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Essential Lab Tests for Metabolic Health

David Hogsed, DOM, LAc

January 13, 2024 | February 3, 2024 | March 9, 2024

To Register/For More Information: Nancy Morrow

Telephone: 262-495-6364

Email: nmorrow@Standardprocess.com

While metabolic dysfunction indicators such as obesity and hypertensioncan give general clues of metabolic health, only blood chemistry can objectively quantifythe level of blood sugar and metabolic dysfunction. In Essential Lab Tests/EssentialNutrition for Metabolic Health, David Hogsed, L.Ac. gives a thorough overview of themost important blood tests for assessing the modern patient, and simple nutritionalsupport for supporting metabolic health and restoration.Learning

Objectives:

1. Inexpensive lab tests to identify metabolic dysfunction.

2. Simple nutrition for reducing sugar and carbohydrate cravings.

3. Herbal support to help address stubborn insulin resistance cases.

4. How to jump start metabolic health after dietary missteps.

Kennesaw, GA | La Jolla, CA | Redmond, WA

6 CE

Gut and Adrenal Health: Their Role in Leaky Gut, Fatigue, Blood Sugar, and Metabolism

Bart Precourt, DC

January 13, 2024 | March 16, 2024 | April 20, 2024 | May 4, 2024 | August 10, 2024 | September 7, 2024 | October 5, 2024

To Register/For More Information: Nancy Morrow

Telephone: 262-495-6364

Email: nmorrow@Standardprocess.com

The goal of this seminar is to present an in-depth view of the principles and pathways of the gut brainconnection, digestive health and body stress regulating systems. This course will also identifyinflammation pathways and nutrition deficiencies that affect the human body’s ability to maintainoptimal health. Dr. Precourt will provide clinicians with the ability to correctly manage a patient’snutritional needs to meet contemporary demands and offer the practitioner protocols to interpretunderlying health and wellness issues that may arise while supporting nutritionally deficient patients.

Indianapolis, IN | Woburn, MA | Wichita, KS | Dallas, TX | Scranton, PA | Charlotte, NC | Louisville, KY

6 CE

Back to Basics: Nutrition for the Root Cause

Derek Strong, DC

February 23, 2024 | March 9, 2024

To Register/For More Information: Nancy Morrow

Telephone: 262-495-6364

Email: nmorrow@Standardprocess.com

This four-hour continuing education seminar will cover several nutritional topics to get to the root cause. Topics will include
physical cues to help determine nutritional status, how to identify toxins, and nutrients and herbs for supporting normal detoxification.

Dallas, TX | Arlington, VA

4 CE

Sweet Science: Mastering Blood Sugar & Insulin

Kimberly Besuden, DC

March 2, 2024 | March 16, 2024 | March 23, 2024

To Register/For More Information: Nancy Morrow

Telephone: 262-495-6364

Email: nmorrow@Standardprocess.com

Purpose: To provide clinicians with the ability to clinically manage a patient to reach a healthyblood sugar level. To offer the practitioner protocols to interpret underlying health and wellnessissues that may arise while supporting glucose, insulin and optimal A1c and hormonallychallenged patients that may be nutritionally deficient.Overview: To increase the doctors’ knowledge base on the positive promotion of lifestyle topatients while addressing nutritional deficiencies related to blood sugar health. Explore clinicaloptions available to provide support for the improvement of cardiometabolic health, healthyblood sugar level and healthy aging as it pertains to general health and wellness.

Riverside, CA | Oklahoma City, OK | Knoxville, TN

6 CE

Hormones

Dr. Devaki Berkson

April 6, 2024

https://Hormonalhealthandnutrientmastery.eventbrite.com


You can also register by contacting Biotics Research at
(800) 231-5777 or biotics@bioticsresearch.com

In a culture that perceives aging as synonymous with fragility, this seminar offers a deep dive into the
realm of hormonal health – a vital element in keeping patients resilient and extending longevity.
Join Dr. Berkson as she dispels common misconceptions surrounding hormones, including myths
about estrogen, and gain insight into science-based strategies that result in robust longevity.
Dr. Berkson’s recent and widely-discussed rebuttal regarding the misconceptions around estrogen, a
discussion that has gained viral social media status. As a result, the debate has captured the attention
of numerous OBGYN professionals who are eager to learn more.
Don’t miss this opportunity to unlock the secrets of hormones, and of living a longer and more vibrant
life.


