In celebration of International Women’s Day, our ambassador Emma Sutherland revisits several of our recent podcasts featuring leading women practitioners and highlights the key clinical pearls that focus on supporting the health of the women in our lives.
Emma Sutherland and Dr Nicola Gates discuss menopause, particularly the impact oestrogen has on brain function.
Naturopath and acupuncturist Moira Bradifeld discusses the Estrobolome: the totality of all metabolism and conditions related to oestrogen.
Beth Bundy takes us through oestrogen metabolism and some of the controversial research surrounding oestrogen metabolites and cancer risk.
The role of bacteria within the human body is increasingly being shown to have a diverse range of effects on health and disease. A relatively new microbiome concept, within the body, is that of the estrobolome. This is the congregation of bacterial genetic enzyme expression, which influences oestrogen kinetics and is responsible for metabolising oestrogen.
Tanya Wells discusses the role of oestrogen in ER+ breast cancer, taking us through oestrogen clearance, genetics, how to support clients with this type of cancer, and how to prevent reoccurrence after remission.
Research increasingly implicates a link between the significant array of exogenous chemicals humans are continually exposed to, and many suboptimal health and chronic disease states experienced by the population.
The health status of the female reproductive cycle is a reflection of both local and systemic health. The wide range of signs, symptoms and disorders that can occur as a result of an imbalanced cycle can present as ...