

Our state of health is a combination of our genes and environment. Genetic expression can be regulated by controlling diet and exposure to environmental pollutants. Research demonstrates how these damaging factors can influence the development of chronic diseases, even spanning across several generations. The best defense is avoidance of harmful exposures and focusing on nutritional support of detoxification pathways.
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Vitamin D and Major Chronic Illness

New Revelations with Up-to-date Vitamin D Research

A large body of research has accumulated over the past decade regarding the consequences of vitamin D deficiency. During this period, there has been a revelation that vitamin D is linked to far more biochemical reactions than originally believed. In this review, Sadeq Quraishi, MD covers the new clinical recommendations and the resulting re-evaluation of what should be considered "adequate".
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Iodine Supplementation and Monitoring to Ensure Patient Health and Safety

Iodine Supplementation and Monitoring to Ensure Patient Health and Safety

Iodine deficiency is the leading cause of thyroid dysfunction. Years ago, salt became iodized in response to high rates of deficiency, however, iodine levels have still been dropping in recent years despite fortification. Jorge Flechas, MD reviews the range of testing methods for iodine status based on his expertise in the field, by utilizing iodide, bromide and fluoride.
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