Dallas, TX

September 28-29, 2018


These workshops are a special engagement being offered to healthcare practitioners as a part of Generation Rescue’s 5th annual Autism Education Summit. Generation Rescue is the leading national organization that provides hope, information and immediate treatment assistance to families affected by autism spectrum disorders. For more information about Generation Rescue go to http://www.generationrescue.org

By attending one or both of these workshops, practitioners will also receive free admission to the Autism Education Summit, September 28-30, 2018. The Autism Education Summit is a conference for parents, professionals, and caregivers showcasing how implementing a holistic approach and treating the whole individual can ease the medical conditions and behavioral symptoms common in children, adolescents, and young adults with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). For all summit details go to www.autismeducationsummit.com

Practitioners will also have access to the evening events that take place at the summit, including:

  • Friday Night Speaker Panel
  • 1920s Cocktail Party with Special Celebrity Guests 
  • And more!

Practitioners who attend the workshops are not required to attend the Autism Education Summit.

Day 1

Organic Acids Testing

Learn how to use this comprehensive metabolic test in your practice to help your patients with a variety of chronic health conditions.  Find out how the OAT helps you discover underlying causes of many symptoms and hear what kinds of treatments have been effective.  Practitioners who attend both days receive a FREE Organic Acids Test, worth $299!

Day 2

Environmental Toxin Testing Workshop

This workshop will focus on the epidemic of environmental toxin exposure, from the many chemicals we encounter every day to mycotoxins released from mold. You will learn about many common environmental pollutants from the 172 chemicals tested by our GPL-TOX Profile.  You will find out how these chemicals can affect our health and what steps can be taken to help detoxify the body.  You will also learn about the seven types of mold mycotoxins tested for in our new GPL-MycoTOX Profile and about the chronic health conditions mycotoxin exposure can cause.  We will review how to use these tests in your practice to create the most effective treatments possible for your patients.



organic acids testing

7:30am | Registration and Breakfast

8:15am | Introduction To The Organic Acids Test and Why It Is So Important In Clinical Practice

Hundreds of organic acid metabolites are found in the urine of all mammals, including humans. These metabolites can be used for both diagnostic and therapeutic measurements for detecting abnormal gastrointestinal overgrowth or dysbiosis, assessing mitochondrial energy production, detecting genetic diseases, assessing malnutrition and suboptimum nutrition, revealing toxic exposure, finding alterations of neurotransmitter metabolites in neurological and psychiatric disorders, and assessing metabolites that cause severe inflammation in a variety of chronic illnesses.

The OAT evaluates for various fungal toxins, including specific markers for Candida. Many people rely on stool testing for Candida diagnosis and miss the presence of Candida toxins through the Organic Acid Test. Candida can lead to neurochemical imbalances in the brain, as well as sensory problems and self-stimulatory behavior (often seen in autism).

10:30am | Morning Break

The OAT evaluates for two specific toxins related to Clostridia bacteria – HPHPA and 4-cresol. Both of these toxins can inhibit a dopamine converting enzyme, leading to excess dopamine and toxic reactions in the brain and nervous system. Problems such as moodiness, irritability, aggression, self-injurious behavior, sleep difficulties, and more can be associated with Clostridia bacteria overgrowth.

12:00pm | The Role of Oxalate Toxicity in Chronic Health Problems

The OAT includes glycolic and glyceric acids in the oxalate section, which can differentiate between genetic and nutritional components in disturbed oxalate metabolism. Oxalates are compounds found in many foods, and can be worsened by Candida overgrowth. High oxalates are associated with pain in the joints, muscles, and connective tissues. They can also trap heavy metals (such as mercury, lead, and arsenic) in the body and lead to mineral imbalances. Certain behavioral issues and self-injurious tendencies have been associated with high oxalates.

12:45pm | Lunch

2:00pm | Neurochemical Imbalances and Quinolinic Acid Toxicity

The OAT evaluates for imbalances in serotonin (an important brain and nervous system chemical for mood, fine and gross motor skills, and calmness), as well additional markers that can indicate toxic stress in the brain and nervous system, such as quinolinic acid. High quinolinic acid suggests toxic stress in the brain and is important to evaluate before prescribing certain supplements, particularly L-Tryptophan which is commonly used to help with sleep.

3:00pm | Afternoon Break

3:30pm | Case Studies and Treatment Options

This presentation will highlight various patient cases from clinical practice that show the role of biomedical intervention for various patient scenarios such as dietary therapy, yeast and Clostridia treatment, and methylation support.

