Module XX-B: Metabolic Systems Triad Training

Further delve into the five primary triad relationships & begin to explain the concept of "stacking". For example, relationships between Triad 1 (Thyroid-Adrenal-Pancreas) & Triad 2 (Gut-Immune-Brain) can be difficult to correct. Development of food intolerances & immune shifts (Triad 2) can lead to autoimmune thyroiditis (Triad 1). In this module you will learn relationships between:

  • Triad 1 (Adrenal-Thyroid-Pancreas) mitochondrial regulation & it's effect on Sex hormones (Triad 1)
  • Triad 2 (Gut-Immune-Brain) stacking with Triad 4 (Kidney-Liver-Lymph), the role of intoxication & it's role in GI integrity & immunity. In addition clinical case break out sessions will be included to drive home applying the Metabolic Triad Stacking approach
  • Triad 4 Role of environmental toxins (Liver-Lymph-Kidneys) & disruption of Thyroid- Adrenal-Thyroid (Triad 1) relationships
  • Triad 5 (Testosterone-Estrogen-Progesterone) relationships with Triad 2 (Gut-Immune - Brain), focusing on the role of sex hormones in brain health

In addition, six full hours of depth discussion of clinical nutrition & diet strategy as a core component to the success of patient outcomes will be taught

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Module XX-B: Metabolic Systems Triad Training

January 26-28, 2017 in Boca Raton, FL
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Schedule

Thursday January 26, 2017:

7:30 am

Clinical Nutrition and The Metabolic Triads

James LaValle, RPh, CCN

2 hr

9:30 am

Break

 

 

10:00 am

Managing Triad 2 (Gut-Immune-Brain) with Triad 1 (Adrenal-Thyroid-Pancreas): The Interface of Immune Regulation, Hormone Production and Cognitive Health

James LaValle, RPh, CCN

2 hr

12:00 pm

Lunch (on your own)

 

 

1:30 pm

Managing Triad 2 (Gut-Immune-Brain) with Triad 1 (Adrenal-Thyroid-Pancreas): The Interface of Immune Regulation, Hormone Production and Cognitive Health - Cases

James LaValle, RPh, CCN

1 hr

2:30 pm

Managing Triad 1, Stacking with Triad 3: The Role of Triad 1 (Adrenal-Thyroid-Pancreas) Relationships Driving Triad 3 (Cardiopulmonary-Neurovascular) Function – Part One

Andrew Heyman, MD, MHSA

1 hr

3:30 pm

Break

 

 

4:00 pm

Managing Triad 1, Stacking with Triad 3: The Role of Triad 1 (Adrenal-Thyroid-Pancreas) Relationships Driving Triad 3 (Cardiopulmonary-Neurovascular) Function – Part One Cont.

Andrew Heyman, MD, MHSA

1 hr

5:00 pm

Managing Triad 1, Stacking with Triad 3: The Role of Triad 1 (Adrenal-Thyroid-Pancreas) Relationships Driving Triad 3 (Cardiopulmonary-Neurovascular) Function – Part Two - Cases

Andrew Heyman, MD, MHSA

1 hr

6:00 pm

Close of session

 

 

Friday January 27, 2017:

7:30 am

Managing Triad 2, Stacking with Triad 3: The Role of Triad 2 (Gut-Immune-Brain) Relationships Driving Triad 3 (Cardiopulmonary-Neurovascular) Function – Part One

James LaValle, RPh, CCN

2 hr

9:30 am

Break

 

 

10:00 am

Managing Triad 2 and Triad 3 Relationships: The Role of Endotoxemia and Cardiovascular Health – Part Two - Cases

James LaValle, RPh, CCN

1 hr

11:00 am

Managing Triad 1, Stacking Triad 5: The Role of Triad 1 (Adrenal-Thyroid-Pancreas) Regulation of Energy and Metabolism on Triad 5 (Sex Hormones) Homeostasis

Gary Huber, DO

1 hr

12:00 pm

Lunch (on your own)

 

 

1:30 pm

Managing Triad 1, Stacking Triad 5: The Role of Triad 1 (Adrenal-Thyroid-Pancreas) Regulation of Energy and Metabolism on Triad 5 (Sex Hormones) Homeostasis

Gary Huber, DO

1 hr

2:30 pm

Triads 1 and 5 Cases

Gary Huber, DO

1 hr

3:30 pm

Break

 

 

4:00 pm

Case Summary – Triads 1, 2, 3 and 5

Huber, Heyman, LaValle

1 hr

5:00 pm

Panel – Q and A

Huber, Heyman, LaValle

1 hr

6:00 pm

Close of session

 

 

Saturday January 28, 2017:

7:00 am

Triad 2 (Gut-Immune-Brain) and Triad 4 (Kidney-Liver-Lymph)

James LaValle, RPh, CCN

2 hr

9:00 am

Break

 

 

9:30 am

Managing Triad 4, Stacking Triads 1 and 2: The Role of – Immunity and intoxication and the emerging role in mycotoxins and genotypic influence

James LaValle, RPh, CCN

2 hr

11:30 pm

Lunch (on your own)

 

 

1:00 pm

Case Studies Triad Stacking 1, 2, and 4

Andrew Heyman, MD, MHSA
James LaValle, RPh, CCN

1 hr

2:00 pm

Managing Triad 5 (Sex Hormones), Stacking with Triad 2 (Gut-Immune-Brain): The Role of Sex Hormones and Brain Health – Part One

