Food Matters to Grey Matter The Gut-Brain Connection: A Holistic Approach to Treatment and Prevention of Cognitive Decline11/6/20198:30am6:30pm
New York, New York 10012
Registration: Attendee | Exhibitor/Sponsor: SOLD OUT
Dale Bredesen, MD: Internationally recognized expert in the field of prevention and treatment of cognitive decline and bestselling author of the The End of Alzheimer’s. He promotes his message of hope through individualized lifestyle modification in his innovative protocol.
Sean Gibbons, PhD: Assistant Professor and Researcher at the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB). He and his colleagues investigate the interactions between microbial ecology, evolution and ecosystem function; applying these insights to develop personalized interventions for improving human health and well-being.
Lisa Feiner, MBA, M.Ed: Holistic Life and Wellness Coach and the co-founder of Sharp Again Naturally. Lisa has provided guidance on better nutrition and developing a healthier lifestyle to clients suffering from a range of issues including MS, fibromyalgia, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and dementia, Lisa helped found Sharp Again Naturally which educates the public on the preventable and reversible causes of memory loss and dementia.
Continuing Education Units: Pending 4.25 CEUs for NACCM & NYSED – Social Work (Valid for NJ Board of Social Work)
Sponsorship Opportunities: Limited to 16 exhibitors offering goods & services
that enhance the care of clients & our professional practices. Online registration available only.
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