Food Enzyme Deficiencies: The Hidden Causes of Chronic Complaints and the Use of Enzymes in Clinical Practice
Why do some non-traumatic cases respond quickly to treatment while others do not? This seminar is designed to give you the knowledge you need to recognize possible hidden causes in those problem cases that do not seem to respond. Without adding any new equipment to your office or increasing your office space or personnel, the Loomis System® will teach you to use the knowledge you already have to immediately solve difficult cases. Learn to recognize the physical and laboratory signs of stressed organ systems that are producing muscle contraction and physical/structural dysfunction patterns that are not resolved by drug therapy, manipulation, physical therapy, or energetically based therapies.
This seminar includes a logical and sequential review of the physiology and biochemistry of disease prevention made fundamentally understandable. You will learn the real facts and how to use the Loomis System® for better patient results. The philosophy behind the Loomis System® is based on the vital premise that the body possesses an innate intelligence to heal and maintain itself - given the proper amounts of air, water, nutrients, and exercise. It is our goal as practitioners of the healing arts to identify those organs struggling to do their part toward maintaining homeostasis. This seminar includes information on the biochemistry and use of food enzymes - protease, lipase, amylase, cellulase, and others- to enable the body to properly maintain homeostasis. The use of a case history and dietary analysis form will be taught.
Friday, November 6 - Sunday, November 8, 2020
Friday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sunday 8:00 am to Noon
$595 early registration (early registration expires Thursday, October 9, 2020)
Licensed healthcare practitioner
If not licensed by your state, you are required attend our two online courses Introduction to Food Enzyme Nutrition, containing Essential Understanding of Basic Nutrition and Enzymes: The 2nd Factor in Nutrition, before continuing to Seminar One.