Our Webinars

Mar 8th 2018 7:00pm EST

Patient Direct Webinar

Our Patient Direct program allows you the ability to have your patients order direct from our website. All you have to do is supply them with your unique shop code and we will do the rest. This webinar will focus on the practitioner registration process and their management dashboard, as well as the patient onboarding process.

September 7th 2018 EST

The spectacular role of the human microbiome in preventing post-prandial or metabolic endotoxemia

You are more bacteria than you are human with 10 trillion human cells outnumbered by over 100 trillion bacteria cells in and on your body. The human genome contributes just 1% genetic material to daily metabolic function compared to the 99% that is contributed by the microbiome. An often-overlooked role of the microbiome is to prevent post-prandial endotoxemia and the inflammatory devastation that follows.


Episode 2: The Mycotoxin Solutions

Last month, we briefly touched on the damaging effects that mycotoxins can have on your health. Join mycotoxin expert, Dr. Andrew Campbell, to learn more about available mycotoxin testing and practical solutions for clearing mycotoxins from your system. This is one that you won’t want to miss!

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The Dangers of Mold Mycotoxins

Mycotoxins are metabolites of molds that can cause illness in humans and animals after exposure to contaminated foods or environments. Join us to hear mycotoxin expert, Dr. Andrew Campbell, explain how these invisible, odorless, and tasteless toxins can trigger a highly toxic reaction in the body, leading to immune suppression, fatigue, hormonal imbalances, and cancer.

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Environmental Triggers in the Development of Autoimmune Disease

Over 23 million Americans suffer from autoimmune disease, and the prevalence is still rising. While many people think that autoimmune disease is a result of genetic predisposition, new research also demonstrates the significance of environmental triggers in the development of autoimmune disorders. Tune in to learn how the gut microbiome plays a critical role in protecting the human body from autoimmune conditions like Diabetes, Crohn’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriasis, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, and more.

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Autism Webinar

Autism is a multifactorial disorder with both internal and external factors, including environmental, lifestyle, and genetic triggers. Kiran Krishnan discusses the shocking connection between autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and the gut microbiome.

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Mitochondria Webinar

Kiran Krishnan discusses the importance of mitochondrial health and how mitochondrial dysfunction plays a role in the development of cancer, heart disease, autism, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, diabetes, liver disease, immune dysfunction, and more. Find out what you can do to preserve your health at the cellular level.

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Product Webinar

Dr. Tom Bayne shares the clinical applications of each available formula from Microbiome Labs. Find out why every American should be taking vitamin K2 and how you can enhance the effects of MegaSporeBiotic for conditions like C. diff, SIBO, fungal overgrowths, and more.

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Gut Brain Webinar

Kiran Krishnan talks about the bi-directional connection between the gut and the brain. Find out how gut microbiota can play a role in various neurological conditions, including anxiety, depression, anorexia, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and more. Learn how to help your patients activate their vagus nerve, control environmental factors, and improve microbial diversity for a happier and healthier brain.

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Gut Infections Webinar

Kiran Krishnan shares how spore-based probiotics can play a beneficial role in the treatment of more common gut infections, like SIBO, C. difficile, Candida, and parasites. While many probiotics containing Lactobacillus can often exacerbate gut infections, like SIBO, spore-based probiotics are safe and highly recommended for any patient with a gut infection.

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Vitamin K2

Vitamin K2 has been featured in the press a lot lately, and for good reason. This little known vitamin plays a critical role in heart, brain, bone, and endocrine health, and people simply don’t get sufficient quantities through their diets. Kiran Krishnan discusses Vitamin K2 and the role it plays in reducing multiple chronic diseases.

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