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Personalized Lifestyle Pearls: The Resolution of Inflammation

0:00 | May 8th

Host: Deanna Minich, PhD Guest: Kara Fitzgerald, ND In this discussion, Kara Fitzgerald, ND and Deanna Minich, PhD explore the active process of inflammation resolution and how to provide clinical support to quench inflammation chronicity in your pat...Show More
Personalized Lifestyle Pearls: The Emotional Stress-Inflammation Link

0:00 | Apr 23rd

Host: Deanna Minich, PhD Guest: Jennifer Stagg, ND In this discussion, Jennifer Stagg, ND and Deanna Minich, PhD examine the relationship and connection between psychological stress and emotions with health and chronic disease states, and the mediati...Show More
Personalized Lifestyle Pearls: The Hypothalamus & Hormone Balance

0:00 | Apr 1st

Host: Deanna Minich, PhD, CNS, FACN, IFMCP Guest: Deborah Maragopoulos, MN, FNP “The hypothalamus is like the CEO of your entire body. Everything else are workers.” – Deborah Maragopoulos, MN, FNP In this edifying discussion, Deborah Maragopoulos, FN...Show More
From Bench to Bedside: SPMs for Perioperative Neurocognitive Disorders

0:00 | Mar 19th

In this Grand Rounds presentation, Niccolò Terrando, PhD shares scientific research on the role of specialized pro-resolving mediators (SPMs) in perioperative neurocognitive disorders. Dr. Terrando uses a preclinical mouse model to study postoperativ...Show More
Personalized Lifestyle Pearls: Anxiety & Women: Changing the Conversation

0:00 | Feb 6th

Host: Deanna Minich, PhD Guest: Sara Gottfried, MD In this discussion at the forefront of personalized lifestyle medicine, Drs. Sara Gottfried and Deanna Minich explore anxiety in women and the connection to female-centric physiological changes throu...Show More
Personalized Lifestyle Pearls: PANDAS

0:00 | Jan 26th

Host: Deanna Minich, PhD, CNS, FACN, IFMCP Guest: Karima Hirani, MD, MPH In this cutting edge discussion, Drs. Karima Hirani and Deanna Minich discuss pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with streptococcal infections (PANDAS), ...Show More
Personalized Lifestyle Pearls: Detox Program Tips and Tools

0:00 | Dec 20th, 2018

Host: Deanna Minich, PhD, CNS, FACN, IFMCP Guest: Tricia Paulson, ND In this discussion, Drs. Tricia Paulson and Deanna Minich discuss the nuts and bolts of detoxification or “detox” and explore practical tips for practitioners in structuring a succe...Show More
Personalized Lifestyle Pearls: SIBO & The Connection to Sulfur

0:00 | Oct 25th, 2018

Host: Deanna Minich, PhD, CNS, FACN, IFMCP Guest: Bridget Briggs, MD “Sulfur is part of our constitution.” – Dr. Deanna Minich You may be familiar with small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), but what about its critical connection to sulfur? Dr...Show More
Arthritis: Exploring Oxidative Stress, Microbes, Gut Permeability and More

0:00 | Sep 11th, 2018

In this podcast Kara Fitzgerald, ND and Susan Blum, MD, MPH discuss the underlying pathology and management approaches for arthritis. Thanks to Dr. Susan Blum, Functional Medicine has even more to offer for patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and...Show More
The History (and Future) of Functional Medicine: Jeff Bland, PhD and Kara Fitzgerald, ND

0:00 | Sep 11th, 2018

In this podcast Drs. Jeff Bland and Kara Fitzgerald discuss the origins of Functional Medicine, how it has evolved over the years, and how technology has advanced the way data is collected, influencing the lives of many clinicians today, on a global ...Show More
Personalized Lifestyle Pearls: Omega-3s, Let’s Get to the Heart of the Evidence

0:00 | Aug 24th, 2018

Host: Deanna Minich, PhD, CNS, FACN, IFMCP Guest: Mark Houston, MD, MS, FAHA, FASH, DABC Drs. Mark Houston and Deanna Minich delve into the science and proper clinical use of omega-3 fatty acids for the prevention and treatment of heart-related condi...Show More
Personalized Lifestyle Pearls: The Ketogenic Diet: Weight Loss and Beyond

