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Healing Autoimmunity: A Functional Medicine Roadmap

On-Demand Webinar

Healing Autoimmunity: A Functional Medicine Roadmap

Over 50 million Americans suffer from one or more autoimmune diseases, and this number is on the rise. These conditions often present with symptoms that are difficult to pinpoint such as fatigue, pain, inflammation, and an overall decline in quality of life. Once diagnosed, the most common treatments include anti-inflammatories and immunosuppressive drugs.

While these can help manage symptoms in the short-term, they are not a cure and often have unintended and serious side effects. Most people believe they will never regain their quality of life after diagnosis, but mounting evidence proves otherwise. You can take back your health, but to do so, we need to change the conversation and start addressing the root causes of this complex disease.

Functional medicine is helping to change the conversation and create a roadmap for healing autoimmunity. Join us and learn more about the top root causes of autoimmunity along with practical, immediate steps you can take to begin or deepen your healing journey with this on-demand webinar. Health and vitality are possible!   

Materials included

  • 90-minute video presentation
  • 7-day immune-balancing meal plan
  • Medical Symptom Questionnaire (MSQ)
  • Cheat sheet: Foods to eat and avoid
  • Food re-introduction instructions
  • Guide to limiting mercury in seafood

    About the Presenter


    Lisa Dreher, MS, RDN, LDN is a registered dietitian who completed her undergraduate studies at the Rochester Institute of Technology, a dietetic internship through Cornell University and a Masters degree in Nutrition and Integrative Health from the Maryland University of Integrative Health. Prior to joining The UltraWellness Center, Lisa worked in the acute care hospital setting with experience in surgical oncology, colorectal surgery and rehabilitation until she became a Clinical Nutrition Specialist working in Pediatric Gastroenterology at the University of Rochester Medical Center. Here she counseled children, adolescents and their families dealing with complex gastrointestinal conditions. At the same time, she began working in private practice at On Nutrition, LLC where she worked with adults, teens and children using a functional nutrition approach. She has additional training through Center for Mind Body Medicine and the Institute for Functional Medicine.

    Lisa has delivered a number of community lectures on the role of food as medicine and emerging health research. She has been featured in publications, blogs and interviews including Reader’s Digest, In Good Health magazine, On Nutrition blog, Health Matters blog, and WXXI National Public Radio.

    Lisa was drawn to functional medicine after experiencing health concerns of her own. She looked to functional medicine to address the root cause of her issues and find true wellness. She is able to draw from her personal experiences to educate and foster healing in others. In her free time, Lisa enjoys traveling, hiking, yoga, reading, spending time with friends, family and her mini goldendoodle!

    Get to know more about Lisa’s personal journey to Functional Nutrition here.