Over a third of North Americans have metabolic syndrome, also known as pre-diabetes. Through early detection, however, we can help our patients prevent disease progression and minimize the effects of glucose dysregulation.
In pre-diabetic individuals and individuals with type II diabetes, dysregulation of mitochondrial function and biochemical pathways are often apparent before conventional markers such as HbA1c. At this early stage, nutritional and lifestyle changes can have the greatest impact, helping patients avoid further disease progression.
In this webinar presented by Dr. Andrea Gruszecki, ND, you’ll learn about the organic acids testing considerations for improving glucose regulation. Other topics covered will include:
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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 health care providers. She has presented continuing medical education on a variety of subjects, including the gut microbiome, methylation, neurotransmitters, and toxic exposures.
Dr. Gruszecki serves 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.