Live Event
Event Type: 
Live Online Webinar
Date & Time: 
Saturday April 29, 2017 8:00 am - 4:30 pm PDT
Event Timezone: 
Pacific Standard Time PST/PDT (Vancouver BC, Los Angeles CA)
Event Details: 

There will be a 30 minute meal break at 12:00pm PST
Live webinars fulfill all 50 hours of live CEUs for California. You have 2 years access to the recording to complete for CEU/PDA, so you can take advantage of our early bird savings now and watch the recording after the live stream date.
Start time for different time zones
Hawaii -6:00am
California - 8:00am
Colorado - 9:00am
Texas -10:00am
New York - 11:00pm
UK - 4:00pm
Israel - 6:00pm
Sydney, Australia 2:00am
April 30 New Zealand - 4:00am April 30

As baby boomers come of age, the incidence of Alzheimer’s is increasing at a rapid rate, with currently more than 1 in 3 people dying of the disease. It is considered the third leading cause of death after heart disease and cancer and there is no cure. Or is there? Research is being published showing a reversal of cognitive decline in humans, bringing patients back from lives that had been curtailed by their inability to work, drive, or recognize the people around them.

Perhaps we should look at cognitive decline as a roof with many holes — a drug may manage one, but there are many holes left unattended. Learn how to recognize and address the root causes of dementia from a nutritional, herbal and functional medicine approach, not just for your patients but also for yourself and your family.


In this course, the practitioner will learn:

  • What is normal memory loss and what is not
  • Why Alzheimer’s is now being called “Type 3 Diabetes”
  • The multiple causes of neuroinflammation
  • How gluten can play a factor
  • Nutritional issues involved with cognitive decline
  • The evidence-based solutions to address these issues



  • Hour 1: Statistics of the current epidemic, what is normal memory loss, other causes of dementia that are reversible (thyroid issues, b12 deficiency, etc.)
  • Hour 2: definition and anatomy of amyloid beta plaques, and tau proteins, the genetics of dementia. Begin discussing blood sugar and Alzheimer’s, and current research of Type 3 diabetes.
  • Hour 3: Continue Type 3 diabetes. Begin discussion of neuroinflammation: definition and causes. What are the triggers — infections, sleep apnea, elevated insulin, obesity, damaged tissue, etc.
  • Hour 4: What is Nrf2 and why is it helpful for inflammation? Herbal and nutritional sources of Nrf2. Gluten and it’s effects on the brain.
  • Hour 5: The impact of poor sleep on beta amyloid plaques and ways to address it. Nutritional issues with dementia: b vitamins and methylation issues, zinc/copper ratios, DHA ’s protective benefits on the brain.
  • Hour 6: Putting it all together — prioritizing issues, prioritizing lifestyle modifications, clarifying which vitamins and herbs will have the most impact. Time for questions.
This Course Includes:
Biomedicine, Functional Medicine
Pending Approval:
Category 1
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