Back to School for Doctors 2014: Principles, Not Trends

When I first read the Back to School for Doctors 2014 brochure, a single statement caught my eye: “Principles, not trends.” My attention was instantly captured because navigating trendy styles of eating is frustrating for someone like me who has suffered the consequences of years of poor diet choices. Thankfully, there are shoot-from-the-hip people like Mr. Mark Anderson who are not afraid to buck the trendsetters and lay out the facts of whole-food nutrition and nutritional therapies based on the principles of Dr. Royal Lee.

Coming this fall, Mark Anderson will be introducing many to the idea of trophotherapy—“the science of healing by applied nutrition.” As anyone who has attended this seminar series over the years knows, BTS for Doctors is always about “the application of principles vs. the application of trends.”

Now some of you might be puzzled by this, but those of us who have tried the “trends” over the years have made ourselves more ill or ended up nervous nellies because we inadvertently destroyed our intestinal flora. This two-day lecture is an answer to many prayers from those of us who just want to feel well again and want our health practitioners to clue in.

The 2014 Back to School for Doctors seminar will take place on September 27–28, 2014, in Denver, Colorado, at the Renaissance Hotel. Save the date for this popular annual event! For more information, visit the SRP Events Calendar.

I look forward to seeing you there, and I’m sure like you, I will be all ears for what Mark Anderson has to tell us about trophotherapy.

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Peggy Sue Meininger

Peggy Sue Meininger is Director of Sales for Selene River Press.

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