WEBINAR - Archives
- Category: Webinar Archives
- Created on Friday, 24 June 2016
Pre-Webinar Announcements and Holistic Health News: 0:00 - 07:34
Presentation: 07:34 - 01:31:01
What puts you at risk for SIBO? SIBO, or small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, has been shown to have a negative effect on the small bowel, healthy digestion, nutrient absorption, and can lead to leaky gut and a number of other symptoms. Glen Depke, Traditional Naturopath, will delve into what SIBO is, the primary cause, and the importance of a SIBO diet. Glen will also discuss a simple home assessment and additional testing options and addressing SIBO naturally as opposed to treating it with antibiotics, overcoming SIBO protocol.
Hawthorn University Holistic Health and Nutrition Webinar Series welcomes Hawthorn faculty advisor Glen Depke, Traditional Naturopath, for his presentation of What's Ailing Your Gut? SIBO May Be The Culprit.
Glen Depke holds degrees as a Traditional Naturopath, a Bachelor of Science in Natural Health, and a diploma in Professional Holistic Iridology. He has additional training in the Kalish method assessing the three main body systems, emotional freedom technique (EFT), Metabolic Typing, traditional Chinese assessments, and German drainage therapy. Glen has become known as a master in adrenal insufficiency, functional healing, customized nutrition and gluten intolerance, and is often recognized as the “gluten guy.” He has worked alongside some of the most prominent healers of our time, most notably, Dr. Joseph Mercola and the staff at the Center for Natural Health; where he held the positions of chief nutritionist, primary EFT therapist, and wellness director. Glen developed the system of nutritional typing used by Dr. Mercola’s clinic. His intention is to empower individuals to reach their health and wellness goals by addressing their individual imbalances while releasing any blocks that hinder them from this goal; whether these blocks are physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual.
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