The Triad of Gut Destruction and Immunogenicity of Foods

In this webinar we will review highly evidenced biomarkers such as zonulin, diamine oxidase, stool culture assessment and C3d/IgG food sensitivity assessment.


Description


The gut is the major interface to the outside world, our first line of defense where we decide if we are immune tolerant of the world or inflamed by the world.

In this webinar we will review highly evidenced biomarkers such as:

  • Zonulin
  • Diamine oxidase
  • Stool assessment
  • C3d/IgG food sensitivity assessment

As they result to inflammatory process and pathology. In addition we will review medications used in gastroenterology and their effects on diamine oxidase as well as Zonulin and LPS. We will cover PPIs, antibiotics as well as antidepressants and their gut effects.

Learn Moreā€¦

Learn more about immunology in clinical practice, through a prism of case studies and discover the interplay between these markers, and what it can tell you clinically in a 4-part webinar series with Dr Cheryl Burdette, ND.

Immunology in Clinical Practice; The Dance of Immunomodulation

Speakers


  • Dr Cheryl Burdette, ND

    Cheryl Burdette, ND, received her Doctor of Naturopathy degree from Bastyr University in 2001. She completed her residency at Cancer Treatment Centers of America. Dr. Burdette is currently in private practice in Atlanta, Georgia at Progressive Medical Center, one of the largest Integrative Medicine clinics in the Southeast. She is the director of a naturopathic residency program with a focus in nutritional biochemistry. She serves on an IRB board and reviews studies related to complementary and alternative therapies. Dr. Burdette is one of the authors of the book, “Laboratory Evaluations in Molecular Medicine” and has published in many journals including Alternative Medicine Review and Clinical Chemistry. She is an often-sought speaker and is invited to present at Grand Rounds at all of the Naturopathic medical schools as well as educational events for M.D.s, D.O.s and other allied healthcare practitioners. Dr. Cheryl Burdette has been a member of the BOA for an Inc 500 supplement company since 2009. She serves as a faculty member at University Bridgeport. She also teaches at the University of Miami, the first medical program to include integrative medicine in the core curriculum.

    She is President and Education director of Dunwoody Labs. In this position she is involved in clinical trials of different nutritional products as well as development of functional testing profiles. Her marriage between clinical practice and laboratory oversight, gives her a unique perspective in evidence-based natural therapies, testing and research.

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