Dr. Meletis completes lecture series in Las Vegas at the World Health Conference for the A4M
December 26, 2012
Dr. Meletis just completed a lecture series in Las Vegas at the World Health Conference for the A4M, the topics included the relationship between diabetes, inflammation and anxiety/depression. He also lectured on the balance between adrenal and thyroid function as it involves the proper balance of male and female gonadal hormones, as integrated under the NeuroEndocrine Theory of Aging.
Synopsis of Talk
Clinical Utilization of Nutraceuticals for Inflammation Control as Tools for Fighting Metabolic Syndrome and Diabetes
Chris Meletis, N.D.
A review of the latest scientific literature relative to the application of natural therapeutics to control systemic inflammation in clinical practice. A special focus will be given to the therapeutic effects of novel approaches to healthy blood glucose levels and
70 million individuals in the United States suffer from the afflictions of the disease accelerants associated with Metabolic Syndrome. The relationship between inflammation and the “Catch 22 of Altered Cellular Homeostasis” places this category of patient at high risk of becoming stuck in the vicious cycle of obesity, elevated glucose, hypertension, fatigue and cardiac dysfunction.
Integration of clinical management of body mass, prediabetes, diabetes and the resultant inflammatory dysfunction will interwoven throughout this discussion.
Bottomline: This dynamic discussion will provide simple and clear clinical interventions to liberation patients from stuck in the biochemical spin cycle of dysglycemia and hyper-glycation.
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