Trick or Treat... What Can My Kids Eat?
Amy Rawls, MS, RD, LD, CGN, FMNS
The kidneys are responsible for continually filtering the blood, removing toxins, and eliminating waste. In fact, every ounce of blood enters the kidneys via the renal artery and exits via the renal vein at least 350 times a day! This webinar focuses on how enzymes, herbs, and glandulars can support the optimal function and health of the urinary system. You will learn how to optimize the health of your patients through healthy kidney function and elimination.
- Urinary System Basics
- Lifestyle Diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder
- Nutrition and Digestion's Role in Urinary System Health
- Enzymes and Protocols
About the Speaker
Amy Rawls has practiced in the Beaumont and Houston area since 2010 when she completed her Master’s degree with a Dietetic residency through Lamar University. She has gone on to earn additional certifications as a Functional Medical Nutritionist and Certified Gastrointestinal Nutritionist. Amy has more than ten years of experience applying functional nutrition practices to an array of metabolic clinical states. She is currently Director of Clinical Services for Transformation Enzyme Corporation where she gained her certification in enzyme therapy and is responsible for all of Transformation's Education and Development material and programs. She also oversees Transformation's Clinic and technical support services and assists with research and development. Amy has spoken at various events, seminars, and conferences both locally and internationally on topics related to nutrition and enzyme application. Her passion for health focuses on holistic, integrative, and functional medical nutrition therapy. She has a personal mission to create awareness that even healthy food can be poison if not digested properly.