The Metabolic Terrain Institute of Health (MTIH) is thrilled to announce that Dr. Nasha Winters, ND, FABNO, renowned author, researcher, and expert in integrative cancer care, will be a distinguished speaker at the 8th Annual Symposium for Metabolic Health (SMH).
The conference, which is open to the public and practitioners, will take place from August 17-20, 2023, in San Diego, and there are In-Person and Livestream registration options available. And, MTIH followers can take advantage of a special discount code, DrNasha, which will provide a 20% discount on tickets, low-carb meals, and optional CME credits for all attendees. To register, click here.
About Dr. Nasha’s Presentation
With her extensive knowledge and experience in integrative cancer care and metabolic health, Dr. Nasha has been a sought-after presenter at Low Carb USA events, and this year’s SMH Symposium will feature a dedicated session exploring the connection between cancer and metabolic disease. Dr. Nasha will be among the esteemed presenters in this session, focusing on the interplay between light, metabolic health, and cancer. Her presentation will shed light on the vital role of factors such as circadian rhythms, screen-based blue light, sleep patterns, and more.
“We often overlook key drivers of metabolic health or disease, and light is at the top of that list,” Dr. Nasha said. “In our discussion, we will explore how humans, as light sensing beings, can shape our health through exposure to different wavelengths of light.”
Dr. Nasha will highlight the significant societal shift towards an indoor lifestyle, characterized by minimal time spent outdoors and excessive screen time, and the profound impact of these changes on our mitochondrial health, which can lead to a range of conditions, especially in the context of cancer.
Expressing concern about the escalating rates of metabolic disease and obesity, Dr. Nasha emphasizes the urgent need for action.
“We need to make our message and our approaches crystal clear in order to outpace the misinformation that exists,” Dr. Nasha said. “And we really need to give patients the ability to assess their own metabolic health, and to take charge of themselves and recognize they’re far more powerful than they’ve been led to believe. Ultimately, we have to change everything, from our food supply to our education to our medical system to our insurance system.”
The 8th Annual Symposium for Metabolic Health will take place from August 17-20, 2023, in San Diego, and all followers of MTIH can take advantage of a special 20% discount on tickets, low-carb meals, and optional CME credits by using the code “DrNasha” during registration. For more information, and to register, click here.
About Dr. Nasha Winters, ND, FABNO:
As a global healthcare authority and best-selling author, Dr. Nasha Winters, ND, FABNO, has dedicated her career to integrative cancer care, consulting with physicians worldwide and educating professionals on the clinical use of metabolic therapy. She has developed comprehensive educational programs for healthcare institutions and the public, promoting the integration of vetted integrative therapies in cancer care to enhance treatment outcomes.
Dr. Nasha’s personal journey with cancer over the past 32 years has transformed into a mission to support others facing similar challenges. Through her influential books, “The Metabolic Approach to Cancer” and “Mistletoe and the Emerging Future of Integrative Oncology,” she has empowered individuals seeking prevention and ongoing treatment options for cancer.
About the Metabolic Terrain Institute of Health:
The Metabolic Terrain Institute of Health (MTIH) is revolutionizing healthcare by utilizing a metabolic approach to treat cancer and other complex metabolic diseases. Guided by Dr. Nasha Winters’ pioneering “Test, Assess, Address – Never Guess™” methodology, we prioritize comprehensive testing and assessment to gain deep insights into the metabolic terrain of each patient. This allows us to tailor targeted interventions that directly address the underlying factors contributing to disease progression.
Through our education programs, we are empowering healthcare professionals, patients, and communities with a deep understanding of metabolic processes; through our patient grant programs, we are working to ensure equitable access to resources for cancer patients; and through collaboration and interdisciplinary research, we are driving advancements in metabolic therapies, catalyzing positive change in cancer care and healthcare. Our vision is a future where personalized metabolic approaches will be the standard of care – transforming lives, and offering hope and healing on the path to wellness. For more information about the Metabolic Terrain Institute of Health, visit mtih.org or email email@example.com.