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Mood and the Gene-Diet-Environment Axis - Brisbane



Event Location

Date: 10th October 2018
Location: Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane, Terrace Room 23 Leichhardt Street SPRING HILL QLD Australia 4000


Event Details


Mood and the Gene-Diet-Environment Axis


Solving the neurochemical puzzle with personalised medicine


The topic of mental health is incredibly broad, with countless potential factors contributing to the development of mood disorders. These can include neurotransmitter imbalances related or unrelated to nutritional insufficiencies, chronic stress, neuro-inflammation, pyroluria, toxicity, lifestyle, diet, gut and genetic variations. Due to the complexity of these disorders, prioritising treatment strategies for the patient best outcome can be challenging.

This seminar aims to delve deep into the known contributors to neurotransmitter imbalances, with a focus on appreciating the role DNA tests and pathology can play in clarifying treatment targets.


BUNDLE DEAL 

Attend any two of our National Seminars (The Genetics of Detoxification, Personalised Medicine for Reproductive Health or Mood and the Gene-Diet-Environment Axis) and the 3rd is FREE.


REGISTER FOR BUNDLE DEAL ON THE GENETICS OF DETOXIFICATION PAGE AND YOUR REGISTRATION WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE TRANSFERRED TO THE FOLLOWING SEMINARS:

- MEDICINE FOR REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
- MOOD AND THE GENE-DIET-ENVIRONMENT AXIS 


Registration                                            NOW OPEN


Seminar Dates                                      Wednesday 10 October 2018   

                                                                

Program         


2:30pm - 3:00pm Registration and afternoon tea


3:00pm - 4:30pm Session 1


4:30pm - 5:00pm Break 


5:00pm - 6:30pm Session 2


6:30pm - 7:00pm Q&A


7:00pm - 8:30pm Buffet dinner   



Learning objectives


  • Recognise inflammation as a contributor to mood disorders and cognitive decline via changes to neurotransmitter availability and an expression of neurotrophic factors.
  • Understand the concept of pyroluria, the associated nutritional deficiencies and how they contribute to mood changes and additional health concerns.
  • Discover the role of Specific nutrients in neurotransmitter synthesis and metabolism.
  • Explore how certain gene variants, often referred to as SNPs (single nucleotide polymorphism) influence depression, anxiety and cognition, as well as neurotransmitter production, including dopamine, serotonin, histamine and GABA.
  • Learn how to assess and address genetic vulnerabilities, neurochemical factors, and metabolic abnormalities that may contribute to changes in mood and cognition.
  • Examine how the gene, diet, environment axis influences key biochemical pathways associated with normal brain and neurotransmitter function.
  • Review the role pathology plays in assessing the true impact of gene variants
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