Functional Blood Chemistry

Functional Blood Chemistry

Saturday, August 3, 2019 - 9:00am to 6:00pm
Sunday, August 4, 2019 - 9:00am to 1:00pm
Gerald Roliz, CNC
This seminar is CE APPLIED for 12 CE hours
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Blood Chemistry is considered the gold standard of healthcare and is a common language across all health professions.
In contrast to conventional medicine, Functional Blood Chemistry interprets blood lab results from a preventative stand point by using narrower ranges and earlier indicators of serious medical conditions that would otherwise go undetected.
This seminar is focused on building the ability to interpret and prioritize lab findings. Corresponding nutritional and herbal therapies to support and restore balanced chemistry will be discussed.

Seminar Highlights
• Understand blood physiology, individual blood bio-markers, and the benefits and limitations of blood chemistry

• Learn to read, analyze, and prioritize findings using wellness lab ranges

• Identify and interpret common blood patterns associated with disease, including inflammatory markers, metabolic markers, liver enzymes

• Gain nutritional/herbal therapy to balance blood chemistry

• Receive a complete manual including quick reference glossary, protocol pages, patient tracking forms, and more

About the speaker

Gerald Roliz
Gerald Roliz

Gerald Roliz is a Certified Nutritional Consultant whose unique approach to whole food nutrition allows him to advocate reversal, not just prevention, of health challenges brought on by poor nutrition. He holds degrees from U.C. Berkeley in Psychology and Molecular & Cell Biology. Gerald worked as a pharmaceutical sales rep for 5 years teaching medical doctors about Drug-to-Drug interactions, adverse side effects, and withdrawal syndrome caused by commonly prescribed pharmaceutical medications.