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Isaac Eliaz

Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc

Enhancing Peptide Therapy and Reducing Side Effects: Practical Guidelines for Preparing Your Patient

  • Practical guidelines for preparing patients for peptide therapy.
  • The importance of addressing galectin-3 in peptide therapy.
  • Ensuring proper pathway expression in peptide therapy.
Ben Greenfield

Ben Greenfield

Beyond Peptides: Biohacking Meets Regenerative Medicine

  • How self-management of injuries via smart biohacking can be combined with working with a regenerative medicine doctor.
  • The top home biohacks for recovery/sleep/mood.
  • The top home biohacks for performance.
  • How to combine peptides with these therapies.
William Pawluk

William Pawluk, MD, MSc

Supercharge Your Health with Magnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy

  • What are pulsed magnetic fields (PEMFs), how do they work and how do they affect peptide cell/tissue actions?

Winston Ibrahim

Peptide optimization for entrepreneurs

  • Biohacking for performance optimization for type a entrepreneurs.
  • How peptides can take that optimization to the next level.
  • Which peptides in particular show best performance for key areas ie cognitive function, stress mitigation, longevity/recovery.
  • Where to source, how often to include, how to practically deploy peptides.

Mark L. White

Cutting-Edge Sexual Wellness Solutions

The three most effective treatments to optimize men’s sexual health:

  • GAINSWave Therapy for Men
  • Performance Enhancing Peptides
  • Hormone Optimization

Kashif Khan

Hacking your DNA to slow aging and optimize performance

  • How to create an optimal body to maximize the benefit of your peptide treatment.


Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc

Optimizing Peptide Therapy: Theories, Principles, and Breakthrough Innovations

  • Role of Galectin-3 in inflammation, fibrosis, and cancer.

  • Effect of galectin-3 on extracellular and cellular pathways.

  • Optimizing the use of peptides.

  • The use of therapeutic apheresis to improve peptide therapy.

James B. LaValle, R.Ph., C.C.N. M.T. DHM, DHPh. N.D.(trad)

Global considerations and applications of Peptides:Resetting Metaflammaton Signaling to Reverse Inflammaging

  • The construct of Metaflammation and how peptides can place a crucial role in turning back the progression of inflammaging

Jean Francois Tremblay

Therapeutic use of Bioregulators

  • Description of bioregulators.
  • Use of bioregulators.
  • How can they be used therapeutically.

Aimie Apigian, M.D.

Understanding & Recognizing A Biology of Trauma

  • When Trauma Starts For Most People.
  • Why Trauma Is Your Biology and Not Psychology.
  • Stored Trauma In The Body and Its Effects.
  • The Biology That Gets People Stuck On Their Healing Journey From Trauma.
  • What Biology Pre-Disposes Us To Experiencing Trauma.

Dr. Daniel Pompa

How Peptides Fit Into a Multi-Therapeutic Approach to Healing

  • Multi-therapeutic approach to healing – addressing upstream sources of toxicity and removing interference in the body.
  • What is cellular detox?
  • How peptides can be a game changer, particularly for very complicated cases.
  • Main components of Dr. Pompa’s multi-therapeutic approach.


Leigh Erin Connealy, M.D.

Peptides and Cancer - The Cancer Revolution Series

  • Types of tests do you run to detect cancer in the earliest stages.
  • Types of modalities used if a patient is diagnosed with cancer.
  • How Dr. Connealy implements/combines peptide therapies with cancer patients.

Kent Holtorf, M.D

Holtorf: Updated Peptide Protocol

  • Understand how mold-associated illness and CIRS, Lyme disease, aging, CFS,FM, autoimmunity, cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, GI dysfunction, CV disease, DM, and other inflamatory diseases and diseases of aging have a common immune dysfunction as the underlying pathophysiology that results in a pathological vicious cycle that leads to multi-system disease.
  • Understanding that immune modulators, including peptides, effectively address the core abnormality of immune dysfunction, including a Th1 to Th2/Th17 immune shift, natural killer cell dysfunction, abnormal mast cell activation, T cell exhaustion, and immunosenescence, should be the first step in treatment.
  • Therapies that protect the body from the toxic effects of myco and other endotoxins can replace the use of binders, the core therapy of the Shoemaker protocol, which is marginally beneficial, fraught with numerous side effects, poorly tolerated, and often prescribed for many months or years without benefit.
  • The Holtorf Updated Peptide Protocol for the Rapid Treatment of CIRS (HUPPRTOC) will almost always make the use of the misunderstood peptide vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP) unnecessary. Also, with a greater understanding of VIP’s mechanism of action, risks, and side effects, it becomes clear that the use of VIP may be helpful in the short term but has long-term adverse effects and significantly hinders long-term resolution of symptoms and mold sensitivity.
  • Most all mold illness/CIRS patients have pre-existing immune dysfunction that makes them dramatically more likely to suffer from toxic effects of mold and mycotoxin exposure that has little impact on those with a healthier immune system. Genetic predisposition is far from proven.

Neil Paulvin, DO

Peptides and Sports Injury

  • How peptides help sports performance.
  • How peptides decrease inflammation.
  • What supplements work well with peptides.
  • Red light and peptides.
  • Oral vs injection peptide administration in treatment of pain.