0:00 | Aug 7th, 2018

Host: Deanna Minich, PhD, CNS, FACN, IFMCP Guest: Christopher Keroack, MD, IFMCP You may have heard about the ketogenic diet. This high-fat, low-carbohydrate, moderate-protein dietary pattern has experienced a revival of sorts in the mainstream media...Show More
Personalized Lifestyle Pearls: Drugs vs. Personalized Lifestyle Medicine

0:00 | Jun 21st, 2018

Host: Deanna Minich, PhD, FACN, CNS Guest: Jeffrey Bland, PhD, FACN, FACB, CNS There has been considerable discussion recently as to what is the best approach in the management of early stage chronic disease- drugs or lifestyle? To help us answer tha...Show More
The Power of Nutrition: Food Matters

0:00 | Jun 18th, 2018

In this podcast Cory Rice, DO and Nilima Desai, MPH, RD discuss the need for improved diet and nutrition as a preventative measure to reverse the epidemics of obesity and heart disease, which have become endemic in today’s patient population. Dr. Ric...Show More
Integrating Nutrition and Lifestyle Therapy Into Your Practice

0:00 | Jun 18th, 2018

In this podcast Tricia Paulson, ND and Nilima Desai, MPH, RD discuss how to integrate nutrition and lifestyle therapy into your practice. Dr Paulson provides specific insights on how to encourage patients to choose their food wisely, and not focus on...Show More
Pain Management: Symptomatic Relief of Inflammation

0:00 | Apr 25th, 2018

Pain Management: Symptomatic Relief of Inflammation: Robert Bonakdar, MD Inflammation impacts numerous systems and can be challenging to treat. In this talk Robert Bonakdar, MD Director of Pain Management at Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine, d...Show More
Real World Insights into Medical Nutrition Therapy with Nilima Desai, MPH, RD

0:00 | Apr 18th, 2018

In this podcast Nilima Desai, MPH, RD provides insights on medical nutrition therapy (MNT) and its function in managing optimal health outcomes, as well as the history of MNT. Medical nutrition therapy is defined as “nutritional diagnostic therapy an...Show More
The Cardiometabolic Consequences of Obesity and Nutritional Strategies for Prevention

0:00 | Apr 13th, 2018

The Cardiometabolic Consequences of Obesity and Nutritional Strategies for Prevention – Frank Hu, MD, PhD The prevalence of obesity in the US has reached epidemic proportions. In this presentation, “The Cardiometabolic Consequences of Obesity and Nut...Show More
Precision Medicine: Tools for Patient Success

0:00 | Apr 13th, 2018

The application of precision medicine in integrative healthcare Jennifer Stagg, ND Jennifer Stagg, ND discusses methods and application for precision medicine in an integrative healthcare setting. Dr. Stagg explores how you can utilize advances in ge...Show More
Total Patient Care Management: Knowing the Predisposition of Chronic Disease

0:00 | Apr 13th, 2018

Total Patient Care Management: Knowing the Predisposition of Chronic Disease – Robert Martindale, MD, PhD In this presentation, “Total Patient Care Management: Knowing the Predisposition of Chronic Disease,” Robert Martindale, MD, PhD of Oregon Healt...Show More
Food & Mood: Scientific Understanding and Clinical Strategies for Eating Issues Related to Obesity

0:00 | Apr 10th, 2018

Food & Mood: Scientific Understanding and Clinical Strategies for Eating Issues Related to Obesity: Deanna Minich, PhD, CNS Over 75% of overeating can be attributed to emotional factors. Lifestyle habits can translate into an obese phenotype, but und...Show More
Obesity, Comorbidities & Weight Change Patterns

0:00 | Apr 6th, 2018

Obesity, Comorbidities & Weight Change Patterns: Osama Hamdy, MD, PhD Obesity is on track to be the #1 killer in the US. Concurrent with the obesity epidemic is the rapidly growing diabetes epidemic. Environmental impact and lifestyle choices contrib...Show More
Inflammation & Resolution Physiology in Obesity

