Product Comparison

October
Metagenics, The Real Cause of Obesity, QLD,NSW,ACT,VIC,TAS,SA,WA,NT,NZ
BioConcepts Trauma to Triumph, VIC,NSW,SA,QLD,TAS,WA
Integria Healthcare Symposium 2018,QLD
Warren Maginn Free Webinar The Facts About Vitamin A

November
Metagenics, The Real Cause of Obesity,NZ
Ariya, Excipients Know your Trade QLD
Sunray Free Webinar, Compounding for Sports Nutrition
Eagle Webinar, Holistic Care for Modern Pregnancy
MediHerb Webinar, Toxic Exposures and Thyroid Disruption


 Metagenics The Real Cause of Obesity logo

Our body fat levels are tightly regulated by a complex network of hormones and neuronal feedback systems, with every person having a body weight set-point. Emerging science is revealing that in individuals with a higher set-point, weight loss triggers physiological and behavioural responses that literally conspire against them – promoting hunger and reducing their metabolic rate. This seminar will explore the neurobiology of obesity and provide a practical, holistic, dietary and lifestyle program that helps to lower the set-point so patients achieve signifi cant and lasting weight loss.

Incorporate the latest science into your clinical practice:

  • Discover therapeutic strategies that will help lower your patient’s body weight set-point in the brain – allowing permanent weight loss.
  • Learn about the reward triggers of hyperpalatable foods and how they promote addiction-like effects in the nervous system that can sabotage weight loss efforts.
  • Get up-to-date with where the research sits regarding popular dieting strategies, such as time restricted feeding, intermittent fasting, 5:2 dieting, low carbohydrate vs. low fat, and more.
  • Find out about the gut-brain cross-talk occurring in obesity and the critically important role the microbiome plays.
  • Learn how program structure and patient support can be as important as the prescribed dietary intervention. Discover best practice strategies for weight loss and how to implement them into your clinic.

Learn about a new weight management program which includes:

  • Evidence-based dieting options, new recipes and meal plans.
  • Digital tools, offering patient support and education, exercise recommendations and more.
  • Behavioural strategies to support your patients' long-term success.

Your seminar attendance includes:
• A certificate of attendance and a fully referenced, comprehensive seminar manual.
• An overview of case studies and detailed treatment protocols.
• Technical product information.
• New Metagenics clinic support tools to assist in providing the best natural healthcare for your patients.
• A healthy and delicious meal* and a great opportunity to chat with the presenter and network with other Practitioners.
*Meal available for seminar attendees only.

 Register here or Tel 1800777648 Aust or 0508227744 NZ 4th October to 4th November.


Eagle seminar

Australian women are shifting toward bearing children at a median age of 30.7 years. This is older than in previous decades. Later motherhood can have an effect on fertility, where currently one in six couples in Australia experience fertility problems.

The confounders for infertility are multifactorial including hormonal, persistent organic pollutants, disease and lifestyle factors. There is convincing evidence that preconception care increases the likelihood of a healthy foetus, and foetal programming leads to a reduction in many common chronic diseases in later years. Managing parent’s health from preconception through to common ailments such as morning sickness, gastric upset, weight loss, weight gain, gestational diabetes and pre-eclampsia eventuates in a healthy happy baby that is settled and develops well. Teresa Mitchell-Paterson discusses practical caring clinical suggestions for the ultimate health of mother, father and baby from food, supplement safety to home toxins. 

Date: Wednesday, 14 November. Time: 7.30pm NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS
7.00pm SA
6.30pm QLD
6.00pm NT
4.30pm WA
9.30pm NZ

Duration: 75 minutes  (plus 15 minutes for Q&A)

Join Webinar: Registrations close Sunday 11 November 5.30pm AEDT. Purchase Recording & Resources: Registrations close Sunday 25 November 5.30 pm AEDT (or if recording is available sooner)

This educational event is recognised for 1.5 contact learning hours. Please contact your individual association to apply for CPE points.  Click here to register


 

BioConcepts trauma logo

Trauma is central to all mental health presentations. More than just a single “event”, it must be considered in the context of a patient’s susceptibility, co-morbidities and general health status. Here we examine nutritional medicine interventions along the trauma continuum - from desensitisation to first aid, recovery and rehabilitation.

Although the determinants of mental health are complex, the emerging and compelling evidence for nutrition as a crucial factor in the high prevalence of mental health disorders suggests that diet is as important to psychiatry as itis to cardiology, endocrinology and gastroenterology. We have all seen the patient with that familiar complaint - “Ever since that major milestone, things have not been the same”. Whether presenting with anxiety, depression, grief, injury or childhood issues, there is an underlying resonating commonality - trauma. The impact of trauma, its consequences and its subsequent recovery is often an intricate and complex story; but with the support of core nutritional strategies and clinical tools, integrated health practitioners can make a substantial impact on not only how well a patient recovers and rehabilitates mentally after trauma, but also whether
they experience any long-term psychological impact at all.

Presenter: Shilo Mason BBiomedSc (Hons) Biochemistry.
Shilo is a respected Biochemist and Naturopathic health educator with extensive training in complementary medicine. She runs a highly successful clinical practice and complementary healthcare business with experience in acute medicine and integrated psychiatry; including PTSD following stroke, military service, cardiovascular event and childhood trauma. Over the past 15 years she has presented throughout Australia and internationally to integrative medicine practitioners and scientists on a variety of topics including mental health, inflammation and nutrition. She has firsthand clinical and personal experience in the mental health space, having treated a family member back to health following a major traumatic event.

Shilo’s Biomedical background combined with her under- and post- graduate studies in pharmacology, nutrition, herbal medicine, endocrinology, psychology and biochemistry has given her a broad and thorough understanding of both allopathic and complementary medicine. She is renowned for her technical support and practitioner mentoring in the industry and her ability to identify the root cause of complicated health issues.

