The Role of the GIT Microbiota in Depression

When: Tuesday, 27th February 2018

What Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm AEDT

Where: Online - join via your computer!

Your Host: Jason Hawrelak


ATMS Accredited member - $49.50

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Non ATMS Student - $49.50

CPE: 1.5 points

It has long been known that psychological stress could negatively impact the composition of the gastrointestinal tract microbiota. Research conducted over the past decade has shown that alterations in the composition of the microbiota can actually alter emotional behaviour and brain function. This is now being referred to as the Brain-Gut-Microbiota axis. This presentation will look at the mechanisms by which microbes may modify client’s moods (specifically depression); which microbes may be involved; and highlight interventions that can both alter the gut ecosystem and lift client’s spirits.

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Jason is a researcher, lecturer, naturopath, nutritionist, and Western herbalist, with more than 17 years of clinical experience. Jason is currently a Senior Lecturer in Complementary and Alternative Medicines, at the University of Tasmania’s School of Medicine where he coordinates the evidence-based Complementary Medicine programs. He also teaches natural approaches to Gastroenterology within the University of Western States’ (USA) Master of Science programs in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine.

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