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SHEICON 2016

Original price $295.00 - Original price $295.00
Original price
$295.00
$295.00 - $295.00
Current price $295.00

Dr. Ben Lynch along with expert speakers will show you how to make the most of the Pathway Planner. You will also learn other targeted treatment approaches to optimize patient outcomes.

Topics such as mold exposure , vaccine safety, heavy metals, metabolic regulation and preconception care will be covered.

Who Needs SHEICON 2016

The complex patient is now the norm, and it is likely only going to get harder. Palliative and suppressive medicine in chronic disease does not address the underlying cause and can create new problems of its own.

Dr. Ben Lynch and his team are working hard to understand the biochemistry and uniqueness of individuals.

We ask ourselves, "why can some people have children who are active and healthy; while others can't; why are there so many desperate people who can't find answers to their debilitating illnesses?"

There is a gap between the published scientific research and the front lines of clinical medicine. SHEICON is bridging this gap by gathering the top minds in medicine and research to share solutions for medicine's toughest problems.

There is a reason why we are all working so hard. Each of us is a spouse, parent, sibling, son, or daughter. When someone we know and love gets sick, it affects us too. It is never just one person suffering alone. Our mission is to provide you with the tools and research that will help prevent unnecessary suffering when others have given up.

SHEICON 2016 includes:

  • Day 1

  • 1:56:29

    Immune System-New Findings
    Ben Lynch ND

  • 55:34

    How to Assess and Treat Breathing Disorders
    Mike White

  • 53:13

    Vaccination Injury Mechanisms of Action
    Judy Mikovits Phd

  • 53:06

    Assessment and Treatment of Vaccine Injury
    Judy Mikovits Phd

  • 29:16

    Tracking Tools for Optimal Patient Outcomes
    Alessandro Ferretti Dip ION mBANT

  • 28:44

    Establishing Evidence-Based Treatments with HRV
    Alessandro Ferretti Dip ION mBANT

  • 1:18:00

    Safeguarding the Health of our Pediatric Population Preconception Care
    Stephen Genuis MD

  • Day 2

  • 1:29:12

    Liver and Gallbladder Health-New Findings
    Ben Lynch ND

  • 53:42

    GI Restoration
    Anju Usman MD

  • 52:21

    H Pylori Assessment and Treatment
    Dan Kalish DC

  • 24:50

    Visceral Manipulation for Liver and Gallbladder
    Aron Choi ND

  • 1:18:11

    Neurotransmitter Assessment and Treatment
    Dan Kalish DC

  • Day 3

  • 1:52:21

    Chemical Exposures and the Elimination of Toxic Metals from the Human Body
    Stephen Genuis, MD

  • 22:47

    Thinking Big in Medicine
    Aron Choi ND

  • 46:34

    Neuroinflammation Assessment and Treatment
    Andrea Gruszecki ND

  • 1:33:27

    How to Grow Healthy Food
    Hendrikus Schraven

  • 55:14

    An Organic Approach to Patient History
    Jess Armine DC

  • 27:40

    The Case of PCOS: The Assessment, Treatment and Clinical Pearls of a Complicated Hormone Condition
    Carrie Jones, ND

  • 19:34

    Assessing and Addressing the Hormone Imbalances of a 45 Year Old Male
    Carrie Jones, ND

  • 29:54

    Case Study The Significance of GAMT
    Bernarda Zenker MD

  • 30:00

    Triple homozygous MAT and one heterozygous MAT19 year old female with OCD
    Bernarda Zenker, MD

  • 29:10

    Case Study Cellular Hypothyroidism
    Eric Balcavage DC

  • Day 4

  • 1:17:40

    How to Assess and Treat Mold
    Keith Berndtson MD

  • 29:02

    Case Study The role of GAD COMT MAO
    Jess Armine DC

  • 1:00:51

    Practical Application of the Ketogenic Diet
    Alessandro Ferretti Dip ION mBANT

  • 23:36

    Exceeding Metabolic Capacity-A Cautionary Tale of Too Much SAMe
    Alessandro Ferretti, Dip ION, mBANT

  • 30:36

    Case Study Chronic Joint Pain
    Eric Balcavage DC

  • 32:13

    Exercise Induced Asthma
    Ben Lynch ND

Total Run Time: 23+ Hours

Courses are non-refundable.

After Purchase Steps

  1. After purchase: check your email, where you will receive two separate emails for course confirmation and how to access your courses! (please note these emails can often come a few minutes after your order confirmation email!)
  2. Open the email subject line: [SAVE THIS EMAIL] access and log in instructions. Follow the instructions to log into your Seeking Health educational courses account!
  3. Once redirected to the courses site, you will need to log in using the password and username emailed to you! Please note that this will not be the same password that you use to log into seekinghealth.com unless you set it that way – get the password from the email).
  4. Your courses will appear in your dashboard, you will have lifetime access to them!
  5. When you are ready to watch your course, click to open it, and click “Start course”!
  6. You will then go through a series of videos by Dr. Lynch and to help you retain this incredible information, you will take quizzes at the end of each lesson.
  7. Be sure to bookmark the URL so you can access your courses at anytime: courses.seekinghealth.com.
  8. I know that these courses will help to optimize your life, so please leave a review to not only help us see what you loved about the course, but to help us improve our future courses!
  9. To leave a review, simply go to the product page on SeekingHealth.com, scroll to the bottom of your product page, such as the Dirty Genes course, and click “Write a review” (you will need to be logged in) - for each review you will receive reward points to use towards a future product order!

Customer Reviews

Wild horses wouldn’t keep me away from SHEICON2016.

Brilliant speakers, inspiring colleagues from around the world. I’ve learned so much about the body’s biochemistry and how correcting small imbalances can have such a huge impact on health.~ Claire Montgomery

FAQs for SHEICON 2016

Which course is right for you?

Course name What you will learn
Dirty Genes Course Foundations of Health
How Efficient are You?
Were Many are Starting
Where to Start
What should we do?
How Do We Fix it?
Surviving Air
Surviving Shelter
Surviving Water
Surviving Food
Dirty Genes Summit How do your genes impact you?
Clean your genes with food
Genes and your mental health
Altering your genetic expression
Building blocks of healthy families
Understanding how your genes work
Genetic testing and how to clean up your genes for the long term
SHEICON 2015 Intro to pathway planner
Functions of key biochemical pathways
Intro to methylation
The power of the ketogenic diet
SHEICON 2016 Targeted treatment approaches to:
Mold Exposure
Vaccine Safety
Heavy Metals
Metabolic Regulation
Preconception Care
GI Restoration
Optimizing Neurotransmission
Immune Dysregulation
Hormone Balance
SHEICON 2017 Updates to Pathway planner
How to apply the Pathway Planner in case studies/patient cases
How to use lab testing/markers with Pathway Planner
Genetic testing and mental health
Methylation & Clinical Nutrigenomics: Part 1 What is methylation?
Folate metabolism
Folic acid vs reduced folates
MTHFR treatment
SHMT
MTR/MTRR
SAM production and utilization
Glutathione/CBS/Sulfur
ROS
Treatment recommendations
Methylation & Clinical Nutrigenomics: Part 2 Treat the patient, not the SNP
Clinical approach
MTHFR - why now?
Homocysteine
Folate cycle
Methionine cycle
Transsulfuration
Neurotransmission and psychoneuroimmunology
COMT and MAOA
Histamine
PON1
BCM01
Macrocytic anemia

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