What Science Says About Dietary Supplements

How to pick safe, effective vitamins, herbs, probiotics & more


With so much conflicting buzz about dietary supplements, it can be hard to know which products to choose. Fortunately, nutritional researcher Chris D’Adamo, PhD, has sifted through the scientific evidence and summarized it in two practical, interactive workshops. Join us for one or both sessions, and get the facts to make educated decisions about a wide array of dietary supplements. 

Workshop 1: Spotlight on cognitive, emotional, joint & immune health

Wednesday, May 27  •  6-8 pm

Find out which supplements have been shown to:

        Support memory and attention
        Help relieve depression and improve mood
        Decrease joint pain and inflammation
        Promote optimal immune system function

Get savvy about multi-vitamins and vitamin D. Discover which products have the
       strongest evidence of effectiveness.

Learn how to evaluate product purity.
Know what supplement makers do and don’t have to tell you.
Learn about possible adverse interactions between supplements and drugs.
Discover which medications can deplete important nutrients and how to
        replenish them.

Workshop 2:  Spotlight on heart and liver health, digestion, & sleep

Wednesday, June 3  •  6-8 pm 

Discover out which supplements have been shown to:

        Promote restful sleep
        Help relieve digestive problems, such as irritable bowel syndrome
        Help manage cholesterol and triglycerides
        Support healthy liver function

Gain in-depth knowledge about probiotics and Omega-3 supplements. Discover
        which products have the strongest evidence of effectiveness.

Learn how to assess product purity.
Find out what new regulations mean for product safety.
Receive an unbiased checklist for selecting supplements.

Register now


Workshop 1: May 27
Workshop 2: June 3
6-8 pm 

The Institute for
Integrative Health
1407 Fleet St.
Baltimore, MD 21231

Two workshops: $40
One workshop: $25
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Workshop Leader:
Chris D’Adamo, PhD
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events [at] tiih.org


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