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Connecting the Dots Between Oral Health & Nutrition

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There is so much misinformation on nutrition these days that it’s no wonder many of us are confused! The most common diseases we see our patients being treated for are heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and autoimmune disease. With these diagnoses come a variety of medications to treat the disease, but often with medication comes the burden of side effects. What if the food we ate could actually help prevent or even cure disease? In this course, you will learn about a variety of popular diets, GERD, food allergies/sensitivities, leaky gut, pH, glycemic index/load, oral probiotics, inflammatory foods, antioxidants and periodontal disease and more.
 
- Dental Hygiene degree from Shoreline Community College in Seattle, Washington (1993).
- Bachelor of Arts degree completed at St. Mary’s College of California in Business Management (2005).
- Registered Dental Hygienist in Alternative Practice at the University of the Pacific, San Francisco, CA (2008).
 
Certificates:
- Natural Chef, and Nutrition Educator at Bauman College, Berkeley, CA (2011).
- Health Coach at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (2012).
Certificate: NLP Practitioner (Feb 2013).
Masters of Science in Holistic Nutrition at Hawthorn University (pending)

Inflammation Resources:
American Academy for Oral Systemic Health

 

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