Dr Johan Van Den Bogaerde, a gastroenterologist and researcher who has a special interest in the microbiome discusses the way we look at ageing and end of life care, the microbiome and blood-brain...
Molecular biologist Dr Nessa Carey takes us through “junk DNA,” how viruses alter our genetic code, and the future of genetic and epigenetic editing.
Dr Genevieve Steiner and Andrew dive deep into the complexity of dementia, exploring diagnosis, progression, contributing factors in its aetiology, and Genevieve’s exciting research on herbal...
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...
If all diseases begin in the gut, and every mouthful of food influences our genes, how do we connect the dots between the gut, our diet and genes?
What if we completely reimagined the way we deliver healthcare? In this look into the future, entrepreneur and health advocate James Maskell discusses his work in revolutionising the medical...
In this episode, Naturopath and Certified Lactation Consultant Julie Cottle shares how best to support the health and wellness of new mothers during the postnatal period.
Nutritionist and fertility specialist Grace Miano discusses the tender subject of miscarraige in an effort to break down the stigma and taboo of miscarriage.
Leaky gut doesn’t syndrome exist! Find out why in this episode with Brad Leech, as he takes us through intestinal permeability.
Compounds on the surface of ginger talk to the genes of our microbiota!
Genomic analyst Lynda Sedley takes us through the latest ideas in genome sequencing and how it will influence the future of natural medicine.
Naturopath Jules Galloway takes us through the presentations and treatment of pyrroluria, but within an important context: always treat the person in front of you, not the disorder.
Dr Janet Schloss discusses her clinical trial researching the effects of medicinal cannabis glioblastoma multiforme, a particularly aggressive type of brain cancer.
Sepsis kills around five thousand Australians per annum and there's a growing body of evidence suggesting that early intervention with IV Vitamin C could save lives.
What does the evidence say about using medicinal cannabis in people with cancer? In this episode, naturopath and researcher Danielle Brown discusses her research in this area.