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2nd BioCeuticals Research Symposium

Event Location

Date: 11th April 2014 - 12th April 2014
Location: Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, 61-101 Phillip Street, Sydney, NSW 2000.
Sofitel Wentworth Sydney is the city's original luxury hotel, located in the heart of the CBD, surrounded by the luxury shopping, Sydney Harbour, the NSW Art Gallery and Botanical Gardens. 61-101 Phillip Street SYDNEY NSW Australia 2000

Event Details


  • New research and cutting edge interventions for better clinical outcomes
  • Revealing the real causes of chronic disease
  • Uncovering critical risk factors which commonly undermine patient health
  • Critical strategies for complex cases

Topics include

- Dyslipidemia, hypertension and cardiovascular disease
- Cancer development and progression
- Nutrigenomic and epigenetic influences on chronic lifestyles
- An individualised approach to type 2 diabetes
- Renal nutrition and the role of synbiotics for treating kidney disease
- Obesity management
- Infant probiotics for allergy prevention
- Inflammatory/immune regulation through the gut and gut bacteria


  • Celebrity Chef Pete Evans inspired lunch on Saturday 12 April
  • Meditation teacher Petrea King to be the guest speaker at the Symposium Gala Dinner
  • Exhibitors include Nutripath, Blackmores Professional, DSM, Quest for Life Foundation & HealthEase
  • Book signing by International Keynote Speakers

Please click here to view the program.

Important Dates

Early-Bird Registration Opens                    CLOSED

Early Bird Registration Closes                     Sunday, 2 February 2014

Standard Registration Opens                      Monday, 3 February 2014

2nd BioCeuticals Research Symposium 11-12 April 2014

Conference Dinner                                     Friday, 11 April 2014




Plenary: On the Precipice of a Revolution in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease


Dr. Mark Houston

1. Identify current top 5 cardio vascular risk factors

2. Discuss the importance of advanced lipid profiles, visceral obesity and dysglycemic parameters as factors in cardiovascular disease.

3. List 3 reasons to justify the value of 24hr ambulatory bp monitoring.

4. Explain the value of non-invasive vascular testing.

Plenary: Healthease


Dr Raymond Schwartz


Plenary: Obesity



Dr Robert Buist


1. List the main causes of the obesity epidemic

2. Recognise key physiological indicators often occurring in an obese patient.

3. identify typical co-morbidities

4. Explain the relevance of sleep and stress in obesity.

5. Appraise how willpower can be supported and developed.

Plenary: Probiotics and Mastitis


Belinda Reynolds



Plenary: Probiotics and allergy prevention


Associate Professor John Sinn


1. discuss the potential of prebiotics and probiotic bacteria added to infant feeds to prevent sensitisation of infants to dietary allergens.

2.Evaluate recent meta analysis linking use of probiotics and eczema reduction in children.

3. Identify the species of bacteria used in treatment of allergy in children.

4. Discuss the emerging evidence with the use of prebiotics in the prevention of eczema and asthma in children.


Plenary: Achieving Wellness – a hierarchy of what is important



Dr Michael Murray (USA)


1. Discuss a definition of health as proposed by Dr. Murray

2. Identify the key factors contributing to wellness.

3. Appreciate the roles of social, psychological, dietary and lifestyle factors in wellness .

4. Create a hierachy of wellness.

5. Discuss relevant results from recent medical literature in the field of wellness.

Parallel Workshop 1: Obesity – clinical perspectives/case studies


Dr Robert Buist


1. Identify changes that can be made to normalize food intake and improve the quality of selected food.

2. Appreciate how calorie restriction leads to so many positive health effects including longevity.

3. Discuss the different types of fats and carbohydrates


Parallel Workshop 2: Probiotics/pregnancy – clinical workshop


Amie Skilton



Parallel Workshop 1: Natural approaches to inflammation


Dr Michael Murray (USA)


1. List dietary factors linked to producing inflammation.

2. Identify the role of the gastrointestinal tract in inflammatory conditions.

3. Understand how proteolytic enzymes can be used in autoimmune conditions.

4. Appreciate how stress, insulin resistance, and attitude all impact silent inflammation

5. Explain how curcumin and other natural products turn off inflammatory processes.


Parallel Workshop 2: Probiotics and allergy management – case studies


Associate Professor John Sinn


1. Discuss the proposition that the composition of the intestinal microflora may be different in individuals with atopic eczema from those without this condition.

