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At BioCeuticals, the health and wellbeing of our customers and employees is our number one priority. We cancelled face to face seminars and educational events until the end of May at this point in time. However we are committed to bringing you the same quality of education in virtual formats, which you can register for below. We will continue to closely monitor the evolving Coronavirus situation to minimise any further risk, and we will update you accordingly.

  • 8th BioCeuticals Research Symposium 2020

    The 8th BioCeuticals Research Symposium took place on a digital platform throughout June 2020. Delegates will be able to learn from our international lineup of speakers including Dr Datis Kharrazian, Dr Carrie Jones, Lara Briden, Amanda Archibald, and Dr William J Walsh. This Symposium package provides 15 hours of online learning, including plenary, case study, special guest presentations and Q&A sessions. Under the theme of Influences on Hormone Health: Diet, Genes and Environment, the Symposium hosted world-leading researchers in this important area in order to unravel the nexus of influences and causes of endocrine disorders. Throughout the sessions, you will be provided effective treatment strategies for even the most complex cases. Hormone imbalances are becoming increasingly common in the modern world. While even the slightest disruption can affect endocrine health, the compounded effects of sustained emotional stress, exposure to xenobiotics, poor diet, disrupted sleep and genetic factors can often result in a complex and intractable state. Our speakers: Dr Carrie Jones - Estrogen detoxification from start to finish (phase 1, 2 and 3) - How resilient are you? Using the Cortisol Awakening Response as a sign of health Dr William J. Walsh, Ph.D. - Nutrient Therapy for Mental Disorders - Chemical Biotypes of Depression and Individualised Nutrient Therapy Dr Lara Briden - Ovulation Matters: Exploring the value of natural ovulatory menstrual cycles for general health - Obstacles to Ovulation: Troubleshooting hypothalamic amenorrhea, PCOS, and post-pill amenorrhea Dr Datis Kharrazian - Hypothyroidism Physiological Web - How to evaluate Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism and case study - How hormones impact brain function - How to develop a personalised diet, lifestyle and nutraceutical protocol for hypothyroidism Ms Amanda Archibald - The Influence of 21st Century Living on Genes, Environment, Diet and Human Function - Fatigue, Transient Anxiety and Weight Gain Meet Genomics - Culinary Biochemistry for 21st Century Living. Applying DNA-Directed Thinking to Care Plans - Using Genomics and Advanced Biomarkers to Connect Family History, Individual Health History and Guide Intervention CPD information ACA, ANTA, ATMS, CMA, NHAA - 15 hours of learning PSA accreditation - completion of all MCQs will entitle the delegate to 30 Group 2 CPD credits

    Presented By: BioCeuticals Editor

    Cost: $ 350.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Jay Lombard - Brain and neurological health - Symposium 2019

    Session 1: Neurobiology: Systems biology and the convergence of neuroimmunology and psychoneuroendocrinology Workshop 1: Progressive neurological regression secondary to dysbiosis: More common than recognised clinically Session 2: Systems biology and resilience Workshop 2: Developmental disorder over 20 years: Mitochondrial dysfunction, seizures and iatrogenic neurological disease CPD information PSA - 8 Group 2 CPD credits ANTA/ATMS/CMA/NHAA - 4 hours of learning

    Presented By: Dr Jay Lombard

    Cost: $ 89.00 (inc.GST)

  • Amanda Archibald - Nutrigenomics - Symposium 2019

    Session 1: Navigating The Blue Zones in the Age of Genomics Workshop 1: Longevity genes and dietary intervention. A nutrition education model for the era of nutrigenomics Session 2: Culinary Genomics: the intersection of nutrition science, medicine, food and the kitchen Workshop 2: Case studies: genomics to culinary translation. Application in Action CPD information PSA - 8 Group 2 CPD credits ANTA/ATMS/CMA/NHAA - 4 hours of learning

    Presented By: Ms Amanda Archibald

    Cost: $ 89.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Dale Bredesen - Alzheimer's disease - Symposium 2019

    Session 1: The first effective treatment for Alzheimer''s disease Workshop 1: Case studies of types 1, 1.5, and 2 Alzheimer''s disease Session 2: Alzheimer''s and other neurodegenerative diseases: what we have learned from 7 years of ReCODE Workshop 2: Case studies of type 3 Alzheimer''s disease: a field unto itself CPD information PSA - 8 Group 2 CPD credits ANTA/ATMS/CMA/NHAA - 4 hours of learning

    Presented By: Dr Dale Bredesen

    Cost: $ 89.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Brandon Brock - The gut-brain axis - Symposium 2019

