LOCATION
Online
DESCRIPTION
As little as 15 years ago diet and inflammation was not a hot topic of interest. But now information abounds regarding the relationship between diet and inflammation. In this session, learn about how a dietary excess of sugar, flour, and refined oils create chronic inflammation. This occurs via postprandial hyperglycemia and endotoxemia, each which can become a chronic state in the fasting state. By addressing chronic inflammation properly, we can target the underlying cause of most chronic conditions, such as obesity, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, interstitial cystitis, depression, and migraine headache and other pain syndromes.
License Approval
State/ Org. Type Approval Code Credits
BC DC † PreApproved 1
CO DC † PreApproved 1
CT DC † PreApproved 1
DC DC † PreApproved 1
DE DC † PreApproved 1
IA DC † PreApproved 1
ID DC † PreApproved 1
IL DC † PreApproved 1
IN DC Not Accepted 0
KY DC Not Accepted 0
LA DC Not Accepted 0
MA DC † PreApproved 1
MB DC † PreApproved 1
MD DC † PreApproved 1
MI DC † PreApproved 1
MS DC Not Accepted 0
MT DC † PreApproved 1
NB DC † PreApproved 1
ND DC † PreApproved 1
NE DC † PreApproved 1
NH DC Pending 1
NJ DC † PreApproved 1
NY DC Approved 1
OH DC † PreApproved 1
ON DC † PreApproved 1
OR DC † PreApproved 1
PR DC † PreApproved 1
QC DC † PreApproved 1
RI DC † PreApproved 1
SC DC † PreApproved 1
SK DC † PreApproved 1
UT DC † PreApproved 1
VA DC † PreApproved 1
VT DC † PreApproved 1
WA DC † PreApproved 1
WI DC Not Accepted 0
WY DC † PreApproved 1
† This seminar is valid for CE credits in "pre-approved" states, so long as it falls within the scope of practice as outlined by the corresponding state board. It remains attendees' responsibility to contact the state board(s) from which they seek continuing education credits for purposes of ensuring said board(s) approves both the delivery method and content as they relate to this event.