Today is the last day (and probably the best day) of the World Diabetes Summit featuring guest speaker, Diane Sanfilippo (Practical Paleo). Today is all about functional testing and personalized medicine for optimizing health. Other speakers include Wendy Myers and Christa Orecchio on how to address common problems with diabetes and enhance health Dr. Peter Osborne details the tests that everyone with diabetes should get, and functional neurologist Dr. David Perlmutter gives the latest insights on diabetes and the brain.

World Diabetes Summit Day

Wendy Myers, CHHC, NC
How to Live to 110 Years Old
The impact of adrenal fatigue on blood sugar control
How mineral imbalances and deficiencies can promote diabetes
The best supplements for type 2 diabetes

Diane Sanfilippo, BS, NC
Why You Should Do a Sugar Detox
The damaging effect of sugar on overall health
Why it’s important to break the sugar habit once and for all
Strategies to overcome sugar addiction

Dr. Peter Osborne
Advanced Functional Testing for Personalized Diabetes Care
Limitations of the standard diabetes lab tests
Understanding Advanced Functional testing for diabetes
The importance of assessing micronutrients and food sensitivities

Christa Orecchio, CHHC
Whole Foods for Optimal Health and Blood Sugar
Evaluating and customizing the ideal diet for each person
Importance of avoiding junk and eating real food
Simple strategies to regain blood sugar control and health

David Perlmutter, MD
New Insights About Diabetes and the Brain
What the research indicates about diabetes and brain health
Preventing Alzheimer’s and dementia through diet and lifestyle
Important tests to evaluate brain function, health and prevent disease

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