Extinguishing Inflammation with John Bagnulo and Jan Buhrman
Learning about common nutritional influences that can mitigate the inflammatory response.
There are many factors that contribute to inflammation. In this workshop, you will learn key nutrients and lifestyle that can extinguish the inflammatory responses.
Targeting inflammation, learning how to increase health, and eating delicious meals will all be benefits of the retreat!
Saturday, October 10 8:30- 12:30
Sunday, October 11 8:30- 12:30
Reduced Rate $149.00
Two days of recipes and shopping lists
Resources and lecture notes
A link to the recorded video of the 2-day event.
Join us for a virtual weekend as we identify symptoms of inflation.
Lectures will cover the detection of inflammation and how to reduce inflation in your body. Cooking classes and nutritional guidance are all part of this 2-day offer.
Inflammation is a major driving force for most chronic diseases and presents differently in each of us. We can turn around the inflammatory response with the foods we eat.
Many individuals unknowingly have significant levels of inflammation, which undermines the quality of their daily life and contributes to many conditions. The presence of chronic inflammation is associated with specific symptoms and biomarkers. Identifying these symptoms and understanding how they reflect the presence of inflammation is critical for both detection and efforts to reduce.
While it can be caused by different factors, such as infection and autoimmune activity, diet is the predominant source of chronic inflammation for most Americans. These lectures will help you identify the most common nutritional influences and will explain how substitution with numerous foods can mitigate the inflammatory response. Additionally, those foods with the highest level of anti-inflammatory activity will be discussed.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
- Identify those signs and/or labs that indicate systemic inflammation.
- Understand the mechanisms by which specific nutrient imbalances and foods influence the inflammatory and immune pathways.
- List those foods most often associated with or that contribute to patient inflammation.
- Explain how specific substitutions with non-inflammatory foods can be made as part of a dietary inflammation intervention (DII).
- Learn several recipes that can be easily included in your daily life that will mitigate the inflammatory response.
John Bagnulo MPH, PhD
Jan Buhrman M.S. Ed
Recipes will be included and available one week prior to the class for participants to get ingredients for the cooking class. Participants will be encouraged to follow along and cook in their own kitchens. The Video recording link of the event will be sent to you following the retreat.
Reduced rate $149.00