An audio series for health care providers – with continuing education for naturopathic physicians – bundled together in one discounted package:
- Six (6) audio recordings (1.5 – 2.0 hours each)
- Digital book of notes (110-page PDF)
- Continuing education credits: 10 hours for naturopathic physicians
- Order with one-click for $55 ($85 value)
Note: The information in this series is provided as a research resource for health professionals and is not intended to replace diagnosis and treatment by a qualified health care practitioner.
Audio Series Details
(See below for lecture titles and descriptions)
One-click orders all six recordings selected from the Botanical Medicine library, plus a 110-page PDF of notes. Together these provide comprehensive information for clinicians on one of the most pressing challenges of our age.
The series begins with a clear statement of the current situation by the researcher, pediatrician, and author Leo Trasande, MD. The panel that follows features three clinicians’ approaches to managing environmental illness. Rounding out the series are two-part presentations, one by Walter Crinnion, ND, known as one of the leading experts and authors in the field of environmental medicine, and one by Donald Yance, RH (AHG). Donnie presents research on the harmful effects of glyphosate and the botanical and other therapies for managing exposure, along with intriguing information about hormesis, or low-dose exposure, which may actually contribute to overall health stability.
(Series price of $55 includes a 110-page PDF of lecture notes.)
- 10 total CME hours if not claimed previously for the below lectures
- 9.0 general + 1.0 pharmacy credits
- Approved by Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine (OBNM)
- Full CE details
|Presentation Title and Speaker||Speaker(s)||General Hours (approved by OBNM)||Pharm Hours (approved by OBNM)|
|Keynote: Endocrine Disruptors: History, Recent Research Individual and Societal Remedies||Leo Trasande, MD, MPP||1.5|
|Panel: Managing Symptoms of Hormonal Disruption with Botanical Medicine||Jillian Stansbury, ND, Jill Crista, ND, and Kenneth Proefrock, NMD||1.5|
|Neuroinflammation: Causes, Symptoms, Diseases, Part 1 and Part 2||Walter Crinnion, ND||3.0|
|Intensive: Mitigating the Effects of Glyphosate and other Environmental Toxins with Herbal Medicine, Part 1 and Part 2||Donald Yance, RH (AHG)||3.0||1.0|
Audio recordings included in this series:
Keynote: Endocrine Disruptors: History, Recent Research, Individual and Societal Remedies
Leo Trasande, MD, MPP
Following in the footsteps of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring and Theo Colborn’s Our Stolen Future, best-selling author, researcher and pediatrician Leo Trasande, MD reveals the far-reaching health implications of chemicals in our environment. He describes the recent research which exposes the subtle and long-lasting effects of endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) and proposes remedies that begin with the individual family and expand to worldwide economies. (Product Code: 19ME16)
Panel: Managing Symptoms of Hormonal Disruption with Botanical Medicine
Jillian Stansbury, ND, Jill Crista, ND, and Kenneth Proefrock, NMD
This panel’s focus is on endocrine disruptors in the environment. What does that mean, what compounds are endocrine disruptors, how can we avoid them, how do we get them out of the body once we are exposed? Do foods, herbs, legumes and fiber protect against environmental agents? (Product Code: 21ME24)
Neuroinflammation: Causes, Symptoms, Diseases, Part 1 and Part 2
Walter Crinnion, ND
The focus of this two-part presentation is on mitigating the inflammatory effects of EDCs (endocrine-disrupting chemicals). Part 1 discusses how neuroinflammation can be caused by traumatic brain injury, high blood sugar, the Standard American Microbiome (from the Standard American Diet), and the common pollutants in urban air. It explores how inflammation starts and describes the common triggers.
In part two, Walter Crinnion draws on his vast expertise in environmental medicine to describe how botanical therapies, high quality probiotics and the Mediterranean diet can improve the microbiome, counter the effects of EDCs and help quench neuroinflammation. (Product Code: 17NeuroPt1andPt2)
Intensive: Mitigating the Effects of Glyphosate and other Environmental Toxins with Herbal Medicine, Part 1 and Part 2
Donald Yance, RH (AHG)
This 4-hour intensive focuses on protecting our health in the face of widespread use of environmental chemicals, which is becoming one of the most pressing challenges of our times. Donnie Yance presents extensive research the connection between the use of glyphosate and the current epidemics of antibiotic resistance, endocrine disruption and other effects. He shows how botanicals and nutrients can work in concert with hormesis (low-dose exposure) to expand the range of an individual’s health stability. (Product Code: 20MEGlyphoPt1andPt2)
Plus Lecture notes to accompany these audio recordings in PDF Format (110-page digital book) included in the $55 package price.