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Enzymes for a Healthy Microbiome
Dr. Jay Vanden Heuvel, PhD, IMD, DHS

Man is discovering that microbes develop their own environment in and around the body. This is called a “biofilm.” Not only do we find this on our teeth (plaque), but biofilm exists throughout our digestive systems. Here enzymes can help play a key role in the modulation of microbe populations.

Enzyme use has many applications, and Dr. Jay will touch on some the most important ones in this webinar. Tune in for a brief background on the importance of enzymes and their role in modulation of the human microbiome, one of the key areas of focus for achieving optimum digestive function.

Dr. Jay Vanden Heuvel holds two doctoral degrees (Integrated Medicine and Humanitarian Services), three PhDs (Traditional Naturopathy, Holistic Health and Integrative Medicine with Emphasis on Quantum Physics) and is board certified in reflexology, integrative medicine and more.

Jan 17, 2018 11:00 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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