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Day 02 | 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Tummy Troubles: Pesticides, the Microbiome and Kids
With 54% of American children now suffering from a chronic disease, issues relating to the gut are commonplace in every household.  As integrative practitioners, holistic health begins with the gut and our children are under assault. From the chronic usage of antibacterial soaps in school and clinics, heavy metal exposures, EMF and looming 5G technology as well as toxic industrial food, they are indeed under siege.

This lecture will explore the unique aspect of the microbiome in kids, the ingredients of the toxic soup they are exposed to and why they are suffering from dysbiosis and the health sequelae which western medicine has been slow to acknowledge.  Clinical applications will be offered to recover their microbial communities.


Get To Know Dr. Michelle Perro

Michelle Perro, MD, DHOM is a veteran pediatrician with over thirty-eight years of experience in acute and integrative medicine. More than fifteen years ago, Dr. Perro transformed her clinical practice to include pesticide and health advocacy. She has both directed and worked as attending physician from New York’s Metropolitan Hospital to UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland. Dr. Perro has managed her own business, Down to Earth Pediatrics, creating a new field of integrative urgent care medicine. She is currently lecturing and consulting as well as working with Gordon Medical Associates, an integrative health center in Northern California.  Dr. Perro has co-authored the highly acclaimed book, “What’s Making our Children Sick” (https://www.chelseagreen.com/product/whats-making-our-children-sick/) and is Executive Director of a non-profit scientific-based website, https://www.gmoscience.org.  She has authored many publications and has a new column with the journal, “The Townsend Letter”.