    Session 1: Neuro immunoexcitotoxicity: The brain''s way of self combusting Workshop 1: Reviewing labs and diagnostics to understand autonomic based neuro-immunological disorders Session 2: The gut brain axis: explaining the vagal highway Workshop 2: Examining the G.I. and vagal (autonomic) systems with components of gut and brain based treatments CPD information PSA - 8 Group 2 CPD credits ANTA/ATMS/CMA/NHAA - 4 hours of learning

    Presented By: Dr Brandon Brock

    Cost: $ 89.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Albert Mensah - Mental health - Symposium 2019

    Nutrient Imbalances vs Mental Health CPD information PSA - 1.5 Group 2 CPD credits ANTA/ATMS/CMA/NHAA - 1.5 hours of learning

    Presented By: Dr Albert Mensah

    Cost: $ 40.00 (inc.GST)

  • 7th BioCeuticals Research Symposium 2019 online

    7th Research Symposium 2019 CPD information PSA - 33.5 Group 2 CPD credits ANTA/ATMS/CMA/NHAA - 16.5 hours of learning

    Presented By: BioCeuticals Editor

    Cost: $ 799.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Amy Myers - Thyroid disorders - Symposium 2018

    The eight failures of conventional medicine and Functional medicine approach to autoimmunity and thyroid disorders recordings from 2018 Symposium.

    Presented By: Dr Amy Myers

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Terry Wahls - Multiple Sclerosis - Symposium 2018

    Integrative and Functional Medicine approaches to Multiple Sclerosis CPD information - 3.5 hours of learning

    Presented By: Dr Terry Wahls

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Elisa Song - Children's Health - Symposium 2018

    Kids Under Siege and Brains on Fire session recordings from 2018 Symposium CPD information - 3.5 hours of learning

    Presented By: Dr Elisa Song

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Prof Robert Lustig - The truth about sugar, insulin and obesity - Symposium 2017

    Join Professor Robert Lustig as he presents at the 2017 BioCeuticals Research Symposium. During this session he will elucidate the role of insulin in energy storage whilst discussing the concept of the "disposition index' and how either insulin secretion or insulin resistance can affect the other. He will delineate the neural control of insulin release from the beta-cell along with demonstrate how insulin hypersecretion drives peripheral weight gain, and how carbohydrate restriction can remediate this phenomenon. Professor Lustig will explain how liver fat causes reflex hyperinsulinaemia and weight gain, and how sugar restriction can remediate this phenomenon. He Furthermore he will outline the difference between obesity and chronic metabolic disease and give you the tools to understand the metabolic differences between glucose and fructose. along with the how liver vs. visceral fat foment insulin resistance. Finally, Professor Lustig will demonstrate how fructose drives liver fat and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and explain how excess fructose consumption is a primary driver of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. CPD information - 4 hours of learning

    Presented By: Professor Robert Lustig MD MSL

    Cost: $ 90.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Steven Sandberg-Lewis - SIBO: Underlying Causes and Treatment Strategies - Symposium 2017

    Join Dr Steven Sandberg-Lewis as he presents at the 2017 BioCeuticals Research Symposium Dr Sandberg-Lewis discusses the mechanisms behind abdominal adhesions, recurrent small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) and develops a working understanding of blind loops, mural thickening and bowel obstruction as risk factors for SIBO. He reviews the relationships between gastric acid, pancreatic enzymes and bile salts as protective factors in the prevention of SIBO and its impact on iron deficiency, malabsorption and anaemia. Dr Sandberg-Lewis discusses the suitability of vegetarians and vegans diets versus those of meat eaters along with other dietary and therapeutic strategies to improve the function of the migrating motor complex in SIBO. Furthermore, Dr Sandberg-Lewis discusses the key concepts for choosing effective antimicrobials based on lactulose breath testing analysis, effective symptomatic relief measures for diarrhoea and constipation that does not increase the risk of bacteria CPD information - 4 hours of learning

    Presented By: Dr Steven Sandberg-Lewis ND

    Cost: $ 90.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Christopher Shade - Effective Detoxification Strategies - Symposium 2017

    Join Dr Chris Shade as he presents at the 2017 BioCeuticals Research Symposium. During this presentation you will learn to recognise how toxicity (e.g. from toxic metals, persistent organic pollutants, herbicides, endogenous toxins, etc.) leads to and perpetuates mitochondrial dysfunction Understand the overlap between toxicity and immune dysfunction and explore how intestinal health can control detoxification. Furthermore Dr Shade examines physical, mental and emotional disturbances that stem from mercury intoxication and the ability to gain a comprehensive understanding of the three phases of detoxification. Dr Shade discusses the glutathione system and its central importance to health and detoxification. Using mercury as a model toxin, he identifies the major forms of mercury that humans are exposed to and assists to understand their differences. From this, he discusses a personalised model for toxin elimination that comprehensively addresses the 3 phases of detoxification CPD information - 4 hours of learning