Objectives
• Learn estrogen’s vindication with the 19 year analysis of WHI.
• Learn about the not known 7 million NIH study: the largest study ever run on hormones by our
own NIH and Medical Library of Congress.
• Identify hormonal signaling, receptor functionality and diverse receptors and functions such as
estrogen receptor alpha (the bad estrogen dominance) vs. estrogen receptor beta (the good
estrogen dominance).
• Identify specific nutrients that shorten or lengthen hormone signaling time.
• Discover the role of hormones in gut health and healing intestinal hyperpermeability (leaky
gut) and the role of hormones in biome and gut immunity health (SIGA).
• Understand how to track healthy hormones as we age, and the emergent role of FSH.
• Understand what endocrine disruption is, what it is doing to our hormones, children, brain,
obesity epidemic, and how to protect our patients.
• Learn evidence-based nutritional protocols.

Indianapolis, IN

8 CE

Hormones

Dr. Devaki Berkson

April 13, 2024

https://HormonesSeminarwithDrBerksonColumbusOH.eventbrite.com


You can also register by contacting Biotics Research at
(800) 231-5777 or biotics@bioticsresearch.com

In a culture that perceives aging as synonymous with fragility, this seminar offers a deep dive into the
realm of hormonal health – a vital element in keeping patients resilient and extending longevity.
Join Dr. Berkson as she dispels common misconceptions surrounding hormones, including myths
about estrogen, and gain insight into science-based strategies that result in robust longevity.
Dr. Berkson’s recent and widely-discussed rebuttal regarding the misconceptions around estrogen, a
discussion that has gained viral social media status. As a result, the debate has captured the attention
of numerous OBGYN professionals who are eager to learn more.
Don’t miss this opportunity to unlock the secrets of hormones, and of living a longer and more vibrant
life.


Objectives
• Learn estrogen’s vindication with the 19 year analysis of WHI.
• Learn about the not known 7 million NIH study: the largest study ever run on hormones by our
own NIH and Medical Library of Congress.
• Identify hormonal signaling, receptor functionality and diverse receptors and functions such as
estrogen receptor alpha (the bad estrogen dominance) vs. estrogen receptor beta (the good
estrogen dominance).
• Identify specific nutrients that shorten or lengthen hormone signaling time.
• Discover the role of hormones in gut health and healing intestinal hyperpermeability (leaky
gut) and the role of hormones in biome and gut immunity health (SIGA).
• Understand how to track healthy hormones as we age, and the emergent role of FSH.
• Understand what endocrine disruption is, what it is doing to our hormones, children, brain,
obesity epidemic, and how to protect our patients.
• Learn evidence-based nutritional protocols.

Columbus, OH

8 CE

Your Infectious Personality - Rethinking Mood Disorder Treatments & Infection Links

Brett Wisniewski, DC, MS, DABCI, DACBN

March 16, 2024

Registration: https://YourInfectiousPersonality.eventbrite.com

You can also register by contacting Biotics Research at (800) 231-5777 or klyche@bioticsresearch.com.

Mood disorders such as anxiety and depression are the leading causes of disability globally,highlighting the urgency for more effective diagnosis and treatment methods. Traditionalpharmacological treatments such as SSRIs and SNRIs, while widely used, often come withsignificant drawbacks, including severe side effects. This leaves a gap in treatment options formany patients, particularly when considering natural and pharmaceutical alternatives.This seminar will also highlight the role that infections might play in the pathogenesis ofdifferent mood disorders. Dr. Wisniewski will cover how some viruses directly infect the centralnervous system, and how other microbes might indirectly influence nervous system functions.Join Dr. Wisniewski as he delves deeper into these topics from a molecular perspective andoffers clinical actionable therapies and protocols with real world patient cases.Program Goals/Objectives: At the end of the seminar, healthcare professional attendees willhave a detailed understanding of:

● An understanding of the immune system and impact of infections● Pathways involved in mood disorders and how infections can manipulate them

● The proper tests to run for those with mood disorders.

