Autoimmunity is on the rise in North America, and many autoimmune patients seek individualized care. An Organic Acids assessment can provide an overview of a patient’s macronutrient use and highlight the need for a variety of enzyme nutritional co-factors.
In addition, certain biomarkers on the test may be associated with autoimmune conditions and can indicate altered mitochondrial or biochemical function that can exacerbate autoimmune inflammation.
The webinar will Cover:
Dr. Andrea Gruszecki, ND
Dr. Andrea Gruszecki received her Doctorate in Naturopathy from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine (SWCNM). As a practicing ND, she worked with a variety of patients and has pursued additional studies to ensure the skills necessary to treat the "whole person" using nutrition, physical therapies, education, and mind-body therapies. Her experiences in private practice evolved into an inclusive model of medicine for use by conventional and CAM providers, designed to allow cross-specialty communication among healthcare providers. She has presented continuing medical education on a variety of subjects, including the gut microbiome, methylation, neurotransmitters, and toxic exposures.
Dr. Gruszecki serves as a clinical consultant for US BioTek Laboratories, writing, researching, and presenting interpretations and information on a variety of health-related subjects. She draws upon years of experience and the latest research during her consultations and is often able to provide novel insights for clinicians.