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The Impact of Chemical Agriculture on the Global Microbiome and Human Health

The Impact of Chemical Agriculture on the Global Microbiome and Human Health

The Impact of Chemical Agriculture on the Global Microbiome and Human Health

Zach Bush, MD
Zach Bush, MD
on behalf of National University of Health Sciences

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Launch date: 03 Apr 2018
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Last updated: 05 Aug 2019

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Dr Irene Parent D.C.,DACBN,DCBCN (3 Sep 2018)
Best relevant nutrition speaker I have heard in a LONG time. He had me hanging on every word. I would love to hear more from him!
Dr Alan Rush (25 Jun 2018)
Phenomenal information on glyphosate as it relates to gluten sensitivity.

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The advent of our modern chemical farming era has challenged the health of humans and the planet. We are seeing mass extinction in micro and macro ecosystems across the globe. This lecture demonstrates the mechanisms by which these events are tied to the epidemic of chronic disease that is occurring in the developed world. This lecture intends to expand your concept of health for you and your patients far beyond the human biology as we explore the role of micro-RNA, bacterial nutritional metabolites, and bacterial colonization of the human body in the maintenance of health.

Objectives

Understand modern agriculture
Understand the impact of modern agriculture on the microbiome and human health.
Understand bacterial metabolites
Understand the important role of bacterial metabolites in the maintenance of your gut membrane to protect the human immune system
Understand the relationship of the microbiome and genes
Develop a new perspective on the relationship between the microbiome's ability to program what your 25,000 genes are doing today
Recognize hallmarks of microbiome deficiency
Recognize the clinical hallmarks of microbiome deficiency at all stages of life and the implications for the individual and for the human population at large.
Zach Bush, MD

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Zach Bush, MD
on behalf of National University of Health Sciences

Zach Bush, MD, is one of the few triple board-certified physicians in the country, with expertise in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism, and Hospice/Palliative care. The breakthrough science that Dr. Bush and his colleagues have delivered offers profound new insights into human health and longevity. In 2012, he discovered a family of carbon-based redox molecules made by bacteria, and his team has subsequently demonstrated that this cellular communication network functions as an antidote to glyphosate and many other dietary, chemical, and pharmaceutical toxins that disrupt our body’s natural defense systems. This science has resulted in a revolutionary
class of dietary supplements, including the product RESTORE.

Dr. Bush points to his kids as the driving force behind his passion for change. He is fiercely motivated by a desire to have them experience a much brighter and healthier future. His educational efforts provide a grassroots foundation from which we can launch change in our legislative decisions, ultimately up-shifting consumer behavior to bring about radical change in the mega industries of big farming, big pharma, and western medicine at large.

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Chiropractic Continuing Education credits:

This course is valid for continuing education credit in the following states, so long as it falls within the scope of practice as outlined by the corresponding state board (approval numbers provided for states which require them):

AL (Web: 800113), AK (5022/5023), CA (Live: CA-A-18-02-14791; Web: CA-A-18-02-14792), CO, CT, DE, DC, FL (20-610611), GA, HI(pending as of 4/1/18), ID, IL, IN, IA, KS(pending as of 4/1/18), MA, ME (5022/5023), MN (5022/5023), MD, MI, MO (Live: 20180001150-62, Web: 2015001163-75), MT, MS, NE, NC (5022/5023), ND(5022/5023) NE, NH(pending as of 4/1/18), NJ (5022/5023), NM (Web:5023), NY (Live: 1300, Web: 1391), NV (5022/5023), OH (5022/5023), OR, PA(DCE001039), RI, SC, SD(5022/5023), TN(5022/5023), TX (Live:07-8715, Web: 07-8716) UT, VT, VA, WA, WI (CHI10846), WY

Please note that online continuing education is not recognized in the following states:
FL, IN, KY, LA, MS, OK, WI, WY

Naturopathic Continuing Education: OR (# General) pending as of 4/1/18

If your state is not listed, please check approved continuing education through your respective state board, or contact our offices.

NUHS makes no representation either directly or indirectly that the substantive matter being presented is approved or within respective scope of licensing. It remains the 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.

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Dr Irene Parent D.C.,DACBN,DCBCN (3 Sep 2018)
Best relevant nutrition speaker I have heard in a LONG time. He had me hanging on every word. I would love to hear more from him!
Dr Alan Rush (25 Jun 2018)
Phenomenal information on glyphosate as it relates to gluten sensitivity.

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