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Gut and Mental Health

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East Fremantle Lawn Tennis Club

Jerrat Drive

East Fremantle, WA 6158

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Come along to these popular talks and find out what highly respected Dr Sally Price and NP Jille Burns have to share from their vast experience in Gut Health. They are key speakers to professional practioners and now they are holding a series of 3 talks to the general public. Their aim is to empower people with up to date information on optimising their health to live happier, vibrant and vital lives today.

Dr Sally Price, MBBS, FRACGP, FACNEM, DipRACOG, (Grad Dip Primary Care) is a highly respected General Practitioner in Functional Nutritional Medicine, Integrative Medicine as well as an Ayurvedic Practitioner. Dr Price uses an integrative approach along with traditional natural Ayurvedic practices to facilitate healing at a Spirit/Mind/Body level to a wide range of health issues for both adults and children. She is a highly regarded successful lecturer to integrative GPs and health practitioners speaking at the Inaugural ASLM Conference on the Microbiome and Mental Health as well as participating in successful lecture Panel sessions. She has participated in the Multidisciplinary Conference of Health Professionals working towards her passion of putting Lifestyle Medicine on the agenda.

NP Jille Burns, RN BAppSc, PGradDipHlthSc, MNurs, Cert II NEM (ACNEM) is an author, health coach, professional mentor and the Director of Healthy Vitality. She hosts workshops, seminars and retreats for health professionals including General and other Health Practitioners. She is a well known speaker on topics such as Genetics and personalised medicine, nutrigenomics and the use of genetic testing for motivating behavior change, Coeliac Disease and Non-Coeliac Gluten Sensitivity, as well as gut microbiome and the implications for mental health.

What you will learn;

What is gut brain axis?

How does what we eat influence our mental health? Why is it relevant?

Could anxiety and depression be reduced by altering food?

The evidence is that the brain is affected by the vagus nerve, inflammation and neurotransmitters which are all influenced by the activity of the gut.

How are these mechanisms affected by everyday activities and food intake?

What if could we alter our gut microbiome and therefore our mental health?

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