Rebecca Hughes has a gift for clinical success in skin conditions. Today she shares with us how she approaches eczema and atopic dermatitis cases and what therapeutics she employs to...
Continung on from Part 1, in this episode Beth Bundy takes us through the various ways we can test patient's cortisol and the relevant pros and cons.
Michelle shares with us some of the ways modern day slavery may impact our industry and more importantly, what can be done about it.
We speak to Amie Skilton, who shares with us the underlying mechanisms driving histamine intolerance.
We are now over 60 years and several generations of women in to OCP use as a primary method of contraception and we're only beginning to unravel the long term health consequences.
Affectionately known as The Godfather of Australian Herbalism, Denis Stewart is a herbal medicine luminary. Today, as we pick his brain about one of the most tricky areas of clinical...
Dr Lewis Ehrlich practices the true art of integrative medicine in his dental practice and has so much knowledge to share on how we can connect the dots between oral health and systemic disease.
Today we are joined by Dr Dominic D'Agostino, a leading keto nutrition researcher who takes us through the growing body of evidence for ketone-focused clinical interventions.
Physical examination and patient observation techniques, is sadly becoming a lost art in all forms of healthcare, Dr Nirala Jacobi wants to change all that.
Nicole Bijlsma expertly navigates us through the knowledge gaps in research when it comes to 5G and why we all need to be aware of the potential biological effects to human health as well as the...
According to Dr Daniel Weber, the gut is the second organ system in evolution and is by far, the most complex.
Holistic Paediatrician, Dr Elisa Song joins us to talk about maximising teenage physical and emotional wellbeing.
Dr Van Den Bogaerde shares the current scientific opinion on gut microbial diversity and he discusses his excitement about the research exploring faecal microbial transplants
Dr Kama Trudgen and Helen Padarin discuss how Hope For Health and the TOGETHER Retreats are bringing communities together in Arnhem Land.
How confident are you with personalising amino acid prescriptions based on a person's unique physiology and health needs? Today we talk to Vanita Dahia, author of "Alchemy of Amino Acids" to...
What are the intracellular thieves robbing us of optimal mitochondrial wellbeing and how can we combat these noxious agents?
Could N-acetyl-cysteine help people recover from ice addiction - new research is exploring exactly that!
Those with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) are often the victim of ill-informed stereotypes and lack of compassion for the internal agony they're suffering.
How well do you understand pyrroles? At a cellular level - what are they, how are they formed and does their presence always herald ill-health?
We're chatting to Dan Jones about his passion for educating his peers on how mineral therapy has been a core element in his, almost three decades, of practice.
Not only is Carla a passionate clinical detective and problem-solver of complex conditions but she has become a pioneer for rationalising chronic care through teaching a system she has developed...
How confident are you in your naturopathic examination skills? Today we talk to Katie Barron, who is on a mission to boost the confidence of practitioners in Australia and NZ in the art of...
How familiar are you with borderline personality disorder? Have you heard of Dialectical Behaviour? In this podcast, we talk to Megan Shiells about this therapy and when you might refer clients for...
According to Prof Michael Tirant, integrative dermatology is the way forward. Today he joins us to share his expertise on personalising therapy for psoriasis.
What are the actual mechanisms of inflammatory damage to the brain, and how does the brain initiate healing and cleansing? Dr Brandon Brock joins us to share his expertise.
In this podcast we're joined by culinary genomics expert Amanda Archibald who shares with us what genes can tells us about the foods we choose.
We are joined by Dr Mike Armour to discuss the expansion of research into supporting women with endometriosis and chronic pelvic pain.
Today we are joined by Prof Stephen Myers, a respected academic in complementary and integrative medicine, who shares his educated opinion on this recent move by the Medical Board of...