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Carlos M. Viana presents Identification and Treatment for Hidden Infections at IAACN Clinical Nutrition Symposium

Carlos Viana, OMD, CCN – speaker at the Annual Clinical Nutrition Board’s Scientific Symposium for IAACN

“Infectious Disease: The Influence of Clinical Nutrition on Outcome” October 11 – 13, 2018
Dallas/Plano Marriott at Legacy Town Center – 7121 Bishop Road Plano, TX 75024

Significant Hidden Infections: Identification and Treatment Protocols – Carlos M Viana

Friday 10/12/18 – 8:15 AM – 10:15 AM

The aim of this presentation is to offer clinical nutritionists practical procedures to identify severe, hidden infections and how Clinical Nutrition can help manage and care for them.

Infections can live in our bodies without us, nor doctors, knowing it. These infections are not affected by common anti-microbial agents and can produce toxins that make them invisible to our immune systems. They can cause a whole host of diseases and symptoms, such as arrhythmia, cancer, fibromyalgia, joint pain, and sleep apnea, just to name a few.

Because of their knowledge of the relationship between immune health and the digestive tract, as well as their ability to to restore digestive function, my hypothesis is that clinical nutritionists are better equipped to identify and ameliorate significant, hidden infections, than conventional clinicians who lack this knowledge.

From an Oriental medicine perspective, acupuncture can be both a ‘treatment’ and a ‘diagnostic’ feature. I will describe a few useful techniques.

I will review for clinical nutritionists which hematology blood values to evaluate in the identification of individuals with chronic hidden infections.

Among other affected systems, I will discuss how hepatic dysfunction is involved in all severe, hidden infections. In fact, once established, the liver is further insulted by the inflammation / infections that strain hepatic function. This deficient root cause can be easily recognized by a clinical nutritionist’s assessment.

Clinical nutritionists should appreciate the role Jawbone Cavitations play in hidden infections and realize the clinical benefit of developing a working relationship with biological dentists. Remediation of these degenerative osteonecrotic conditions can alleviate untold types of body pain and TMJ. Clinical nutrition and lifestyle approaches, along-side the biological dentist’s surgical debridement can offer a powerful combination for restoring long term health.



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