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Inflammation is the body’s attempt at damage control.

Specialized fighting cells are called into duty in response to a host of chemical alarms that call for additional cellular troops to enter the battle. Obviously, this defense system can be a life-saver when serious infections or pre-cancerous cells threaten our health.

Understanding what causes inflammation and how you can better manage it is the first step to improving overall health.

Many lifestyle choices contribute to the inflammation response. However, by making small changes, we can decrease the risk of inflammation and better manage it.

Dr. Thierry Hertoghe will discuss which steps can be made to fight inflammation. The workshop will discuss the impact of diet, physical activity, and stress management on the inflammation process.

What will be discussed

Physical activity, smoking, sleep and meditation; diet and foods with detailed scientific studies
Nutritional supplements such as Vitamins A, B3, C, D, E, CoQ10, Omega-3 PUFA and other fatty acids
Thyroid treatments reducing inflammation and autoimmune disease
Thymosin-Alpha 1, testosterone, estrogen, progesterone, oxytocin, melatonin, growth hormone, IGF-1
Clinical cases and more!


Thierry Hertoghe, MD

Thierry Hertoghe, MD currently serves as President of the International Hormone Society. Born in 1957, he practices medicine that focuses on longevity and reversing the process of aging. Dr. Hertoghe represents the fourth consecutive generation of physicians who have worked in the field of hormone therapy; he practices medicine with a team of experienced doctors in Brussels. Dr. Hertoghe is an internationally recognized authority regarding medical therapies designed to correct hormone deficiencies, extend lifespan, and reduce or potentially reverse aging.


  • How to Reduce Inflammation Caused by Lifestyle and Diet Thierry Hertoghe, MD
  • Nutritional Supplements that Reduce Inflammation and Inflammatory Disease Thierry Hertoghe, MD
  • Thymus and Sex Hormone Therapies that Reduce Inflammation Thierry Hertoghe, MD
  • Pineal and Pituitary Hormone Therapies that Reduce Inflammation Thierry Hertoghe, MD


Inflammation: Nutritional Supplement and Hormone Interventions