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MedEd 4 Everyone | Feed Your Brain
Melbourne, Saturday 13 May 2017, 2pm-5pm
MedEd Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/meded4everyone
Feed Your Brain Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/262739087491218/
MedEd Website: http://meded.acnem.org/
The Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine is pleased to announce it is launching a series of public nutritional medicine education lectures – MedEd 4 Everyone.
In the first program, Feed Your Brain, on Saturday 13 May 2pm-5pm, leading nutritional medicine experts will discuss the connection between nutrition and digestion and mental wellbeing. After each speaker there will be time for questions from the audience.
ACNEM is launching the MedEd 4 Everyone series to make it easier for the public to have access to information from leading nutritional medicine experts - the series is perfect for both the public and health professionals to attend.
MedEd 4 Everyone | Feed Your Brain will feature 4 speakers:
Warren Maginn - a renowned Clinical Nutritionist, college lecturer and speaker will discuss the Gut/Brain Connection.
Dr Felice Gersh (USA) - recipient of numerous awards and renowned international lecturer, researcher, author and specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology, will talk about the Sex Hormone/Brain Connection.
Professor Ralph Martins - recognised as a world leader of research into Alzheimer’s disease, will talk about Preventing Alzheimer’s Now.
Professor Felice Jacka - pioneer of a highly innovative program that examines how diet and lifestyle behaviours interact with the risk for mental health problems - hear her discuss Food, Mood and Mental Wellbeing.
Book now at http://meded.acnem.org/