2. Acknowledge the potential of prebiotics and probiotic bacteria to prevent sensitisation of infants to dietary allergens.

3. Discuss case studies presented and demonstrate an understanding of the potential of probiotics and prebiotics for the prevention of allergic disease.


Q&A with Mark Donohoe



Mark Donohoe






Introductory comments – clinical perspective


Dr Mark Donohoe



Plenary talk + Q&A: Evolutionary basis for human nutrition – health implications for century diets


Prof. Loren Cordain


1. Identify the seven key dietary nutritional characteristics of ancestral hominin diets.

2. Understand the effect of diet related chronic diseases in Western world.

3. Identify nutritional characteristics of modern foods.

4. Realise the multi factorial dietary causes of specific  chronic diseases.

5. Describe the effect modern diet is having with regard to the human genome.

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Panel discussion – Is there a role for integrative medicine in specialist practice


Healthease Group



Plenary talk: Synbiotics – an emerging treatment for kidney disease


Megan Rossi


1. Demonstrate knowledge of the role of the bacterial environment in the gut and the production of kidney failure toxins.

2. Identify the two key uremic toxins generated solely from the gut bacteria.

3. Appreciate the benefits of synbiotic therapy in the CKD population.


Molecular genetics of migraine – implications for their development


Lyn Griffiths


1. Appreciate the genetic involvement in familial hemiplegic migraine.

2.Demonstrate understanding of hormonal triggers of migraine in women.

3. Demonstrate understanding of vascular triggers of migraine

4. Discuss the potential importance of pharmacogenetic interventions in migraine treatment.


Plenary talk: Integrative approach to diabetes


Dr Gary Deed


1. List 5 cardiometabolic diseases.

2. Identify 3 risk reduction strategies in cardiometabolic diseases.

3. Explain the roles of genomics, inflammation, nutritional and hormonal imbalances in cardiometabolic diseases.

Plenary talk: The push of insulin resistance and the pull of energy in malignancy


Dr Lise Alschuler (USA)


1. Identify systemic insulin resistance as is one of the most critical risk factors for cancer development and progression.

2. Explain the link between insulin resistance and cancer from mechanistic, epidemiological and clinical perspectives.

3. List the carcinogenic mechanisms of action of insulin resistance.

4. Appreciate the molecular and pathophysiological carcinogenic impacts of stress.

5. Discuss clinically relevant and scientifically studied stress reduction strategies and interventions.

6. Explore ways to interact with patients about stress and cancer without implying blame or guilt.

Parallel Workshop 1: Essentials of renal nutrition


Dr Katrina Campbell and Megan Rossi


1. Demonstrate an understanding of the prevalence of Chronic kidney disease (CKD).

2. Identify the cornerstone of CKD management.

3. Illustrate a basic understanding of renal nutrition.

4. Identify macro nutrients and key minerals identified as essential for kidney health in the latest published studies.


Parallel Workshop 2: TBA


Lyn Griffiths



Parallel Workshop 1: Integrative approach to diabetes – case studies


Dr Gary Deed


1. Identify process to create individualised management for patients.

2. Appraise the use of management templates.

3. Analyse principles of assessment, investigation, and interventions for  common chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes.

Parallel Workshop 2 Case management of breast cancer


Dr Lise Alschuler (USA)


1. Demonstrate a working understanding of the use of biomarkers and hormonal analysis to establish the extent of breast cancer.

2. Be able to prescribe evidence-based nutritional and herbal therapies for use in the prevention and management of breast cancer.

