Christopher D’Adamo, PhD

Director - University of Maryland School of Medicine Center for Integrative Medicine (USA)

Dr. Chris D’Adamo is a medical research scientist with expertise in the synergistic effects of healthy lifestyle, environmental exposures, and genetics on human health and wellness. His research, clinical, and educational network include leaders in the fields of integrative medicine, functional medicine, and lifestyle medicine. Dr. D’Adamo received his Ph.D. in Epidemiology from the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He serves as the Director of the Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He has served as Principal Investigator on a wide variety of clinical trials and observational studies in the areas of nutrition, physical activity, stress management, and multi-modality integrative and functional medicine interventions. These studies have included clinical trials evaluating the efficacy of nutritional supplements in promoting overall health and wellness. He has published his findings in numerous peer-reviewed scientific and medical journals.

Abstract

Evidence-based Tools for Developing a Discriminating Eye for Dietary Supplement Quality - Focus on EMF Mitigation

Over 50% of Americans take a dietary supplement to support their health, but the quality and safety of many of these supplements is unknown. This session will provide a practical set of resources for clinicians and consumers to make the most informed choices for dietary supplementation. Presentation contents will include consumer-friendly syntheses of the medical literature surrounding a wide variety of dietary supplements, third-party laboratories that assess the purity of commercially-available dietary supplements, and a primer of dietary supplements that might help support the body’s response to EMF exposure.

3:00 - 4:00 PM

Friday 29 January 2021

Evidence-based Tools for Developing a Discriminating Eye for Dietary Supplement Quality - Focus on EMF Mitigation

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