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Nov 01, 18
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Mind-body medicine (MBM) encompasses a variety of therapies that consider the synergy between the mind, body, emotions and behaviour as well as the way in which these, combined with social and spiritual factors, can have a direct impact on an individual’s health and wellbeing.[1]

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Feb 09, 18
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Evidence continues to grow showing that manipulating the gut microbiome can play a role in brain activity and memory. 

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Navigating Epilepsy with Sonya Reynolds

Oct 18, 17
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What would you do if a loved one was diagnosed with Epilepsy? This is the reality of today's guest, Sonya Reynolds, a nutritionist and mother of two, who's eldest daughter was diagnosed with an aggressive, and rare form of epilepsy at age 3.

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Decoding the Sympathetic Nervous System with Michael Solano

Sep 13, 17
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Ahead of his appearance for ATMS at their AGM and Gut-Brain Connection Seminar, we are joined by Michael Solano, who shares with us his clinical experiences and how finding a balance between the  sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems can be a crucial element in the pathways to healing.

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Food and Mood with Dr Deanna Minich

Jun 10, 16
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Dr Deanna Minich speaks to Andrew live from the 4th BioCeuticals Research Symposium about her research background and her protocol for breaking down patient's negative connections with food. 

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Meet Dr David Perlmutter: The Empowering Neurologist

Feb 19, 16
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International best-selling author & integrative neurologist Dr David Perlmutter joins Andrew on the Podcast ahead of his trip downunder for the BioCeuticals Research Symposium.

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Feb 01, 16
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Historically, the adrenal glands have worked to keep us alive during times of stress  such as attacks by wild animals and long winters accompanied by limited food availability. Modern-day stressors are often very different, but are incredibly persistent. 

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Dec 22, 15
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For the first time, researchers have shown in an experimental model that commensal bacteria may affect hunger and satiety through their influence on gut-brain signals and activation of appetite-regulated brain neurons.

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