This class has been cancelled due to government travel restrictions
A webinar is forthcoming and we will
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"Fertility: Botanicals for Optimal Male and Female Reproductive Health"
by Berris Burgoyne, BHSc, ND, Dip Herb
Worldwide infertility affects approximately 15% of couples and the incidence appears to be rising. In the United States up to 6% of men and 10% of women are infertile. The World Health Organization has said, “Infertility is a global public health issue.” The balance within human hormonal systems is complex and very finely tuned. This delicate balance is readily disrupted by a multitude of factors.
Berris will discuss ways in which we can use botanicals to help manage many of the known drivers of reproductive problems in men and women. These drivers can include excessive body weight and blood sugar dysregulation, inflammation, exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals, and dysfunctions of the HPA axis, thyroid and immune system.
Berris will also present the key botanicals to optimise male and female reproductive health. She will provide you with tried and tested protocols that she has used with her patients over 30 years of successful clinical practice.
At the end of this seminar you will have protocols that you can use immediately to support the reproductive health of your patients.
Berris Burgoyne, BHSc, ND, Dip Herb
Berris is a renowned naturopathic clinician with more than 26 years of clinical experience. She owns and runs a highly successful naturopathic clinic in Brisbane, Australia and is a senior member of the MediHerb team as a technical writer and educator. Berris was one of Kerry Bone's first herbal students and regularly lectures alongside him in Australia and New Zealand. She also has lectured extensively in U.S., Canada , the UK and South Africa.
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Class has been cancelled due to government travel restrictions.
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