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

Upcoming Conferences

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NANP 2019 Annual Conference & Expo
Dates: May 16-19, 2019
Location: JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort - Tucson, Arizona
CEUs: Up to thirteen (13) Category I CEUs
Information: http://www.nanpconference.com/


NTA ROOTS 2019 Annual Conference
Dates: March 1-3, 2019
Location: Hilton Portland Downtown - Portland, Oregon
CEUs: Category I CEUs
Information: https://www.nutritionaltherapyconference.com/


Neuroinflammation Clinical Assessments and Recommendations - Kharrazian Institute

Approved for fifteen (15) Category I CEUs

This course will provide an extensive literature review of microglia, neuroimmunity, and current disease that involve underlying neuroinflammatory pathophysiology. An evidence-based model incorporating diet, nutrition, and lifestyle medicine will be presented. Clinical applications to glial priming, laboratory tests, client history, and physical examination will be presented in detail.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the role of glial cells in brain function
  • Review the basic concepts of neuroimmunology
  • Review the scientific literature for nutrients, dietary and lifestyle factors that impact neuroinflammation
  • Understand the clinical concept of glial priming
  • Learn how to identify neuroinflammation from the clients’ history
  • Learn examination and laboratory findings found with neuroinflammation

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Approved for twenty (20) Category I CEUs


August 15-18, 2019

San Diego, CA

This conference will give practitioners a holistic approach to successfully diagnose and treat underlying issues contributing to the manifestations of neurological, behavioral, and psychiatric disorders, based on scope of practice.

Research has revealed that many disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, OCD, eating disorders, and autism spectrum disorders often have biomedical causes that contribute to symptoms, from nutritional deficiencies to chronic infections. Patients have better outcomes when these causes are addressed and treated through a combination of specialized testing and nutritional therapies, even in combination with traditional approaches.

 Learning objectives:

Educating practitioners on how to help their clients regain mental wellness through the use of individualized metabolic testing, nutritional therapies, and dietary interventions.

All details, including pricing and registration are at www.IMMH2019.com.

For questions or more information, e-mail [email protected] or call (913) 915-5136

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. 


Brain Body: Science, Medicine, and Nutrition for the Gut-Brain Axis Presented by Sara Gottfried, MD

Approved for three and one half (3.5) Category I CEUs


  • Review the normal and abnormal function of the gut-brain axis and how it impacts the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal/thyroid/gonadal (HPATG) axes and default mode network.
  • Identify the role of intestinal permeability and the gut microbiome in stress, mood, an overactive HPATG, and central nervous system disorders.
  • Review strategies for improving intestinal wall integrity, including nutrigenomic approaches, “behaviorceuticals,” prebiotics, and probiotics.

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