The Dirty Genes Summit
Encore Day Sunday Feb 4th
Some of my fave talks from days 4-7 include:
Day 5: Nicholas Pineault: EMFs and Our Health
This was an exceptional talk including some steps to help you take action immediately in your home. He described the level of radiation that is known to cause harm and then comparing that to what people get exposed to from their wifi router, or in hotels and conferences. It’s an eye opener regarding what’s happening in cities now and on top of apartment buildings, and also regarding children’s exposure and how far it penetrates their brains.
There is some positive news on how the body can recover with rest to some extent, and practical tips on using tinfoil even with smart meters in your own home – yet again alarming to hear about the pulsing nature of those and what shows up on a professional engineer’s meter as regards readings compared to those tiddler meters you may have at home.
On that note check out Michael Neuert of emfcenter.com, who gave an amazing lecture at FMU on EMF and other electric fields in the home, and what can be done.
Some topics covered include:
- Short history of wifi and how little we know
- Power adaptors and dirty electricity
- Melatonin studies
- DNA beakage
- Glutamae release caused by calcium channels, potentially addicting
- Control what you can, and some valuable tips on that
Day 5: Paul Thomas, MD: Vaccinations Done Safely
Dr. Thomas is a pediatrician who was also a key speaker in The Truth About Vaccines docuseries. This interview condenses a lot of that down into one hour which is useful, of course transcripts are also available for those who want to purchase the summit package.
He really exposes things for what they are, shows people which vaccines are totally unnecessary and harmful, which ones they could do if they wanted and when is best to do them, while stating up front that the healthiest kids in his practice are those who never got vaccinated.
Some of the topics covered include:
- Autism and high risk kids
- Hep B, HPV, Flu and other vaccines
- Research bias
- Informed consent and what to know before giving birth in a US hospital
- Vaccine injuries and deaths unreported/unrecorded
- 43% of US children have chronic disease
- Vaccine friendly plan
- Unvaccinated children
**There is also a lecture on Day 3 of the Dirty Genes Summit on Autism by Dr. Jared Skowron on ADHD, Autism and Hope.
***There is a series of lectures on Autism by Court Vreeland, at FMU that go way deeper than what can be covered in an hour at a summit. Dr. Vreeland has also specialised in Functional Neurology. Other lectures on autism include The Genetics of Autism by Valerie Ferdinand, ND.
Day 4: Dr. Darin Ingels, ND, FAAEM: Lyme Disease and Coinfections
Dr. Ingels had Lyme himself, hence his own journey into Lyme.
- Carriers of Lyme
**Dr. Ron Grisanti of FMU did a one week preceptorship with Dr. Richard Horowitz on Lyme. There’s a number of specialist talks and training available at Functional Medicine University, including Bradley Bush ND, and Rachel Fresco PhD of BioBotanical Research / Biocidin.
Day 4: Dr. Laurie Mischley, ND, MPH, PhD: Parkinson’s Can Be Helped
This talk on Parkinson’s was interesting in a number of ways as Dr. Mischley described what was getting good results with this condition and what was not. She mentioned things like glutathione and CBD oil as positives, and I gathered the Keto diet wasn’t getting such big results as expected. Certainly dairy was a negative for this condition. At this point the host and herself vowed to get entirely off dairy but I’m reminded that ancient cultures always had dairy in the form of cheese or curds or kefir. Even though there is debate out there on pastuerised vs raw, possibly the best reason not to overdo the dairy that I’ve heard comes from Dr. John Christopher of The School of Natural Healing, and that is because dairy is mucus forming in the body. Clearly it’s a case of who can afford some of that and who can’t, depending on how ill someone is, as well as sensitivity and allergy testing now, with people like Dr. Vojdani of Cyrex labs.
- CBD oil
- Ketogenic diet good or bad for Parkinson’s?
- Homocysteine levels tracked
- Fasting insulin
- Parkinson’t smelling dogs!
**There’s a number of guest lectures on neurological disorders at FMU, including root causes of Parkinson’s-type disorders.
***Functional medicine professional training will always go deeper than what you hear on a summit.
Day 6: Eric Balcavage, DC, CNS, CFMP, BCIM: SIBO Treatments Are Missing This
This was an interesting talk coming at the subject of SIBO from some different and fresh angles.
- Gallbladder / bile
- Techniques to support and treat SIBO
Encore Sunday Feb 4th, 2018
The talks will unlock once more Sunday February 4th, 2018. And the summit package is available to purchase and view at your own pace anytime.
Movement Required – No Couch Potato-ing Please!
Because of the topic in question, ‘dirty genes’ and cleaning up the genes, Dr. Lynch has made all these talks audio and not video because he does not want people sitting down for hours watching two heads bobbing around – that would not be good for our genes. So this summit comes with the instructions to MOVE during the talks 😀
He also gives a very helpful timeline for every talk for example a glimpse at the first 22 minutes of the SIBO talk:
This makes is super easy to know precisely what is in each talk and go directly there when revising what a speaker said.
Complete Speaker List For All 7 Days
Day 4 – Altering Your Genetic Expression
Missed the Dirty Genes Summit?
Or if you’d like to own all the talks, remember the package can be bought and downloaded to view at your own pace:
There are two packages, one is the summit accessible online and the other is the summit along with a course and access to a facebook group and Q&A, obviously the latter is time sensitive.
Dirty Genes the New Book by Dr. Ben Lynch
Due out in March 2018 but available for preorder now. He refers to it many times during the talks, in terms of the sort of content he is writing about and it does sound like a must read!
It certainly is one of the more interesting summits I’ve attended in ages. The layout is a little different and the Join the Conversation button is down the left side. There were many times I had wanted to jump in and comment during the talks and totally missed that my first few days on there!
What did YOU think of this summit or any of the others you’ve attended? If you’d like to comment on your experience of the summit do so in the comments below! 🙂