Venue Information


Symposium hotel
Sofitel Sydney Wentworth
61-101 Phillip St, Sydney

Please follow the link to access the best available rate. This is subject to availability and we encourage you to book early to avoid disappointment.
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Please see below a list of alternative hotel suggestions that are within a 10 - 15 minute walk to the symposium venue. Bookings must be made with these hotels directly:

Medina Serviced Apartments  
1 Hosking Place, Sydney

Travelodge Philip St
165 Philip St, Sydney

Citylodge Hotel
Level 2/15-17 Hunter St, Sydney

The Menzies Sydney
14 Carrington St, Sydney


Public Transport In Sydney

  • Sydney's Kingsford Smith International and Domestic Airport - 10 kilometres, approximately 25 minutes’ driving time, taxi service available, shuttle bus service from hotel to airport
  • Bus stop - 20 metres
  • Wynyard Train Station - 500 metres
  • Martin Place Train Station - 300 metres
  • Circular Quay Ferries - 700 metres
  • Light rail (tram) - 1.5 kilometres

Sofitel Sydney Wentworth is located in Phillip Street, in the financial heart of the Sydney CBD. The hotel is only ten kilometres from Sydney's Kingsford Smith Airport.
500 metres from the nearest ferry, train and bus stops and only minutes from all the attractions for which Sydney is famous, including the Opera House, Circular Quay, The Rocks and the Royal Botanic Gardens. Sofitel Sydney Wentworth is opposite the Chifley Tower and in immediate proximity to all the cities top boutiques, department stores and arcades.

Driving Directions From Airport

  • Follow on to the Eastern Distributor - toll for north-bound cars of $4.
  • Near toll booths select "City North" lane. After paying toll take the Macquarie Street exit. At the top of the rise off the exit, you will see the State Library on your left and the Royal Botanic Gardens on your right, and a set of traffic lights.
  • Proceed through lights across Macquarie Street, and into Bent Street.
  • Proceed through next set of lights at Phillip Street and take the next left into Bligh Street. (The third set of lights since the toll booth)
  • Secure Parking will be on your left hand side (approx 100 metres). Guest parking for 24 hours is charged at $50.00.

Gala Dinner

The conference dinner will provide an opportunity to catch up with old friends and meet new colleagues. You will be treated to a beautiful three course meal with wines as well as a captivating presentation & entertainment which to leave you feeling inspired & energised.

Date: Friday, 11 April 2014
Time: 1900 - 2300
Location:  Sofitel Sydney Wentworth
Tickets: $95 per full delegate, $150 for additional guest/day only registration

Our Speakers

Dr Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO

Lise Alschuler is a naturopathic doctor with board certification in naturopathic oncology and has been practicing since 1994. She graduated from Brown University with an undergraduate degree?in Medical Anthropology and received a doctoral degree in naturopathic medicine from Bastyr University. Dr Alschuler is past-President of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and a founding board member and current President of the Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians. She is a sought-after speaker for professional audiences on various subjects within integrative healthcare and she is the Executive Director of TAP Integrative, a nonprofit educational resource for integrative practitioners. Dr Alschuler is the co- founder of Five To Thrive, LLC., which has developed the iTHRIVE Plan SaaS mobile web application that creates customized wellness plans for cancer survivors. She maintains a naturopathic oncology practice out of Naturopathic Specialists, based in Scottsdale AZ. ?


Integrative Cardiovascular Medicine: Dyslipidaemia and Hypertension

Mark C. Houston, MD, MS, ABAARM, FACP, FAHA, FASH, is associate clinical professor of medicine at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine; director of the Hypertension Institute and Vascular Biology; and medical director of the Division of Human Nutrition at Saint Thomas Medical Group, Saint Thomas Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee. He is also on the faculty of the University of South Florida for the Functional and Metabolic Medicine Fellowship. He is chief medical officer for Destination Medical Centres in the United States, which is part of MVP Holdings, LLC.
He is triple board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, the American Society of Hypertension (ASH), and the American Board of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine (ABAARM). He also has a master of science degree in human nutrition.
Dr Houston has presented over 10 000 lectures nation- ally and internationally and has published more than 200 articles and scientific abstracts in peer reviewed medical journals. He is on the consulting editorial board for many medical journals and is editor-in-chief for JANA (Journal of the American Nutraceutical Association). He is an author and teacher and is active in clinical research.
Dr. Houston specializes in hypertension, lipid disorders, prevention, and treatment of cardiovascular diseases, nutrition, clinical age management and general internal medicine with an active clinical and research practice as well as teaching responsibilities for Vanderbilt medical students, interns and residents.

