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Men's Essentials
Everyday Nutritional Support with Activated B Vitamins
Dosage size (capsule, tablets, scoops, etc)

Serving Type: Capsule

Available In Sizes: 120 capsules, 240 capsules

Men's Essentials is a broad-range formula, providing essential vitamins and minerals for energy production and healthy immune support, as well as active B vitamins. The formula contains rhodiola, used in eastern European medicine to provide support during times of stress and schisandra, used in traditional Chinese medicine to support the bodies resistance to stress.

Product Information

Features
  • Provides nutritional support for key men’s health concerns: cognition, energy, testosterone levels and sperm production.
  • Contains activated B vitamins – vitamin B6 (P5P), vitamin B9 (folinic acid/5-MTHF), vitamin B12 (mecobalamin) – to support healthy methylation.
  • Upgraded formula provides a daily dose of 1000IU of vitamin D3, and vitamin K in the form of K2.
  • Vitamin K2 supports healthy bones.
  • Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 and mecobalamin are included to assist energy production.
  • Vitamins B1, B2, B6 and B12 support a healthy nervous system, and rhodiola is used in traditional eastern European and Chinese medicine systems for its adaptogenic properties, to provide support during times of stress.
  • Iodine is an essential nutrient for the production of thyroid hormones.
  • Schisandra is used in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) to tonify the kidneys and to support the bodies resistance to stress.
  • Support for a healthy immune system provided by selenium, zinc and vitamins A, C and D3.
  • Vitamins B9, B6 and B12 help to maintain healthy homocysteine metabolism.
  • Provides a broad range of antioxidants, including lycopene, to guard against free radical damage. 
  • Choline helps maintain healthy liver function.
  • Twice a day capsule for easier dosing, with a lower excipient formula (compared to previous formulation).
Ingredients
Each capsule contains:
Vitamins:
Retinol palmitate 341mcg
Thiamine hydrochloride (vitamin B1) 31.8mg
equiv. thiamine (vitamin B1)
25mg
Riboflavin (vitamin B2) 20mg
Riboflavin sodium phosphate (active vitamin B2) 6.8mg
equiv. riboflavin (vitamin B2)
5mg
Nicotinic acid (vitamin B3) 2.5mg
Nicotinamide (vitamin B3) 50mg
Calcium pantothenate 50mg
Pyridoxal-5-phosphate monohydrate (P5P) (active vitamin B6) 4.1mg
equiv. pyridoxine (vitamin B6)
2.5mg
Pyridoxine hydrochloride 30.4mg
equiv. pyridoxine (vitamin B6)
25mg
Calcium folinate 137mcg
equiv. folinic acid (activated vitamin B9)
100mcg
Levomefolate calcium 130.4mcg
equiv. levomefolic acid (5-MTHF)(active vitamin B9)
100mcg
Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12) 100mcg
Mecobalamin (co-methylcobalamin) (active vitamin B12) 100mcg
Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) 50mg
Colecalciferol 12.5mcg
equiv. vitamin D3
500IU
Vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopheryl acid succinate) 20.7mg
Biotin (vitamin H) 75mcg
Menaquinone 7 (vitamin K2) 7.5mcg
Minerals:
Boron (as borax) 0.5mg
Calcium (as citrate tetrahydrate) 12.5mg
Chromium (as picolinate) 25mcg
Copper (as gluconate) 100mcg
Iodine (as potassium iodide) 37.5mcg
Magnesium (as phosphate pentahydrate) 20mg
Manganese (as amino acid chelate) 1.5mg
Molybdenum (as trioxide) 62.5mcg
Potassium (as iodide) 11.6mcg
Selenium (as selenomethionine) 25mcg
Zinc (as amino acid chelate) 10mg
Nutrients:
Choline bitartrate 50mg
Inositol (myo-inositol) 25mg
Lycopene 100mcg
Herbal extracts equiv. to dry:
Schisandra chinensis (schisandra) fruit 750mg
Rhodiola rosea (rhodiola) root 250mg

*RE = retinol equivalents

Dose

Adults: Take 1 capsule twice daily with food or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Warnings
  • The recommended daily intake (RDI) of vitamin A is 700mcg retinol equivalents for women and 900mcg retinol equivalents for men.
  • WARNING - Stop taking this medication if you experience tingling, burning or numbness and see your healthcare practitioner as soon as possible (contains vitamin B6).
  • This product contains selenium which is toxic in high doses. A daily dose of 150mcg for adults of selenium from dietary supplements should not be exceeded.
  • If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.
  • Contains ethanol no more than 3% v/v as a preservative.
  • Contains sulfites. 
  • Vitamin and mineral supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
  • Always read the label. Use only as directed.

 

Clinical Trials
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Additional Product Materials

Marketing Materials

  • Men's Range Presenter
    Publish Date: 2013-10-03
    A men's range presenter giving an overview of men's health in Australia and detailing key issues in men's health, influences on spern health and key nutrients required for men.
  • Volume 71: FX Medicine Spring 2013 edition
    Publish Date: 2013-10-31
    New trial: Treating depression with SAMe The Mechanics of Men's Health : Fertility, prostate health and more BioCeuticals D3 Drops: Proven quality 8 New Products
  • Men’s Essentials Dispensary Card
    Publish Date:
    Men’s Essentials Dispensary Card
  • Men's Essentials Dispensary Card
    Publish Date: 2018-07-05
    Everyday Nutritional Support with Activated B Vitamins
  • Men's Health TEB
    Publish Date: 2020-05-12
    Background Information, clinical studies, key benefits and clinical applications of supplements which may support men's health.

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

  • Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Masculine Vitality: A scientific and integrative approach to male sexual health - Dr Robert Buist - 2014
    Consider these statistics: - in at least 50% of cases, infertility of couples is attributed to the male, and 50% of poor sperm results are associated with oxidative stress; - one in four men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction are under the age of 40, and the condition is often a symptom of a more serious health problem; - it is estimated one in seven Australian men over the age of 40 years are diagnosed with prostate disease, and its frequency increases with age. These issues of poor sperm health, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are seldom a topic openly discussed amongst men. They are, however, surprisingly common and are frequently a complication of a bigger issue. Fortunately, specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, combined with the right supplementation, have the ability to address the root cause of such conditions and consequently enhance male fertility and sexual satisfaction, plus attenuate urinary symptoms for a better quality of life. Join Dr Robert Buist to understand the research and science behind innovative approaches to: • mitigate the complications of chronic stress in males • support healthy hormone balance in men • optimise sperm health and fertility for natural conception and IVF • correct erectile dysfunction through management of underlying causes • understand the causes and processes of BPH • manage the symptoms of BPH • reduce the risk of prostate cancer. This education session will assist you in developing a deeper understanding of men’s health, and will incorporate training on the practical implementation of the above information Watch Now »

  • Prof Michael Holick - The D-Lightful Vitamin D - Symposium 2013
    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. Watch Now »

 


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