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2017 OCT SEMINAR-Sudden Cardiac Death and Potassium without CE Credits

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How often do we hear about patients and loved ones who seemingly, without warning, experience massive, sometimes fatal cardiac events?

It could be an elderly patient with cardiovascular disease who, by all appearances, seems to be stabilized and in no immediate danger. Even more tragically, it is all too often the middle aged individual with no previous cardio-
vascular disease history. Most tragically, it is the young athlete, again with no advance warning or any suggestion of previous cardiovascular dysfunction.

Traditionally, reasons given for the sudden reversal in cardiovascular health, no matter what the age, range from "We don't know," to "It was their time," to "There was a previously undiagnosed genetic defect in cardiac structure and function." 

However, with all these individuals, no matter their age, important questions must be asked. Why now? Why not yesterday? Why not the day after? Could a "perfect storm" of environmental stressors have occurred that no one, including the patient, loved ones, doctors, and even many alternative medicine practitioners ever considered as a cause? More importantly if this "perfect storm" of environmental stressors were better understood and appreciated, could the tragic cardiac events have been prevented?  

In this seminar you will learn about the large body of published, yet largely unread research that makes it clear that this "perfect storm" is real and can be addressed in a practical, cost effective manner using lifestyle modifications and supplemental protocols.

Seminar Brochure

PRESENTER: Jeffrey Moss, DDS, CNS, DACBN

DATE: Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

LOCATION:
Trumbull Marriott Merritt Parkway
180 Hawley Lane, Trumbull, CT  06611
(203) 378-1400

ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Dr. Jeffrey Moss is a graduate of the University of Michigan Dental School. He practiced clinical nutrition in his Grand Rapids, Michigan dental practice for ten years.

Dr. Moss publishes his own bi-monthly newsletter "Moss Nutrition Report", a review and commentary on controversial and cutting-edge issues in the practice of nutritional medicine. In high demand by leading clinicians since its inception in 1987, this publication is now distributed globally.

Dr. Moss's relentless pursuit of knowledge in clinical nutrition complements his primary passion, teaching. A faculty member of the University of Bridgeport Master of Science program in Human Nutrition, he currently teaches classes on clinical assessment, and vitamins and minerals. He established the popular online course "Expanded Organic Acids & Amino Acids Testing", is a frequent speaker at teaching seminars across the country and has been a featured guest on various radio shows. His authentic enthusiasm and clear delivery of new
insights and fresh, practical perspectives on the subject make him a well sought-after presenter.

Dr. Moss maintains a small clinical practice where he assists chronically ill patients in addressing quality of life issues. 


How often do we hear about patients and loved ones who seemingly, without warning, experience massive, sometimes fatal cardiac events?

It could be an elderly patient with cardiovascular disease who, by all appearances, seems to be stabilized and in no immediate danger. Even more tragically, it is all too often the middle aged individual with no previous cardio-
vascular disease history. Most tragically, it is the young athlete, again with no advance warning or any suggestion of previous cardiovascular dysfunction.

Traditionally, reasons given for the sudden reversal in cardiovascular health, no matter what the age, range from "We don't know," to "It was their time," to "There was a previously undiagnosed genetic defect in cardiac structure and function." 

However, with all these individuals, no matter their age, important questions must be asked. Why now? Why not yesterday? Why not the day after? Could a "perfect storm" of environmental stressors have occurred that no one, including the patient, loved ones, doctors, and even many alternative medicine practitioners ever considered as a cause? More importantly if this "perfect storm" of environmental stressors were better understood and appreciated, could the tragic cardiac events have been prevented?  

In this seminar you will learn about the large body of published, yet largely unread research that makes it clear that this "perfect storm" is real and can be addressed in a practical, cost effective manner using lifestyle modifications and supplemental protocols.

Seminar Brochure

PRESENTER: Jeffrey Moss, DDS, CNS, DACBN

DATE: Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

LOCATION:
Trumbull Marriott Merritt Parkway
180 Hawley Lane, Trumbull, CT  06611
(203) 378-1400

ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Dr. Jeffrey Moss is a graduate of the University of Michigan Dental School. He practiced clinical nutrition in his Grand Rapids, Michigan dental practice for ten years.

Dr. Moss publishes his own bi-monthly newsletter "Moss Nutrition Report", a review and commentary on controversial and cutting-edge issues in the practice of nutritional medicine. In high demand by leading clinicians since its inception in 1987, this publication is now distributed globally.

Dr. Moss's relentless pursuit of knowledge in clinical nutrition complements his primary passion, teaching. A faculty member of the University of Bridgeport Master of Science program in Human Nutrition, he currently teaches classes on clinical assessment, and vitamins and minerals. He established the popular online course "Expanded Organic Acids & Amino Acids Testing", is a frequent speaker at teaching seminars across the country and has been a featured guest on various radio shows. His authentic enthusiasm and clear delivery of new
insights and fresh, practical perspectives on the subject make him a well sought-after presenter.

Dr. Moss maintains a small clinical practice where he assists chronically ill patients in addressing quality of life issues. 


DISCLAIMER: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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