    Presented By: Dr Chris Shade MD

    Cost: $ 90.00 (inc.GST)

  • Justin Sinclair - Cannabis and The EndoCannabinoid System - Symposium 2017

    Join Justin Sinclair as he presents at the 2017 BioCeuticals Research Symposium This 45 minute talk focuses on recent scientific evidence bringing balance to many Cannabis misconceptions, such as cannabis causing schizophrenia, being a gateway drug and also if Cannabis is highly addictive or impacts individual IQ. The majority of the talk will focus on a brief introduction to the endocannabinoid system (ECS), highlighting its anatomy, physiology, examples of ECS dysfunction and some of the clinical challenges of using Cannabis when faced with genetic polymorphisms of the ECS or Endocannabinoid deficiency. CPD information - 1 hour of learning

    Presented By: Justin Sinclair MHerbMed ND

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Denise Furness - The Clinical Application of Personalised Fertility Care - Symposium 2017

    Dr Denise Furness PhD. as she presents at the 2017 BioCeuticals Research Symposium. Dr Furness outlines nutrigenomics and how it can be apply it to your clinic. She discusses the basic terminology associated with genetic testing, why Australian practitioners should use Australian companies with Listed medicines and determines which patients will benefit from genetic profiling. Additionally, Dr Furness will discuss additional testing options required to personalise treatment to maximise genetic results. She navigates through genetic reports and assists the practitioner to understand gene variation results options based on genetics and associated testing. Utilizing her expertise, Dr Furness will discuss the main reasons for increased infertility in Australia and developed countries. She identifies recognized, potentially harmful chemicals and toxins that can impact on gamete quality and pregnancy outcomes. The practitioner can also learn about important genes involved in methylation and detoxification and how gene variations (SNPs) within these pathways and systems effect fertility. Dr Furness will also discuss the testing options to assist identification of genetic variability and biochemical changes and which certain nutrients can support pathways and systems to improve fertility and pregnancy outcomes. CPD information - 4 hours of learning

    Presented By: Dr Denise Furness PhD BSc RNutr REP

    Cost: $ 90.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Deanna Minich - Nutritional Supplements for Chronic Disease Prevention - Symposium 2016

    Dr. Deanna Minich is a teacher, author, scientist, speaker and artist with more than 20 years experience in the fields of nutrition and functional medicine. Her Doctoral (Ph.D.) research focused on essential fatty acid absorption and metabolism, and her Master's Degree allowed her to explore the health benefits of the colourful, plant-based carotenoids. In her webinar, ‘Nutritional supplements for chronic disease prevention’, Dr Minich discusses the nutritional prescription for certain conditions as well as the dietary patterns that influence the modern-day diet. The following is covered in Dr. Minich’s webinar: - Nutritional prescription for patients, helping to treat conditions such as type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease CPD information - 2 hours of learning

    Presented By: Dr Deanna Minich

    Cost: $ Free

  • Dr Deanna Minich - The Eating Conundrum - Symposium 2016

    Dr. Deanna Minich is a teacher, author, scientist, speaker and artist with more than 20 years experience in the fields of nutrition and functional medicine. Her Doctoral (Ph.D.) research focused on essential fatty acid absorption and metabolism, and her Master''''s Degree allowed her to explore the health benefits of the colourful, plant-based carotenoids. In her webinars, ‘The eating conundrum: Diets in the 20th Century’ and ‘Nutritional supplements for chronic disease prevention’, Dr Minich discusses the nutritional prescription for certain conditions as well as the dietary patterns that influence the modern-day diet. The following is covered in Dr. Minich’s webinars: - Dietary patterns, such as the Mediterranean diet, Paleolithic diet, ketogenic diet, elimination diet, and vegetarian/vegan diet, can help address systemic inflammation, oxidative stress and immune dysfunction - Nutritional prescription for patients, helping to treat conditions such as type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular diseases.

