While protective measures such as handwashing and physical distancing are important, it is critical to be proactive in supporting your immune system with lifestyle measures and scientifically validated nutritional supplements. Simple choices that you make each day have significant impact on your immune system's function.
Chronic conditions, such as autoimmune diseases, inflammation, heart disease, and obesity make some more vulnerable to COVID - 19. 6 in 10 adults in the US have a chronic disease that decreases their resiliency and increases susceptibility to infection.
It is imperative that we address the key lifestyle risks for chronic disease and optimize nutrition for better outcomes with this novel coronavirus.
What measures favorably affect immune function and have validity? This comprehensive presentation will break it down and tell you where to begin today to reduce your risk and build your immune resiliency.
Dr. Nicole Fenske is a certified functional medicine doctor and chiropractor. She is one of few certified functional medicine doctors in Wisconsin and has done extensive post- graduate studies in clinical nutrition and functional medicine over the last 20 years.
While originally from Iowa, Dr. Nicole Fenske has lived in many places. Her education did not provide a straight path to natural healthcare. After completing a Bachelor of Arts degree from Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa and a Master of Arts degree in Latin American Studies from the University of Texas, she realized that her real passion lies in natural healthcare.
She returned to Iowa to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic and subsequently attended the Institute for Functional Medicine and Functional Medicine University. She takes pride in her thoroughness, attentiveness and good communication with her patients. She is passionate about educating people on how to transform their own health.