Summer IPAK-EDU Microbiome Master Class w/9 Lecture by 7 Instructors
Participants will comprehensively understand the biology of the microbiome and obtain clinically actionable knowledge on addressing dysbiosis.
Here’s an interesting review on Leaky Gut and Autoimmunity: An Intricate Balance in Individuals Health and the Diseased State - PMC (nih.gov). And another on Guts Imbalance Imbalances the Brain: A Review of Gut Microbiota Association with Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders (Frontiers).
IPAK-EDU Microbiome Master Course, Summer 2023
This class will meet June/July on Wednesdays @ 3pm ET weather permitting ;)
Our microbiome is a complex and wonderful community of organisms that we work with to make sure we can access nutrients, remove and process waste, keep ourselves healthy, and inform our immune system of pathogenic bacteria and viruses when they get out of balance. In this class, students will receive intensive, detailed high-level instruction on the human microbiome from many perspectives. The breadth of perspectives will impress you, and you'll be satisfied that you know in great detail how we work best with our microbial endosymbionts.
Healthy Microbiomes - Dr. Lyons-Weiler
The Ecology of the Microbiome - Dr. Schafer
The Microbiome, Diet and Human Digestive Health - Kender
Clinical Data in Use (Case Series) - Dr. Ealy
Microbiome/Brain Crosstalk - Dr. Randall Gates
Environmental Toxins and the Microbiome - Dr. Lyons-Weiler
Microbiome and the Immune System - Dr. Lyons-Weiler
Clinically Actionable Decisions on the Microbiome - Dr. Neuenschwander
Microbiome Master Class - Dr. Michael Gaeta
This looks great...one of the primary keys to health is understanding the function and impact of dysbiosis on just about everything in our bodies! Why does it state weather permitting? Is it not virtual?
Sounds great - lots to explore and teach here. Graphene oxide (and more in our environment, foods, vaccines and “medicines”) crosses the intestinal cell walls and causes widespread inflammation. Nothing like attacking us where it hurts.