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2014 Annual International Conference Proceedings

Proceedings

Functional Perspectives on Food and Nutrition: The Ultimate Upstream Medicine

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Expand your awareness of food and nutrition as powerful determinants of health and disease in clinical practice with presentations from IFM’s 2014 Annual International Conference.

FOOD IS THE MOST PERVASIVE INFLUENCE ON HUMAN HEALTH

IFM’s 2014 Annual International Conference Proceedings, Functional Perspectives on Food and Nutrition: The Ultimate Upstream Medicine, equipped clinicians to apply personalized therapies in clinical practice. Six themes run through the Proceedings:

  • Biology and behavior
  • Personalized care
  • Nutritional genomics
  • Macronutrients
  • Clinical strategies
  • Community transformation

Key Takeaways

  • Apply personalized functional nutrition therapies in clinical practice by assessing patients based on careful history taking, physical exam, and laboratory assessments.
  • Examine approaches that can help modify genetic expression in offspring, including stress management, nutritional intervention, and detoxification.
  • Distinguish the differences in vegetarian, Mediterranean, and paleo diets as well as their impacts on health.
  • Explore methods to transform the health of patients using functional nutrition at a community level.
  • Understand the connections between the biological and behavioral aspects of eating.

Lectures

Speaker Title Approx. Length
David Ludwig, MD, PhD Food "Technologies" and the Evolution of Disease 1 hour, 15 minutes
Christopher Gardner, PhD,
Mimi Guarneri, MD,
Loren Cordain, PhD,
and Joel Fuhrman, MD
Nutritional Controversies: What's the Right Diet? 2 hours, 15 minutes
Randy Jirtle, PhD Epigenetics, Genomic Imprinting, and the Effect of Nutrition 1 hour
Michael Stone, MD, MS, and Leslie Stone, MD Metabolic Imprinting: Mapping Pre-Conception and Prenatal Nutrition Concerns 1 hour
Jeffrey Bland, PhD From Nutrigenomics to Nutromics: The Future of Personalized Nutrition 1 hour
Mark Hyman, MD The Biological Addiction of FOOD 1 hour
Marc David, MA Eating Psychology Meets Functional Medicine: A Clinical and Soulful Approach 1 hour
Michael Stone, MD, MS Strengthening Your Skills in the Nutrition Physical Exam Workshop (Breakout Session) 1 hour, 30 minutes
Jeffrey Geller, MD Empowerment Group Visits: Putting Them into Practice (Breakout Session) 1 hour, 30 minutes
David Riley, MD Functional Nutrition Case Studies (Breakout Session) 1 hour, 30 minutes
Deanna Minich, PhD Nourishing the Whole Self: The Food & Spirit Clinical Approach to Patient Transformation (Breakout Session) 1 hour, 30 minutes
Loren Cordain, PhD Origins and Evolution of the Western Diet: Health Implications for the 21st Century (Breakout Session) 1 hour, 30 minutes
Elizabeth Boham, MD, RD BioMarkers?Uncovering Nutrient Insufficiencies (Breakout Session) 1 hour, 30 minutes
Jeffrey Geller, MD Empowerment Group Visits: Practical Skill Development (Breakout Session) 1 hour, 30 minutes
Liz Lipski, PhD, CCN, CHN, and Kathy Swift, MS, RDN, LDN Nutrition Rx: Food, Healing, and Digestive Health (Breakout Session) 1 hour, 30 minutes
Sheila Dean, DSC, RD Applying NutriGenomics in Clinical Practice (Breakout Session) 1 hour, 30 minutes
Joel Fuhrman, MD Healthy To 100: Maximizing Longevity with an Anti-Cancer Diet-Style (Breakout Session) 1 hour, 30 minutes
Kristi Hughes, ND, Rebecca Katz, MS, Deanna Minich, PhD, Mary Willis, RD, LD, CDE, and Barb Schiltz, RN, MS Functional Nutrition Therapy: Practical Applications of IFM Food Plans 2 hours, 15 minutes
David Jones, MD Therapeutic Partnership?Through the Lens of Nutritional Counseling 1 hour
Daphne Miller, MD Farmacology: Relationship Between the Soil Microbiome and the Gut Microbiome 1 hour
Preston Maring, MD Advocating for Nutrition Change in Business and Practice 1 hour
Patrick Hanaway, MD Clinical Nutrition through the Functional Medicine Lens 40 minutes

Schedule and Educators

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David S. Ludwig, MD, PhD Food Technologies and the Evolution of Disease (1 hour, 15 mins)

Additional Information

Packages Details

Video & audio package

What You Get

  • Video-synced recordings* (MP4) of all plenary sessions
  • Audio recordings** (MP3) of all plenary and breakout sessions
  • Presentation slides in PDF format
audio package

What You Get

  • Audio recordings** (MP3) of all plenary and breakout sessions
  • Presentation slides in PDF format

*Video-synced recordings show the presentation slide and the speaker simultaneously so you can see all the elements at once on your screen, almost as if you were attending the live presentation.
**Audio recordings are not synced with presentation slides. They are ideal for listening on the go or during your morning commute.

Given the nature of downloadable digital items, refunds, or credits on any of these purchases are not allowed.

Delivery & Expiration

delivery & Expiration
  • All recordings are delivered electronically to your online account directly upon purchase.
  • Recordings will be available to both stream and download for one full year after your date of purchase.
  • Breakout sessions are available as MP3 audio recordings only.
  • Conference Proceedings do not in any format include:
    • Dr. Mark Hyman’s interview with Michael Pollan.
    • Presentations at sponsored lunches.

CME Reminder: Purchase of conference proceedings, without attendance in person, does not earn CME credits. This Proceedings bundle is not eligible for CME.

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