Maria Allerton (née Shaflender) discusses a variety of contributing factors and treatment options for Irritible Bowel Syndrome.
Naturopath and Nutritionist Kate Holm joins us today to discuss treatment approaches to addressing neurobehavioural issues in children
What does it mean to “die well?” Dr Mark Donohoe helps us tackle this difficult and moving topic.
Dietician Yvonne Coleman takes us through drug-nutirent interactions.
Naturopath Julie Seamer advocates for a new model of health care where pharmacists, doctors and natural health practitioners can co-manage patients together.
Christine Pope discusses treating patients with cognitive decline and what she’s learned from implementing the ReCODE protocol with her own patients.
Naturopath and acupuncturist Moira Bradifeld discusses the Estrobolome: the totality of all metabolism and conditions related to oestrogen.
Dr Alan Gaby champions hero vitamins, debunks myths and explains controversies in nutritional supplementation and intervention.
Beth Bundy takes us through oestrogen metabolism and some of the controversial research surrounding oestrogen metabolites and cancer risk.
Naturopath and Nutritionist Rhiannon Hardingham discusses the details of evidence-based preconception care.
Naturopath Tanya Wells discusses the full gamut of ways to support cancer patients once they have finished treatment.
It's well established that sugar impacts metabolic health, but have you considered the impact to fertility?
With the help of Sarah Gray from the Olive Wellness Institute, we dive deep into the world of the olive plant and unravel the science that makes this plant a champion when it comes to being a 'food-...
In the third and final episode of the Evolutionary Medicine series, Dr Mark Donohoe gives us a deeper understanding of why dysfunction may be happening as a result of evolution occurring faster than...
In the second episode of this 3 part series, Dr Mark Donohoe and Andrew continue the discussion of evolutionary medicine, discussing how genetics and way of life that used to keep us alive...
In this part one interview: Dr Mark Donohoe explains the concept of evolutionary medicine and how it works, both from the perspective of a pracitioner and within multi-modality...
Dr Christine Houghton discusses the antioxidant dilemma, how certain molecules signal our cells to turn on and off certain genes, and how she uses her G.E.M.M Protocol (Gut Ecology...
Naturopath and sports nutritionist Kira Sutherland discusses the lack of research surrounding women in sports, the challenges surrounding completing research in this area, and some of the...
Naturopath Leah Hechtman returns to FX Medicine to discuss the specifics around adenomyosis: what we know (and what we don’t) about the pathophysiology, how it impacts fertility, and how we can help...
In this episode Naturopath Kate Smyth shares her story of going from causal runner to Olympic athlete in just eight short years, and takes us through the warning signs, causes and treatment options...
Dr Francesca Panzironi discusses the importance of her work with ANTAC and how it has resulted in the incorporation of traditional Aboriginal healers and practices into the orthodox hospital setting
Audra Starkey, aka The Healthy Shift Worker, discusses the impacts shift work can have on a person and identifies key actions workers can take to help mitigate these risks.
Dr Nicola Rinaldi discusses some of the causes and contributors of hypothalamic ammenorhoea (HA), as well as her recommendations to help clients recover from this condition.
Lobbying, Advocacy and Research for the Naturopathic Profession with Prof. Jon Wardle and Dr Amie Steel
Have you ever wondered what lobbying and advocacy actually is and how these could be applied for the direct benefit of the naturopathic profession?
As we deepen our understanding of the gut-brain connection, what's becoming clear is that probiotics may have a powerful role to play in the management of mental health conditions.
What are the key ways to identify whether mould is an underlying factor in your patient's ongoing health issues? In this podcast we will be joined by Amie Skilton who will share with us her personal...
In the second part of this two episode series, Dr Mark Donohoe returns to dive deeper into the various treatments used to combat a poor nights' sleep.
Dr Mark Donohoe; sleep and sleep disorders: separating the facts from the fiction.
Christine Lennon takes us through the latest research and therapeutic implications of PEA and its sister compound: oleoylethanolamide (OEA).
Neuroinflammation: How to we recognise it, what are the implications and how can we help patients back to an improved state of wellbeing?