Introduction to Microbiome, April 5, 12, 19, 2017

“Introduction to Microbiome” presentation April 5, 12, and 19, 2017

Summary:  If you are in the Pittsburgh area, stop in and hear the Introduction to Microbiome”presentation April 5, 12, and 19, 2017 over at the Camelot’s Columbian Room.  Why is this presentation really important?  The microbiome is a newly discovered organ where over 70% of your immunity resides  AND many inflammatory and chronic diseases (from Type 2 Diabetes, to autoimmune, to dementia and Alzheimer’s) have been found, beginning about 2013, to have a microbiome inflammatory skew.  Diet and lifestyle hugely alters our microbiome  constituent members in pro-inflammatory or anti-inflammatory directions (see posts  here and here).  TheIntroduction to Microbiome” presentation  explains what the microbiome is and factors that impact it for the good and bad.  These findings are out of the key microbiome labs that have made pivotal contributions to our understanding of the microbiome.  To know where you are going microbiome-wise, you need to know where you’ve been microbiome-wise, and that means getting your arms around all the factors that impact it, good and bad.  You will better understand the state of your microbiome (and your families) and leave rethinking how food and lifestyle can better your microbiomes which it can, immensely.  The microbiome is a newly discovered organ we need to support for sure, and from the current disease epidemics, we are obviously not doing a very good job.  How bad are our microbiomes?  The National Institutes of Health’s “Human Microbiome Project”  was billed as a “road map” of human microbes.  But as Maria Gloria Dominguez-Bello, a microbiologist at New York University who is working to repopulate C-Section newborn skewed microbiomes said, the effort is “really the American  Microbiome Project; it’s not the “Human Microbiome Project.”  How the Western Diet Has Derailed Our Evolution?  Come… learn!

 

Here are the “Introduction to Microbiome” presentation  April 5, 12, and 19, 2017 details: 

  • DATES: Wednesday April 5, 12, and 19.  
  • RSVP biome393@gmail.com and note all dates you can attend.  The final dates will be determined based on responses.
  • TIME:  7 PM
  • PLACE:  The Columbian Room, 250 Swinderman Road, Wexford, PA 15090
  • COST:  $15 at the door

Please see the below brochure for more details or send me an email, biome393@gmail.comif you have any questions.  Learn to use your beasties to increase your immune system function, decrease pro-inflammatory disease microbiome status, and increase anti-inflammatory microbiome status!  Feel, move, and think great!  Added bonus… I’ll have a few of the salad dressings we make at other Workshops and properly prepared quinoa for your sampling!


If attending, please RSVP and note all dates you can attend: biome393@gmail.com

I will let you know the final dates once all responses are received.

Last, please share the opportunity so that your friends and family are in the know!


New to microbiome?

It is a newly discovered organ where over 70% of your immunity resides  AND many inflammatory and chronic diseases (from Type 2 Diabetes, to autoimmune, to dementia and Alzheimer’s) have been found, beginning about 2013, to have a microbiome inflammatory skew.  Diet and lifestyle hugely alters our microbiome  constituent members in pro-inflammatory or anti-inflammatory directions (see posts  here and here).  The Introduction to Microbiome” presentation  explains what the microbiome is and factors that impact it for the good and bad .  These findings are out of the key microbiome labs that have made pivotal contributions to our understanding of the microbiome.

Best in health thru awareness,

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