Gary Huber, DO

1 hr

3:00 pm

Break

 

 

3:30 pm

Managing Triad 5 (Sex Hormones), Stacking with Triad 2 (Gut-Immune-Brain): The Role of Sex Hormones and Brain Health – Part Two - Cases

Gary Huber, DO

1 hr

4:30 pm

Panel – Q and A

Huber, Heyman, LaValle

1 hr

5:30 pm

Close of session

 

 

Andrew Heyman, MD MHSA

Andrew Heyman, MD MHSA

Andrew Heyman, MD MHSA, is an internationally recognized expert in Integrative Medicine. He is currently the Program Director of Integrative and Metabolic Medicine at The George Washington University. Prior to assuming this role, he spent 16 years at the University of Michigan, serving to build one of the largest and most successful academic-based Integrative Medicine programs in the United States.

In 1990, he received formal training in Five-element Shiatsu and Traditional Chinese Medicine, during which time he developed an interest in increasing access of natural therapies to underserved populations while partnering with the University of Pennsylvania. He continued this work with Jim Gordon, MD at the Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington DC exploring the intersection between public health, at risk groups, and alternative therapies.

Dr. Heyman eventually went on to receive a Masters in Health Services Administration at the University of Michigan School of Public Health and upon graduation, became the administrator for the University of Michigan Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research Center where he was responsible for administering a $7 million NIH grant to research alternative therapies for cardiovascular diseases. The center was one of the first in the country to place alternative therapies and their scientific examination in an academic context.

Dr. Heyman has held several leadership positions in the field of Integrative Medicine. He was the national clinical working group co-chair of the Consortium of Academic Health Centers for Integrative Medicine for 4 years, a collaboration of 57 North American universities involved in Integrative Medicine. He is the online editor for the Journal of Men's Health in the section of Integrative Medicine, and he also holds the position of Editor-In-Chief of the Internet Journal of Anti-Aging and Aesthetic Medicine. His research interests include the Stress response and NeuroEndocrinology, Cardiometabolic Disease, Men's Health and clinical outcomes research methodologies.

Dr. Heyman remains clinically active as well, as the owner of a four-physician integrative medicine practice in Northern Virginia at the Virginia Center for Health and Wellness. He is also the President of Integrative Health Resources, a small group of clinical experts that consults to physicians, health systems and public health professionals seeking to develop wellness, lifestyle and nutrition programs. Finally, Dr. Heyman has been featured on the Discovery Channel, Martha Stewart Living Magazine, Ladies Home Journal, Natural Health Magazine and appeared in many other TV and print venues and is a widely sought after, and celebrated speaker around the world on many Integrative Medicine topics. His teaching approach is described as deeply rooted in scientific evidence, grounded in the clinical reality of expert patient care, and readily accessible to both the new learner and seasoned practitioner alike.

Gary Huber, DO

Gary Huber, DO

Gary Huber, DO spent 20 years as an Emergency Medicine physician before evolving his practice to integrative care. Integrative medicine is the pursuit of ideal health by seeking and reversing the cause of illness to go beyond the simple reduction of symptoms.

Dr. Huber is an Adjunct Professor teaching Integrative Medicine practice at the University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy as well as a clinical preceptor for pharmacy students. Dr. Huber also lectures on hormone replacement therapies, cardiovascular care, sports medicine and other integrative medicine topics for the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. He has developed the Huber Personalized Weight Loss Program that has proven very successful in promoting healthy weight loss as well as reversing Metabolic Syndrome issues.

Dr. Huber has a long held interest in nutrition and human physiology as it relates to wellness and longevity.

James LaValle, RPh, CCN

James LaValle, RPh, CCN

James LaValle, RPh, CCN is a nationally recognized clinical pharmacist, author, board certified clinical nutritionist, founder of Metabolic Code Enterprises, Inc., a web platform and practice solution enterprise, launching AIR Support and the Metabolic Code Assessment. In addition, he founded an Practices at Progressive Medical Center in Orange County, CA. In 2001, he founded and operated LaValle Metabolic Institute, an interdisciplinary medicine facility in Cincinnati for the past 15 years (sold in 2014) where he served thousands of patients using his metabolic model for health. He also founded Integrative Health Resources 15 years ago, which is focused as a natural products industry consulting company. James has 27 years’ experience integrating natural therapies into various medical and business model. James is probably best known for his expertise in natural therapeutics application and drug/nutrient depletion issues and uncovering the underlying metabolic issues that keep people from feeling healthy and vital. As such he has written hundreds of articles for a variety of industry journals and publications, and has lectured for thousands of healthcare professionals and consumer audiences globally on these topics. He was a founding author of the NHI on Demand database and spearheaded the Lexi Comp databases relating to natural therapeutics.

He is author of 16 e-books and 20 books including the most recently released, Your Blood Never Lies, as well as his best seller, Cracking the Metabolic Code, along with Smart Medicine for Healthier Living, Nutritional Cost of Drugs and the Cox 2 Connection. He was named one of the “50 Most Influential Pharmacists” by American Druggist magazine and was one of only nine Americans selected to participate in the inaugural Dietary Supplement Educational Alliance & Dietary Supplement Information Bureau.

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