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Can Co Q10 Turn Back Your Biological Clock?
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Live Webinar Date:
Tuesday, Jan 31 2012 - 2:30 am - 3:00 am PST
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This free Live Webinar begins at 6:30pm (California/Vancouver time) on Monday January 30, 2012.
There has been a lot of press since Oct 2011 about Co Q 10 and how it can be used to turn back the reproductive clock and improve both egg and sperm quality.
This free 30 minute webinar will discuss the current Co Q10 research and the mechanism in which it can improve egg quality. Brandon will list the different forms of "Co Q10" and how they are not all equal in absorption and bio availability and therefore dosage is based on the form you are taking.
The webinar will do its best to address:
*Optimal length of time to take Co Q10
*Different forms of Co Q10 and their ideal dosage based on their absorption
*If there is any literature when to stop (after IVF retrieval, preg test or no reason to stop)
*Any known side effects or risk of taking "high dosages" of Co Q10
Is Co q10 a magic bullet?
*What else can have a similar affect in optimizing fertility?
Moderated by Lorne Brown, Clinical director and founder of Acubalance Wellness Centre (Chinese medicine Fertility Clinic) www.acubalance.ca)
Dr. Brandon Horn, PhD, JD, LAc, FABORM is a lecturer, researcher and clinician in the fields of acupuncture, herbal medicine and nutrition. He received his Bachelor and Juris Doctorate degrees from the Ohio State University, his Master degree in Oriental Medicine from Samra University and his PhD in Classical Chinese Medicine from the American University of Complementary Medicine.
Brandon is a recognized authority in the field of infertility and gynecology. He has publications in journals such as Fertility & Sterility, Alternative Therapies in Women's Health, and the Journal of Chinese Medicine. He also lectures both in the United States and internationally on topics such as the treatment of women with poor ovarian quality, and the use of acupuncture to improve uterine receptivity.
In researching how to help couples have healthy babies, Brandon also developed an interest in fetal development and pediatrics. He received hospital privileges at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles where he spends one day a week working with some of the top pediatricians in the country.
In addition to working at CHLA, Brandon is also on faculty at UCLA Medical School where he teaches third year medical students. In his private practice, he sees patients in our LA office.
Andrea Thorpe, LAc, FABORM is a clinician, researcher and teacher in the fields of acupuncture and herbal medicine. She obtained a bachelor's degree in Chinese medicine from the London School of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine and a Masters degree from Yo San University where she graduated with honors.
Upon receiving her Master's degree, Andrea was chosen for a 3 year fellowship at the Tao of Wellness where she worked with Dr. Daoshing Ni, specializing in treating gynecological disorders, as well as male and female reproductive disorders.
Andrea is Board certified in reproductive medicine as a fellow of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine and is pursuing her PhD in Classical Chinese Medicine. She is also a faculty member of Yo San University.
Past recorded free Medigogy webinars by Brandon Horn