In the NEM Practitioner Series Dr Shami, Integrative GP and ACNEM Vice President, speaks with medical and health specialists who are practicing nutritional and environmental medicine (NEM), to get their personal insights and learn how their approach is transforming lives.
In this interview, Dr Shami speaks with Integrative GP and Researcher Dr Sandeep Gupta.
They cover the following in this 13 minute interview:
- Dr Gupta’s brush with illness that led him to revisit nutritional medicine
- What training has Dr Gupta taken in nutritional and environmental medicine
- What kind of patients are you seeing with environmental health issues?
- When should we be thinking about mould toxicity? What sort of symptoms might they be presenting with?
- What is leptin resistance?
- How being overweight and having leptin resistance can potentially be linked with mould
- How did Dr Gupta transition from the way he used to practice, to a more holistic approach
- How does Dr Gupta practice what he preaches?
Dr Sandeep Gupta, MBBS, FRACGP, FACNEM, MA
Dr Gupta is a registered general practitioner, nutritional and environmental medicine specialist and researcher. He graduated from Medical school at the University of Queensland in 1999 and has worked as a cardiology, medical and anaesthetic registrar.
Dr Gupta has received specialised training in integrative medicine and was awarded an ACNEM Fellowship in 2008 and a Fellowship of the Australian College of General Practitioners in 2010. As well as with ACNEM he has also lectured at the University of Queensland Medical Course in Brisbane, for A5M, and the Australian College of Medical Nutrition. He is an active board member for the Australian Chronic Infectious and Inflammatory Disease Society (ACIIDS).
Learn from Dr Gupta at our upcoming Environmental Health online training being released on the 27th November, where you can discover new and exciting ways to expand your practice into this specialised area, and see how it transforms your practice. Register now to secure your place!