Event LocationDate: Mon 10 Feb 20 - Mon 10 Feb 20
Location: Level 3, 252 George St SYDNEY NSW Australia 2000
Presented by Professor Marc Cohen, well-renowned researcher, teacher and author, this seminar looks at the most recent research on ubiquinol for the health and virility of men in this toxic world.
In addition to diet and lifestyle changes for reducing toxic exposure, ubiquinol can provide assistance in combatting environmental onslaughts on health and in particular on sperm quality, morphology and motility, as well as sleep and sports performance.
This seminar incorporates strategies from the latest research which shows how ubiquinol increases antioxidant capacity, improves sleep quality and sensitivity to stress, enhances physical performance and improves sperm parameters.
6:30 - 7:00pm Arrival and dinner
7:00 - 8:30pm Presentation
• Summarise the environmental and lifestyle factors that affect sperm health.
• Describe lifestyle measures that reduce toxicity.
• Describe practical ways to protect the testicles.
• Describe the functions of ubiquinol in the body.
• Describe the effect of ubiquinol on sperm health, sperm morphology and motility, stress, sleep and sports performance.
Professor Marc Cohen (aka Dr Marc) has been at the forefront of the wellness revolution for more than three decades through teaching, events, publishing, research, clinical work and community engagement. As a medical doctor with PhDs in Chinese medicine and biomedical engineering, Marc is one of Australia’s pioneers of integrative and holistic medicine.
He has published over 100 peer-reviewed scientific papers and multiple books on wellness topics. He is a Board Member of the Global Wellness Summit, Adjunct Professor at the National Institute of Complementary Medicine Health Research Institute at the University of Western Sydney, Cofounder of the Bathe the World Foundation Ltd and Founder of the Extreme Wellness Institute.
As Professor of Health Sciences at RMIT University, Marc spent more than 16 years supervising research into wellness and holistic health including studies on yoga, meditation, nutrition, herbal medicine, saunas, hot springs, lifestyle interventions, health retreats, elite athletic performance, the health impact of pesticides, organic food and detoxification. Marc has published more than 100 peer-reviewed scientific papers and written multiple books, chapters and articles on holistic health including co-authoring the landmark textbook Herbs and Natural Supplements: An Evidenced-Based Guide and co-editing the text Understanding the Global Spa Industry with Oxford University’s Prof Gerry Bodeker.