8th NHRI Scientific Symposium to focus on women's health

8th NHRI Scientific Symposium to focus on women's health

One-day symposium will share information and evidence on how botanical dietary supplements can provide a very large and measurable benefit for women’s health issues.

Join a stellar panel of health and nutrition experts for a one-day conference focused on the current evidence regarding the health benefits of preventing women’s health conditions through the use of botanical dietary supplements. This is a critical component for answering the current healthcare crisis in the United States that has been mostly ignored by the insurance industry, medical practitioners, healthcare benefit managers, federal and state agencies, and legislators. You’ll hear information and evidence on how the use of botanical dietary supplements can provide a very large and measurable benefit for women’s health issues.

8th Annual NHRI Scientific Symposium
The Effectiveness of Natural Products on Women's Health

Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Central)

UIC College of Pharmacy Chicago
833 S. Wood Street
Chicago, IL 60612

Agenda

Evidence-based Natural Solutions to Symptoms Related to Perimenopause and Menopause
Tori Hudson, ND, Medical Director
“A Woman’s Time” & Institute for Women’s Health & Integrative Medicine Portland, OR

Safety and Efficacy of Botanical Dietary Supplements As Alternatives to Hormone Replacement Therapy
Richard B. van Breemen, PhD, Director, UIC/NIH Botanical Center for Dietary Supplements Research, Dept. of Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy, UIC College of Pharmacy, Chicago, IL

Managing Obesity with Natural Dietary Supplements: Lessons Learned from Clinical Studies
Harry G. Preuss, MD, MACN, CNS, Professor of Biochemistry, Medicine & Pathology, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

Using Botanicals, Hedgehogs, and Oxysterols In the Prevention of HumanDisease
Dennis Lubahn, PhD, Director, Missouri University Center for Phytonutrient & Phytochemical Studies & Professor of Biochemistry University of Missouri,Columbia, MO

Isoflavones and Breast Cancer Growth and Progression: A Complex Story Involving Dose, Timing of Exposure & Source of Isoflavones
William Helferich, PhD, Director, Botanical Research Center & Professor of Nutrition,Food Science & Human Nutrition, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL

Natural Approaches for Women’s Common Digestive Issues:Focus on Irritable Bowel Syndrome & Constipation
Elizabeth Lipski, PhD, CCN, CHN, Director, Of Doctoral Studies, Hawthorne University & Founder, Innovative Healing, Duluth, GA


 

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