Over the past half century, the burden of chronic disease has increased relentlessly in every age group. While some conventional perspectives contribute, the primary drivers of chronic disease appear to be chronic, low-level exposure to metals and chemicals in the environment, chronic insufficiencies and deficiencies of most nutrients, genetic susceptibility, and loss of synchronization with the environment.

In this webinar with Dr. Joseph Pizzorno, ND, and James Maskell, you’ll learn about:

  • The surprising load of multiple environmental metals, meta-metals, and new-to-nature chemicals
  • The prevalence of multiple nutrient deficiencies and insufficiencies in the majority of the population
  • The loss of critical health-supporting molecules from the chemically-grown food supply
  • The loss of circadian synchronization with the environment
  • How these factors contribute to ill health and chronic disease