Thyroid summit speakers

The Thyroid Connection Summit, October 24-31!

I am honored to be speaking at The Thyroid Summit!

I will be speaking on Day 6 of the summit, October 29th: How to overcome the Lyme Disease Epidemic!

My good friend & colleague, Amy Myers, MD, created The Thyroid Connection Summit because conventional medicine failed her in her journey with thyroid dysfunction. Join us if you have Graves’, Hashimoto’s, hypo-or hyperthyroidism, cancer, nodules, cysts, I-131 radiation or are post-thyroidectomy. Or, if your doctor says your labs are normal, yet you still have symptoms–this free, online summit is for you!

Listen to 30+ experts discuss how to overcome thyroid disorders.

Register for FREE now at the following link:

https://qt247.isrefer.com/go/THY16reg/drdariningels/

OR

Own all of the expert talks to watch at your own pace:

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The Thyroid Connection Summit will help you:

*Work with your doctor to get the right diagnosis/treatment
*Address the root causes of thyroid dysfunction
*Implement healthy dietary and lifestyle changes
*Reclaim your health and vitality

The Thyroid Connection Summit is online and free from October 24-31, 2016!


Utah landscape

Dr. Ingels Speaking in Utah

Dr Ingels will be speaking at the

American Association of Naturopathic Physicians

Allergic Conditions of the Skin in Children, with Darin Ingels, ND

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Snowbird, UT


School lecture room

Dr Ingels Speaking at Easton Country Day School

Health and Healing for Our Kids Presents
Low Dose Immunotherapy (LDI): Novel Treatment for Lyme, PANDAS/PANS and other infections
with
Darin Ingels, ND
Saturday, May 14th at 6:30 pm
Easton Country Day School
660 Morehouse Road, Easton, CT

Lyme disease and many other infections have become extremely problematic for many children around the world, triggering various neurological symptoms including tics, cognitive impairment, behavior changes, sleep disturbances and anxiety. The treatment of these microbes has almost exclusively focused on eradicating the organism, often with use of multiple antibiotics. While these treatments often provide temporary relief of symptoms, they often do not produce effective long-term benefits and symptoms come back when treatment has discontinued. Almost 2 years ago, my friend and colleague Dr. Ty Vincent introduced us to low dose immunotherapy (AKA “LDI”). It is well known that streptococcus (strep) can cause rheumatic heart disease or rheumatic fever, even if the strep has been treated. The bacterial cell wall has similar molecules found on our cells, so our immune system gets confused and starts reacting to our own tissues. The same thing can occur with Lyme, strep, candida and many other microbes including viruses. LDI is essentially a homeopathic preparation of inactivated organism (called a nosode for the homeopathically inclined) mixed with an enzyme called beta glucuronidase. In my personal and clinical experience, LDI has been one of the most clinically effective, cost-effective ways to manage Lyme symptoms, PANDAS, candida and many other microbial-triggered illnesses. Having treated hundreds of Lyme and PANDAS patients, many of whom have been on antibiotics for many years, most of these folks respond favorably to LDI treatments. Unfortunately, antibiotics do not address the underlying immune problem that Lyme and other microbes cause. I find many Lyme patients, despite the length of their illness respond well to this therapy. It can take some time to find the right potency, but most patients respond well when we hit the right mark. In some cases, we have seen clinical improvement within 24-48 hours after treatment. LDI is the newest tool to help control chronic autoimmune reactions to microbial antigens and has become a powerful tool in the recovery of Lyme disease and other chronic infections.

Please join us to learn more about this innovative new therapy in helping people recover from chronic infections and autoimmunity.

RSVP Maria Buchta at maria_buchta@yahoo.com

RSVP is not required but greatly appreciated.

See you there!