Identifying and resolving metabolic dysfunction and environmental toxicity - Conference Resources
Lecture 1 - Introduction to the Organic Acids Test and Why it is So Important in Clinical Practice - by Kurt Woeller
Lecture 2 - The Link Between Invasive Candida and Various Health Issues - by Kurt Woeller
Lecture 3 - The Link Between Clostridia Bacteria Toxins and Various Health Issues - by Kurt Woeller
Lecture 4 - The Link Between High Oxalate and Various Health Issues - by Kurt Woeller
Lecture 5 - Neurochemical Imbalances and Quinolinic Acid Toxicit - by Kurt Woeller
Lecture 6 - Additional Case Studies: Lab Reviews and Treatment Option - by Kurt Woeller
Lecture 7 - Review of Toxic Chemicals Found in the Environment - Joe Pizzorno
Lecture 1 - Organic Acids and Mycotoxins: Correlations With Mould in Various Chronic Illnesses - by Kurt Woeller
Lecture 2 - The New Frontier On Mycotoxin Detection - by Dan Stein
(Slides updated 4/2/2023)
Lecture 3 - Identifying and Treating Complex Patients with Mould Toxin Induced Illness - by James Neuenschwander
(Slides updated 4/2/2023)
Lecture 4 - Diet and IgG detection - by Lindsay Goddard
Lecture 5 - Managing the Complex Patient - by Dr Neuenschwander
Lecture 6 - Assessing Environmental Toxicity with the GPL-TOX - by Lindsay Goddard
Additional Documents Pack
Hello all, I've added the document pack that Kurt is working from. Its all the documents below but in one pdf. Some virtual attendees have requested to work from it so they can follow easier as he is working from page number.
Assessment of Antifungal Drug Therapy in Autism by Measurement of Suspected
Microbial Metabolites in Urine with Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry
by William Shaw, PhD, Ellen Kassen, MT(ASCP), Enrique Chaves, MD
Nutritional Neuroscience 2010 Vol 13 No 3 1Increased urinary excretion of a 3-(3-hydroxy-phenyl)-3-hydroxypropionic acid (HPHPA), an abnormal phenylalanine metabolite of Clostridia spp. in the gastrointestinal tract, in urine samples from patients with autism and schizophrenia by William Shaw
OAT - Sample Report
Inhibition of dopamine conversion to norepinephrine by Clostridia metabolites appears to be a (the) major cause of autism, schizophrenia, and other neuropsychiatric disorders. All these factors can now be monitored in The Great Plains Laboratory organic acid test. by William Shaw Ph.D.
Recurrent Clostridia Antibiotic or Natural Remedy Intervention Protocols (examples) By Kurt N. Woeller, D.O.
Candida/Yeast Intervention Suggestions by Kurt N. Woeller, D.O.
Low Oxalate Program (example) By Kurt N. Woeller, D.O