● Basic principles that may apply to many other conditions such as Alzheimer’s,Parkinson’s, and MS

Walnut Creek, CA

8 Hours

Hormones

Dr. Devaki Berkson

January 27, 2024

Registration: https://bit.ly/Berkson-Hormones-JAN27

You can also register by contacting Biotics Research at
(800) 231-5777 or biotics@bioticsresearch.com

This seminar is designed to teach healthcare professionals about the “bigger picture” of hormones and health.
Hormones signal and oversee the entire digestive tract, brain, kidneys, vocal chords, lungs, biome integrity, gut
wall integrity, autoimmunity, and are even critical in resistant weight issues.
Hormone health and balance cannot be completely understood by testing blood, saliva, and urine levels. This is
because (1) hormones depend on “receptor functionality”, which depends on food choices, digestion, specific
nutrients, lifestyle, and evidence-based nutritional supplements, and (2) the reality of endocrinology vs.
intracrinology
Program Goals/Objectives: At the end of the seminar, healthcare professional attendees will have a detailed
understanding of:
● Learn estrogen's vindication with the 19 year analysis of WHI
● Identification of hormonal signaling, receptor functionality and diverse receptors and functions such as
estrogen receptor alpha (the bad estrogen dominance) vs. estrogen receptor beta (the good estrogen
dominance)
● Identification of specific nutrients that shorten or lengthen hormone signaling time
● Role of hormones in gut heath and healing intestinal hyperpermeability (leaky gut) and the role of
hormones in biome and gut immunity health (SIGA)
● How to track healthy hormones as we age and the emergent role of FSH.
● What is endocrine disruption, what is it doing to our hormones, children, brain, obesity epidemic, and
how to protect our patients.
● Evidence-based nutritional protocols

Novi, MI

8 CE

Foundations for Herbal Support

Marisa Marciano, B. Kin, ND, RH (AHG)

1/1/2024 - 12/31/2024

This 10 module, 3 part course is designed to instruct healthcare practitioners from various backgrounds on how to begin to practically integrate the benefits of herbal support in a clinical context. Emphasis is placed on developing a systematic understanding of herbal terminology (e.g. actions & constituents) and therapeutic principles from a Western Herbalism perspective using an evidence-based approach to plant pharmacology and medicinal applications. Herbal Materia Medica will be explored using a holistic and approach to body systems (e.g. digestive, neuroendocrine, immune, musculoskeletal) and pathophysiology (e.g. inflammation). with an emphasis on developing strong rationale for clinical uses while taking an individual and customized approach to each patient. Upon completion of this course the practitioner will have developed the ability to understand fundamental herbal terminology as well as the safe and effective use of a variety of botanicals for common health conditions based on a thorough understanding of a plant’s best available evidence, traditional medicinal actions, pharmacology, and ideal route of administration.

For more information contact: Wholistic Matters website: www.WholisticMatters.comor

Nancy Morrow, 262-495-6364, nmorrow@Standardprocess.com

Online

Online - 10 Hrs.

Cognition Health

Marlene Merritt, DOM, Will Mitchell, DOM

1/1/2024 - 12/31/2024

"This 3-module, 3-part focuses on defining brain physiology:
• What builds the brain
• Learn about Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) and what specifically impacts it
• Review the latest literature as it relates to brain health and cognition
• Understand the role of nutrition and herbs in brain health

For more information contact: Wholistic Matters website: www.WholisticMatters.comor

Nancy Morrow, 262-495-6364, nmorrow@Standardprocess.com

Online

3 Hrs

Nutrition to Support Neuroinflammation

Christopher Bump, DC

1/1/2024 - 12/31/2024

Chronic inflammation is associated with all degenerative disease processes including but not limited to Type II diabetes, heart disease, obesity, hypertension, arthritis, cancer, chronic pain, autoimmunity and Alzheimer's. Therefore exploring the innumerable triggers which initiate the inflammatory process is essential for the clinician, when assessing patient need and recommending therapeutics. What is often overlooked is how the nervous system plays an integral part in the inflammatory process. The central, autonomic and enteric nervous systems are intimately involved in the process leading to development of neuro-inflammation. But too, the nervous system is affected by chronic, unresolved inflammation. In this lecture Dr. Bump will describe the process of chronic inflammation, its antecedents, its triggers and its manifestations in various pathologies including those with structural manifestations often seen in the Chiropractic clinic. He will discuss some of the numerous causes including diet and life-style, stress, nutrient deficiencies, microbial infections, oxidative stress, structural imbalances and environmental issues. He will review the various diagnostics available for assessment and offer clinical insight into numerous therapeutics including nutrition, diet, and lifestyle.

Learning Objectives
1. Gain an understanding of the chronic inflammatory conditions in patients that present in the
chiropractic practice.
2. Review of the immune system, intracellular messaging and other physiologic pathways involved in
inflammatory and neuro-inflammatory response.
3. Describe the process of resolution in the inflammatory process
4. Clinical application of how to assess chronic neuro-inflammation and provide therapeutic
interventions with diet, nutrient and life-style modifications.
5. Become familiar with concept and clinical application of neuro-inflammation.

