SENPA (Southeast Natural Products Association) hosted the 30th Annual Intensive Education Program providing 15 CEU’s at the Florida Hotel and Convention Center, April 22–23 in Orlando, FL.
“Our target audience included Florida dietitians and nutritional counselors seeking continuing education credits, and independent retailers,” said Debra Short, executive director for SENPA. “Our goal is to continue to provide education opportunities presented by the best in the industry.”
Featured speakers for the event included Davinder Garcha PhD, Malwina Naghibi, speaking on adult and baby microbes and the immune system, Joseph Purita MD spoke on natural support for stem cell health, Ghania Ait-Ghazela PhD discussed brain gut connection and anti-aging, Ryan Sensenbrenner presented marketing strategies to promote your practice, Robert McCuspie PhD spoke about silver—ancient wisdom meets modern science, and a medical errors class was given by Kay Coulter, CRNI.
“We appreciate all support from our sponsor companies—Bio-Kult, Enzymedica, Enzyme Science, and Natural Immunogenics,” said Michelle DuFresne, SENPA president. “Providing top education events annually, like our CEU program, is the core mission of SENPA; we strive to be the preferred resource for our members.”
For more information, visit www.senpa.org.