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Toxins & Brain Health

May 9 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

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Whether we are aware of it or not, over the course of our lives we are exposed to any number of environmental toxins. These are found in personal care products, paper and packaging, pesticides and herbicides, air pollution, and plastics to name just a few of the sources. Toxins can build up over time in our bodies and when symptoms appear they can be similar to everyday ailments such as a headache, a cold, brain fog, or simply fatigue.

There are many steps we can take to reduce our exposure and to determine what toxins we have been exposed to through testing. Join Shanhong Lu, MD, for her conversation with Lisa Feiner, to learn all about how toxins affect our brain health and what we can do to identify the sources and eliminate them in our personal environments.

Dr. LuShanhong Lu, MD is double board certified in Internal Medicine and Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. With 26 years in integrative environmental and regenerative medicine practice, Dr. Lu has been solving numerous “untreatable” chronic complex illnesses by focusing on naturopathic detoxification support (with genomic guidance and practical environmental assessment), organic whole foods and a plant-based lifestyle, and reestablishing neuroendocrine immune homeostasis.


Lisa Feiner, MBA, M.Ed. NBC-HWC is a National Board-Certified Health and Wellness Coach, Brain Longevity Specialist, and co-founder of the nonprofit Sharp Again. Having received her coaching certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Lisa has over 20 years of experience working with clients who have a range of health issues. She has spent the past ten years counseling family members and individuals about addressing and preventing memory loss. She is committed to changing the conversation around dementia and speaks on a local and national level to academic, business and community groups.


May 9
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
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