    Presented By: Dr Deanna Minich

    Cost: $ 90.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Mark Houston - Nutrigenomics and Cardiovascular Disease - Symposium 2016

    Mr. Mark Houston co-founded The Hypertension Institute in 1995 and holds a Master of Science degree in clinical human nutrition from the University of Bridgeport, Connecticut. Dr. Houston has presented over 7,000 lecture''s on hypertension and has published over 150 articles and scientific abstracts in peer-reviewed journals. He is an author and specialist in hypertension, lipid disorders, prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases, nutrition, clinical age management and general internal medicine. In this webinar, ‘Nutrigenomics and Cardiovascular Disease’, Dr. Houston discusses: - Cardiogenomics and the phenotypic expression of cardiovascular diseases (CVD). Cardiogenomics can be defined as the study of the genome specifically related to the cardiovascular system and the phenotypic expression of cardiovascular diseases (CVD). In this lecture, Dr Houston will present some of the more clinically useful genomic testing available and identify genomic testing’s utility in deliver

    Presented By: Dr Mark Houston

    Cost: $ 90.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Andrew Heyman - Stress and the Immune Brain Connection (2) - Symposium 2016

    Dr. Heyman runs an integrative medical practice in Northern Virginia and has featured in the media as a celebrated speaker within the field. Additionally trained in Five-element Shiatsu and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Dr. Heyman is also an author and researcher in the field of integrative and nutrimental medicine. In this 2 part series, the ‘Stress and the immune-brain connection’, Dr. Heyman looks at the stress response and the repercussions of dysfunction upon hormones, immune function and Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS). Some topics that will be discussed over the 2 webinars include: - Dysfunction of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis as the major cause of abnormal cortisol release patterns - Hormonal disruptions as a result of stress dysfunction and the metabolic and clinical consequences thereof - The ways in which the central nervous system and immune systems coordinate with the HPA axis to result in adaptive or maladaptive compensatory patterns of cortisol release - Implications surrounding the raising of cortisol without correcting underlying causative factors - Discussion around applicable clinical strategies to manage the stress response and its additional symptomatology - The exploration of novel diagnostic techniques and treatment strategies to more effectively understand and manage patients who exhibit alterations in their stress response  

    Presented By: Dr Andrew Heyman

    Cost: $ 90.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Andrew Heyman - Stress and the Immune Brain Connection (1) - Symposium 2016

    Dr. Heyman runs an integrative medical practice in Northern Virginia and has featured in the media as a celebrated speaker within the field. Additionally trained in Five-element Shiatsu and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Dr. Heyman is also an author and researcher in the field of integrative and nutrimental medicine. In this 2 part series, the ‘Stress and the immune-brain connection’, Dr. Heyman looks at the stress response and the repercussions of dysfunction upon hormones, immune function and Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS). Some topics that will be discussed over the 2 webinars include: - Dysfunction of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis as the major cause of abnormal cortisol release patterns - Hormonal disruptions as a result of stress dysfunction and the metabolic and clinical consequences thereof - The ways in which the central nervous system and immune systems coordinate with the HPA axis to result in adaptive or maladaptive compensatory patterns of cortisol

    Presented By: Dr Andrew Heyman

    Cost: $ 90.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr David Haase - Understanding the Brain Body Neurobiochemistry (Workshop) - Symposium 2015

    Understanding the Brain Body Neurobiochemistry, Workshops and Cases, Dr David Haase at the 2015 BioCeuticals Research Symposium

    Presented By: Dr David Haase MD

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Mark Houston - Management of Hypertension and Cardiovascular Disease (Workshop) - Symposium 2015

    Management of Hypertension and Cardiovascular Disease, Workshops and Cases, Dr Mark Houston at the 2015 BioCeuticals Research Symposium

    Presented By: Dr Mark Houston

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Michael Ash - Mucosal Immunology (Workshop) - Symposium 2015

    Mucosal Immunology - Workshop and Cases, Dr Michael Ash at the 2015 BioCeuticals Research Symposium CPD information - 1 hour of learning

    Presented By: Mr Michael Ash

    Cost: $ Free

  • Dr Mark Houston - Management of Hypertension and Cardiovascular Disease - Symposium 2015

    Management of Hypertension and Cardiovascular Disease, Dr Mark Houston at the 2015 BioCeuticals Research Symposium

    Presented By: Dr Mark Houston

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr David Haase - Understanding the Brain Body Electrophysiology (Workshop) - Symposium 2015

    Understanding the Brain Body Electrophysiology, Workshop and Cases, Dr David Haase at the 2015 BioCeuticals Research Symposium

    Presented By: Dr David Haase MD

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Stump the Professor - Panel Discussion - Symposium 2015

    Stump the Professor, Panel Discussion with Dr Joseph Pizzorno, Dr Mark Houston, Mr Michael Ash and Dr David Haase. Presented at the 2015 BioCeuticals Research Symposium

    Presented By: Group Discussion

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Joseph Pizzorno - Exogenous Toxins - Symposium 2015

