Do you want to know more about the health impacts of ‘instability of the human microbiome’? Is it time to question how greater biodiversity and synergism between species contributes to a more resilient ecosystem? Find out how you can support health and wellbeing and reduce the impact of dysbiotic-drift.
As modern-day challenges to the stability of the human microbiome continue to emerge, it has become increasingly important to discover new, promising treatments that address the health and balance of the holobiont, as opposed to just the disease. As adversity is unavoidable – taking steps to improve ecological resilience is critical.
Join Jessica Simonis, health scientist and clinical nutritionist, in The Microbial Web: Navigating the Science of Probiotic Prescribing.
Topics covered include:
- the effects of the earth’s ecosystem and the careful balance between species diversity for health of the planet and the human body.
- influence of the environment on the symbiotic partnership
- bi-directional flow of communication that exists between humans, microbial communities, and earth.
Find out why Jessica believes microbial evolution across the lifespan or ‘dysbiotic drift’ may contribute to the gradual loss of microbial diversity for the individual and collective human microbiome and what this means for future health.
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Jessica is a qualified Nutritionist and Western Herbalist with over 14 years experience within the natural medicine field including clinical practice, regular presenting roles, content writing, journal editing and nutrition program development. Jessica is a dedicated and passionate therapist who has worked across Victoria in a number of multi-disciplinary and…View More