Enzymology and the Clinical Application of Enzyme Therapy
Cellular Nutrition cont'd, Understanding the Difference between Enzymes / Probiotics / Vitamins / Minerals
Clinical Application of Enzyme Therapy with Case Presentations (Pancreatic Disorders, Baylor Study)
Clinical Application of Enzyme Therapy with Case Presentations (Inflammation, Cancer, Leaky Gut)
About the Instructors
Milton Bastidas, DC, CIHP, was born in Colombia and is a graduate of Texas Chiropractic College with additional certification in Functional Medicine. He is Founder of True Lifelong Wellness Center and has been in practice since 1998 treating skeletal conditions, sports injuries, and systemic disorders. Dr. Bastidas is also Vice President of the College of Integrative Medicine (CIM) as well as Director of Research and Development at Transformation Enzyme Corporation. Dr. Bastidas has a passion for soccer which put him through college at Texas Lutheran University and is very sought after in the soccer community for rehabilitation and nutritional counselling. He is also an expert in the use of laboratory analysis and enzyme nutrition as part of a functional and natural approach to wellbeing. As a lead researcher in Transformation’s research and development team, Dr. Bastidas has co-directed two clinical studies showing the benefits of enzyme supplementation on systemic inflammation and gastrointestinal dysfunction as well as a most recent pilot study on the effects of enzyme therapy on Glyphosate detoxification. Dr. Bastidas lives in Houston, TX, with his family. He is currently involved in developing specific treatment protocols depending on the biochemical individuality of the patient. "My mission is to help patients achieve and maintain optimal health through a holistic and integrative approach. I strive to help my patients regain their health by educating them on how to obtain true lifelong wellness through natural means with the aid of nutrition and enzymes."
Amy Rawls, MS, RD, LD, CGN, FMNS, has practiced in the Beaumont and Houston area since 2010 when she completed her Master’s degree with a Dietetic residency through Lamar University. She has gone on to earn additional certifications as a Functional Medical Nutritionist and Certified Gastrointestinal Nutritionist. Amy has more than ten years of experience applying functional nutrition practices to an array of metabolic clinical states. She is currently Director of Clinical Services for Transformation Enzyme Corporation where she gained her certification in enzyme therapy and is responsible for all of Transformation's Education and Development material and programs. She also oversees Transformation's Clinic and technical support services and assists with research and development. Amy has spoken at various events, seminars, and conferences both locally and internationally on topics related to nutrition and enzyme application. Her passion for health focuses on holistic, integrative, and functional medical nutrition therapy. She has a personal mission to create awareness that even healthy food can be poison if not digested properly.