Learn how to:

  • Understand the commonalities within the complexity of mental health
  • Implement peri-trauma nutritional medicine interventions for the prevention of adverse mental health outcomesfollowing surgery, accident, injury or psychological trauma
  • Use nutritional medicine to promote psychological recovery and rehabilitation

Concepts to be explored:

  • Trauma as a systematic disorder
  • Preventative nutritional medicine interventions
  • Nutritional medicine as first aid
  • Optimising recovery and rehabilitation after a major milestone

Although the determinants of mental health are complex, the emerging and compelling evidence for nutrition as a crucial factor in the high prevalence of mental health disorders suggests that diet is as important to psychiatry as it is to cardiology, endocrinology and gastroenterology. We have all seen the patient with that familiar complaint - “Ever since that major milestone, things have not been the same”. Whether presenting with anxiety, depression, grief, injury or childhood issues, there is an underlying resonating commonality - trauma. The impact of trauma, its consequences and its subsequent recovery is often an intricate and complex story; but with the support of core nutritional strategies and clinical tools, integrated health practitioners can make a substantial impact on not only how well a patient recovers and rehabilitates mentally after trauma, but also whether they experience any long-term psychological impact at all.

Dates:  11th October to 21st November, VIC, NSW, SA, QLD, TAS AND WA.
Click here for Venues and Dates. E This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or T 07 38680699


 Integria Healthcare Symp Banner

The 2018 Integria Healthcare Symposium brings you leading Australian and International industry experts in Environmental Toxicity and Detoxification. Join us as they discuss their perspectives on how toxins adversely affect multiple body systems, blending science with their clinical insights and how to effectively minimise exposure to toxins whilst maximising the body’s own detoxification capabilities. We look forward to seeing you there.

Keynote presenters include:

  • Dr Joseph Pizzorno  pioneer in integrative medicine and founder of Bastyr University.
  • Dr Walter J Crinnion – foremost expert in the field of environmental medicine and advocate for natural medicines for detoxification.
  • Prof Kerry Bone – co-founder of MediHerb and internationally acclaimed phytotherapy expert.

Places are limited and we expect this landmark event to sell out, so register today with Super Early Bird price and secure your place!

Venue: Brisbane Sofitel Central
Date: Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th October
Click here to register


 Research Vit a logo

1. What Exactly is Vitamin A?  Why It’s So Much More Than We Are Often Told
2. How To Get It?  Learn The Hidden Factors You Need To Know
3. Is It Safe?  Learn More About The Truth Of Vitamin A Safety
4. What About In Pregnancy?  Yes That Too
5. What Must Go With It? Some Things Were Meant To Be Together
8. Live QnA with Warren Join discussion and have your questions answered.

Presenter Warren Maginn. Warren is a Clinical Nutritionist and Educator specialising in Functional and Integrative Healthcare.

Warren is passionate about taking a personalised approach to patient care, and supporting fellow healthcare practitioners as well as the general public to gain greater wellbeing, and more personal potential, through the principles of evidence-based Functional Nutrition.

Date and Time: Tues Oct 30th. BRIS: 6:30pm. SYD/MEL: 7:30pm. ADEL: 7:00pm. PERTH: 4:30pm Duration: 45 min.  Click here to register


logo Excipients Ariya

Shilo Mason will be presenting at the upcoming NatPrac seminar this coming November.  The topic?  One that is close to our hearts - Excipients!  We do our best as practitioners to keep our treatments effective and safe, but these little monsters can be hiding in some products and sabotaging your results.  Shilo will discuss what they are and their consequences.  We would love to see you all there to support her!  Click here to register


Compounding Sunray logo

Join Glen Gillard for a FREE evening webinar on how to create your own personalised formulations using ingredients from our Sunray Compounding range. Glen will be discussing and focusing on compounding specifically for sports nutrition.

What will be covered:

  • Sunray Compounding ingredients specifically for sports nutrition
  • The role of Creatine in increasing muscle mass in the elderly and its potential role in Alzheimer’s disease 
  • Using Beta-Alanine in sport for endurance
  • Compounding ingredients for endurance, injury and joint recovery
  • Compounding with SunrayBotanical herbal glycetracts
  • The use of oxygen in sport for optimum performance

Please note there will be a recording available after the event for those who cannot attend on the night. CPE certificates will be issued to those who attend.

Date: 20 November 2018 Time: 6.30pm - 7.30pm. QLD Time (AEST)
To register please contact Amanda on 1800 777 575 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


mediherb toxic exp logo

There are approximately 60,000 new cases of thyroid disease diagnosed in Australia each year. Many of these will be caused by autoimmunity, and most will affect women.

Over the last few decades endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) and heavy metals have emerged as major contributing factors in the pathogenesis of many thyroid diseases. Even some of the ‘safer’ alternatives such as BPS and BPF, to replace BPA, are not so safe after all. A comprehensive understanding of the thyroid gland and factors contributing to thyroid disorders is essential if we are to improve the overall health of our ‘thyroid patients’.

In this seminar Berris will present up-to-date research on the thyroid effects of environmental toxins, including effects in pregnancy and neonatal health. She will discuss how we can support the body’s numerous inherent mechanisms for detoxification and protection against oxidative damage. The presentation will review:

  • The thyroid gland, thyroid hormone synthesis and conversion
  • Thyroid testing
  • The need to look beyond the thyroid
  • Major thyroid disrupting chemicals and how the most common exposures occur
  • The effects of diet on thyroid function
  • Herbal and nutritional strategies to improve detoxification pathways

This educational event is recognised for 1.5 contact learning hours. Please contact your individual association to apply for CPE points.

Click here to Register

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