0:00 | Apr 6th, 2018

Inflammation & Resolution Physiology in Obesity: Joan Clària, PhD Unresolved, low-grade chronic inflammation triggers adipose dysfunction and is the culprit of obesity comorbidities. In this presentation “Inflammation & Resolution Physiology in Obesi...Show More
Novel Clinical Insights on Inflammation: Resolving not Blocking

0:00 | Mar 29th, 2018

In this presentation “Novel Clinical Insights on Inflammation: Resolving not Blocking,” Andrew Heyman, MD, MHSA shares clinical experiences and observations related to health conditions associated with increased inflammatory biomarkers. Dr. Heyman ex...Show More
Leaky Gut Syndrome

0:00 | Mar 28th, 2018

Leaky gut syndrome is a proposed condition some health practitioners claim is the cause of a wide range of serious long-term conditions, including diabetes, lupus, and multiple sclerosis. In this podcast, Dr. Robert Martindale discusses the pathology...Show More
Digestive Health & Intestinal Hyperpermeability

0:00 | Mar 28th, 2018

In the second podcast of the series, Jennifer Ryan, ND and Bianca Garilli, ND discuss leaky gut. Dr. Ryan also describes underlying factors that contribute to intestinal hyperpermeability and provides evidence-based management recommendations includi...Show More
Leaky Gut: Definition & Clinical Assessment

0:00 | Mar 28th, 2018

In the first of a two part series, Bianca Garilli, ND and Jennifer Ryan, ND discuss leaky gut. Dr Ryan defines intestinal hyperpermeability (a.k.a. “leaky gut”) in the context of normal and pathologic gut permeability on a cellular and molecular leve...Show More
A Functional Medicine Approach to Patient Care and Management: Hypertension

0:00 | Mar 28th, 2018

One out three US adults have hyptension and elevated blood pressure is the number one attributable risk factor for death throughout the world. However, fewer than half of patients who are diagnosed with hypertension have it under control. The prevale...Show More
Navigating Complex Cases with Logic and Ease: Microbiome Science in Clinical Practice

0:00 | Mar 27th, 2018

Michael Ruscio, DC is a clinician, researcher and best-selling author whose practical ideas on healing chronic illness have made him an influential voice in the Functional Medicine community.  In this highly informative podcast, clinical discussions ...Show More
The Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis: Shared Neurochemistry and Its Potential Role in Infection and Behavior

0:00 | Mar 20th, 2018

The purported roles of the microbiota is ever emerging, and the associated technology is rapidly changing, but what do we know today? In this presentation, Mark Lyte, PhD, MS, MT (ASCP) discusses, “The Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis: Shared Neurochemistry...Show More
Stopping the Progression of Chronic Disease, Robert Martindale, MD, PhD

0:00 | Mar 20th, 2018

What tools exist to help prevent chronic inflammation and disease? In his talk “Start the Resolution: Stopping the Progression of Chronic Disease,” Robert Martindale, MD, PhD, Professor and Chief for the Division of GI and General Surgery at Oregon H...Show More
Insights from the Metagenics Lifestyle Summit: Dr. Charles Serhan

0:00 | Mar 19th, 2018

Charles Serhan, PhD: Insights from the Metagenics Lifestyle Summit 2015 in Phoenix, AZ Dr. Serhan cites his research to answer a variety of questions on the advantages of supplementing the diet with specialized pro-resolving mediators (SPMs). Even if...Show More
Gut Microbiome in Health and Disease: Module 2

0:00 | Mar 14th, 2018

Gail Cresci, PhD, RD, LD, CNSc: The Gut Microbiome in Health and Disease 2-part series, “Therapeutic Manipulations of Gut Microbiota – Module 2” In this module Dr. Gail Cresci discusses the therapeutic manipulations of gut microbiota, including metho...Show More
Gut Microbiome in Health and Disease: Module 1

