Nutritional Immunology: A Masterclass
With international Expert Dr. Robert Rountree, MD
It has been known for centuries that what we eat has a profound effect on our immunity. Deficiencies of macro and micronutrients can impair the immune system's ability to fight off infection and heal wounds. Overconsumption of certain foods and food additives can cause immune dysregulation, leading to obesity, cancer and chronic inflammatory disorders. In contrast, certain naturally occurring compounds can down regulate or modulate immune function. The emerging field of nutritional immunology encompasses all of these issues. This presentation will review the fundamental principles of innate and acquired immunity, discuss the pathways that disrupt normal function and explore the use of naturally occurring substances to modulate the immune response and improve health.
Don’t miss out on what is going to be a well thought-out and well-presented Masterclass from educator and expert Dr. Robert Rountree, MD who is at the forefront of the research and has hands on experience in clinical settings.
CPD accreditation for this webinar will be rewarded from BANT and the NNA.
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Functional Medicine Doctor
Robert Rountree, MD, received his medical degree from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine at Chapel Hill in 1980. He is also certified by the American Board of Family Practice. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Holistic Medicine. He has augmented his training with extensive postgraduate studies in nutritional and herbal pharmacology along with certification as a master practitioner of neuro-linguistic programming. Dr. Rountree has provided his unique combination of traditional family medicine, nutrition, herbology, and mind-body therapy in Boulder, CO, since 1983. He is coauthor of three books on integrative medicine, Immunotics: A Revolutionary Way to Fight Infection, Beat Chronic Illness, and Stay Well (Putnam, 2000); Smart Medicine for a Healthier Child (Avery Publishing, 1994); and A Parent’s Guide to Medical Emergencies (Avery, 1997).