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Interpreting Hemochromatosis

with Daniel Roytas


Date: Wednesday 24th February 2021

Time: 6pm AEST (QLD) / 7pm AEDT (NSW/VIC)

Duration: 1.5 hours (60 mins webinar + 30 mins Q & A)

CPE points: 1.5

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Interpreting Hemochromatosis

Hemochromatosis is a genetic condition that impairs the regulation of intestinal iron absorption, leading to an increased deposition of iron within the parenchymal tissues of the liver, heart and pancreas. Between 1 in 150 and 1 in 200 Australians of northern European descent are affected, with an estimated annual cost of $274 million. Early diagnosis and treatment of hemochromatosis usually results in minimal long term adverse effects and does not seem to have a significant impact on life expectancy. If undiagnosed, or improperly managed, hemochromatosis can lead to considerable tissue damage to the liver, heart and pancreas.

Complementary medicine practitioners are likely to encounter patients with hemochromatosis in their clinic. One of the most common strategies employed by clinicians is based around dietary recommendations to minimize iron consumption, however many clinicians may not realize that there are a range of other evidence-based strategies that can be utilized to achieve optima health outcomes for their patient’s.

This free webinar will provide clinicians with;

  1. A better understanding of the aetiology, pathophysiology and clinical management of hemochromatosis.
  2. Useful clinical tips in the assessment of a patient’s iron status.
  3. Information about interpreting patient’s pathology test results.
  4. Dietary management strategies to better regulate iron status.
  5. A review of nutritional and herbal therapeutic interventions.


Daniel Roytas MHSc (Nutrition), BHSc (Naturopathy), Dip. RM, MANTA.

Daniel is a naturopath, nutritionist and physical therapist with over 10 years clinical experience. He has lectured at many of Australia's leading natural medicine colleges and Universities and is currently the senior lecturer of nutritional medicine at a leading educational institute. He has authored several chapters in a number of textbooks on Complementary and Alternative Medicine, and delivered webinars and face to face lecturers on interpreting blood tests and clinical examination for over 5 years. Daniel is passionate about helping clinicians improve their knowledge so that they can get optimal outcomes for their clients.