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The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) Concluded the Gut, Brain and Autoimmune Disorders: the Role of Food Symposium August 17 in Los Angeles, CA
Date:8/27/2013

Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) August 27, 2013

The main objective of the course was to inform practitioners on the relationship between food and the manifestation of diseases into the body and how to better their patients’ overall well-being.

The two-day symposium featured several expert medical faculty who presented scientific research as well as a question and answer session to better relate to the attendees.

David Brady, ND, DC lectured on “Autoimmune Disease: Leaving the Era of Reaction and Entering the New Proactive Era of Prediction.” William Davis, MD covered the topic of his New York Times bestseller “Wheat: The Unhealthy Grain.” Tania Dempsey, MD presented “A Single Bite: Living with and Healing from Gluten Related Disorders.” Board certified neurologist, David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM, covered “The Leading Edge of Functional Neurology.” Alessio Fasano, MD presented “New Concepts of Celiac Disease Pathogenesis: From Innate Immunity to Autoimmunity.” Lastly, Joel Kahn, MD spoke about “The Role of Food Sensitivity and Bowel Disease.”

“This conference had excellent information all packing in a great little bundle! The conference was well organized and had plenty of healthy refreshments to help the time fly by! Great job, A4M!” offered physician Lauren Chavez, MD from Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Each day wrapped up with a Q&A session conducted by the entire course faculty. Attendees experienced a hands-on learning opportunity allowing them to confidentially treat their patients and prevent diseases caused by food related issues.

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