Professor Kerry Bone
Professor Kerry Bone
June 6th || Westerville, OH || 6 CEUs || Thursday 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Location: Standard Process of Ohio Office, 98 Commerce Park Dr, Westerville, OH 43082
It has often been said that ‘Good health starts in the gut’. Unfortunately, abnormal gastrointestinal function is the new norm being fed by the consequences of modern life. Poor diet, stress, entrenched dysbiosis, and a compromised intestinal barrier are all contributing to this pandemic which can be implicated in a wide range of health issues. In this seminar, Kerry will explore the current research on various gut issues including the impact of stealth invaders and food sensitivities. Corrective herbal and nutritional strategies will be outlined, underpinned by some new evidence and options, including a modified version of the bowel flora protocol. Kerry’s case histories will also be explored and you will leave this seminar with simple, practical strategies that you can implement the next day in your clinical practice.
Professor Kerry Bone, BSc (Hons), Dip Phyto, FNIMH, FNHAA, MCPP, FANTA
Kerry is recognized internationally as a pre-eminent herbal practitioner, scientist and academic with a reputation cemented by his significant contribution to excellence in education, research and advocacy. Kerry’s passionate commitment to product development, research, writing, education and clinical practice positions him as a pioneer in the international herbal industry. He is the founder of MediHerb®, author of six books, contributor to over 100 articles on herbal therapy to peer-reviewed journals around the world and has remained dedicated to his practice for over 30 years.
*Includes Organic Catered Lunch
6 CEUs for Ohio & West Virginia DCs
Cancellation Policy: If canceled 24 hours prior to seminar, a full no-charge transfer to a future seminar or a refund minus 15% transaction fee will occur. If canceled less than 24 hours before seminar or person does not attend without prior notice, a 15% fee will be deducted from the registration cost and the remaining balance can be transferred to a future seminar