WEBINAR RECODING: Gut Health – How to take care of your gut so it can take care of you


Dr. Niikee Schoendorfer joins us on Thursday November 8th at 7:30pm for an online presentation to discuss how you can take care of your gut, so it can take care of you.



In this instant access webinar recording, Dr. Niikee Schoendorfer founder of Vitality Time discusses how you can take care of your gut, so it can take care of you.

Dr Niikee will cover:

• The digestive system, how does it work?
• Gut bacteria, the good and bad
• What affects the gut
• Understanding the gut-brain connection
• Complications of an unhappy gut
• Proper nourishment for optimal health
• Practical solutions to restore your gut health

All funds raised will support Your Health Your Choice – Australia’s largest consumer campaign protecting right of choice in healthcare. A recording will be available for those that cannot attend on the day.

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November 8th at 7:30pm

About Dr Niikee:

Dr Niikee Schoendorfer commenced tertiary study in 1994 at the Australian College of Natural Medicine, majoring in nutrition and natural health.  Since then, Niikee has also completed a Diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine Philosophy and Herbalism, a Bachelor Degree in Complementary Medicine and a Master's Degree in Nutritional Medicine.  In 2006 she enrolled into a PhD Doctorate at the University of Queensland, School of Medicine and completed studies in Nutritional Biochemistry and Clinical Medicine.  During this tenure Niikee also completed a Graduate Diploma in Educational Curriculum Design and another in Research Commercialisation.

Her passion for teaching has spanned over a decade, facilitating nutrition classes in the Endeavour Natural Medicine College Bachelor Degrees and also in the University of Queensland Medical School program. Niikee has also been practising as a holistic clinician since the year 2000, assisting many people on their road to health and happiness!

Niikee still actively participates in research having recently completed a large randomised control trial for urinary incontinence.  She is also currently working on an Australia wide project to increase nutrition education and integrate current curricula, within Medical Schools around the country.

Niikee has presented her research both nationally and internationally over the years, while has authored many scientific journal publications and text book chapters.  She holds a position on the council of the Nutrition Society of Australia, previously having chaired the national student mentor group and currently chairs the Queensland group.

Today, Dr Niikee combines the best of all her previous studies and different modalities, into an eclectic mix aimed at bringing your health back into balance. This requires a through systems analysis from an Eastern and Western perspective to uncover the cause and get you on your path to wellness and vitality not just simply being "OK for now" by reducing symptoms! To find our more about Niikee, please visit http://www.vitalitytime.com.au

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