New Year's Resolutions: Whole Food, Whole Patient
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1/16/2020
When: New Year's Resolutions: Whole Food, Whole Patient (Sponsored by Standard Process)
7:00 PM
Where: United States
Contact: Melika Zand


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DESCRIPTION:
Brandon Metzger, PhD, will cover the current state of the Standard American Diet (SAD) and the need to increase the consumption of vegetables and fruits. Dr. Metzger will take a deep dive into the complex nutrition profile of whole foods and how specifically phytonutrients within plants have a therapeutic effect. The program will cover the synergist aspect of specific phytonutrients in vegetables and herbs.

This webinar will focus on specific concerns of the Standard American Diet (SAD) while taking a deeper dive into the benefit of whole foods focusing on phytonutrients. Develop a deeper understanding of the role phytonutrients in your clinical practice.

Earn 1 General CE (free for all!)

Time: 7:00-8:00 Eastern

Date: January 16, 2020

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY
Brandon Metzger, PhD is currently the Manager of R&D, Technical Operations at Standard Process and its design and development of ingredient process and technology including the direct solid dose performance enhancement program, plant pilot programs and projects, new farm crop initiatives and phytochemical characterization, and new farming technology.


Dr. Metzger earned his PhD in Nutrition at the University of Wisconsin and holds a BS in Biochemistry from Northern Michigan University. He has been published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, Journal of Medicinal Food, and the Journal of Herbs, Spices & Medicinal Plants. Dr. Metzger has also been an invited speaker for the Molecular and Environmental Toxicology Center Graduate Student Seminar at the University of Wisconsin, the American Chemical Society on the topic of “Agricultural and Food Derived Natural Products for Preventing and Combating Disease”, and the Undergraduate Seminar Series at the University of Wisconsin. He is a member of the American Chemical Society and the American Society for Nutrition.

This webinar is sponsored by Standard Process: