AANP 2020 Webinar Series: Toxins are Everywhere: Turn Up Metabolic Detoxification Mechanisms
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This webinar is free for AANP members, $39 for future members.

 Export to Your Calendar 11/5/2020
When: November 5, 2020
Where: Webinar Sponsored by Standard Process
United States
Contact: Brittany Krake, ND, MDR

Online registration is available until: 11/5/2020
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AANP 2020 Webinar Series

Toxins are Everywhere: Turn Up Metabolic Detoxification Mechanisms





Patients are exposed to toxins daily. This webinar will discuss everyday toxins and how to assess them, the phases of detoxification, and nutrients that support detoxification.


Learning Objectives

  1. Review the role of metabolic detoxification in maintaining health
  2. Understand the level of exposure of toxins in our overall environment
  3. Explore the role of nutrients and herbs to upregulate both phase I & phase II metabolic detoxification


Dr. Marisa Marciano is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor & Registered Herbalist with expertise in both the education and clinical applications of therapeutic nutrition & phytotherapy. She received her post-degree medical training from the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, where she is currently both a clinical and faculty member, as well as Chair of the Botanical Medicine Department.

For nearly a decade she has maintained a private clinical practice focused on the custom formulation of herbal therapies using an individualized and primarily evidence-based approach aimed at integrating the safe use of herbs alongside diet, lifestyle, and conventional pharmaceutical therapies, while continually encouraging the holistic perspectives inherent to herbalism and a deep respect for the healing powers of Nature within her patients.

Dr. Marciano is also co-author of"The Botanical Medicine Manual: A Quick Reference Evidence Based Guide”, and is widely recognized for creating the celebrated online herbal resource TheNaturopathicHerbalist.com, both of which intend to serve as relevant and reliable sources of botanical information for both students and clinicians. Considered a passionate educator, she regularly conducts herb walks and medicine making workshops aimed at fostering a deeper connection between people & plants, and believes in the body’s innate capacity to heal when provided with the foundational therapeutic potential of plant medicine in all its forms.



This webinar is sponsored by Standard Process and is accredited for 1 General CEU by the AANP.

An application for accreditation by the Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine will be submitted.