At the 2016 International Seminar, we are marking our 35th year as the compounding industry leader. Join us to celebrate the power of compounding and to remember why we all committed to this profession in the first place: to make a difference in the lives of our patients through collaboration, innovation and dedication.
We are thrilled to have David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM, join us as the opening keynote speaker on the relationship between intestinal microbes and the brain. Change Your Brain’s Destiny – For the Better by joining us for Dr. Perlmutter’s presentation.
Friday's keynote address is all about igniting your brilliance and supercharging your leadership, as told through the humor, insight and experience of AmyK Hutchens, MS.
And be sure to stay until the end of International Seminar for our closing keynote speaker Jim LaValle, RPh, MS, CCN, as he discusses the broad-reaching effects of cortisol, stress and their global impact on metabolism, diving into the hidden and many times overlooked consequences of cortisol dysregulation and what you can do about it.
NEW this year! Registration for specific workshops is not required! Decide during the Seminar which of the 15 different workshops you want to attend. You’ll be able to select from a variety of clinical, business, marketing, and regulatory options.
Book your hotel now! The beautiful Hilton Americas-Houston will be our host again for this year’s Seminar.
Below, you will find a sample from a live presentation from the 2015 International Seminar.
At last year’s International Seminar, Dr. Daniel G. Amen demonstrated how to optimize mental performance and overcome self-defeating behaviors like depression, attention deficit disorder (ADD) and anxiety. In this groundbreaking keynote address, Dr. Amen shared how our brain works, how damage can reveal itself in our negative behaviors, and how to improve brain health and achieve optimum results.
Like what you see? Grab your seat and join us at the 2016 International Seminar.
Recently, a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine showed how levels of blood sugar directly relate to risk for dementia. The investigation followed over 2,000 elderly individuals for an average of 6.8 years and found that even small elevations of blood sugar translated into a significant increased risk for dementia, even among persons without diabetes.
Dr. Perlmutter is a practicing neurologist who deals with Alzheimer’s patients and their devastated families on a daily basis. But what’s so much more challenging is the recognition that to a very significant degree Alzheimer’s disease is preventable. During this presentation, Dr. Perlmutter will review current science, and provide you with information to get the word out to your patients so that they can make choices, today, to remain healthy.
Modifiable lifestyle factors play a pivotal role in determining who will succumb to devastating degenerative brain diseases like Alzheimer’s. This presentation provides up-to-date, science-based, actionable advice that will guide each participant towards proper diet and lifestyle choices. These choices will pave the way for optimal brain health, functionality, and disease resistance.
What’s the secret of brilliant leadership? Will your current workforce be the solution or the problem in America’s future? What questions should you be asking to drive higher performance and productivity and a culture of excellence? How can leaders be a catalyst for igniting brilliance in their teams and creating unprecedented competitive advantages as well as profits? Leadership happens one conversation at a time. You are responsible for the quality of this conversation. Through humor, insight and experience, AmyK provides leadership tools that have immediate practical applications for increasing performance and productivity levels in individuals and teams.
AmyK shares the two critical elements leaders must “sell” each and every day; the five questions leaders need to ask to best influence and foster productive behaviors; how to create and retain high performers; and how to grow a healthy, profitable organization.
There is truly an evolution in understanding the broad-reaching effects of cortisol, stress and their global impact on metabolism. This talk will delve into the hidden and many times overlooked consequences of cortisol dysregulation and what you can do about it.
From understanding the impact on sex hormones to shifts in intracellular pH, you not only will gain insight into the metabolic shifts that occur with cortisol and the cardiometabolic risks that go with it, but you'll also learn a simple evaluation tool that you can take home and apply on Monday. Additionally, the most common nutrients used as countermeasures for targets, such as improving LDL-p size, bone density, sex hormones, blood pressure and mood, will be provided so that you are armed with new approaches that you can put to use immediately.
November 9, 2016 - November 12, 2016
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