Danny Urbinder has worked in the health industry for over 20 years. A qualified Naturopath who graduated from the Southern School of Natural Medicine, Danny was a lecturer in Nutritional Biochemistry at the Australian College of Natural Medicine for many years. He also worked for several years in functional pathology with ARL as their Technical Service Manager. Today, he is the Head of Education of one of Australia's leading nutraceutical companies.
Explore the research examining the use of probiotic therapy as a safe and effective alternative to antibiotics in lactational mastitis.
With the growing focus on the human microbiome there has been a profound shift in our understanding of the role of the gut in health and disease.
The human detoxification system is a delicate and complex process involving three distinct phases. However, it is only very recently that we have elucidated the function and significance of Phase III. We now understand that any successful therapeutic management of detoxification requires us to restore, manage and augment this phase, which can then have profound implications for health and resilience.
With the meteoric rise in popularity of complementary and integrative medicine we would like to recognise those who have shaped the landscape of our industry.
Motherwort is a perennial plant indigenous to central Europe and Scandinavia, but it is also found in the area spanning termperate Russia to central Asia.
It is a mild sedative and hypotensive, and as this study demonstrates, exhibits an analgesic effect too.