Dr Michael Murray

Dr. Murray is one of the world’s leading authorities on natural medicine. He has published over 30 books featuring natural approaches to health. His research into the health benefits of proper nutrition is the foundation for a best-selling line of dietary supplements from Natural Factors, where he is Director of Product Development. He is a graduate, former faculty member, and serves on the Board of Regents of Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington.

For the past thirty years, Dr. Murray has been compiling a massive database of original scientific studies from the medical literature. He has personally collected over 60,000 articles from the scientific literature, which provide strong evidence on the effectiveness of diet, vitamins, minerals, herbs, and other natural measures in the maintenance of health and the treatment of disease.

Dr. Murray has dedicated his life to educating physicians, patients, and the general public on the tremendous healing power of nature. In addition to his books, which have cumulative sales of over four million copies, Dr. Murray has written thousands of articles, appeared on hundreds of radio and TV programs, and lectured to hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.

Dr Loren Cordain

Dr Loren Cordain, BSHs MS PhD, is a Professor in the Department of Health and Exercise Science at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.  His research emphasis over the past 20 years has focused upon the evolutionary and anthropological basis for diet, health and well being in modern humans.  Dr Cordain''''''''s scientific publications have examined the nutritional characteristics of worldwide hunter-gatherer diets as well as the nutrient composition of wild plant and animal foods consumed by foraging humans.  Using ancestral dietary characteristics as an organisational template, Dr Cordain and colleagues have made unique contributions to our understanding of optimal diets for contemporary people.  Specifically, Dr Cordain’s international research team has uncovered previously unrecognised dietary triggers for acne and myopia and has shown how certain nutritional characteristics of the western diet are responsible for these and other ubiquitous “diseases of civilisation”. 
Currently, Dr Cordain is exploring the connection between dietary elements that increase intestinal permeability and the development of autoimmune diseases. Dr Cordain is the author of more than 100 peer review publications, many of which were funded by both private and governmental agencies.  He is the recipient of the Scholarly Excellence award at Colorado State University for his contributions into understanding optimal human nutrition as well as the American College of Medicine’s Denham Harmon Award for the most influential scientific paper in 2004.  He has lectured extensively on the "Paleolithic Nutrition" concept world wide, and has written five popular books (The Paleo Diet [N.Y. Times Bestseller], Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; The Paleo Diet for Athletes, Rodale Press; The Paleo Diet Cookbook, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; The Paleo Answer, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and The Dietary Cure for Acne) summarising his research findings.

Dr Mark Donohoe, Integrative Medicine Practitioner

Dr Donohoe has worked in private practice since 1983 and has specialised in integrative, environmental and nutritional medicine for 27 years. He was awarded Fellowship of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (FACNEM), and in 1994 was elected founding president of the Australian Comprehensive Medicine Association (ACMA), which has since become the Australian Integrative Medicine Association (AIMA). From 2004 to 2010, he was president of the Natural Health Care Alliance (NHCA).
Dr Donohoe is a former medical director of the Environmental Medicine Centre (EMC), a multidisciplinary hospital environmental unit and outpatients department that collaborated with the University of newcastle in clinical research, leading to peer reviewed papers in medical literature, including the Medical Journal of Australia. Recently, Dr Donohoe has joined the Blackmores Institute as medical editor.

Dr Robert Buist BSc(Hons), PhD, DC, DO

Dr Robert Buist, Australia’s leading nutritionist, has more than 20 years of experience in the health industry from research to clinical practice, teaching and product formulations. Dr Buist’s research has covered such areas as glucose metabolism and the development of new drugs for the treatment of asthma and heart disease.
Dr Buist lectures extensively around Australia and overseas to doctors, pharmacists and other health professionals. He is a regular nutrition expert on radio and television and was Editor-in-Chief of the international Clinical Nutrition Review for 22 years. He directs a private nutritional medicine clinic in Sydney and has produced over 20 research papers and three best-selling nutrition books: Food Intolerance, Food Chemical Sensitivity and The Cholesterol Myth.

