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?
Dr Ron Ehrlich covers controversial issues in dentistry including the re-mineralisation of enamel, root canal therapy and the health issues surrounding mercury amalgam fillings.
Dr David Perlmutter returns to FX Medicine to discuss how inflammation in the brain influences our mood and actions, and how to make better decisions about our health
Sociologist Dr Monique Lewis discusses her research into how the media frames articles about complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), particularly messages that seek to delegitimise the industry...
Ahead of her key note speaking engagement for the 8th BioCeuticals Research Symposium we are delighted to welcome back Dr Lara Briden to take us through the important, yet largely overlooked, health...
Dr Walsh has been educating medical professionals all over the world how to implement his clinically proven and evidence-based methods for restoring imbalances in neurochemical pathways
Today we are joined by nutritionist Jessica Cox who shares her clinical approach to how, when and why you might incorporate microbiome testing with your patients.
Join Andrew and Dr Eliaz as they explore the mechanisms that underlie the alarm response our immune system initiates in response to infection or attack.
Sexologist Kerrin Bradfield clarifies issues surrounding gender, sexual orientation and identity, and outlines the best ways practitioners can support clients who are LGBTQIA.
Picking up where we left off in Part 1, Amie Skilton joins us again to talk about how we can influence immuniity with herbal medicines.
Taken from our LIVE interactive podcast: Amie Skilton shares her top five nutrients for a robust immune system and takes us on a deep dive into how sugar, alcohol and sleep can...
Integrative and Functional Medicine practitioner Dr Sally Price discusses how singing can boost the immune system and how to keep our voices in optimal shape.
Author and Naturopath Emma Sutherland shares what she has learned about becoming a successful practitioner, the qualities needed to succeed, and tips on how to make your business thrive.
Genevieve Mlotkowski discusses her work in helping parents see the gifts and uniqueness in children with autism, ADD, ADHD and other behavioural conditions.
In the second episode of this two part series, Dr Mark Donohoe returns to discuss treatment considerations Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome, or POTS.
Integrative GP, Dr Mark Donohoe and functional paediatrician, Dr Elisa Song chat about COVID-19 through the lens of functional medicine.
Dr Mark Donohoe returns to discuss Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome, or POTS, a condition affecting the autonomic nervous system.
In this episode, we welcome back Justin Sinclair as we dive into an enlightening discussion on the art and science behind crafting herbal medicine prescriptions.
Is too much science and not enough emphasis on tradition and history risking our idenitfy in herbal medicine, this is the topic Andrew and Justin explore today.
Naturopath and herbalist Paul Keogh discusses the synergy and commonalities between Eastern and Western Herbal Medicine.
Naturopath Tara Nelson discusses some of the main contributors to thyroid dysfunction, important issues to consider when treating thyroid patients, and how to best support ...
Dr Lise Alschuler takes us through updates in the world of breast cancer treatment.
How confident is your clinical management of gestational diabetes(GD)? Today, registered dietitian, nutritionist, and certified diabetes educator Lily Nichols shares her expertise.
Dr Robin Kelly discusses the questionable safety record of 5G, its effects on physcial and mental health and the top 5 myths circulating about electromagnetic frequencies.
In this episode Dr Carrie Jones provides an in depth look the cortisol awakening response and its relevance to our health.
Dr Isaac Eliaz discusses how Galectin-3 is implicated in disease development, as well as the research and ramifications of using modfied citrus protein in the treatment of various disease...
Mark and Andrew have an in depth discussion about glucosamine research and clinical trials as it relates to adverse reactions, shellfish allergies, blood sugar control, types and formulations of...