Date: January 2017
In this Nutrient Roundtable discussion, the practitioners review nutritional support for immune health offered in the DFH line. They will explain the differences between each product as well as their appropriate applications. In cold and flu season, there are many nutrients one can use to boost immune health, as well as use in a multitude of acute situations.
Michael Jurgelewicz, DC, DACBN, DCBCN, has been studying nutrition and wellness for the past 10 years. He has a B.S. degree in Health & Wellness, a B.S. degree in Anatomy, and is a Doctor of Chiropractic. He is Board Certified in Nutrition by the American Clinical Board of Nutrition, and a Diplomate of the Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition. He is also active in continuing education through the Clinical Nutrition Certification Board. Dr. Jurgelewicz’s academic training and clinical experience in functional medicine position him as an authority in the management of a variety of chronic health conditions.
Dr. Arland Hill is the Clinical Director of Complete Care Wellness Center and Wellness Coordinator of Specialty Healthcare and Wellness, multi-disciplinary clinics in Houston, TX. He is a doctor of chiropractic medicine and a Board Certified diplomat of the American Clinical Board of Nutrition. He has been practicing since 2003 with a clinical focus on the use of science-based natural therapies for the management of chronic diseases.
Dr. Hill received his doctorate from Texas Chiropractic College and his master in public health from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He has been a regular at Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine and University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston where he instructs students on the merger of nutrition into mainstream medicine. Dr. Hill continues his consulting position to the nutrition and laboratory industry where he offers his expertise in the development of products and strategies to improve patient outcomes. Dr. Hill routinely lectures on topics core to functional medicine emphasizing the importance of research-based interventions.
Camille Gallinger is a Certified Nutritionist with post-graduate training in clinical nutrition from American Health Sciences University and the American Association of Nutrition Consultants (AANC). She is also a Certified Herbalist, having studied at the former Center for Herbal Studies in Corvallis, OR. As a member of the Nutrition Support Team, Camille serves as a writer and nutrition health educator, training Designs for Health customer service representatives. She supports comprehensive recovery by sharing her passion for the principles of nutrition through comprehensive functional/metabolic testing and specific supplement recommendations. Camille also maintains a private nutrition counseling practice, educating both patient groups and medical professionals.