Summer 2018 Newsletter -  Issue #54

Since we last connected, I had the opportunity to attend two great conferences in April and just recently finished my notes on each of these.  You will find more details below.

I'm continuing to enjoy interviewing some of the top minds on the BetterHealthGuy Blogcasts series.  Recent shows have included guests such as: Zach Bush MD, Allison Siebecker ND, Robert Rowen MD, Ben Lynch ND, and more.  #feelingblessed

I just had an article published in the July 2018 Townsend Letter as well.  While I can't share it online just yet, I will be able to share it very soon.  Watch for it on my Facebook page and on my website.

And lastly, I had an opportunity to stop and smell the roses (ok, maybe that's not actually a rose in the photo).  I was doing a round of Annie Hopper's DNRS at a local mall, and the color of the flower in the photo really caught my attention.  I don't ever remember having stopped to notice a flower before starting the DNRS work.  I wonder how many of these I've missed over the years? #parasympathetictone

Thanks for your ongoing interest and support!

In Better Health,
Lyme Disease Association of Delmarva Conference
I had the opportunity to attend "Integrative Medicine For the Treatment of Tick-borne Diseases" hosted by the Lyme Disease Association of Delmarva on April 20-21, 2018.  

This was the first event I have attended from the Delmarva group.  The event was put on by Marilyn Williams, and she did a super job of bringing together great speakers, great exhibitors, and putting on a fantastic, informative event!  

Speakers included Ann Corson MD, Kristine Gedroic MD, Ying Zhang PhD, Rosalie Greenberg MD, Simon Yu MD, Bob Miller CTN, Tom Moorcroft DO, Neil Nathan MD, and Julie McIntyre.

I had an amazing time with some old friends and made some new ones.  My notes from the conference are available for review.
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Recent Blogcasts
Since my last newsletter, I've had the opportunity to interview the following amazing guests:

Zach Bush MD, Allison Siebecker ND, Leanne Venier, Morley Robbins, Julie Matthews, Robert Rowen MD, Ben Lynch ND, and Aaron and Geneva Bigelow.

Select the image below, and you will be taken to a page on my web site with all of the listening options available.  Enjoy!

The Forum for Integrative Medicine

The date and location for the 2019 TFIM conference have been announced. The 4th annual TFIM event will be in Seattle, March 7-9, 2019.

Speakers and additional details will be announced shortly.  If you are interested in this exciting event, please save the date!

TFIM is a practitioner-only event.  Please share with your practitioners that may benefit from the content that will be presented.
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Treating the Untreatable: Unraveling Chronic Complex Illness

I had the opportunity to attend and moderate "Treating the Untreatable: Unraveling Chronic Complex Illness" hosted by The Forum for Integrative Medicine on April 5-7, 2018. 

This was the third annual TFIM event, and it certainly did not disappoint.  The speakers, attendees, and exhibitors made this a powerful event full of learning and collaboration.

Speakers included: Amy Derksen ND, Greg Lee LAc, Ann Corson MD, Bryan Rade ND, Sandeep Gupta MD, David Jernigan DC, Bob Miller CTN, Elena Frid MD, Stephanie Seneff PhD, Marie Matheson ND, Neil Nathan MD, Todd Watts DC, Armin Schwarzbach MD, Philip Memoli DMD, Kristine Gedroic MD, Darin Ingels ND, and Keith Berndtson MD.

To take a look at some of the notes I captured from the event, visit my website.

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I just recently added RESTORE back into my health optimization program after having done a very informative podcast with Dr. Zach Bush.

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Upcoming Summits

The last couple of years have offered us the opportunity to become empowered with information about how to support health restoration.   There have been many high-quality summits that provide the opportunity to hear from some of the top experts in the field on many different topics.  

Here are some of the upcoming summits that may be of interest to you.  If interested, click on the graphic, and sign-up now to be kept informed about the event as it nears.  

Enjoy, and I hope to "see" you there. :)

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I'm personally a fan of the IntelliPure Premium Plus air filter.  If you are looking for more information on improving your indoor air quality, reach out to Terry and his team and discuss personalized solutions that may support your goals.

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Nourishing Hope for Autism Summit

I recently did a great podcast on nutrition with Julie Matthews, CNC.  Julie is the host of the upcoming "Nourishing Hope for Autism Summit" which will run from July 30 - August 3.  

Speakers inlcude: Julie Matthews CNC, Martha Herbert MD, Ben Lynch ND, Dietrich Klinghardt MD, Elisa Song MD, Kurt Woeller MD and many more.

Sign-up now to be kept updated on this exciting online event.

The Real Skinny on Fat Documentary Series

53 experts explore fitness, cellular biology, neuroscience, and more. Everything we think we know about fat, obesity, aging, and overall health might be a lie.

Hear from: Christopher Shade PhD, Jeff Bland PhD, Montel Williams, Ben Greenfield, Thomas Seyfried, Jeffrey Morrison MD, Stephen Gundry MD, Max Lugavere, Zach Bush MD, and many more.

BetterHealthGuy Tidbits
Below you will find a handful of links to information I have found useful over the past couple of months. I hope you find them to be of interest.

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