Inflammation is a word like “love” that everyone uses, but has many meanings depending upon context. The understanding of inflammation has advanced rapidly over the past decade creating the opportunity for clinical approaches that improve patient outcomes across the wide-range of inflammation related disorders. This presentation will explore what are the different types of inflammation, how they are produced, why they exist in different organs, and when to use specific personalized nutritional interventions. The information provided in this presentation will contribute to improved clinical skills in managing chronic inflammatory conditions.
- Develop an understanding of the changing landscape of inflammation from a cellular perspective
- Be able to identify different types of inflammation
- Understand how to personalize a diet and lifestyle approach to different inflammatory states