0:00 | Mar 14th, 2018

Gail Cresci, PhD, RD, LD, CNSc: The Gut Microbiome in Health and Disease 2-part series, “Diversity of the Gut Microbiota and the Host – Module 1” In this module Dr. Gail Cresci discusses the diversity of the gut microbiome and its influences on the h...Show More
Synbiotic Effects and Target Uses of Probiotics

0:00 | Mar 14th, 2018

In this presentation Gail Cresci, PhD, RD reviews how digestive health is enhanced when the gut microbiome is rich in diverse micro flora. This diversity is supported when preferred energy sources for the bacteria are available and support the viabil...Show More
Synbiotic Effects-Do They Make a Difference?

0:00 | Mar 14th, 2018

Listen and follow along to Gail Cresci, PhD, RD, as she discusses the Microbiome – “Synbiotic Effects-Do They Make a Difference?” Presented at ASPEN Clinical Nutrition Week 2015, focused on the topic of the Microbiome, in this podcast we hear from Ga...Show More
Clinical Overview of SPMs and Application to Patient Care

0:00 | Mar 13th, 2018

Dr. Robert Martindale proposes that we have been so lost in trying to prevent inflammation that we have forgotten about the resolution of inflammation. Resolution is an active process. Anti-inflammation is not equivalent to Pro-Resolution. SPMs are l...Show More
Pearls for Optimal Prenatal Health

0:00 | Mar 5th, 2018

The best way to reduce complications of pregnancy is to address potential root causes before they have a chance to occur. In part 4, the final podcast in this educational 4-part series, Joel Evans, MD focuses in on the detrimental impact of maternal ...Show More
Women’s Hormonal Health Across the Lifespan

0:00 | Mar 5th, 2018

In this podcast, part 3 of a 4-part series, Joel Evans, MD unravels the complicated interactions of hormones and their role within various stages of a woman’s life. Dr. Evans explains how hormones impact many symptoms and disease processes that women...Show More
Estrogen and the Microbiome

0:00 | Mar 5th, 2018

Join Joel Evans, MD in part 2 of a 4-part series. focused on the multiple connection points between estrogen, the microbiome, and women’s health. OB/GYN physician Dr. Evans explains the relationship between dysbiosis and extrahepatic recirculation of...Show More
Managing Common Complaints Associated with Perimenopause

0:00 | Mar 5th, 2018

In this podcast we welcome Joel Evans, MD for part 1 of a 4-part series discussing issues surrounding women’s health. Dr. Evans provides suggestions on incorporating holistic methods for managing perimenopausal complaints, the importance of paying at...Show More
Dietary Effects of the Microbiome: Lars Bode, PhD

0:00 | Mar 1st, 2018

Dietary Effects of the Microbiome: Lars Bode, PhD presented at the 2015 Nutrition Pro Symposium  In this presentation Lars Bode, PhD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of California San Diego, covers how microbiome develops in the e...Show More
“Nutrition Bites” with Drs. Mark Kaye & Veronica Gasko: Men’s Health

0:00 | Feb 27th, 2018

Nutrition Bites with Drs. Mark Kaye and Veronica Gasko: Men’s Health In this podcast, Drs. Mark Kaye and Veronica Gasko discuss the many challenges men face due to hormonal imbalances and stress. Together they provide answers to common questions that...Show More
“Nutrition Bites” with Drs. Mark Kaye and Veronica Gasko: Weight Management

0:00 | Feb 27th, 2018

Managing weight loss can be a challenge for many individuals today. Healthcare practitioners (HCPs) are often asked for the most effective methods available in managing metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, and obesity. In this podcast, Drs. Mark Kaye...Show More
“Nutrition Bites” with Mark Kaye, DC and Veronica Gasko, DC: Foundational Nutrition

0:00 | Feb 27th, 2018

Dr. Mark Kaye, in his role of leading Medical Information at Metagenics, has had the opportunity to receive and respond to numerous queries from clinicians on a variety of topics regarding nutrition, supplementation and how to help patients optimize ...Show More
“Nutrition Bites” with Mark Kaye, DC and Veronica Gasko, DC: EPA and DHA a Key Part to a Healthy Foundation

