Seminar: Electronic Nutrition

Functional nutrition includes electro biochemical components down to cell membrane and the mitochondria

Date: Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017                                    electronic_nutrition                
Time: 8:30-5:30
Place: NIHA
Cost: $119 without CMEs
           $159 with 7 credit hours

For doctors, dentists, chiropractors, naturopaths, health coaches and anyone interested in the science of mitochondria and cell nutrition. CME approved*

Cost includes:

  • Nutritional products- attendees receive $99 in products
  • Free practitioners’ handbook
  • Free PowerPoint
  • Full day seminar and lunch

Keynote Speaker: Steve Haltiwanger, MD, CCN
Steve Haltiwanger MD, CCN, has lectured in 17 countries and has been involved with Integrative Medicine since 1984. Since 2000 he has coordinated and written up research protocols for over 40 research projects at universities, colleges, and clinics. For 33 years, he has presented at many national conferences and international conferences in 17 countries. He received his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia in 1980. He completed a Psychiatry and Neurology residency in 1984. In 1985, he was board certified in Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Haltiwanger’s past research includes combining electromagnetic, acoustic and phototherapy treatments with nutritional supplementation. He has also done research on the effects of PEMF on neurological diseases (multiple sclerosis and diabetic neuropathy). He currently is a member of the scientific council of the International and American Association of Clinical Nutritionists. He also formulates nutritional compounds to support cellular energy production and cell repair.

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*Westbrook University has approved this seminar for 7 credit hours: “It is the responsibility of the student to check with the licensing agency of your state, country or province on CEU/CME requirements.”

Purpose of the Electronic Nutrition lecture: To explain how to repair the electronic properties of the cells that control the chemistry of the body

• Biophysics of the human body and models of Integrative Medicine
• How energy is involved in creating organized biological structures from microscopic to anatomic structures
• Liquid crystal nature of biological molecules
• Electrical properties of tissues, biocurrents, and changes in electrical properties of tissues due to injury and introduction to nutrients that support healing
• Electromagnetic properties of cells (capacitors, resistors, antennas, and tuning circuits)
• Nutritional interventions at cell membrane level, electrical characteristics of cell membranes, and physical modalities that affect the electrical characteristics of cell membranes such as lasers, acupuncture, microcurrent, and acoustic therapies
• Repairing the electronic properties of cells with targeted nutrition
• How nutrients are transported into cells and how to address dysfunctions of nutrient transport
• Cellular energy production mitochondrial and cytoplasmic mechanisms, application of nutrients to enhance cellular ATP production
• Mineral transporters overcome several problems in mineral supplementation and address nutritional abnormalities in injured tissues, traumatic brain injuries, cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis, and other conditions