This webinar series we have collected experts in the field of therapeutic diets. We are looking forward to learning the nuances, tips and tricks of how we can ‘Eat for Health’.
Want to know how you can avoid and sometimes reverse disease with diet? Join us, November 12 to December 9 2021.
November 12 (@2pm AEDT) Dr Deanna Minich “Eating the Rainbow: The Science of Colourful, Plant-based Food and Practical Strategies”.
Dr. Deanna Minich is a nutrition researcher, educator, and functional medicine-trained clinician with a unique approach to nutrition. She is the author of six books on nutrition, wellness, and psychology, and is passionate in helping others to live well using therapeutic lifestyle changes. Very few researchers and clinicians have an understanding of physiology and psychology to the depth Dr Minich has, she will change the way you look at food.
Dr Minich has served on the Institute of Functional Medicine’s Nutrition Advisory Board and curriculum committee, in addition to being a faculty member. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the American Nutrition Association and is President of the American College of Nutrition. Her academic background is in nutritional science, including a Master’s Degree in Human Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Illinois at Chicago (1995), and a Ph.D. in Medical Sciences (Nutrition) from the University of Groningen in The Netherlands (1999). In conjunction with her academic degrees and extensive teaching experience at the university level, she is a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition and a Certified Nutrition Specialist. Dr. Minich has over twenty years of experience working in both the food and dietary supplement industries, is the Vice President of Scientific Affairs for Organic India, serves as advisor to various food, academic and health organisations, and has more than forty published scientific articles in journals such as Nutrients, Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism, and Nutrition Reviews. She teaches for the graduate program (MS) in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine at the University of Western States.
November 18 (7pm AEDT) Candace Coughlan, Natural Health Coach. “Healthy Foods made Simple (and delicious)!”
The food we choose to eat plays a crucial role in our health. Every bite takes us closer or further away from health.
How can we get simple, yet tasty, nutritious foods into our diet?
Join us for a delicious culinary nutrition experience, where you’ll discover the important role food plays in health and vitality and what to eat in order to support your overall health as well as gain practical experience cooking recipes.
All of the recipes are vegetarian; (vegan, gluten, & dairy adaptable) and utterly delicious.
You will walk away from this workshop with:
• An understanding of the best foods to eat for health and what to avoid.
• 3 delicious and tasty recipes.
• A solid grasp of culinary skills that will invite you to cook with confidence
• Empowerment to support healthy eating for yourself, your family and friends
Achieving vitality is effortless when you have the best foods, recipes and culinary skills to accompany you on your health journey.
November 25 (7pm AEDT) Dr Isabel Hunsinger “Prevent Alzheimer’s and Cognitive Decline.”
Dr Isabel Hunsinger is a doctor on a mission, she wants to see people healed. For the past 10 years, her medical practice has focused on functional medicine. Dr Hunsinger works alongside her husband, Culinary Nutrition Expert Chef Michael. Their expertise is in Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Cognitive Decline, Anxiety, Depression, and Diabetes.
Dr Hunsinger has been a medical doctor since 1991, and now specialises in functional medicine. She is a Fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practice and a Member of the Institute of Functional Medicine (USA). Dr Hunsinger’s approach addresses the root cause of disease, using a systems approach, and engages people in a therapeutic partnership.
**SPEAKER CHANGE – WE ARE NOW DELIGHTED TO BE HOSTING GIGI NEOPHYTOU ON DECEMBER 2**
December 2 (7pm AEDT) Gigi Neophytou Holistic Health Coach, Educator and Yoga Instructor. “How to be prepared for healthful eating.”
Gigi is a truly holistic practitioner and educator. In her sessions, Gigi draws on her disciplines of yoga, ayurveda, counselling and nutrition to inspire people to live a more healthful life. Gigi is highly committed to living a healthy life and when you receive advice from her you know it is tried, retested and will work for you in the long term.
December 9 (7pm AEDT) Heidi Hogarth Naturopath. “Holistic Hormonal Harmony.”
Motivated by her own debilitating & lonely experience with depression & pre-menstrual dysphoric disorder, Heidi’s focus in clinical practice lies in supporting others to regain power over menstrual mood cycles and balance body & mind naturally so they can feel calm, confident and empowered. Heidi will speak about hormone balancing via food, supplements and herbs. Heidi is a firm believer body-mind medicine, meaning that balancing your body’s biochemistry has a powerful positive impact on mental and emotional wellbeing. One of the keys to holistic health is learning how to incorporate healthy eating, self-care and good lifestyle choices into our daily routines, so that it feels easy, natural and joyful. Heidi holds a Bachelor of Health Science, Bachelor of Arts, an Advanced Diploma of Naturopathy, a Diploma of Nutrition, and Metabolic Balance Practitioner Certification. She is an accredited fellow of the professional association, the Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS).
Tickets are $49 for the series ($39 for members)
Book here or call 0432 396 701 in business hours to purchase your ticket.
Looking forward to weeks of learning with you!
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