2020

February
MediHerb, Disordered Gut Terrain, TAS, VIC,QLD,NT,QLD,ACT,NSW,SA,WA
Metagenics, The Pathogen Puzzle, QLD,NSW
Designs for Health free Webinar, The Broken Promise of Vitamin E

March
Metagenics, The Pathogen Puzzle, QLD,NSW,ACT,VIC,TAS,SA,WA,NT,NZ
Bio-Practica, Extending the Healthspan, NZ,QLD,NSW,VIC,SA

April
BioCeuticals, 8th Research Symposium, VIC

May
BioMedica, Oncology Summit, NSW


Mediherb Disordered gut logo

For far too long the GIT, its function and terrain have been viewed rather simplistically, however as research continues to advance the complexities of the GIT are being unmasked. In this seminar series we bring you three presentations which delve deeply into the intricate nature of the digestive terrain and the many ways it can become dysfunctional and manifest as GIT disease. Many dysbiotic and chronic inflammatory gut disorders are increasing at alarming rates and now represent a significant clinical demographic. At the same time, there has been an explosion of new medical research and controversies, to the extent that the busy clinician might find it a challenge to keep their knowledge and understanding up to date. Each expert presenter will share the latest evidence in understanding pathological changes to the GIT terrain and their progression. As well as impart comprehensive clinical approaches to managing each distinct GIT disorder to equip you with effective patient strategies.

Session 1: Navigating GIT Patholoday and the Evolution of Specialised Fibre RX. Presented by Dr Elizabeth Steels or Teneille Newton

Session 2 : New and Advanced Perspectives on Managing Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Presented by Professor Kerry Bone or Adrian Hubner

Session 3: Small Intestional Microbial Dysbiosis (SIMD) and the Damaged GIT Epithelium. Presented by Amina Eastham-Hillier

Cost (incl GST): Practitioners: A$80.00 Students: A$64.00. Purchase Recording Option: A$65.00 Students: A$52.00
Dates: 28th February to 5th April.  Click here for more information

By attending you will have receive: 

  • Comprehensive manual containing all the presentations slides, notes and handouts
  • Practical and useful strategies from leading healthcare professionals
  • Healthy meals*
  • The opportunity to taste and try a range of products*
  • Access to exclusive product specials*
  • Access to the recording, attendance certificate to apply for CPE points and other resources

*Not included when registering for 'Purchase Recording' option.  Note: A personalised certificate is available to download for up to 10 days post the event. Then a generic certificate will be included with the resources and the recording.


Metagenics pathogen puzzle

Advances in the understanding of contagious disease, medicine and hygiene has near eradicated many infectious diseases. Despite this, we are all still affected by infections throughout life, and while some are self-limiting, others have the potential to cause chronic, and at times debilitating disease. Infections have been implicated in prevalent conditions such as cardiovascular disease and myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome. Likewise, autoimmune conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis have been associated with infections.  Whether patients are affected by dysbiosis, fungal, viral or bacterial infections, it can be challenging to determine the source of infection, and the best treatment strategy. Moreover, when stealth or co-infections are involved, understanding how and when to test and treat patients becomes paramount. This seminar will offer practical, clinical tools to assess and address overt and stealth infections, advancing patients journey back to health.
This seminar delves into the role pathogens play in these conditions, to provide practical strategies Practitioners can use to support patients affected by infection and chronic disease.

Why You Should Attend

  • Incorporate the Latest Science into Your Clinical Practice
  • Understand the nature and virulence of different pathogens, including stealth infections.
  • Explore a comprehensive framework that is easily applied to the treatment of both simple and complex infection, and improve host resilience to such infection.
  • Differentiate the role of circadian rhythm disruption, nutrition, metabolism and stress in individual patient susceptibility.
  • Gain confidence in your understanding of when to treat infections in chronic disease, and when to prioritise other treatment strategies.
  • Get updated on the relevance of tick borne illnesses in Australia and New Zealand.
  • Learn the relevance and clinical utility of testing for different infections.

Click here for more information including Venues:
Cost (incl GST)
:  Account holders: $59.85. Students: $35.00.
To Register:  Call Customer Service now on 1800 777 648 (Australia) or 0508 227 744 (New Zealand) to reserve your place today!


Designs The Broken Promise logo

Join us for a one hour interactive webinar on the broken promise of vitamin E and the new breakthrough alternatives. The power of tocotrienols’ anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties for cardiovascular and overall health support. Supported by Lea McIntyre ND; Dr Barrie Tan presents clinically relevant data on tocotrienols’ anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties in the context of cardiometabolic disease, NAFLD, cancer, bone health, and overall cellular health. The webinar will present an overview of the latest randomized trials, and highlight annatto tocotrienols’ role as the “21st century vitamin E” Join the world’s leading tocotrienol researcher in this engaging and educational event to further your knowledge of how tocotrienols’ role in health and clinical intervention have displayed benefits based on a growing body of research. We look forward to sharing our knowledge and resources with you - The DHF Australia Team.

