The ANP

Digestive Enzyme Therapy in GI disorders

  • 22 Jan 2020
  • 18:30 - 20:18
  • Dublin, Ballsbridge Hotel Pembroke Road Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

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Digestive Enzyme Therapy in GI disorders

Poor digestion causes alterations of the microbiome, biofilm formation, and sets the stage for inflammation. An unbalanced microbiome not only compromises digestion, but can be implicated in a wide range of health concerns. In this practical and dynamic presentation, Dr. Mike Murray will share valuable insights on the healing power of enzymes in a range of GI disorders

Learning outcomes:

  • How modern enzyme therapy can improve digestion and provide relief in GERD, IBS, SIBO,  intestinal permeability and malabsorption
  • The gut connection in Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • How digestive enzymes influence the microbiome and  biofilms.
  • How to support and address enzyme deficiencies, and their application in food intolerances.
  • Practical guidance on selection and dosage of digestive enzymes

About the speaker:

Naturopathic Doctor, Author, “The Magic of Food” and “The Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine” Michael T. Murray, N.D., is regarded as a pioneer of, and one of the world’s leading authorities on, natural medicine. He is a former faculty member and serves on the Board of Regents of Bastyr University in Seattle, the nation’s first accredited naturopathic college, where he received his doctorate in naturopathic medicine in 1985. Murray has written more than 30 books about natural approaches to health and is co-author of the “Textbook of Natural Medicine,” and the best-selling “The Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine,” that has been translated into 14 different languages and has sold more than 2 million copies. His other books include, “What The Drug Companies Won't Tell You And Your Doctor Doesn't Know,” and his recently released “The Magic of Food.” In 2016, Murray received the Nutrition Business Journal Award for Education as an acknowledgement to his lifelong career of educating practitioners and the general public on natural medicine through books and publications, public speaking events, workshops and conferences, as well as through major national media coverage, such as PBS, MSNBC, NBC’s “Dateline,” ABC’s “20/20” and “Primetime,” CBS News “Sunday Morning” and a recent special report on “The Dr. Oz Show” about the science behind natural medicine.