Feb 24


Nutrition-Focused Protocols to Combat Chronic Viral Persistence

Tue 27th February 2024, 06:00pm

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Root-cause Considerations & Clinical Solutions to Restore Immune Resilience 

How many of your patients are experiencing an increase in Immune Dysfunction, Exhaustion, Brain Fog, Exercise Intolerance, Sleep Challenges, and Increased Pain?

You might be seeing patients with Long-haul Post-viral Fatigue Syndrome and not realise it if you don’t know the five drivers of this unique immune-cardio-neuro-viral clinical pattern.

Many are finding that they have developed fatigue, exercise intolerance, brain fog, or chronic infections as a part of these, life-altering health complications, often struggling to find an effective root-cause approaches to revive energy and reduce the inflammation.

Dr. Kristi’s webinar will specifically focus on the impact of chronic viral persistence on immune dysregulation and the exacerbation of auto-immunity responses.

Join Dr. Kristi’s Webinar Training to:

  • Understand the Five Drivers of Long-haul Syndrome 

  • Identify factors increasing susceptibility to post-viral syndromes and viral persistenc

  • Learn about sequencing care for patients with inflammation, stealth infections, biotoxins, and viral challenges

  • Discover nutrition and botanical nutraceuticals for foundational immune resilience nutrition, preventing severe infections

  • Connect the patterns involving Leaky Gut, Leaky Vessels, and Leaky Brain

  • Explore Post-viral Fatigue Case Studies and gain confidence in nutrition-based care





This workshop will be awarded 1.5 CPD points by the NNA, the NTOI and the ANA  in accordance with their guidelines.

Once registered, you will receive three reminder emails – one a week before the webinar, one a day before and one on the day of the webinar. All our webinars are recorded – you will be sent a link to the recording along with all the educational material, presentations, handouts and CPD approximately 24 to 48 hours.


Dr.Kristi Morlan-Hughes, ND, IFMCP, FMCHC

Functional Medicine Expert and Lecturer

Kristi Morlan-Hughes, ND, IFMCP, FMCHC has dedicated her professional path to the study and practice of root-cause medicine. Dr. Hughes served as a Director of Medical Education at IFM for a decade, where she was responsible for the development of medical education, nutrition-oriented, and clinical tools to support patient education. She supported the Collaboration partners working with IFM, cultivated practice implementation assets, and participated as an educator and facilitator both domestically and international. Dr. Kristi remains connected to core training programs at IFM, she continues to mentor students and practitioners alike in her ongoing FxMed Coaching Mentorship program. Dr. Hughes first took the stage teaching in 1999 with NutriDyn, finding her passion for practitioner education. Over the past twenty years, her consulting business and participation in medical education events have taken her around the world where she is recognized for her skills in teaching the art and science of medicine. She currently serves as the Chief Medical Education Officer for NutriDyn and participates on the Science Advisory Board. She is actively involved in educating practitioners seeking additional knowledge and clinical skills in applying nutrition to their own patients in practice and group medical care settings.