What to Do When Your Get-Up-and-Go Has Got Up and Gone | 25 CPEU
Best seller author and physician, Dr. Steven R. Gundry expands upon his previous discussions of gut, microbiome, and mitochondrial health, linking immune malfunction to the mental and physical symptoms of fatigue—including exhaustion, brain fog, depression, anxiety, and low metabolism.
Feeling tired, moody, and zapped of energy is not normal, no matter one’s workload or age. Fatigue is an SOS flare from the body, one that is intended to alert us that something is wrong. Clinical evidence has found that individuals who complain of feeling sick and tired all the time almost always have something in common: the inflammation markers of a leaky gut.
Explore the information and tools necessary to quiet the autoimmune battle raging within—a battle that depletes precious energy reserves, leaving one drained and prone to mood disorders and weight gain. With new guidelines on how to increase mitochondrial energy production and nourish the microbiome; 30 new Plant Paradox-approved recipes; and lists of energy-boosting foods to consume and energy-depleting foods to avoid, and strategies and help your clients take back their lives, giving them the energy they need to feel, look, and be their best.
Articulate a holistic understanding of gut, microbiome, and mitochondrial health, linking immune malfunction to the mental and physical symptoms of fatigue.
Comprehend the relationship between fatigue and inflammation markers of a leaky gut.
Identify energy-boosting foods to consume and energy-depleting foods to avoid.
Develop strategies to help your clients take back their lives, giving them the energy they need to feel, look, and be their best.
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Book: Hardcover, 336pp. Mar 2021. ISBN-13: 978-0063005730
Accepted by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR)
CDR Activity Number: 168130
Course Expiry: May 31, 2024
Practice Competency Spheres: View the suggested CDR Practice Competencies for this “Nutrition Wellness” category course here.
CDR Self-Study Activity Type: 720 Printed
This course is intended for: RDN, NDTR & CDCES
This course is also accepted by the Certification Board for Diabetes Care and Education (CBDCE) and may be used towards the continuing education unit (CEU) requirement for the Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES). Dietitian 360 is accredited by the Commission on Dietetic Registration which is on the list of CBDCE Recognized Providers. View the list of CBDCE continuing education providers here.