Nutrition for Each Decade

Nutrition for Each Decade

Saturday, August 4, 2018 - 9:00am to 6:00pm
Sunday, August 5, 2018 - 9:00am to 1:00pm
Dr. Marlene Merritt & Dr. Will Mitchell
This seminar is CE APPLIED for 12 CE hours for DC, L.Ac., RN, ND
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Our health issues vary as we age, but what if you were given the key to unlock not just the issues currently going on, but preventing health problems in the future? Learn procedures and protocols to address issues ranging from infancy to the elderly and be prepared to age well, not just for your patients, but also for yourself.

• Learn the 4 barriers to aging well
• Discuss the Triage Theory and how sub-clinical malnutrition affects aging and disease
• Conception/Pregnancy/Pediatrics: Discuss major nutritional and herbal support necessary at each stage
• Understand the role of genetic testing for lifestyle optimization
• Gain key protocols for major age-related concerns i.e. fad diets & eating disorders, thyroid stressors, metabolic syndrome, mobility issues, plaque stabilization, cognitive decline, and more.
• Learn to better your chances of staying healthy and medication-free

About the speaker

Dr. Marlene Merritt & Dr. Will Mitchell
Dr. Marlene Merritt & Dr. Will Mitchell

Drs. Marlene Merritt and Will Mitchell own Merritt Wellness Center in Austin, Texas. They run a full-time practice that specializes in combining nutrition, Western testing, applied kinesiology, and Oriental medicine/herbology. Dr. Merritt writes an ongoing series of articles about integrating nutrition into an acupuncture practice in Acupuncture Today. Dr. Mitchell has taught nutrition at The Academy of Oriental medicine, introducing whole food nutritional theory to students and graduates interested in expanding their own practices. Drs. Merritt and Mitchell specialize in presenting the fundamentals of nutrition to practitioners interested in starting a nutrition practice and helping experienced practitioners deepen their understanding of nutrition, physiology and protocols.