Earn Your Category I CEUs at these Conferences, Events and Seminars


Earn Eleven (11) Category I CEUs 


6th Annual Conference Think Tank 2020

Dates: 09/18/2020 - 09/19/2020

The theme for the year is “Clarity Through Simplicity.” All presentations will be geared toward utilizing the Qest and Asyra Bioresonance machines in a simple way that gets results.

Instructors(s): Dr. Alphonzo V. Monzo, Dr. Jeffrey Saffir, DC, Summer Miller, Beth Humman, Jane Piper, Kees Bezemer, Pamela Wingert, Paul Robbins, and Joanne Washington

Practicum: Two day online seminar

Learning objectives: Participants will leave with better understanding of how to address tough cases, as well as cases in the following categories: Allergies, Cancer, EBV, Lyme, Hair Loss, & Weaponized Pathogens. Marketing strategies will also be discussed.

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Earn Ten (10) Category I CEUs 

Microbiome Keynotes Symposium

November 13th - November 15th, 2020

The Virtual Microbiome Keynotes Symposium is designed to unite experts in the field of microbiome therapeutics and functional medicine in order to create practical solutions to impact the lives around us and provide high-quality interactions between speakers and attendees in order to foster a deeper human connection and a better understanding of topics at hand.

After this conference, attendees will be able to:

  1. Identify microbiome-driven therapeutics for a more comprehensive approach to patient care

  2. Explain how the microbiome impacts health outcomes in the patient

  3. Outline validated practical solutions to modulate the microbiome for better health outcomes

  4. Describe the deep connection between the gut microbiome and the vaginal microbiota and their collective impact on premenopausal and postmenopausal reproductive health

  5. Recognize microbial community structures and influencing factors that determine risk for chronic disease

  6. Discuss the role of circadian rhythm and its interaction with overall health and the gut microbiome

  1. Recognize the impact of environmental toxins on our sensitive ecology and the resulting effect on acute and chronic illness

  2. Describe  the importance of nutrition and overall lifestyle modification for healthy aging and cognitive function

  3. Define the gut-brain connection and the impact that the gut microbiome has on cognitive development in a pediatric population

  4. Identify the benefits of utilizing multi-omics technologies based on a data-driven healthcare model to allow patients with complex chronic diseases to actively benefit from biomedical advances

Hosting Organization:​ Microbiome Labs

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Ongoing Seminars

The following companies offer Category I approved CEU programs on an ongoing basis. The pre-approved programs are listed below. Please visit the company’s calendar of events for dates and locations.



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The tastings are considered high value by attendees of the live Seminars so that they can be sure of the flavors to expect.
Students have the option to purchase a sample set of more than a dozen ferments featured in the Seminar, FedEx overnight, refrigerated shipping.

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FirstLine Therapy (FLT) Certification Program approved for nineteen and a half (19.5) CEUs