2021 IHH-UCSF Symposium on Nutrition and Functional Medicine
Join us for an inspiring day with global leaders in nutrition and functional medicine!
About this Event
Our 6th annual conference has been reimagined as a completely online event, but with the same cutting-edge information and engaging talks from some of the top health experts in the world!
New York Times best-selling author Nina Teicholz will break down myths and misconceptions about nutrition, discussing our mistaken fear of eating meat and fat - including saturated fat - in our diets. You will learn why our traditional thinking on healthy fats is inaccurate, how animal protein can be part of a healthy diet, why saturated fat is not as bad as we think, and what the current science says about these questions.
World-renowned health expert Chris Kresser will present an evidence-based review on nutrients that can be beneficial in preventing and treating Covid-19.
NYT best-selling author Dale Bredesen will discuss fascinating research on the first survivors of Alzheimer’s disease, and how cognitive decline can be reversed with a precision medicine approach.
Learn a unique perspective on addressing burnout, a holistic approach to boosting immune health using Ayurvedic medicine, as well as how to strengthen health and resilience during times of chronic stress, and other tips for overall wellbeing.
All tickets will be entered into a raffle to win free prizes donated by our speakers.
Founded in 1994, the Institute for Health & Healing is the first integrative medicine clinic certified by the State of California and remains a nationally recognized pioneer in integrative health with clinics in Roseville, Sacramento, San Francisco and Santa Rosa.
We are committed to providing team-based personalized care that empowers you to heal. We give you a broad choice of healing options from new innovations in functional medicine and nutrition to evidence-based therapies such as Chinese medicine and acupuncture, integrative psychotherapy, massage and bodywork, and chiropractic care.