We are living in an age where nearly all our patients will be experiencing some degree of dysbiosis. In this webinar, Dr Jason Hawrelak will discuss the importance of a healthy, well-balanced gastrointestinal microbiome, outline the main reasons behind the current epidemic of dysbiosis, and highlight treatment strategies that can be used to improve the state of this ecosystem and diversify a dwindling microbiome.
This webinar explores the importance of the GIT microbiome and the ever-growing list of health conditions now being associated with dysbiosis. Presented by Dr Jason Hawrelak, the webinar explores the main reasons behind the growing dysbiosis epidemic – from a diet, food additive, and medication perspective, and discusses approaches that can be used to nurture the GIT microbiome and improve its diversity.
Presenter: Dr Jason Hawrelak, PhD
Jason is a research scientist, educator, nutritionist, and Western herbalist with more than 18 years’ clinical experience. His passion for gastrointestinal health, the human microbiome, and probiotics was ignited during the final year of his clinical training. Subsequently, Dr Hawrelak did his Honours (First Class) and PhD degrees in the areas of the gastrointestinal microbiota, irritable bowel syndrome, the causes of dysbiosis, and the clinical applications of pre- and probiotics. He has written extensively in the medical literature on these topics – including 16 textbook chapters – and his research has been cited over 800 times. Dr Hawrelak regularly presents to other health professionals on the gut microbiome, probiotics, optimising gut health, and managing gastrointestinal conditions with natural medicines nationally and internationally.
Duration: 1 hour, including 15 minutes Q&A
Cost: $50 ACNEM Members, $75 non-members, $15 ACNEM Student Members
Recording: You will receive an email with a link to the recording within 48hrs of making payment.