We have lived for the past 18 months in the worst kind of environment for our health. A deadly, invisible virus is attacking our immune system resulting in moderate to severe consequences for ourselves and our loved ones.
The immune system is responsible to build the best defense against foreign invaders in the body. There are certain foods that contain essential nutrients and minerals which ensure the optimal immune function of the body to keep viral/ other infections at bay.
The 2nd World Summit has been organized by KnoWEwell in collaboration with —the BVS MTCI Américas and Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine – AIHM on Traditional and Complementary Medicine towards Integrative Medicine (TCIM) in collaboration with the Medical College of Peru.
The summit has started from July 16-18 and will be held on July 23-25. The summit highlights diverse ways that TCIM has been incorporated into health systems and services around the world.
Here’s a Description of the Series
In this 6-part series, the panelist of the summit will look at the most critical aspects of the immune system, and how we can tap into ancient, integrative, mainstream, and cutting-edge practices to make it efficient and enhance its ability to handle day-to-day stresses and disease.
In this series, a Regenerative Whole HealthTM (“RWH”) is explored which is an approach from top experts around the globe who will help you transform your body’s ability to handle disease and give you realistic approaches to protecting yourself and your family.
The series will feature experts LIVE from India and other parts of the world, like Dr. Tom O ‘Bryan, KnoWEwell Chief Health Officer and Founder of the Dr.com; Ishi Khosla, Clinical Nutritionist and Founder of the Celiac Society of India; Dr. Terry Wahls, Founder and author of The Wahls Protocol; and a plethora of world authorities in whole health, naturopathy, homeopathy, fitness, mental health, and happiness.
Part 3 of the series was held on Tuesday, July 20th and here are the key topics that were discussed :
- Essentials of good nutrition
- What is “healthy food” and
- How to eat clean
- How small interventions can produce big results
- The role of supplements and micronutrients
- Superfoods – a reality or a myth
Achieving nutritional balances in everyday consumption
Along with that, Dr. Terry Wahls shares her powerful story and healing protocol: Dr. Terry Wahls is a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa where she conducts clinical trials. She is also a patient with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis, which confined her to a tilt-recline wheelchair for four years.
Dr. Wahls restored her health using a diet and lifestyle program she designed specifically for her brain and now pedals her bike to work each day.