The Gut-Microbiome Impact on Female Hormone Health - Vancouver, BC - September 21, 2019

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Location Vancouver, BC
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Date: Saturday, September 21, 2019

Time: 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM EST - Registration
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST – One Day Intensive (includes Buffet Lunch)

Continuing Education Credits
Eligible for Cono Category B Credits (ON)
6.5 CNPBC Hours (BC)
6.5 SANP Hours (SK)
6.5 MNA Hours (MB)
6.5 Hours (AB)

Join us as leading experts Dr. Nigel Plummer and Dr. Felice Gersh collaborate to present this dynamic platform of emerging research and clinical expertise demonstrating the mechanisms by which the microbiome impacts health and well-being. Dr. Plummer will deep dive into the effects of probiotics on cognitive function, mood and the aging brain; metabolic health and physical performance. Dr. Gersh, author of PCOS SOS: A gynecologist's Lifeline to Naturally Restore Your Rhythms, Hormones, and Happiness, will share her vast clinical expertise on how women’s hormones, the immune system, and gut microbiome must work synergistically to support female physiology.

Attendees will learn:
  • Compelling evidence on intestinal disparities, including IBS, intestinal permeability, overgrowth of unfavorable bacteria, and immune system support.
  • New emerging evidence for the effects of probiotics on cognitive function, mood and the aging brain; metabolic health (including weight management, glucose and cholesterol metabolism) and physical performance.
  • How the gut-brain-immune-hormone connection works synergistically to support healthy female physiology – a focus on PCOS and menopause health.
  • Practical lifestyle and nutritional solutions that can be immediately implemented into practice regime to optimize the health for your patients.

Registration: 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM EST
One Day Intensive: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST (includes Buffet Lunch)

We are very pleased to offer you a complimentary lunch buffet.
A .PDF file of the presentation will be e-mailed before the event. Please note that in an effort to be more environmentally responsible, hard copy manuals will not be distributed at the event.