Presenters: 
Dr Barrie Tan is hailed as a trailblazer and the world’s foremost expert on vitamin E. A scientist first and foremost, Dr Tan earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry/ Biochemistry from the University of Otago, New Zealand and has committed himself to the research and development of phytonutrients that reduce and slow chronic disorders.  Dr Tan presents the latest research on Tocotrienols and important antioxidant discoveries. In this exclusive live Webinar, he will:

  • Explain the physiological needs for healthy cellular and heart function
  • Discuss how over 90% of oxidation protection must come from either tocotrienols or tocopherols – and why tocotrienols are the better choice
  • Discuss how tocotrienols have been shown to provide 40-60 times more protection than tocopherols
  • Present an overview of recent science on tocotrienols and their application in clinical practice

Lea McIntyre ND is the Customer Relations and Technical Manager at Designs for Health Australia. With a Bachelors Degree in Health Science and a Masters Degree in human nutrition; Lea has 19 years experience as a qualified naturopath, herbalist and nutritionist.  Lea will moderate the Webinar and:

  • Brings a wealth of experience based on her clinical practice
  • As technical manager for Designs for Health she will be asking the most pertinent questions
  • She brings her passion for paediatric health and gut-health to the webinar

Moderated questions from the audience are presented for discussion between Lea and Barrie. CPE points available
Date:  Wednesday 19th February @ 12pm Click here to register


BioPractica extending healthspan logo

Resilience is the ability of a system or cell to cope with change; to adapt to alterations in the environment. It is the opposite of vulnerability. At a cellular level, resilience is a critical determinant of health, wellbeing, and longevity. Cellular resilience has a tremendous impact on chronic disease risk and healthspan.

In this seminar we will explore how to build cellular resilience and optimise your patients’ ability to thrive in the face of challenges such as toxin exposure, inflammatory stimuli, oxidative stress, nutritional depletion, pathogenic over-load, metabolic acidosis, and chronic psycho-social stress.

Modern science is showing that many of the dietary habits and lifestyle practices that were once common are now being proven to effectively promote cellular resilience. It has become apparent that there was a profound, inherent wisdom in the traditions of our ancestors.

Explore how natural medicines, diet, and lifestyle can be applied to promote improved cellular resilience – with the aim of keeping patients fit and functional for longer.

Cost:  Earlybird $100 until 14th February or $120
6 CPE points
Dates & Venues:

Auckland: 2nd March, Rydges Auckland 59 Federal Street.
Brisbane: 4th March, Brisbane Riverview Hotel Cnr Kingsford Smith Drive & Hunt Street, Hamilton.
Sydney: 6th March, Aerial Function Centre, Sydney Building 10, Level 7/235 Jones St, Ultimo.
Melbourne: 10th March, Amora Hotel, Melbourne 649 Bridge Rd, Richmond.
Adelaide: 11th March, Adelaide Pavilion, Adelaide Veale Gardens, cnr South Terrace & Peacock Rd.
Perth: 13th March, Adelaide Pavilion, Adelaide 112 Melville Parade, Como.

Click here to Register or T. +61 8 8130 8700.


BioCeuticals Symp Logo

The 8th BioCeuticals Research Symposium from 3-5 April at the Grand Hyatt, Melbourne.

Under the theme of Influences on Hormone Health: Diet, Genes and Environment, next year’s Symposium will be hosting world-leading researchers in this important area in order to unravel the nexus of influences and causes of endocrine disorders. Throughout our three-day masterclass, we will aim to workshop and provide effective treatment strategies for even the most complex cases.

Hormone imbalances are becoming increasingly common in the modern world. While even the slightest disruption can affect endocrine health, the compounded effects of sustained emotional stress, exposure to xenobiotics, poor diet, disrupted sleep and genetic factors can often result in a complex and intractable state.

Registrations for the 8th BioCeuticals Research Symposium are now open!Presented by Professor Marc Cohen, well-renowned researcher, teacher and author, this seminar looks at the most recent research on ubiquinol for the health and virility of men in this toxic world.

In addition to diet and lifestyle changes for reducing toxic exposure, ubiquinol can provide assistance in combatting environmental onslaughts on health and in particular on sperm quality, morphology and motility, as well as sleep and sports performance. This seminar incorporates strategies from the latest research which shows how ubiquinol increases antioxidant capacity, improves sleep quality and sensitivity to stress, enhances physical performance and improves sperm parameters.

Venue:  Grand Hyatt,123 Collins St, Melbourne.  Click Here to Register


BioMedica Oncology summit

Making a difference in the life of a person with cancer

The BioMedica Oncology Summit 2020 brings together pre-eminent international and national speakers in the fields of oncology and natural medicine. As the incidence of cancer continues to rise, there is an urgent need to ensure that patients are not only surviving cancer, but living well.

Walk away with:

  • Practical clinical insights from International and National leading integrative oncology physicians, which can be immediately integrated into your clinical practice
  • Increased confidence in delivering effective clinical interventions for patients at various stages of their cancer journey
  • An appreciation of holistic treatment priorities in the cancer patient.

Venue & Date:
International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney): 14 Darling Drive, Sydney.
Saturday 2nd May 2020, 9:00am – 5:00pm, plus cocktail reception post event.

Cost (incl GST):  Early-bird: $195 until 28th February or if sold out prior. Standard price will be $234. Student account holders are eligible for a 20% discount on Summit pass price.

Click here and secure your seat.


 

 

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