Purposefully ingest a virus to destroy a bacteria?! As a matter of fact, that is precisely the technique of bacteriophage therapy, and it is growing in therapeutic popularity in the West, fueled by a century’s worth of research, refinement and application in Europe and Russia. Bacteriophage therapy offers a potent, refined and targeted therapy for many of the bacterial-based challenges of modern times—without the collateral damage of antibiotics! Join Dr. Sarica Cernohous for an engaging overview of this powerful new wave of wellness in the West!
Hawthorn University presents Bacteriophage Therapy with Dr. Sarica Cernohous. Dr. Cernohous' presentation is now available for review in the webinar archives at:
Dr. Cernohous has generously offered a copy of her e-book The Funky Kitchen for everyone who attends the live presentation of this webinar, as well a discount on her accompanying course "Fresh, Fun and Flavorful in the Funky Kitchen". The course qualifies for CEUs with the NANP. Learn the basics of fermentation, culturing, broth making, low-heat dehydration and additional aspects of PREDIGESTION to support your clients! Links for the e-book and course discount will be given at the live webinar presentation.
Dr. Sarica Cernohous is practitioner of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, using Japanese-style methods, LED light therapy and herbal medicine in her private practice. She is the author of the importance and practical application of traditional food preparation techniques, The Funky Kitchen, and its accompanying online course, “Fresh, Fun and Flavorful in The Funky Kitchen”, and is a coach for Metabolic Balance of Germany, from which she has crafted a personalized weight-optimization and lifestyle program, The LAPIS Method. Since 2011 she has been sharing recipes and health articles on her website, http://www.NaturallyLivingToday.com.
Disclaimer: The 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.
Dr. Sarica Cernohous