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From the Roots of Plants to the Roots of Cancer: How Food Can Affect Health Issues

One Day, In Person, On Site Summit

Topics include:

  • Why cancer is not just a genetic disease
  • Why most health issues including cancer can be traced to a metabolic malfunction in the animal.
  • How food ingredients and the condition of foods affects metabolic function and therefore the prevalence of cancer. 
  • What are the fundamental properties in food and ingredients that maintain metabolic health for all life.
  • How to know what ingredients are in the foods we feed our pets and ourselves. 
  • What types of stress can affect health in both shelter animals and animals from breeders and how we can mitigate the effects of these stressors. 
  • Why is everyone looking to the microbiome for answers to fight disease processes? (Why a healthy gut means a healthy mutt!)
  • What causes damage and what can support and repair the microbiome?
  • Why is cancer is such an important topic for all animals and caregivers. 


Speakers:

  • Geeta Maker-Clark (MD, ABOIM)
  • Victoria Field (Ketopet and Epigenix Foundation)
  • Dr. Barbara Royal (DVM, CVA, CIAC)
  • Toni Bark, (MD, MHEM, LEED, AP)
  • Chelsea Kent, Hero's P.e.t.s. (Planetary & Ecologically Trusted Supplies).

$250

LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE! SIGN UP TODAY!


Event Details:

  • Chicago Botanic Gardens - Burnstein Hall
  • November 11th, 2018, 9am - 4pm
  • 6 hours of CEUs (pending approval) and course materials
  • Lunch Included


Topics include:

  • Why cancer is not just a genetic disease
  • Why most health issues including cancer can be traced to a metabolic malfunction in the animal.
  • How food ingredients and the condition of foods affects metabolic function and therefore the prevalence of cancer. 
  • What are the fundamental properties in food and ingredients that maintain metabolic health for all life.
  • How to know what ingredients are in the foods we feed our pets and ourselves. 
  • What types of stress can affect health in both shelter animals and animals from breeders and how we can mitigate the effects of these stressors. 
  • Why is everyone looking to the microbiome for answers to fight disease processes? (Why a healthy gut means a healthy mutt!)
  • What causes damage and what can support and repair the microbiome?
  • Why is cancer is such an important topic for all animals and caregivers. 


Speakers:

  • Geeta Maker-Clark (MD, ABOIM)
  • Victoria Field (Ketopet and Epigenix Foundation)
  • Dr. Barbara Royal (DVM, CVA, CIAC)
  • Toni Bark, (MD, MHEM, LEED, AP)
  • Chelsea Kent, Hero's P.e.t.s. (Planetary & Ecologically Trusted Supplies).

$250

LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE! SIGN UP TODAY!


Event Details:

  • Chicago Botanic Gardens - Burnstein Hall
  • November 11th, 2018, 9am - 4pm
  • 6 hours of CEUs (pending approval) and course materials
  • Lunch Included


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