ARG webinar: Fatty Liver Disease – Why it Matters to You, and Things You Can Do About It

July 25, 2019

Allergy Research Group announces its next webinar with Dr. Carrie Decker on Fatty Liver Disease – Why it Matters to You, and Things You Can Do About It. The live webinar will take place on Wednesday, August 14th at 3 pm PDT.

In this webinar, learn more about non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), a condition that often accompanies obesity and type 2 diabetes, and, more importantly, the evidence behind nutritional supplements that help improve it (as well as diabetes).

We hope you can join us live on August 14th at 3 pm PDT. If not, don’t worry, signing up will still grant you access to the webinar recording.

The webinar will last 40 minutes, including a 10-minute Q & A session.

A special discount offer on Allergy Research Group products will be revealed to live attendees before the webinar ends.

Register for the free webinar today:

A link to a recording of the webinar will be emailed to all registrants.

Dr. Carrie Decker graduated with honors from the National College of Natural Medicine (now the National University of Natural Medicine) in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Decker sees patients at her office in Portland, OR, as well as remotely, with a focus on gastrointestinal disease, mood imbalances, eating disorders, autoimmune disease, and chronic fatigue. Prior to becoming a naturopathic physician, Dr. Decker was an engineer, and obtained graduate degrees in biomedical and mechanical engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, respectively. Dr. Decker supports Allergy Research Group as the Executive Editor for the quarterly Focus Newsletter, is the author of additional educational materials, and supports the product development team. Dr. Decker continues to enjoy academic research and writing, and uses these skills to support integrative medicine education as a writer and contributor to various resources.

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