Live-Stream Seminar | MitoBiom Concept – Module I

11. Juni 2022 um 9:00 – 18:00
89 €
Romy Douma
+49 2762 9836-1406
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MitoBiom Concept – Module I

Live-Stream Seminar

Can diseases of civilization only be treated symptomatically? You can do more for your patients! Research is increasingly proving what is actually behind diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular diseases and co.: silent inflammation. The key factors to effectively counter this hidden risk are healthy mitochondria and a healthy gut microbiome. The combined focus on these crucial pillars is what makes the MitoBiom® concept unique. The seminar is aimed at doctors and alternative health practitioners who want to learn about this holistic concept

MODULE I teaches the theoretical basics as well as concrete tools and measures. After this seminar you will have the know-how to break the vicious circle of damaged mitochondria, intestinal dysbiosis, silent inflammations and chronic diseases.

Start 09:00 h
Gut and Mitochondria

  • Silent inflammations and diseases of civilization – causes and correlations
  • Leaky gut syndrome: causes and consequences
  • Importance of the microbiome
  • Mitochondria, inflammation and the gut: significance and function of mitochondria
  • Oxidative stress and its consequences

Lunch break

Nutrition and Lifestyle

  • Vitamins and the metabolic syndrome
  • Fats and sugar in health and disease
  • Importance of the innate immune system
  • Chronobiology and its connection to silent inflammation

End 18:00 h

Your speaker

Dr. rer. nat. Reinhard Wähler

  • M.S. and Ph.D. in Biochemistry
  • Head of research and development at TISSO Naturprodukte GmbH
  • Worked in research for several years at universities (Germany and US) and in the biotechnology industry

Procedure of the seminar:

  • Before the seminar, you will receive the script and all associated documents by post.
  • During the seminar, you will have the opportunity to ask questions and to participate actively.
  • There will also be enough short breaks and a lunch break.