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Healthy Gut, Healthy Brain

In his groundbreaking book, Grain Brain, David Perlmutter, MD, revealed that the fate of your brain is not in your genes, but rather in the food that you eat. Over the past five years, amazing research has uncovered much about the relationship between what we eat and its impact on a wide variety of health conditions.

Brain health is directly linked to what goes on in the gut. The microbiome affects mood, libido, clarity of thought, and often one’s perception of the world. A dysfunctional microbiome could be at the root of headaches, anxiety, inability to concentrate, or even a negative outlook on life.

Put simply, nearly everything about health—how we feel physically, cognitively, and emotionally—can hinge on the state of the microbiome.

During this two-day event, a lineup of experienced professionals who understand this relationship will provide effective tools you can use to assess and treat this critical relationship.

  • Up to 10 CME credits
  • Question-and-answer sessions with speakers

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Welcome to Registration for the 2018 Gut Brain Relationship Annual Conference November 2-3 in San Diego.

•Single Registration: $499.00

•Registration with 1 night lodging: $675.00

Your conference registration includes course tuition, conference materials, CME/CE credits, daily breakfast and lunch and a Holistic Happy Hour on Friday night.

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