Dr. Sergio F. Azzolino

The Missing Link in Integrative Medicine's Approach to Brain Health

  • The neurological effects of infection and toxins.
  • How to objectively measure the deficits.
  • When do you stop killing and start repairing?
  • 28 years of playing the same game with a different angle.
  • Returning people to full function.

Heather Sandison, ND

Peptides for neurocognitive function

  • Are there specific peptides for neurocognitive function?
  • How do peptides fit into a comprehensive approach to optimizing neurocognitive function?
  • Future of peptide use.

Keesha Ewers, PhD, ARNP-FNP-C,AAP, IFM-C

The Connection between Trauma, Aging, and Disease

  • Does eveyone have trauma? – What is the first step we can take to heal past childhood trauma?
  • Is it possible to heal from these brain and hormone changes and live into our highest potential physical, mentally, emotionally and spiritually?
  • Trauma changes your brain architecture, can that be reversed?


Luke Storey

Integrative Approach to Drug Addiction

  • Learning to detach and manage symptoms without drugs.
  • The medicinal use and treatment of Ketamine.

Paul Barattiero N.D., CHS, CNHP

How Hydrogen Affects Peptides

  • How hydrogen affects peptides.
  • How our body is designed to make hydrogen gas.
  • Why our bodies lose the ability to make hydrogen gas.
  • What we can do to reestablish the gut biome an restore proper gut function.

Nathalie Niddam

Bioregulator Peptides for Longevity

  • What are Bioregulator Peptides?
  • How are they different from other peptides?
  • Where do they come from and what are the differences between synthetic vs biologic bioregulators?

Amber Krogsrud, BSc, ND

Peptide Therapies for Women's Health, Thicker Hair, for Youthful Skin

Top peptides for women’s health + the root causes of hair loss and the top peptide therapies used to it

Nathan Bryan, PhD

Nitric oxide to enhance treatment and uptake of peptides and other bioactives

  • What is nitric oxide
  • How to use nitric oxide in your practice to improve uptake and delivery of peptides
  • Strategies to improve nitric oxide production


Tom O'Bryan DC, CCN, DACBN

Gut Health: Impact of inflammation production and building a healthy microbiome

  • Types of foods that cause inflammation.
  • Dietary intake of wheat lead to Inflammation production.
  • Gluten and LPS are primary triggers activating inflammatory response.
  • The four primary factors responsible for leaky gut How do we rebuild microbiome?

Eric Gordon, M.D.

The Power of Peptides & Cell Danger Response

  • Key Peptides to support the innate immune system and peptides for CCI (Craniocervical Instability) and Pain Management

Kelly Halderman, M.D., CCN

Strategies to Upregulate Autophagy to Maximize Peptide Therapy Benefits

  • Why autophagy optimization helps to make peptide therapy work better

Christopher Shade, PhD

More than Just Detox: AMPK and Nrf2 as Fundamental Pillars of Longevity

  • Many interventions try to reverse or slow biochemical aspects of aging yet fail to address the fundamental elements that drive accelerated aging.
  • They are all mitigated or even reversed through AMPK and/or Nrf2 upregulation.
  • Addressing these things before or during interventions such as peptide injections can make the interventions more successful.


Cory Tichauer, ND

Using Peptides to Mitigate Immune Dysfunction

  • Chronic infectious illness and biotoxin illness as it applies to immune dysfunction
  • Adaptive Immunity vs Cell Mediated Immunity in Chronic Illness
  • Reducing antigen induced T-cell stimulation and B Cell proliferation
  • Use of “upstream” neuroendocrine peptides in immunomodulation
  • Protecting and repairing mucosal barriers to reduce chronic inflammation
  • Targeted therapy for long term neurovascular recovery and repair

Nafysa Parpia, ND

Role of Peptides in Immune Dysregulation

  • The difference between a weak immune system and a dysregulated immune system
  • How and when to bring peptides on board * How peptide treatment can open the door to healing for those that have been sick for a very long time.

Tracy Gapin, MD, FACS

The Power of Peptides: Personalized Men's Health Optimization

  • The amazing potential of peptides and how they can help us tackle the testosterone pandemic

Dr. Greg Jones

Strong into the Sunset: Peptide Strategies to Maintain Strength in The Aging Population

  • What aspects of aging lead to loss of strength and function as we get older?
  • What foundational aspects of health set you up success before starting peptides?
  • What are the top peptides to improve strength and endurance?

Tracy Gapin, MD, FACS

The Power of Peptides: Personalized Men's Health Optimization

  • The amazing potential of peptides and how they can help us tackle the testosterone pandemic


Jeffrey Piccirillo, DO

Getting the most from your regenerative injections

  • What is the science behind the Perfect PRP Method?
  • What can PRP be used for?
  • How do Peptides play a role?
  • What does the current research say?
  • Why patients need to be careful on who if performing their injection?

Dr. Suzanne Turner

Enhancing the Entrepreneur

  • Restoring peak cellular function for brain, body performance

Betsy A.B. Greenleaf, DO, FACOOG

Peptide Treatments For Pelvic Health Conditions Such As Sexual Function And Urinary Tract Health​

  • Peptide treatments for pelvic health conditions such as sexual function and urinary tract health.

Scott Forsgren FDN-P

From "Dis-Ease" to Better Health: Recovering from Lyme Disease and Mold Illness

  • Scott’s multi-step approach for recovery from Lyme Diease and Mold Illness

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