TNR06 - The Neural Reboot: Restoring Gut Health and Optimizing Brain Performance

In this new and insightful seminar, Dr. Rob Silverman elucidates the pathways that control the bidirectional signaling between the gut microbiome and the brain. He clarifies the inflammatory processes that underlie neurodegeneration and reveals ways to manage them effectively.

You'll come away with a thorough understanding of new functional medicine strategies for treating neuroinflammation, autoimmunity, and the neurological impacts of long COVID. Dr. Silverman explores the latest research on the value of implementing proper dietary and supplementation protocols, removing toxins, and adding mental and physical activity. He also discusses the significance of repairing gut and brain barriers and restoring the proper function of the gut-brain axis.

This new paradigm may reduce brain and systemic inflammation, help slow neurodegeneration, and restore a balanced gut microbiome. You'll learn current options for blood testing and other new modalities that will help you attain superior clinical outcomes for your patients. Some additional seminar foci will include a discussion of SIBO and the science of intermittent fasting.

The practical applications from this illuminating seminar will give you insight into a comprehensive methodology that incorporates proven practices into a clinically integrated system-one you can apply to your practice immediately.

Key Clinical Takeaways:

  • Review the signs and symptoms of neuroinflammation and the processes that drive neurodegeneration.
  • Identify the neurological signs and symptoms of long COVID and apply research-based protocols.
  • Utilize dietary improvements and selected supplements to reduce neuroinflammation.
  • Treatment protocols on testing to identify gut barrier and gut-brain axis imbalances.
  • Recognize that neuroplasticity plays a fluctuating but essential role in health and trauma.
  • Explicate the effects of intermittent fasting on brain health.
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