Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Tinnitus and Heavy Metals: Connecting the Dots with Sean LaFave

In today’s world, a continuous onslaught of toxins pervades our lives and environment, both in and outside our homes, notably, heavy metals. Sean LaFave wants to help you gain a better understanding of how to safely and effectively address one of the major underlying causes of tinnitus. Join Sean LaFave for Tinnitus and Heavy Metals: Connecting the Dots, now available to watch at:  http://hawthornuniversity.org/WEBINARS/Webinar-Archives/.

Our bodies are challenged to tolerate chemical toxicity, which often leads to a list of chronic conditions that go unexplained, like adrenal fatigue and unbearable chronic tinnitus. Sean will take you on a journey of discovery into how these unseen heavy metal invaders affect our bodies’ communication pathways, all the way down to the cell level.

This live presentation covers:
1. Understanding the connection between tinnitus and adrenal fatigue.
2. Recognizing heavy metals as one of the major underlying causes of adrenal fatigue and tinnitus.
3. Delivering safe and effective results while addressing the cause, not the symptom.

Sean LaFave, the founder of Geared for Wellness, earned his Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science from the University of Colorado, is a Certified Health Coach, a Health Centers of the Future graduate, a member of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals, and holds a Pastoral Sciences Diplomat from the Pastoral Medical Association. He established the first Neurotoxicity program of its kind in Kansas, developing his expertise in neurotoxic illness, weight loss, and custom nutrition.

Sean has over 20 years of experience in the natural health care profession, and the past 11 years as a Neurotoxicity Specialist. He works directly with health professionals throughout the US and is a sought-after Wellness Coach, consultant, and lecturer for a variety of health care organizations and private physician practices. He supports his clients with the prevention and care for such neurotoxic-mediated illnesses as weight loss resistance, diabetes, thyroid dysfunction, and auto-immune diseases.

Disclaimer: Webinars may present information that does not fully reflect Hawthorn University’s philosophy. Nonetheless, these presentations have been chosen because of their overall quality of information.

Sean LaFave