How Oxalate Overload Is Making You Sick--and How to Get Better | 10 CPEU
CBDM Prior Approval Course Expiry:Dec 31, 2027
Are your clients eating a healthy diet yet still dealing with fatigue, inflammation, anxiety, recurrent injuries, or chronic pain? The problem could be some of the very superfoods that nutrition and dietetic professionals recommend spinach, almonds, sweet potatoes, and other trusted plant foods. Paradoxically, the key to vibrant health may be reducing these so-called superfoods.
Culprits such as chemical toxins called oxalates may be lurking in “healthy,” organic plant-heavy diets. Explore how modern diets may be overloaded with unhealthy oxalates. Assist your clients by offering fresh solutions including:
A complete, research-backed program to safely reverse oxalate load; and
Comprehensive charts and resources on foods to avoid and better alternatives; and
Guidance to improve your energy, optimize mood and brain performance, and find true relief from chronic pain.
Examine and customize the standard doctrines to “eat more plants”. Discover possibilities to your clients find more energy, optimum brain performance, graceful aging, and true relief from chronic pain.
Understand how oxalate-rich foods and diets may be contributing to a variety of chronic disease.
Assimilate protocols to help your clients reverse their oxalate load.
Comprehend which foods to avoid and better alternatives.
Examine and customize the standard doctrines to “eat more plants”.
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Book: Hardcover, 384pp. Jan 2023. ISBN-13: 978-0593139585
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