With this on-demand video presentation, acclaimed educator, clinician, and writer Dr. Michael Gaeta guides holistic health care providers through an in-depth review of Mark Anderson’s Back to School for Doctors 2016, “Triad of the Heart: Rate, Rhythm, Tone.”
BTS is an annual event that attracts the best, the brightest, the most curious, and the most-willing-to-be inspired practitioners from around the nation. In 2016, they gathered to learn about rate, rhythm, and tone: three metrics that determine the functional efficiency of the heart more than any others.
In the human body, the heart is the most responsive organ to nutrition. So why does cardiovascular disease lead to so many deaths every year? What principles are we ignoring? What nutrients and phyto-chemicals demonstrate a high propensity for repair and maintenance of the vast cardiovascular network of living tissue? What foods, nutrient complexes, enzymes, minerals, oils, and fats can help our most dynamic organ last over a hundred years?
Whether or not you were present at BTS 2016, don’t miss this critical assessment from one of the most respected clinicians working today. Dr. Gaeta offers more than just a review of BTS 2016—he leads you on a deep exploration into the very heart of health.
Practitioners, also be on the lookout for Dr. Gaeta’s review of BTS 2015:
BTS for Doctors 2015 is part one. The focus was the vasculature and keeping it flowing, flexible, and strong. As usual, Mark Anderson asks the difficult questions: why has cardiology ignored so many decades of accumulated evidence of cardiomyopathy, as caused by autoimmune destruction of the cardiac muscle?
BTS for Doctors 2016 is part two. Anderson engages with the heart muscle itself, the body’s most electrical organ and how to keep it functionally and structurally well.
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About the Author
Dr Michael Gaeta is a visionary educator, clinician, and writer in the field of natural health care. His purpose is to give vital, resilient people the motivation to stay out of the medical system. Michael works with natural health professionals to improve patient care and practice success through his clinicians’ mentoring program, live seminars and webinars, and distance learning programs. He holds licenses in acupuncture, dietetics-nutrition, and massage therapy, and he is a doctor of acupuncture in Rhode Island. Michael earned his master’s degree in acupuncture from the New York College of Health Professions, where he was a faculty member for ten years. Michael’s teaching is informed by more than two decades of clinical practice both in New York and Colorado. He has helped thousands of patients improve their well-being, prevent illness, and choose a lifestyle of “nature first, drugs last.” He cofounded Acupuncture for Veterans to provide free treatments to vets in New York City. Michael is past president of the Acupuncture Society of New York, earning awards for State Association President and State Association of the Year. He appeared on the CBS Early Show and NBC News, and he has trained thousands of clinicians with his “Success with Natural Medicine” clinical seminars and his “Love, Serve & Succeed” business and ethics seminars. His wellness radio show on Contact Talk Radio has attracted over 100,000 subscribers. He loves to debunk popular myths regarding food quality (critical), vaccines (bad), cholesterol (good), antioxidant vitamins (bad), and chronic illness (preventable). Michael is also a pianist and composer. With his partner, Richard Schmitt, DC, he launched Expert Nutrition Advisor, the first online video education service for Standard Process clinicians and their patients.
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