    Exogenous Toxins, Dr Joseph Pizzorno at the BioCeuticals 2015 Research Symposium

    Presented By: Dr Joseph Pizzorno MD

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Michael Ash - Functional Gastroenterology - Symposium 2015

    Functional Gastroenterology, Mr Michael Ash at the 2015 BioCeuticals Research Symposium

    Presented By: Mr Michael Ash BSc. (Hon) DO. ND. Dip ION

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Joseph Pizzorno - Endogenous Toxins - Symposium 2015

    Endogenous Toxins, Dr Joseph Pizzorno at the BioCeuticals 2015 Research Symposium

    Presented By: Dr Joseph Pizzorno MD

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr David Haase - Understanding the Brain Body Neurobiochemistry - Symposium 2015

    Understanding the Brain Body Neurobiochemistry, Dr David Haase at the 2015 BioCeuticals Research Symposium

    Presented By: Dr David Haase MD

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Mark Houston - Dyslipidaemia and Cardiovascular Disease - Symposium 2015

    Dyslipidaemia and Cardiovascular Disease, Dr Mark Houston at the 2015 BioCeuticals Research Symposium

    Presented By: Dr Mark Houston

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Michael Ash - Functional Gastroenterology (Workshop) - Symposium 2015

    Functional Gastroenterology, Workshop and Cases, Mr Michael Ash at the 2015 BioCeuticals Research Symposium

    Presented By: Mr Michael Ash BSc. (Hon) DO. ND. Dip ION

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Mark Houston - Dyslipidaemia and Cardiovascular Disease (Workshop) - Symposium 2015

    Dyslipidaemia and Cardiovascular Disease Workshop and Cases, Dr Mark Houston at the 2015 BioCeuticals Research Symposium

    Presented By: Dr Mark Houston

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr David Haase - Understanding the Brain Body Electrophysiology - Symposium 2015

    Understanding the Brain Body Electrophysiology, Dr David Haase at the 2015 BioCeuticals Research Symposium

    Presented By: Dr David Haase MD

    Cost: $ 50.00 (inc.GST)

  • Dr Lise Alschuler - Integrative Medicine and Cancer Prevention - Symposium 2013

    This talk will discuss cancer from a systemic perspective as a way to understand the importance of a holistic and integrative approach to caring for the person diagnosed with cancer. An evidence-based overview of the fundamental strategies of prevention, namely exercise and diet will lead us into a discussion of the key bodily determinants of cancer: insulin resistance, inflammation, immunity, stress, detoxification/antioxidation. Finally, we will explore, by way of examples, how an integrative holistic approach can transform the internal landscape away from cancer and towards health.

    Presented By: Dr. Lise Alschuler ND, FABNO

    Cost: $ 30.00 (inc.GST)

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013

    This talk highlights why vitamin D deficiency and insufficiency has been related to increased risk for rickets in children and osteoporosis and the painful bone disease osteomalacia in adults. Besides the skeletal health benefits of vitamin D, it is now recognised that vitamin D deficiency has been associated with a wide variety of clinical disorders including preeclampsia, autoimmune diseases, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, neurocognitive dysfunction and infectious diseases. To treat and prevent vitamin D deficiency the Endocrine Society recommends children ages 0-1 and 1-18 require 400-600 IUs and 600-1000 IUs vitamin D daily respectively and adults require 1500-2000 IUs daily. Those who are obese (BMI >30) need 2-5 times more vitamin D. Vitamin D toxicity is not observed until serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels >150 ng/ml. Sensible sun exposure, dietary intake of vitamin D and vitamin D supplements is a three-part strategy to maintain a satisfactory vitamin D status to maximise health.

    Presented By: Professor Michael Holick PhD, MD

    Cost: $ 30.00 (inc.GST)

  • Prof Mark Blumenthal - The Systematic Reviews & Meta-analyses of Botanical Preparations - Symposium 2013

    The past 30 years has witnessed a virtual explosion in research in herbs, medicinal plants, essential oils, and other plant-derived ingredients and their preparations. St. Johns wort for mild-to-moderate depression, Asian ginseng for erectile dysfunction, extract of Pelargonium sidoides for bronchitis, soy for lowering blood pressure, bacopa extracts for memory enhancement, hibiscus tea for lowering blood pressure, red yeast rice for lowering elevated LDL cholesterol, and numerous others. This presentation discusses systematic reviews and meta-analyses on these and other popular herbals in order to ensure that healthcare professionals have a more informed awareness of the potential clinical relevance of these botanicals as well as their potential benefits in self-care.

    Presented By: Professor Mark Blumenthal Founder & Executive Director, American Botanical Council

    Cost: $ 30.00 (inc.GST)

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