January 14-16, 2021 | New York Hilton Midtown, NY

SIBO, Lyme, Candida and Biofilms – Successful Applications using Botanical Medicine

Session Description: Infection and endotoxins from biofilms and pathogens in the GI tract contribute to or directly cause systemic inflammation, including autoimmune disorders, heart disease, chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia syndromes, diabetes, gum disease and other conditions. Biofilms and chronic infections have been difficult to address with conventional medicine, but research into plant based approaches have demonstrated great success. The goal of this presentation is to review research and expand participants understanding of biofilms and the role that these play in chronic disease, and provide simple and clear steps using plant based medicines to eliminate infection and restore health.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Participants will be able to discuss research conducted on the role of biofilms in chronic diseases.
  2. Participants will be able to discuss practical applications of botanical-based medicines to eliminate infections and restore health.

About The Speaker:

Karen Hubert CNHP, NC has been in the field of natural health for over 24 years. After healing herself from a dramatic decade long neurological illness, Karen trained as a nutritionist and health coach with the focus on Candida, biofilm, and infections related to chronic illness and mental health. Working as a coach in 2 medical offices in Charleston SC, for Candida coaching websites and outreach Autism clinics, she also served on a Chiropractor Autism board to train CAs to advise families on biomedical approaches to help recover their children with ASD. For 8 years Karen worked with Great Plains Laboratory and was on the team that developed the Integrative Medicine for Mental Health organization.  Karen is a now an educator for Bio-Botanical Research, providing practitioners with training on clinical protocols on Biocidin® and other formulations.




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