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March 07, 2016 07:00 ET

Dr Andrew Campbell Presents, the Gut-Brain Relationship

InnoVision Professional Media Has Chosen a Very Timely Topic of Vital Importance for Its First Medical and Scientific Conference: The Interchanging Relationship Between the Gut Microbiome and the Brain

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwired - March 07, 2016) - Dr. Andrew Campbell is pleased to announce the Gut-Brain Relationship Conference 2016. Dr. Campbell explains biological mechanisms in Gut-Brain Relationship, which brings the public closer to information about autism causation and offers a foreseeable path toward effective intervention.

The Gut-Brain Relationship Conference will expose the evidence that the microbiome has an even greater influence on the brain than initially assumed: It is involved in a number of ways in the proper functioning of the brain. Abnormalities of the microbiome can cause abnormalities in the brain and in behavior of the host. Brain-related problems are a huge burden for society.

This one-of-a-kind conference aims to educate healthcare professionals in state-of-the-art approaches to integrative gut-Brain relationship and current science as it applies to gut-brain disorders. According to Dr. Campbell, "Disturbances of the gut microbiota have been linked to multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, autism spectrum disorder, and others. Western diet is in general proinflammatory, and inflammation is where the problems arise".

Healthy brain-gut balance is pivotal in maintaining mental wellness and a balanced relationship with food. It is also widely recognized that digestive health is key to optimizing nutrient absorption. Several studies have shown that alterations of the gut microbiome that alter the delicate balance of tryptophan metabolism and serotonergic signaling affect both the central and enteric nervous systems and can bring about abnormalities such as anxiety, depression, visceral pain, abnormal sexual behavior, mood alterations, poor memory function, loss of cognitive flexibility, and others.

This Gut-Brain Relationship Conference will create and enhance a knowledge base in the area of integrative gut-brain relationship for the healthcare professional and, thereby, increase their understanding and knowledge of the biochemical signaling taking place between the gastrointestinal tract and the nervous system. This will, in turn, increase a practitioner's ability to understand current therapies as well as to augment the practitioner's ability to advise or implement integrative approaches that will benefit patients.

About Dr. Campbell

Dr. Andrew Campbell MD has practiced medicine for nearly four decades, during which time he has chaired and served on numerous medical boards and advisory committees. Dr. Campbell is Board Certified in Family Medicine, Geriatrics, and Forensic Medicine. He has had over 80 peer-reviewed articles published in medical journals and other publications, and has received twelve awards for excellence in health care and patient treatment.

Dr. Campbell's mission is to restore the human side of medicine, the healthcare practices that existed for thousands of years, long before Big Pharma and Big Insurance existed. His strategies include medically tested programs that all equate to a better health and wellness plan for life. From better eating habits to exercise regimes to natural therapies, his way of treatment is meant to address major lifestyle health concerns before they turn into diseases as well as offering alternative health solutions for diagnosing chronic diseases. For further information, please visit: http://drandrewcampbell.com/

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