Small, frequent meals is not the solution for your hypoglycemic patients
There are almost a dozen different physiological mechanisms for symptoms of reactive hypoglycemia, and small, frequent meals only address one of them.GET EDUCATED
Hypoglycemia is Being Mismanaged
Reactive hypoglycemia symptoms can be debilitating and are a critical concern for many of today's patients. Unfortunately, when identified during patient care, clinicians do little more than recommend small, frequent meal consumption.
While this may alleviate symptoms temporarily, it is difficult for patients to sustain indefinitely. Moreover, it does not address the underlying cause or result in a lasting solution. Worse still, as blood sugar fluctuations continue, further physiological derangements occur, resulting in long-term health complications.
Fortunately, a solution does exist. There are nearly a dozen physiological and molecular mechanisms that cause reactive hypoglycemia symptoms and, once identified, can be addressed to provide a true solution for this patient population.
Dr. Bryan Walsh Presents A New Workshop for Clinicians
Rethinking Reactive Hypoglycemia
This 75-minute workshop presents scientific research and clinical strategies to accurately identify and address the true cause of reactive hypoglycemia.
Evidence will be presented on:
- The history of reactive hypoglycemia and how we got to today's diagnosis and treatment
- 10 biological and physiological causes of reactive hypoglycemia symptoms and associated nutritional interventions
- How to identify the subtle differences in hypoglycemia symptoms to identify the specific cause in your patients
- One cause of reactive hypoglycemia that is considered rare but in actuality, is quite common
Become confident that you offer an effective, evidence-based solution for your reactive hypoglycemia patients.
What's Included In The Workshop...
You'll Learn the Evidence
Scientific papers are cited throughout so clinicians can feel confident about their knowledge and understanding of the subject matter. Including:
- Different physiological causes of reactive hypoglycemia and associated symptoms
- The role of micronutrient deficiencies in reactive hypoglycemia
- Important biomarker ratios necessary to identify 'rare' causes of reactive hypoglycemia
"Great discussion! These are topics I haven't hear anyone else talking about. Great knowledge bombs regarding alpha lipoic acid and garlic." - Michael Q.
You'll Learn the Science
Relevant biochemical pathways and physiological principles are covered so the clinician can fully understand how reactive hypoglycemia is caused. This includes:
- The role of insulin, insulin resistance, glucagon, and insulin hypersensitivity
- Inflammation, gastrointestinal inflammation, and lipopolysaccharides
- The role hormones including thyroid hormone, cortisol, and GLP-1
"Incredible! I am very grateful for this information. It's more useful and costs a fraction of what I paid during my dietetic education." - Jeremiah F.
You'll Learn Clinical Application
Clinicians not only learn the what (evidence) and the why (science), but also the step-by-step clinical strategy to apply this in practice. This includes:
- A step-by-step guide to identifying the specific cause of hypoglycemia in each patient
- Biomarker reference ranges and supplement dosages
- Three case studies to see real-world application of these concepts
"I had a client today who is suffering from reactive hypoglycemia. Now I have some incredible information to help her get answers and move toward health. Thank you, amazing!" - Jennifer H.
You'll Even Get a Clinical Playbook
Even though you can pause, revisit, and re-watch this workshop, the clinical playbook provides an easy reference to utilize in your practice.
- Easy to learn
- Easy to remember
- Easy to apply to clinical practice
"Dr Walsh is a fantastic teacher. He makes complicated subjects easy to understand." - Eva F.
This Workshop Is For You If...
- You are a healthcare practitioner
- You help people with hypoglycemic symptoms
- Providing evidence-based recommendations is important to you
- You care about doing what is best for your patients
MEET YOUR EDUCATOR
Dr. Bryan Walsh
Our industry has a huge problem and I'm not afraid to say it. There are too many tests, too many supplements, too many protocols, and far too many egos. And the worst part about it, most people don’t realize there is any other way, which results in a frustrating experience for clinicians and patients alike.
I was there too. After graduating from medical school, my wife I struggled for years, wondering what to do with patients, chasing information from experts, and going to seminar after seminar. Finally, by the grace of God, I figured it out.
I stopped listening to experts, dove deep into the science, and found exactly what I was looking for - answers. First, these answers dramatically improved the success of my practice. Now, I use what I’ve learned to help practitioners just like you build confidence, cut overwhelm, and become successful in functional medicine.
"Great info - thought-provoking, and compelling in several of my current cases. Thanks so much for your detailed and expert work!"
- Linda M.
"Always learning. Dr. Walsh is a legend. I can't recommend his courses enough."
- Eoin L.
"These are by far the best educational experiences out there."