Standard Process Wholistic Matters website: www.WholisticMatters.com

For more information contact: Wholistic Matters website: www.WholisticMatters.comor

Nancy Morrow, 262-495-6364, nmorrow@Standardprocess.com

Online

3 Hrs.

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Stephen Durrell, MTOM, LAc Heather Peterman, DAOM, LAc

1/1/2024 - 12/31/2024

In this module, we will describe the differences of tonics, adaptogens, and adrenal modulators and
how to identify their need in patients.
Specifically, we will cover:
Basic knowledge of Chinese Internal Medicine theory
Learn the roles of tonics, adaptogens and adrenal modulators.
Potential ways Qi deficiency and Blood Stasis presents itself clinically and what herbs can be used for support.
Discuss the differences in symptoms and herbal support for Kidney Yang deficiency and Kidney Yin deficiency, in
supporting overall health.

For more information contact: Wholistic Matters website: www.WholisticMatters.comor

Nancy Morrow, 262-495-6364, nmorrow@Standardprocess.com

Online

2 CE

Sports Nutrition with a Nutritional-Based Focus for Healthcare Practitioners

Ryan Lazarus, DC Kristine Polley, PhD

1/1/2024 - 12/31/2024

For more information contact: Wholistic Matters website: www.WholisticMatters.comor

Nancy Morrow, 262-495-6364, nmorrow@Standardprocess.com

This 6 module course is designed to instruct healthcare practitioners from variousbackgrounds on how to begin to practically integrate the benefits of sports nutritional ina clinical context. The modules focus on a sports approach, including optimizing athleterecovery from injury, prevention of future injuries, and enhancing athlete performance.Emphasis is placed on how to support the health of an athlete and how to identifynutritional deficiencies in athletes that may lead to impaired recovery, training, andperformance. Key nutrients will be identified that may support enhanced recovery andtraining response, and optimize performance in order to provide the best athlete-patientcare. Upon completion of this course, the practitioner will have developed the ability toidentify potential gaps in athlete’s nutritional care and have an understanding of theroles nutrition plays in different phases of training for athletes.

Online

6 CE

Functional Medicine University

Dr. Ron Grisanti

1/1/2023 - 12/31/2023

https://www.functionalmedicineuniversity.com/


Modules are available for ACBN continuing education through FMU. Functional Medicine University is nationally recognized as a leader in functional medicine education for the health care professional and CEUs and certificates of completion are provided by Southern California University of Health Sciences FMU provides a comprehensive approach to the study of functional medicine. FMU's focus is to ensure that students of the Functional Medicine Training Program have met the standards set forth within both the health care and private sectors.

For more information: 877-328-4035 or drgrisanti@gmail.com

Online

12 CE

Microbiome

Mahmoud Ghannoum, PhD

1/1/2024 - 12/31/2024

Standard Process Wholistic Matters website: www.WholisticMatters.comThis 3 module, 3-part focuses on defining the microbiome. Specifics covered are recent advances inNext Generation Sequencing, which ushered an explosion of research into the communities of micro-organisms living in our bodies. Learn the identity of the microbiomes that reside in our body and theassociations and correlations between the microbiome and digestive/non-digestive issues and diseases.Also learn rebalancing the microbiome to promote human health and combat disease.

Standard Process Wholistic Matters website: www.WholisticMatters.com


For more information contact: Wholistic Matters website: www.WholisticMatters.comor

Nancy Morrow, 262-495-6364, nmorrow@Standardprocess.com

Online

3 Hours

Functional Nutrition

Ryan Lazarus, MS, CNS, DC

1/1/2024 - 12/31/2024

For more information contact: Wholistic Matters website: www.WholisticMatters.comor

Nancy Morrow, 262-495-6364, nmorrow@Standardprocess.com

Modules include: Fundamentals of Functional Nutrition I (PFC-MVP)Fundamentals of Functional Nutrition II (PFC-MVP)Functional Nutrition Operating SystemEnergy - Mitochondria MetabolismDefend & Repair - Immune Health, InflammationBiotransformation – Detoxification & EliminationAssimilation – Microbiome, Digestion & AbsorptionStructural Integrity – Physical Performance and RecoveryCommunication – HPATG Axis, Hormones, NeurotransmittersPractitioner Implementation Strategies – Psychology of Eating


Online

10 Hrs.

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