Ms Megan Rossi BHlthSc (Nutrition & Dietetics) (Hons I), APD

Megan Rossi graduated from Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition & Dietetics) Hons I in 2009. Megan has a clinical dietetics background and currently works at Princess Alexandra Hospital part-time in conjunction with part-time private practice and is also undertaking her PhD at the University Of Queensland School of Medicine investigating synbiotic therapy in Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) management. In her first year of her PhD Megan received best oral presentation at the XVI International Congress of Renal Nutrition and Metabolism and was a UQ finalist in the Uniquest Trailblazer competition for her preliminary PhD work. Megan has received $75 000 from the Princess Alexandra Research Foundation to undertake a Synbiotic intervention in the CKD population which will begin recruitment in April 2013.

Dr Gary Deed MBBS(1st class Hons) UQ, FACNEM, Dip Herb Med MRACGP

Dr Gary Deed is a Past President of Diabetes Australia - Queensland and was Diabetes Queensland Board member from 1995-2006. He has since rejoined the Diabetes Queensland board and has been a member since November 2009. He is also the Past National President Diabetes Australia 2006 - 2009. Gary is involved in a range of national initiatives to support all types of diabetes and has worked on several government committees including development of the AUSDRISK tool; submissions to HHRC; Obesity Senate Enquiries. He is also a consultant to National and International agencies involved in diabetes prevention, management and services. Gary is also patron of MINDD Foundation and a Medical Director of Mediwell Coorparoo. Having type 1 diabetes has made Gary personally aware of the needs of people living with diabetes.  Professionally he has been involved in the support of individuals and their families but through his work with Diabetes Queensland and Diabetes Australia, also understands the broader community needs to assist people with diabetes.  He is keen to support those most disadvantaged who carry a greater burden - type 1 people and their families; indigenous and cross cultural groups. Gary sees a need for greater government and community emphasis on prevention across all spectrums of diabetes and particularly assisting children at greatest risk.

Assoc Prof John Sinn MBBS (Syd), Dip Paed, DCH, MMed (Cl. Epi.), FRACP

Dr John Sinn graduated from Sydney University in 1989. He did his paediatric training at Royal Alexandria Hospital for Children at Camperdown and The Children''''s Hospital at Westmead. He was a fellow in neonatology at Royal Prince Alfred and The Children''''s Hospital from 1993 to 1996. He was appointed a Consultant Neonatologist / Developmental Paediatrician in 1997 at Westmead Hospital and a Visiting Allergy Consultant at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Allergy Unit. He joined Royal North Shore Hospital in 2007 as a Consultant Neonatologist and was appointed as a Consultant Allergist in the Department of Immunology and Allergy at RNSH. He is a conjoint Clinical A/Professor in Paediatric and Child Health, (The Children''''s Hospital Westmead) and Neonatology (University of Sydney, Royal North ShoreHospital). He has a Master degree in Clinical Epidemiology from University of Sydney. He is the president of the Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand (PSANZ NSW) and is the Congress Planning Liaison Officer for PSANZ. He has organised many national and international conferences including the Sydney 2012 FAOPS/PSANZ . He is on the Paediatric committee for Australian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy. He is the coordinator of the Post Graduate Master degree in Paediatrics (Neonatology) (University ofSydney). He is on the National Neonatal Resuscitation CommitteeHis research interest area includes nutrition and allergy. He has published many Cochrane reviews on allergy prevention which are the main reference papers around the world. He is on the committee of World University Network (WUN) which reports to United Nations and WHO on strategies to prevent the escalating allergy rates around the world. He is a regular invited speaker in nutrition, allergy prevention, prebiotics, probiotics, Vitamin D, Omega 3 and TPN, nationally and internationally. He is the chair of the NSW TPN committee. As part of his immunology / immunization interest, he is the chief investigator of theMaternal Pertussis study and investigator for the Probiotic Study (PROPREM)which were both awarded NHMRC funding.

Dr Paul Bird BMed (Hons), FRACP, PhD, Grad Dip MRI

Dr. Bird graduated with Honours from the University of Newcastle in 1992. Upon completion of his Rheumatology training, he undertook a PhD at UNSW examining imaging as a predictor of outcome in patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis. In addition to a busy clinical practice he maintains an interest in teaching and research. He is a senior lecturer at UNSW, teaching and examining medical students and postgraduates.

