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Neuroinflammation Clinical Strategies and Treatment Applications

An introduction to Dr. Datis Kharazzian's latest course on Neuroinflammation. As a health practitioner, you’ve devoted your life to helping people feel better. But you’re frustrated. Because some of your patients suffer with symptoms like brain fog, depression, anxiety, fatigue, and memory problems.

And you’re hitting dead ends with these patients, despite doing all the right functional medicine protocols.

Why? Because even the best functional medicine protocols fail to address an underlying cause of so many stubborn symptoms: neuroinflammation.

Neuroinflammation is one of the most common — and least understood — mechanisms associated with a host of symptoms and disorders.

And it’s one of the main reasons chronic patients don’t get well.

But when you understand the clinical strategies and treatment options for neuroinflammation, you’ll be able to help patients you could never help before.

Downloads the papers mentioned in the webinar below:

Journal of Applied Toxicology - Correlation between antibodies to bisphenol A,its target enzyme protein disulfide isomerase and antibodies to neuron-specific antigens

International Journal of Molecular Sciences - Correlation between Antibodies to BacterialLipopolysaccharides and Barrier Proteins in SeraPositive for ASCA and ANCA

Elsevier - Letter to the editor 'Potential antigenic cross-reactivity between SARS-CoV-2 and human tissue with a possible link to an increase in autoimmune diseases

MDPI - The Prevalence of Antibodies against Wheat and Milk Proteins in Blood Donors and Their Contribution to Neuroimmune Reactivities