Event LocationDate: Wed 13 Mar 19 - Wed 13 Mar 19
Location: 700 Harris St, Ultimo NSW 2007 ULTIMO NSW Australia 5000
The PHM triad and its impact on mental health
Changes in brain biochemistry contribute to depression, anxiety, behavioural disorders and spectrums of autism. These are impacted by numerous factors, including pyrrole disorder, histamine imbalance and altered methylation. This seminar offers practical application and case studies looking at the compounding effect this triad has on mental wellbeing and disease risk, clinical investigations and treatment strategies, including:
- Review histamine rich foods, foods that encourage a histamine spike and the impact on mental health
- Understand the implication of zinc and B6 depletion, the impact of elevated hydroxyhemopyrrolin-2-one (HPL) on antioxidants, vitamin and mineral requirements, SAMe and essential fatty acids, and the role they play in methylation and neurotransmitter production
- Investigate the powerful use of targeted compounds for the immediate relief of anxiety symptoms
- Demonstrate precise strategies for the low-serotonin type of anxiety, and GABA for the more physical type of anxiety
- Explore how to identify and address other neurotransmitter imbalances, together with genetic polymorphisms
All registered attendees will get access to this session recording post event.
Attend any two of our National Seminars (Pyrroles, Histamine and Methylation, Holistic Children’s Health with Dr Elisa Song or the Science of Ketogenesis with A/Prof Dominic D’Agostino) and the 3rd is FREE
- PSA - 7.5 CPD points (Group 2)
- ANTA - 3.5 CPD points
- NHAA - 7 CPD points
- ATMS - 3.5 CPD points
Registration NOW OPEN
Seminar Dates Wednesday 13 March 2019
2.00 pm 2.45 pm Registration and tea & coffee
2.45 pm 3.00 pm Load Audience to Studio - Introduction to Session 1
3.00 pm 4.15 pm SESSION 1 – Filming - Methylation
4.15 pm 4.35pm Afternoon tea
4.35pm 4.45 pm Load Audience to Studio - Introduction to Session 2
4.45 pm 6.00 pm SESSION 2 – Filming - Histamine
6.00 pm 6.15 pm Comfort Break
6.15pm 7.30 pm SESSION 3 – Filming - Pyrroles
7.30 pm 8.30 pm Dinner
- Identify the factors that contribute to elevated HPL including the diet and environmental toxins
- Recognise the vital link between histamine and methylation, and their reciprocal impact
- Explain the types of anxiety caused by neurotransmitter imbalances
- Review the role of other neurotransmitter imbalances and genetics in anxiety and mood disorders
Trudy Scott is the food mood expert. She''s a certified nutritionist on a mission to educate and empower anxious individuals worldwide about natural solutions for anxiety, stress, and emotional eating. And she serves as a catalyst in bringing about life-enhancing transformations that start with the healing powers of eating real, whole food, using individually-targeted supplementation, and making simple lifestyle changes.
She works primarily with women, but the information she offers works equally well for men and children. Trudy also presents nationally to nutrition and mental health professionals on food and mood, sharing all the recent research and how-to steps, so they too can educate and empower their clients and patients. She''s past president of the National Association of Nutritional Professionals. She was a recipient of the 2012 Impact Award, and served as special advisor to the board of directors for many years.
Trudy is a member of the Alliance for Addiction Solutions and Anxiety and Depression Association of America. She was a nominee for the 2015 Scattergood Innovation Award, and is a faculty advisor at Hawthorn University. Trudy is the author of "The Anti-anxiety Food Solution: How the Food You Eat Can Help You Calm Your Anxious Mind, Improve Your Mood, and End Cravings."
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.
Isabelle has been a practicing naturopath for the last 11 years, after being introduced to natural medicine in South Africa, her home country, she moved to Australia to pursue a career in natural medicine. Graduating in 2006 with a Bachelor of Health Science in Naturopathy, she opened a successful naturopathic practice in Brisbane. Her interests lie in both herbal medicine and nutrition and she has worked concurrently for BioCeuticals for over five years.