Supporting your Patient's Nutritional Needs"
by Curt Hamilton, CCN
The April 21st class in Tyler Friday, June 5, 2020
has been cancelled 1:00 pm - 4:00pm
A webinar will be scheduled Amarillo, Texas
DATE, TIME, LOCATION
The April 21, 2020 Friday, June 5, 2020
class has been cancelled 1:00pm - 4:00pm
A Webinar is forthcoming Courtyard by Marriott Amarillo
West Medical Center
8006 I-40 West
Amarillo, TX 79106
Complimentary for Standard Process Accounts and Staff
Others: $20.00 Tuition
(Licensed Healthcare Practitioners and Their Staff Only)
Includes a Healthy Meal and Handout
To Register By Phone: 817-845-8325
Certain medications may have a potential to impact a patient's nutritional needs by either altering the way the body absorbs, metabolizes, or excretes nutrients. This may contribute to adverse reactions and intolerance and these nutritional deficiencies can then be mistaken for symptoms of another disease process. Not realizing that the cause can be a nutrient deficiency can lead to being given another medication.
Join us as Curt Hamilton, CCN discusses some common drug-induced nutrient depletion and how to support your body with diet and supplementation modifications.
*This class is for licensed health care professionals for informational purposes only and it is recommended that patients discuss their medications and nutrients of concern with their trusted healthcare provider.
Includes a healthy meal and class handout!
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