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Dr Bradley McEwen

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Dr Bradley McEwen

Dr Bradley McEwen PhD is a nutrition expert, naturopath, herbalist, educator, researcher, and mentor with over 19 years clinical experience. He received his Doctor of Philosophy (Medicine) from the University of Sydney and a Master of Health Science (Human Nutrition) from Deakin University, among other qualifications. He has numerous original research and review articles published in peer-reviewed journals. Bradley has a passion for education and research. His research interests include the effects of diet and nutrition on cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cardiometabolic syndrome, depression, anxiety, and polycystic ovary syndrome. Bradley has a strong passion for seeing people succeed and achieve their goals.

May 30, 2019

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?

Oct 24, 2018

In Part 2, Brad and Andrew dive into the key evidence-based interventions for cardiometabolic syndrome. 

Oct 11, 2018

Cardiometabolic syndrome(s) account for more deaths in Australia than any other single disease. In today's podcast we're joined by Dr Bradley McEwen to tap into his expertise on this topic. 

Sep 07, 2018

There has been an increase in the prevalence of food allergies over the past 20 years and it is now becoming an important public health issue.[1-3] Food allergies are defined as an adverse reaction arising from an immune response to a food or foods.[1]

Can NAC improve the cardiometabolic profile of women with PCOS
Aug 10, 2018

NAC shows promise in the management of cardiometabolic parameters in women with PCOS, via reducing insulin resistance, blood glucose levels and improving lipid profile.

The importance of minerals for cognitive development in children
Jun 15, 2018

Optimum nutrition is fundamental for the development of a child’s full potential and there are studies that link chronic undernutrition and micronutrient deficiency to cognitive deficits.