5:00pm | PLA2: The Possible Root Cause of Many Inflammatory Disorders

Phospholipase A2 (PLA2), an enzyme found in snake and bee venom, as well as in human tissue, has been found to be elevated in a variety of inflammation-related disorders.,It is considered a good marker for increased risk of developing or worsening inflammatory conditions including allergies, multiple sclerosis, cardiovascular disease (including atherosclerosis), Crohn’s disease, neurodegenerative diseases, bipolar depression, long term depression, schizophrenia, and sepsis.,This presentation will review the new information available about PLA2, including an ongoing pilot study with MS patients, methods for PLA2 testing, and treatments that reduce PLA2 levels and inflammation.

Day 2

Environmental Toxin Testing Workshop

8:00am | Registration and Breakfast

8:30am | Non-Metal Toxic Chemicals and Their Effects on Health

A huge array of non-metal toxic chemicals like phthalates, pyrethrins, organophosphates and many others can now be tested conveniently and economically in a single morning urine sample. Learn how to use this testing and apply it to a wide variety of chronic illnesses such as neurological disorders, psychiatric disorders, chronic fatigue, and many others. The best treatment options will be presented in great detail.

9:30am | Glyphosate, 2,4-D, GMO Foods, and the Microbiome

The widely used weed killer glyphosate (Roundup™) has been implicated as a cause of chronic kidney disease and cancer. Exposure to glyphosate may alter the microbiome of all of our agricultural soil and seriously alter the intestinal flora of humans and farm animals. Learn how GMO foods are connected with a wide variety of other chronic illnesses because of glyphosate contamination.

10:30am | Morning Break

11:00am | Toxic Chemicals and Their Effect on Autism

12:00pm | Lunch

1:00pm | The Hidden Threat of Mycotoxins

Mycotoxins are some of the most prevalent toxins in the environment. Mycotoxins are metabolites produced by fungi like mold, which can infest buildings, vehicles, and foods. A majority of mycotoxin exposures are through food ingestion or airborne exposure.

1:30pm | Case Studies: Mycotoxins

2:30pm | Break

3:00pm | Case Studies: Environmental Toxins

4:00pm | IgG Food Allergy Testing: Scientific Evidence of its Validity in Chronic Illness

4:30pm | The Importance of DNA Methlylation and MTHFR

Genetic testing, in combination with metabolic testing can help practitioners create the most personalized treatment plans possible for their patients. Mutations (SNPs) in the DNA methylation pathway can cause chronic health problems by affecting neurotransmitters, detoxification, and cardiac health. This presentation will discuss methylation genes including MTHFR, BHMT, AHCY, and CBS. It will also review some of the primary genes relevant to neurotransmitter metabolism and their role in mental health such as COMT and MAOA. Finally, this presentation will discuss treatment options for different genetic variants.


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1501 Gaylord Trail Grapevine, TX 76051


Discover why they say everything is bigger and better in Texas at Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center. Whether you're soaking up views of beautiful Lake Grapevine or standing in awe of their 4.5 acres of lush indoor gardens and riverwalk, this one-of-a-kind resort will take your breath away. Make a splash at the seasonal water park or indoor and outdoor pools, then retreat to some much-needed relaxation in their elegant spa. When it's time to refuel, sip and savor at one of the 10 restaurants, bars and cafes, serving everything from succulent steaks and seafood to traditional Mexican and Italian. Following your feast, head to Glass Cactus Nightclub for live entertainment or take part in one of the many family-friendly activities on site and nearby. Whatever the season, there's always a celebration at Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center.


The Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center is 7 miles from Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport.


Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center

1501 Gaylord Trail Grapevine, TX 76051

1501 Gaylord Trail
Grapevine, TX 76051

Room rate:
A block of rooms is available for a rate of $149/night.  To reserve a room by phone, call the reservations line at  (817) 778-1000.  Use reservation code “GPL". 
PassKey to book online: https://book.passkey.com/event/49519869/owner/18136/home


Dallas Generation Rescue Workshops
from 199.00

Organic Acids Testing Workshop – September 28
Environmental Toxin Testing Workshop
 – September 29
*See schedules under Workshops tab for all workshop details.

Practitioners who attend both days receive a FREE Organic Acids Test, worth $299.00!  

Registration is refundable, minus a $50 processing fee, if your cancellation is received in writing no later than two weeks prior to the workshop date. Attendee substitutions are allowed, but notification must be made within two weeks prior to the workshop date. After this date, under no circumstances will refunds, credits, or substitutions be granted. No refunds or credits will be given to "no shows."

Registrants MUST ATTEND the workshop in order to receive their free test.


  • $199 for one workshop before September 1st
  • $249 for one workshop after September 1st
  • $99 for the second workshop
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Registration is refundable, minus a $50 processing fee, if your cancellation is received in writing no later than two weeks prior to the workshop date. Attendee substitutions are allowed, but notification must be made within two weeks prior to the workshop date. After this date, under no circumstances will refunds, credits, or substitutions be granted. No refunds or credits will be given to "no shows."