0:00 | Feb 27th, 2018

In this podcast, Drs. Mark Kaye and Veronica Gasko expand on the benefits of a good foundation of nutrition for all patients. They remind us of the benefits of omega-3 fats on a day to day basis, being convenient, and cost effective means of supplyin...Show More
“Nutrition Bites” with Drs. Mark Kaye and Veronica Gasko: Heart Health

0:00 | Feb 26th, 2018

In this podcast Mark Kaye, DC and Veronica Gasko, DC, focus on the importance of the heart and the impact and prevalence of heart disease in the world today. In the US alone, heart disease is the cause of almost 25% of deaths, and is the leading caus...Show More
Translating Genetic Information in Nutrition Practice

0:00 | Feb 23rd, 2018

Frank Hu, MD, PhD at Nutrition Pro 2015: Translating Genetic Information in Nutrition Practice Dr. Frank Hu of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health discusses the role of genetic information, prediction of chronic disease, and nutrition inter...Show More
Obesity Programs: Is Fat the Secret to Greater Success?

0:00 | Feb 21st, 2018

Diabetes, heart disease, and other metabolic issues are on the rise worldwide and strongly associated with obesity. The ketogenic diet and ketogenic adaptation is not well understood and may play a role in reducing these chronic disease concerns. In ...Show More
Nutritional Solutions for Weight Management: What Works?

0:00 | Feb 5th, 2018

In part 2 of a 3-part podcast series, Dr. Christopher Keroack discusses the importance of following a regular exercise routine and they address the topic of underlying inflammation often seen in obese patients. Also, in this episode, Dr. Keroack take...Show More
Managing Obesity: Motivating Patients for Continually Improved Outcomes

0:00 | Feb 5th, 2018

In this third and final podcast in the series on managing obesity, Dr Christopher Keroack discusses weight re-gain and how to motivate patients to help improve their outcomes. Often it’s the patients’ state of mind that can determine whether or not t...Show More
Protein Intake the Myth and the Facts: Osama Hamdy MD, PhD

0:00 | Feb 5th, 2018

This presentation by Dr. Osama Hamdy of the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston, MA discusses the myth and the facts of protein intake. In general, for diabetic patients with normal renal function, protein should make up 15-20% of total energy intake an...Show More
An Overview of the Human Microbiome: Fergus Shanahan, MD

0:00 | Feb 4th, 2018

In this video, Dr. Fergus Shanahan presents “An Overview of the Human Microbiome.” Originally delivered at ASPEN in 2015, this presentation provides a glimpse of success stories in the past with microbiome, as well as a glimpse into the future of usi...Show More
Role of Nutrition in Naturopathic Medicine-Practical Approach

0:00 | Feb 4th, 2018

In this presentation Jaclyn Chasse, ND and President of AANP discusses the role of nutrition in naturopathic medicine and how it has significantly changed over the years for the naturopathic doctor. Dr Chasse points out a few of the key diets that ar...Show More
Novel Medical Nutrition Therapy for Glucose Control

0:00 | Feb 4th, 2018

Robin Walsh, ND discusses the nutritional factors associated with the development of diabetes and obesity. Recent studies have shown that nearly 60% of the population has a genetic predisposition for developing diabetes. Dr. Walsh presents the many f...Show More
Role of Specialized Pro-Resolving Mediators in the Resolution of Chronic Inflammation

0:00 | Feb 4th, 2018

In this podcast Jennifer Stagg, ND presents an overview of the use of SPMs in clinical practice. Her research shows that the use of SPMs bring about an effective resolution response to chronic and acute inflammation. Dr Stagg presents the causes of m...Show More
Healthy Fats and Prevention of Cardiometabolic Diseases

0:00 | Feb 4th, 2018

There is extensive evidence showing that the intake of healthy fats can reduce incidence of cardiovascular disease (CVD). Dr. Frank Hu of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School discusses the ...Show More
Utilizing Clinical Nutrition to Manage Peripheral Neuropathy & Homocysteine Levels

