This lecture can be applied toward the 8 C.E. credits required for the NCMIC 5% discount.
Every organ and system in the body is affected by physical activity and exercise, especially the gut.
Dr. Silverman comprehensively reviews how physical activity affects the gut and how its communicating responses affect the body’s organs and systems. Topics range from the various gut-organ pathways altered by exercise to hormones’ effect on performance, the gut-brain axis, the blood-brain barrier, and concussions’ impact on the pituitary gland and women. A substantial section is devoted to exercising females, the role of hormones in the development of “exercise euphoria,” and their effects on athletic performance and their consequences for long-term health.
This is leading-edge science demonstrating the power of functional nutrition on health and sports performance that will be the precursor to the sports performance trend as we progress through the 21st century.
Join Dr. Silverman in this exciting 6-hour presentation. You will gain insight into a comprehensive methodology for incorporating protocols into a clinically significant and financially rewarding system that you’ll be able to apply to your practice immediately. This webinar is ideal for any practitioners who address or want to integrate sports performance and practice within the realm of gut health and sports nutrition.