Unappreciated Role of Obesogens, Endocrine Disruptors and Microplastics in Metabolic Crisis & What to Do About It

Date

Sep 14, 2024 5:00 PM

Location

Chateu on the Lake

Credits

1.5

Type

In-person

Speaker

Dr. Devaki Berkson
DC, DACBN, CNS

Sponsor

Details

We live in a changed world. A toxic world. These toxicities are adversely affecting epigenetics and contributing to modern diseases, many of them in the past only seen in aging humans. Endocrine disrupting compounds (EDC’s) are being linked to metabolic syndrome, obesity, infertility and even dementia.Yet, today’s medical world has not advanced in prophylaxis, identification or treatment of these growing issues. Allopathic interventions are based on treating acute diseases, not knowing how to turn epigenetic tides or reducing exposures or keeping hormone receptors and thus multiple tissues, optimal and functional.Many EDCs act as direct obesogens. This is based on the stunning work of Dr. Bruce Blumberg. These chemicals damage fat stem cells, causing larger fat cells that are harder to shed. These stem cell changes are often at the sacrifice of healthy bone stem cells, promoting two epidemics concurrently: metabolic + osteoporosis.

In this talk you will learn how EDC exposures in the egg, sperm, placenta, amniotic fluid, mother’s milk and throughout life, contribute to harder to shed metabolic syndrome. You will learn not only the critical role of reducing exposure to EDCs, especially prenatally, but also exact supplements and protocols helping to turn away from this growing unhealthy epigenetic tsunami.