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The Three Phases of Nutritional Immunity: Stop Sick Days In Their Tracks with a Kitchen Pharmacy

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The Three Phases of Nutritional Immunity: Stop Sick Days In Their Tracks with a Kitchen Pharmacy

  • Tuesday, May 04, 2021
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Webinar

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Learn how to use and teach about nutritional immunity through the lens of food-as-medicine. The role of whole foods, specific compounds present in superfoods, teas and spices will be reviewed in relation to their role in augmenting immunity. Understand what to eat, drink and take during each of the 3 phases of immune support. Learn how to use food, tea, and targeted supplements to prime the immune system for the prevention of viral infections. Understand why the 6 critical immune strengthening nutrients are essential antiviral reinforcements and learn about targeted supplement dosing and brand recommendations.

Speaker: Marie Ruggles, MS, RD, CN, CDE
Marie Ruggles started her career in research at Columbia University where she earned a degree in nutrition and public health. Her recent book, Optimize Your Immune System: Create Health and Resilience with a Kitchen Pharmacy, is a #1 New Release in Medical Nutrition and Parenting Nutrition. The book defines her simple, effective strategy for stopping sick days in their tracks. It's the “secret” sauce for public health viral protection presented in the 3-step strategy that delivers real-time results. https://www.marieruggles.com/book

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