Introducing our Breakfast sessions:

Please note both breakfast sessions are now sold out.

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Cardiometabolic health update: What's glucose got to do with it? with Dr Michelle Woolhouse

Delve into cutting-edge cardiometabolic health insights with Dr Michelle Woolhouse at our exclusive Dietitians Unite breakfast event. Explore the latest in cardiovascular disease prevention and discover new evidence linking lifestyle factors such as diet, stress, sleep and the environment to glucose metabolism. Through captivating case studies, Dr Michelle will uncover evidence-based strategies for lasting improvements. From traditional to novel therapeutics, learn how to manage heart health effectively, while Michelle answers the important question: What’s glucose got to do with it?

Dr Michelle Woolhouse is a doctor, mind-body medicine expert, keynote speaker, Founding Medical Director of health tech start-up Vively, podcast host and author of The Wonder Within. Dr Michelle has advanced post-graduate training in mind-body medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, nutritional and environmental medicine, and holds fellowships with the Royal Australian College of GP’s (FRACGP), the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine (ASLM) and the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (FACNEM).

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First 1000 days: How early nutrition can affect long-term health with Melanie McGrice

What are the first 1000 days of life? Why is this period so critical for development and genetic programming? And, how does the establishment of a baby’s microbiome affect their long-term health? Join us and leading fertility and prenatal dietitian, Melanie McGrice, at our upcoming Dietitians Unite breakfast session to find out! Melanie will highlight the key role dietitians play in optimising microbiome establishment and nutrient intakes through dietary, probiotic and nutraceutical intervention.

Melanie McGrice is a leading fertility and prenatal dietitian.  She is the founder of the Early Life Nutrition Alliance which seeks to support health care professionals advocate for the role of nutrition during the first 1,000 days of life through the provision of training, coaching and resources.  She has been a senior media spokesperson for Dietitians Australia for more than a decade and runs a Melbourne-based nutrition private practice.  While Melanie’s interest for working in early life nutrition somewhat stemmed from personal reasons, her passion grew when she understood the difference diet can make to the epigenetics of the next generation.

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Please note: Both sessions have a limited capacity of 50. Spaces are not guaranteed and we will be in contact with those that have secured a ticket to one of the sessions.

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