• The Obesity Epidemic: Hormonal and Metabolic Disruption as Underlying Causes

Speaker: Kenneth Proefrock, ND. A segment of the population experiences persistent weight gain or inability to lose weight that proves unrelated to their dietary and exercise habits. These are the people who have a regular schedule of aerobic exercise and weight training, are consuming a low carbohydrate, moderate fat and higher protein diet and are still unable to alter their body fat. The solution for many of these patients begins with an understanding of the relationship between the digestive system and the nervous and hormonal systems of the body, and botanical medicine and nutritional strategies born from an understanding of the body and the mind as a whole unit.

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