Hormones are integral in many functions and coordinating activities in the body. Hormones can affect everything from body temperature, fertility, metabolism and more. Hormone dysregulation is a very common ailment, especially in women. Even small imbalances can cause patients to be symptomatic, and these imbalances can start as early as pre-adolescence. This webinar will explore nutrition and lifestyle changes to help prevent and relieve symptoms of the most common hormone imbalances.
Upon successful completion of this one-hour course, the participant should be able to:
Identify main hormones and the foundations of hormone health.
Identify symptoms of hormone dysregulation.
Learn key contributors to hormone dysregulation.
Understand how to prevent and/or naturally support hormones through nutrition.
Learn which types of noninvasive hormone testing dietitians can order.
Understand how to help patients implement lifestyle factors to promote hormone health.
Gina Jones is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist specializing in Functional Medicine Nutrition. Gina holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Cleveland State University and a Masters degree in Clinical Nutrition from Case Western Reserve University. Gina is both academically and professionally trained from Cleveland Clinic Foundation and an alumnus of Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine.
Through healing her own health struggles with autoimmune diseases, thyroid disease, and poor relationship with food; Gina has found her passion in practicing Functional Medicine Nutrition. Gina is owner of INW Center where she provides individualized nutrition care, as well as partners with other health care providers, companies, and patients to share nutrition knowledge. Gina is also the founder of Crunchy Kitchen, an allergen friendly food business where she has been able to combine her love of food with her nutrition expertise.
Gina has successfully improved patient vitality and health through the functional medicine, patient-centered approach. In Gina’s various roles as a dietitian, she is able to share her knowledge through consulting, writing, and public speaking.