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Module XX: The Metabolic Triads

Upon completion of this module, the participants will:

  • Understand how the Metabolic Code Triad works
  • Look at an example of a triad, The Brain-Gut-Inflammation Triad, and see how triad organizational thought would be helpful in helping the student organize complex patient therapies
  • Summarize the core principles learned in this course concerning the Metabolic Code Triad System
  • To review normal physiology of adrenals, thyroid, and pancreas
  • To review common ways patients are presented with multiple metabolic abnormalities
  • To review natural and hormonal treatment strategies for cortisol, insulin and thyroid
  • To understand the physiologic relationships between the digestive tract, immune system and brain
  • To review common clinical presentations within the proposed framework of Gut-Immune-Brain.
  • To review treatment options and strategies specific for Gut-Immune-Brain pathologies.
  • To understand basic physiologic connections between the mind, brain and heart mediated through mechanisms such as Heart Rate Variability, depression, stress, and the immune system.
  • To review common clinical presentations within the cardiopulmonary-neuro-vascular triad.
  • To understand ways to treat complex conditions within this triad framework.
  • To understand the physiology of the most important detoxification organs and their pathways to remove toxins.
  • To review the most common toxins, both exogenous and endogenous, which contribute to medical illness.
  • To review treatment strategies for removal of toxins safely and effectively.
  • To review ways to mitigate toxins in the home environment.
  • To review the role of sex hormones in the aging male and female.
  • To review common presentations of sex hormone dys-regulation and the associated signs and symptoms.
  • To examine methods of balancing and replacing estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone safely and effectively through the use of natural products and hormone replacement therapy.