Dr Katrina Campbell PhD, APD

Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Princess Alexandra Hospital with a track record in clinical nutrition research. She has received over $2 million in research funding with her interests including the nutritional management of renal disease, and dietary intervention trials; and validation of nutrition assessment tools. Katrina is the Primary Investigator of the CKD.QLD Nutrition Study.

Dr Jason Kaplan BSc(Med) MBBS(Hons) FRACP FCSANZ

A General Adult Cardiologist in Private practice with Sydney Cardiology Group, Dr Kaplan specialises in Cardiac Imaging, Sports and Preventative Cardiology. He completed his Cardiology training at Royal Prince Alfred hospital in 2010 following extra training in Adult Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology which allows him to take a holistic view of patients’ health. As well as a busy clinical practice, he is a regular presenter and speaker at seminars on cardiac wellness and heart attack prevention, and is a guest presenter on radio 2UE’s Healthy Living show. He teaches medical students through the University Of Sydney and has practices in Sydney’s CBD, North and North West.

Dr Raymond Schwartz MBBS FRACP PhD

As the visiting medical officer at St George Public and Private Hospital and managing partner of Southern Neurology, Sydney he has extensive experience in neurodegenerative disease (Parkinson’s Disease, Dementia and Stroke), general neurology, neurophysiology and migraine management. He has developed an effective holistic migraine management regime for his patients including a natural therapy. He is a member of the Australasian Association of Neurology, Australian Society for Geriatric Medicine, Stroke Society of Australasia, Movement Disorder Society and the Australian Medical Association (AMA).

Prof Carolyn Sue MBBS PhD FRACP

Currently appointed as Professor at the University of Sydney, the Director of the Department of Neurogenetics at Royal North Shore Hospital and the Director of the National Centre for Adult Stem Cell Research (Sydney Node). Prof Sue completed her post-doctoral studies at Columbia University in New York, and returned to Australia in 2000 to establish her own research team, currently located at the Kolling Institute of Medical Research, at Royal North Shore Hospital. She has a major interest in understanding the disease processes involved in mitochondrial disorders, with an emphasis on developing new treatment options for affected patients. She is also using stem cells as a cellular model to investigate mitochondrial disease.

Professor Lyn Griffiths (Hons) PhD. Director, Genomics Research Centre

Professor Lyn Griffiths is a medical researcher who has been studying the genes involved in common human disorders for nearly two decades. Prof Griffiths’ expertise is in the field of human gene mapping and molecular genetics. She graduated from the University of NSW Biochemistry Department in 1980, and gained a PhD from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Sydney in 1990 and established and heads the Genomics Research Centre at Griffith University on the Gold Coast, where for the last fifteen years her research has been focused on identifying the genes involved in common complex disorders, including migraine, cardiovascular disease and several types of cancer.

Mrs Belinda Reynolds BScNut&Diet(Hon)

Belinda graduated with an Honours Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics in 2003. She has been involved in the complementary medicine industry for over 18 years, 14 of these working for BioCeuticals. She is currently the Education Manager, and regularly presents to audiences throughout Australia, New Zealand and the US. She has worked as a Practitioner Sales Consultant, Team Leader, Educator and Writer, with an involvement in Marketing and Product Development. Outside of this Belinda has lectured at the Australasian College of Natural Therapies (ACNT) and Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM), contributed nutrition-related articles to a variety of publications, and has been a guest speaker at a number of industry events.

Belinda''s greatest passion is assisting practitioners in developing their knowledge by educating on new research in the area of integrative medicine. Her key interests are mood health, immune modulation, the human microbiome and the impact they have on overall health.

Ms Amie Skilton ND DBM BHSc.

Amie graduated in 2001 with a Diploma in Botanical Medicine, an Advanced Diploma in Naturopathy and a Bachelor of Health Science in Complementary Medicine. Clinician, author, formulator and leading industry educator, Amie has been in clinical practice for more than 17 years and has worked concurrently for BioCeuticals for over 14 years as a presenter and writer.


Amie has a special interest in several areas of integrative health including women’s health and hormones, natural fertility, and chronic skin disorders. However, after developing CIRS in 2017, she is now studying Building Biology and is particularly passionate about raising awareness of environmental influences, like mould, on health.

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