0:00 | Feb 4th, 2018

The first part of this presentation by Mark Kaye, DC is about peripheral neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy is a disorder of peripheral nerve(s) (i.e. nerves outside the brain and spinal cord) characterized by a progressive loss of peripheral nerve fi...Show More
One Carbon Metabolism: Rima Rozen, PhD

0:00 | Feb 4th, 2018

This podcast features a presentation by Rima Rozen, PhD on the topic of One Carbon Metabolism. This presentation features an introduction by Dr. Steve Zeisel. Dr. Rozen is a professor in the department of human genetics at McGill University. In gener...Show More
Healthy Fats & Fatty Acids: Current Dietary Recommendations and Popular Opinions – Part II

0:00 | Feb 4th, 2018

Part two of Dr. Penny Kris-Etherton’s presentation entitled Clinical Evidence Supporting the Role of Healthy Fats to Reduce Cardiovascular (CVD) Risk Factors is shown in this presentation. Here, Dr. Kris-Etherton discusses more clinical trial evidenc...Show More
Healthy Fats & Fatty Acids: Current Dietary Recommendations and Popular Opinions – Part I

0:00 | Feb 4th, 2018

This presentation is the first in a two-part series on healthy fats and fatty acids presented by Penny Kris-Etherton, PhD, RD of the Department of Nutritional Sciences at Penn State University. In this part of the presentation, she discusses current ...Show More
Nutritional Guidance for Cognitive Decline: Dale Bredesen, MD

0:00 | Feb 4th, 2018

Dale E Bredesen, MD, is the director of the Easton Center for Alzheimer’s Disease Research at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). He is also the principal investigator in Alzheimer’s Disease at the center. This video comes from a presen...Show More
Significance of Clinical Nutrition in Managing Insomnia

0:00 | Feb 4th, 2018

Up to an estimated 70 million US adults have sleep or wakefulness disorders. Lack of sufficient sleep (insomnia) is associated to $100 billion dollars annually in societal costs and US$13 billion per annum in physician visits, prescriptions and proce...Show More
Saturated Fat as Compared to Unsaturated Fats

0:00 | Feb 4th, 2018

Dr. Frank Hu is a professor of nutrition, epidemiology, and medicine at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Harvard Medical School. In this presentation, he discusses the relationship between saturated and unsaturated fats, sources of c...Show More
Robert Martindale, MD PhD: ASPEN 2015 “The Human Microbiome” Introduction

0:00 | Feb 4th, 2018

Robert Martindale, MD is the chief of surgery and a professor at the Oregon Health Sciences University. In this podcast, he presents an overview of the human microbiome and kicks off the discussions of gut health and the microbiome at ASPEN 2015. The...Show More
Probiotics: From Basic Science to Clinical Application – Eamonn Quigley, MD

0:00 | Jan 27th, 2018

This presentation, entitled, “Probiotics: From Basic Science to Clinical Application” was delivered by Eamon M Quigley, MD at the ASPEN Symposium in February 2015. Dr. Quigley is the Chief of the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Houston...Show More
The National Nutrition Fat Experiment “Was it Successful?”

0:00 | Jan 20th, 2018

This podcast is by Dr. Osama Hamdy, the medical director of the obesity clinical program at the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston. He is also a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and works in the inpatient clinic at Joslin. He also create...Show More
Novel Pro-Resolving Mediators and Mechanisms in Inflammation

0:00 | Jan 19th, 2018

Novel Pro-Resolving Mediators and Mechanisms in Inflammation presented by Jesmond Dalli, PhD for ASPEN Clinical Nutrition Week 2015   This presentation, entitled Novel Pro-Resolving Mediators and Mechanisms in Inflammation: Immunoresolvents is delive...Show More
Intro to Nutritional Ketosis and Clinical Applications: Is Fat the Secret Weapon? Part 2

0:00 | Jan 4th, 2018

In Part 2 of this 2-part series, Jeff Volek, PhD, RD, reviews the critical significance of obesity and the need for nutritionally based management options. Dr. Volek discusses the Ketogenic Diet and its safety, efficacy and outcomes in patients with ...Show More