with Daniel Roytas
PRICES: $75 FOR PRACTITIONERS & GENERAL INTEREST |$55 FOR STUDENTS
Duration: 2 hours (90 mins webinar + 30 mins Q & A)
CPE points: 2
For inquiries please email [email protected]
The human microbiome is one of the most widely researched, yet misunderstood parts of the human body. The current understanding of the microbiome is that there are “good bacteria” which are conducive to good health and “bad bacteria” which cause dysbiosis and disease. But what if there weren’t “good” or “bad” bacteria? What if parasitic, fungal and bacterial infections weren’t actually the cause of disease but the answer to it? What if everything we thought we know about the microbiome was completely misguided? This webinar will challenge everything you thought you knew about the microbiome and might change the way you view the body, health and disease, forever.
This webinar will discuss the following topics;
- The microbiome and its function in health and disease
- Terrain theory and the microbiome
- The false dichotomy of “good” and “bad” bacteria
- Dysbiosis, parasitic and fungal infections are a healing response rather than the cause of disease
- New perspectives around pro-biotic, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-parasitic treatments
- Practical considerations and interventions to promote gut health and wellbeing
Join me on Wednesday the 25th of May at 6 pm AEST for a 90 minute webinar on the microbiome.
If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact [email protected]
Daniel Roytas MHSc (Nutrition), BHSc (Naturopathy), Dip. RM.
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.