Correlated Clinical Nutritional Pearls

Event Details

• Nutrients That Modulate the Expression of Our Genes
• Glutathione : The Most Important Molecule in the Body
— Which Patients Need to Take Glutathione
— How to Help the Body Make Glutathione
— The Many Metabolic Pathways Affected by Glutathione
• How to Improve Energy – Yours and Your Patients’
• Determining the Need for Acid and Alkaline Nutrients
• Commonly Overlooked Detoxification Pathways
• How to Address Sleep Issues
• Why the Patient May Need Neurotransmitters
— Nutrients for Neurotransmitter Production
— Preventing Neurotransmitter Depletion
• Spinal and Other Structural Effects of Nutritional Therapy
• Much more…

Seminar Topics
• Vitamin B Complex – Individual & Group Nutrients Including “B” and “G"
• Glutathione – The Most Important Molecule in the Body
• Metabolic Effects on Neurotransmitters
• Modulation of Genetic Expression
• The Parathyroid Gland & Vitamin D
• Sleep Issues
• Energy Metabolism
• Getting Rid of Ammonia Waste
• Nutrients for Low Blood Counts
• Sulfur Metabolism and Homocysteine
• Acid-Alkaline Balance and Autonomic Function
• The Neurological Basis for Chiropractic and Nutritional Supplementation

Event Speaker: 

Wally Schmitt, DC, DIBAK, DABCN

Dr. Schmitt is a chiropractic physician practicing in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He is a graduate of Duke University and the National College of Chiropractic. He was the first doctor to hold Diplomate status in both Applied Kinesiology and Neurology. He spent 30 years of his practice career developing the Quintessential Applications Clinical Protocol and is coauthor with Dr. Kerry McCord, of the Quintessential Applications book. He has also written three other books including Stop Your Pain Now!

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Event Date: 
Saturday, September 12, 2020 - 9:00am to Sunday, September 13, 2020 - 2:00pm
Event Region: 
Biotics Research Mid-Atlantic


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