Herbal Insights on Neuroendocrine Health, Featuring Lee Carroll, BSc

Herbs

Herbs are popular for cooking, but they have so much more to offer us. For centuries they’ve also been used for infections, tissue repair, wound care, and so much more. To learn more, check out one of these March seminars coming up in Salt Lake City or Colorado.

Lee Carroll, BSc, one of the foremost authorities on the Standard Process Australian partner company MediHerb, will discuss how to address the symptoms of endocrine dysfunction with herbal strategies. As a leading member of the MediHerb team for over 20 years, Lee has an impressive repertoire of knowledge in this area—and he’s coming all the way from Australia to share it. Learn how to identify your patients’ problematic symptoms with his preventative approach.

Carroll will cover current research on neuroendocrine regulation with a particular focus on the hypothalamus, pituitary, adrenal, thyroid, and ovary/testes. He will also discuss more advanced endocrine connections relating to the liver, pancreas, heart, brain, and gastrointestinal tract.

Program highlights include:

  • HPA, HPT, HPO/T Axis Syndromes; cortisol, thyroid hormone, sex hormones
  • Liver health, hormone metabolism and detoxification
  • Hormone dysregulation and fertility issues
  • Pancreas, insulin production, resistance syndromes
  • Gastrointestinal factors associated with endocrine health

These seminars are for health care practitioners, students, and staff active in clinical assessment. If you’re not a health care practitioner, please encourage yours to attend so you can receive the best support for your holistic approach to health. Practitioners, don’t miss out on the chance to hear a lecture by one of the leading authorities on the MediHerb line.

Lee Carroll will share his expertise with health care practitioners in Salt Lake City on March 7 and at three separate Colorado locations from March 10–12.

For more information and to register, call 1-800-321-9807 or go to the SRP Events Calendar.

Samantha Prust

Samantha Prust is Senior Editor and Administrative Assistant for Selene River Press.

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