Dr. Meschino’s webinars on Nutritional Medicine

Dr. Meschino’s webinars on Nutritional Medicine

For Healthcare Practitioners

Anti-Cancer Nutrients of Importance: Research Update

Although there are claims that many different nutrients help to prevent cancer, only a select few nutrients have been shown to exhibit highly impressive anti-cancer effects in human clinical studies performed to date.

The Thyro-Adrenal Connection: When the Patient’s Metabolism Shows Signs of Low Thyroid, But Blood Tests Are Normal

Most practitioners have seen that it is not uncommon for middle-aged patients (especially women) to show signs of an underactive thyroid, based upon symptoms of fatigue, difficulty in losing weight, easy weight gain, cold hands and feet, skin texture changes, lowered resistance to infection, changes to their hair (including losing hair), etc.

Essential Fatty Acids in Health and Disease

4% of adults and 10% of Canadians over 65 yr. regularly take prescription sleeping medications for their insomnia and sleep disorders. Sleeping pill use increases with age and so do the associated risks — unsteadiness, falls, pneumonia, memory problems, unintentional overdoses when mixed with other medications, dependence and withdrawal.

Natural Sleep Aids vs Prescription Sleeping Pills: What is best for your patients’ health and sleep quality?

4% of adults and 10% of Canadians over 65 yr. regularly take prescription sleeping medications for their insomnia and sleep disorders. Sleeping pill use increases with age and so do the associated risks — unsteadiness, falls, pneumonia, memory problems, unintentional overdoses when mixed with other medications, dependence and withdrawal.

Green Tea, HCA and Chromium: The Triple Threat for Weight Loss, Faster Metabolism, Blood Sugar Control, Improved Memory and Anti-Cancer Complementary Measures

The combination of green tea polyphenols, hydroxy-citric acid, or HCA (from Garcinia cambogia) and chelated chromium is shown to be the missing link for more effective weight loss, increased lean mass gains and faster metabolism in aging, as well as improved blood glucose control – of great importance to pre-diabetics and diabetics.

Reducing High Blood Pressure, Naturally

The World Health Organization explains that 75% of high blood pressure cases fall into the mild and moderate range. Studies have shown that nutritional and lifestyle medicine can reduce high blood pressure in these mild and moderate cases.

Glutathione and its precursors in Health and Anti-Aging

Glutathione is the single, most important antioxidant in the human body. We often hear about vitamin C, vitamin E, selenium, and other antioxidants, all of which are important, but glutathione is in some ways more critically important to cell survival, functionality, and integrity than all other antioxidants.

Natural Ways to Lower High Cholesterol

Studies show that 41% of Canadians have high blood cholesterol levels – a cardinal risk factor for heart disease, stroke, and other life-threatening cardiovascular problems.


One in four women and one in eight men over the age of 50 are diagnosed with osteoporosis in this country. Complications from osteoporotic fractures continue to claim more lives each year than the combined death rate from breast and ovarian cancers. Yet, osteoporosis is one of the most preventable diseases afflicting our society.

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS): Nutritional Medicine Management

The incidence of PMS has been reported in 20-32% of premenopausal women, which has profound effects on a woman’s quality of life. Commonly prescribed medications for this condition includes anti-depressants, NSAIDs, Diuretics and Birth Control Pills (Oral Contraceptives).

The Clinical Application of Creatine, L-Glutamine, Ornithine and Arginine

Human clinical studies in recent years have shown that creatine supplementation not only enhances strength gains, lean mass gains and explosive power in athletes, but it also reverses key aspects of aging and loss of functional ability in older patients. As well, creatine has also been shown to improve outcomes for patients with type 2 diabetes, heart failure, certain neurodegenerative diseases as well as those recovering from certain musculoskeletal injuries.

Nutritional Medicine and the Aging Brain

Health Canada statistics indicate the incidence of dementia in Canada is 12% in those 45 to 64, 42% in those 65 to 79, and 56% in those age 80 or older Annually, there are approximately 76,000 new cases of dementia diagnosed in Canada. As our population ages the total number of citizens with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease is projected to skyrocket.

Nutritional Medicine in Prostate Health

Studies published in the Journal of National Cancer Institute suggest that up to 75% of prostate cancer is preventable through more prudent dietary and lifestyle practices, yet it is the second leading cause of cancer death in Canadian men.

Nutrition and Immunity

It has never been more important to understand how to optimize your immune system function. In this webinar Dr. Meschino cites the key research studies showing the meaningful impact you can have on strengthening your resistance to infections and optimizing your immune health.

Automated Nutritional Medicine Assessment for Your Patients

Many practitioners realize that performing an in-depth nutrition and lifestyle assessment is very time consuming and is often not cost-effective unless you are billing the patient an additional fee for this service. Many practitioners would welcome an instant method to get this assessment done and see evidence-based nutrition, supplement and lifestyle recommendations that are personalized for each patient.


In this webinar Dr. Meschino highlights the research showing the key nutrition, supplementation and lifestyle strategies shown to improve outcomes for patients with osteoarthritis.

Nutritional Medicine in Concussion Management

In this webinar Dr. Meschino reviews the peer-reviewed, published studies, which demonstrate the importance of targeted nutrition and supplementation interventions in the prevention and management of concussion and post-concussion syndrome.

Nutritional Medicine and Immunity

In the past year the entire world has been affected by a virulent corona virus. Studies on Covid-19 patients show that individuals with specific status of certain nutrients are less prone to virulent forms of the disease, including cytokine storm. In addition, clinical trials that have provided afflicted hospitalized patients with specific nutrients, at specific dosages, have shown impressive results in helping to prevent the disease from progressing to more advanced stages, and has shortened the duration of the hospital stay.

Research Support for High-Potency Multiple Vitamin and Mineral Supplements

In this webinar Dr. Meschino reviews the most recent studies supporting the use of a High-Potency Multiple Vitamin and Mineral regarding immunity, acute respiratory distress syndrome, brain anti-aging and Alzheimer’s disease, bone density, macular degeneration, cataracts, Parkinson’s disease, mental health and cognition, blood sugar regulation (type 2 diabetes), and other degenerative disorders.

How the Body’s Aging Clock Increases Disease Risk:

Learn how the 7 key supplements, when staged-in properly between age 40 and 55, counter the body’s aging clock and help prevent these age-related health conditions, enabling patients to maintain a highly functioning body and mind for as long as possible.