2nd Annual Food as Medicine Symposium

Learn the facts and myths about popular diets and how and why to include nature’s super-foods in you meals. In addition, hear from Food As Medicine Institute’s co-founders, Drs. Courtney Jackson and Julie Briley as they discuss their practical approach to a whole foods lifestyle, including tools and tips for making great choices at the grocery store and in the kitchen.

Professional Track (11.5 CEUs approved by the OBNM)

Program from 2015

  • Chad Larson, NMD, DC | Mechanism of Food Immune Reactivity and Autoimmunity
  • Hilary Kinavey, MS, LPC and Dana Sturtevant, MS, RD | Topic to be announced
  • Angela Senders, ND | The Role of the Ketogenic Diet in Parkinson’s Disease
  • Ellen Goldsmith, LAc | Principles of Chinese Dietary Therapy and it’s Practical Application to Nourishing Prescriptions
  • Robert Ellis, DO, PhD, FACP, CS | Culinary Considerations in the Patient with Active Cancer
  • Diane D. Stadler, PhD, RD | The Effects of a Low Carb Diet on Appetite and Weight Loss
  • SIBO Panel: Allison Siebecker, ND, MSOM, LAc and expert guests including: Melanie Keller, ND, Whitney Hayes, ND, LAc, and Lisa Shaver, ND | Addressing Common Clinical Challenges with Prescribing SIBO Therapeutic Diets
  • Valerie Ferdinand, ND | The Genetic Advantage to Weight Management: Utilizing Genetic Information in Therapeutic Diet Plans
  • David Riley, MD | Culinary and Medicinal Applications of Spices

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Public Track

Program from 2015

  • The Benefits of a Low-Carb Diet with Andy Erlandsen, ND
  • East Meets West in the Kitchen – Using Chinese Dietary Therapies for Weight Management and Improved Energy with Ellen Goldsmith, LAc
  • Healing Food and Dietary Strategies for People with Cancer with Robert Ellis, DO, PhD, FACP, CS
  • Practical Tips for Using Food as Medicine Every Day with Julie Briley, ND and Courtney Jackson, ND

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