Your Weekly Nutrition Update
An educational newsletter for all healthcare providers
SPMs: Changing Macrophage Phenotypes to Improve Inflammatory Response  

As we continue in our SPM discussions , Dr. Robert Martindale, MD, PhD engages in an insightful conversation with Jesmond Dalli, PhD

They discuss the ability of specialized pro-resolving mediators (SPMs) to orchestrate targeted changes in macrophage phenotype, based on the specific type of local inflammatory response.  Examples of this SPM/macrophage relationship are discussed for  wound repair, adipose tissue, and cancer

New Clinical News!
Incorporating Recommended CVD Prevention Strategies
In Your Patients with Diabetes 

By the year 2050, it is estimated that 1 in 3 US individuals will have type 2 diabetes (T2D ), a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD).  Proven CVD therapies for T2D patients are crucial  to alleviate this chronic disease burden

A new study in the Journal of American College of Cardiology synthesizes evidence-based recommendations for CVD prevention , focusing on 2 key domains: 1) lifestyle management and 2) CVD risk factor management . HCPs will benefit from exploring and implementing these current, pragmatic clinical strategies to support patients with diabetes...

Video: Nutritional Solutions for Endothelial Health 
Optimizing Nitric Oxide Production Via Targeted Nutrition

Cardiovascular function should be strategically supported via targeted nutritional factors that
support nitric oxide (NO) synthesis, which is essential for healthy endothelial function and blood flow. Arginine, citrulline, cocoa polyphenols, folate, vitamin C, and magnesium help protect and maintain NO synthesis
In this endothelial health animation video, you will learn how each nutritional factor uniquely impacts the NO synthesis pathway. Biochemical and mechanistic insights are coupled with key endothelial function clinical measurement tools, to help you most effectively support and evaluate the endothelial health trajectory of each patient 

Webinar Series on Medicine and Targeted Nutrition Therapy
with Michael Nova, MD, PhD
Part 4: Can Cognitive Decline Be Reversed?

In the 4th and final part of the webinar series with Dr. Michael Nova, MD, PhD, you will learn about targeted lifestyle strategies for improving cognition. Dr. Nova discusses specific recommendations for cognitive support in the areas of nutrition, exercise, sleep, stress, and gut health. Can cognitive decline be reversed? Watch and learn
 

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