Integrative Health Education

Where Future Health Meets Past Discoveries and Current Innovations

This course is now available for preorder.


This course will be live on 6/24/2020 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. eastern

We will review the physiology of lower GI: tissues, cells, enzymes, and tight junctions. The various tests that can be conducted for imbalances in lower gut function are reviewed.

Learning Objectives:

Hour One:

  1. Review the Physiology of Lower GI: Tissues, Cells, Enzymes and Tight Junctions
  2. Describe the Importance of Bile and pH in Balancing the GI
  3. Assess Various Tests That Can be Conducted to Find Imbalances in Lower Gut Function

Hour Two:

  1. Describe the Function of Probiotics, Prebiotics, Vitamins and SCFA’s in the Lower GI
  2. Assess Research on Different Strains of Probiotics and Their Various Functions
  3. Review Foods That Are Prebiotics
  4. Evaluate the Components of Diet that Can Make GI Symptoms Better or Worse

Product Discussion

  • Various Products That Will Help Tighten Junctions, Correct pH, Herbs and Natural Foods That Repair Inflammation.
  • Mucilaginous and Anti-Inflammatory Herbs, Products that Correct pH and Enhance Tight Junctions.
  • Suppositories.



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