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Expanded Use of Organic Acids & Amino Acids Testing

An ongoing pre-recorded webinar course for licensed healthcare professionals only.

This is a twelve part monthly Powerpoint Video series. Each session will run for approximately 90 minutes.  All registrants for the series will receive the following:

  1. Unlimited Online Access -
    12 Pre-recorded installments, 1-2 hr. each.


  2. Direct Consultation - Receive assistance from Dr. Moss. with interpretation of lab reports and treatment planning, for your particular patient cases.

  3. Live Mentoring - Dr. Moss is available to students via phone & email, to answer questions or discuss any subject matter related to the course.

Course fee: $99.00 

Register for the course by logging-in to the website and purchasing item number WEB01.

If you do not yet have a website login, please click here to register for a website login, as a licensed healthcare professional or call us at 800-851-5444.

FREE viewing of the Introductory Presentation and Part 1 of the course:

Introductory Presentation (45 minutes)

Part 1 of the course (1 hour 34 minutes)

List of Modules in the "Expanded Use of Organic Acids & Amino Acids Testing" Course:


Introduction: Course Format Part  1 - Underlying Precepts Part  2 - Allostatic Load Protocol
Part  3 - Intro. to Organic Acids, Methylmalonic Acid, FIGLU, -Hydroxybutyrate
Part  4 - Pyruvate
Part  5 - L-Lactate
Part  6 - Carnitine
Part  7 - B vitamin/BCAA indicators
Part  8 - Central Energy Pathway Markers
Part  9 - Catecholamine Neurotransmitters
Part 10 - Tryptophan Neurotransmitters
Part 11 - Oxidative Damage & Antioxidant Markers, Detoxification Markers
Part 12 - Sulfur & Glutathione Metabolism Part 1
Part 13 - Methylation, Sulfur & Glutathion Metabolism Part 2
Part 14 - Compounds of Bacterial or Yeast/Fungal Origin: Benzoate and Hippurate
Part 15 - Compounds of Bacterial or Yeast/Fungal Origin: Phenylacetate, Phenylpropionate, p-Hydroxybenzoate, p-Hydroxyphenylacetate, Indican, Tricarballylate, D-Lactate, 3,4-Dihydroxyphenylpropionate, D-Arabinitol
Part 16 - TBA


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