Gut Ecology and Metabolic Modulation – The gateway connecting the Gut-Immune Interface to Chronic Disease

(G.E.M.M.) – the Missing Link

This four hour seminar provides the clinician with Evidence Based Learning paired with real clinical solutions including a large focus on diet and lifestyle strategies to manage chronic disease, dysregulated inflammation, immune-compromised and/or metabolic disease patients with underlying gut issues.

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Feedback received from the live events included:

“…the G.E.M.M. seminar in Brisbane is was one of the best learning experiences I have had, so relevant to my practice, I can’t wait to start several of my immune-compromised and cardiometabolic patients on this protocol on Monday when I get back to the clinic”.

“It just makes so much sense. Gut Ecology and Metabolic Modulation is a game-changer, the way the seminar was presented means I can start using the science tomorrow with my patients”.

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Upon completion of the seminars, you will receive a Certificate of Completion to apply for your 4 CPE points through ATMS.

The clinical implementation is simple; the underlying principles are complex.

  • An absolute must for any practitioner who sees dysregulated inflammation, immune-compromised and/or metabolic disease patients with underlying gut issues.
  • Carefully consider Gut Ecology and Metabolic Modulation (G.E.M.M.) equally for your acute and chronic disease patients.
  • Learn how the G.E.M.M. Protocol focuses on restoring gut and distal organ homeostasis using principles that mimic nature.

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