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pH balance in children

Presented by: Michelle Lopez

Every cell, tissue and organ rely on the correct pH balance to maintain homeostasis; however, one organ shoulders the greatest burden when it comes to excreting excess acids – the kidneys.
It is now becoming clear that pH management is not only important for adults, but research shows children are susceptible to even the slightest shifts in acid-load with potentially harmful impact on their kidneys and other vital metabolic processes.

In this must-see webinar you will learn:

  • Why global dietary patterns are creating acidity issues for children
  • How to identify at risk children
  • The clinical consequences of acid-base imbalance and impact of a high dietary renal acid load on children
  • Practical solutions to correct the imbalance by means of easy dietary interventions in the child population.

Therapeutic Fasting: Fact vs Fad

Presented by: Vanessa Hitch

There is a rapidly growing body of research indicating that fasting, when done correctly, activates powerful cellular adaptation mechanisms which promote metabolic health and prevent chronic disease. However, the research has also generated unexpected and conflicting, results, leaving many health professionals wondering whether fasting is beneficial, and what type of fasting is best suited to their clients.
This webinar will outline the latest clinical research and reveal surprising evidence that goes against some current trends.
Practitioners will come away with practical tools and key principles, making fasting easier, safer and more successful for long term therapeutic outcomes.

An interesting and useful seminar where participants will discover:

  • How to quickly get the benefits from fasting with less hunger and better compliance
  • How to activate nutrient sensing pathways for long term metabolic wellbeing
  • Successful nutritional work-arounds to prevent the potential pitfalls of fasting


Lotta Johansson


Microbiologist with 35 years experience in the science of probiotics.

Lotta Johansson is a microbiologist with a Bachelor of Natural Sciences. She has 35 years experience in the development, quality and science of probiotics in Sweden, and collaborates with worldrenowned research experts. Lotta has a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the field of probiotics.

Paul Kern

Adv Dip. Nat.


Paul Kern has been a practicing Naturopath for the past 23 years. Since 1993 he has been practicing, as a fully qualified Naturopath using Homoeopathic, Nutritional and Herbal medicine to address many complex health issues.  For over 17 years he has also been delivering highly informative seminars to Doctors, Chiropractors and Naturopaths around Australia and New Zealand.  Paul has lectured in several Australian colleges for over 15 years, in Physiology, Toxicology, Nutrition and Homeoepathic practice.

His experience offers seminar attendees a greater insight into use of Naturopathic techniques and supplements to bring about true, lasting health change in challenging clinical cases.

Vanessa Hitch

B.Sc.(CompMed), N.D.


Vanessa is a naturopath with 15 years experience as a clinician, speaker, educator and formulator both in Australia and New Zealand.
Facilitating wellness seminars and teaching nutrition, Vanessa designs highly educational and motivational training modules, keeping students and practitioners engaged and at the top of their game.

Vanessa’s passion for supporting and empowering practitioners and her dynamic speaking style will make this an interesting and informative presentation.
Vanessa has a strong focus in her clinic on womens health and a passion for improving her client’s energy levels, happiness and ful llment, so they can get the most from their lives.

Dr. Bernd Seilheimer


Bernd Seilheimer is a Neuroscientist by training. He postgraduated at the University of Heidelberg, Germany and Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA. He looks back at a long career in pharmaceutical industry (Hoffmann-La Roche, Schering AG, Bayer Schering Pharma) where he held several different management positions. From 2002-2010 he was a board member of the European Neuroscience Institute (ENI), Göttingen and from 2006 on a member of the Council of Scientific and Business Advisors of the Johnnie B. Byrd Institute, Florida, USA. He joined Biologische Heilmittel Heel GmbH in 2009.

In his role as Head of Systems Research and Development he is responsible for the broadening of the scientific knowledge base related to the company’s product portfolio. He makes sure that state-of-the-art technology platforms are applied and cooperations with centers of excellence are established.

Dr. Julia Danennmaier


Julia Dannenmaier obtained her diploma as a human biologist from the University of Marburg. She gained further research experience at the Department of Infectious Diseases at Heidelberg University where she was awarded the degree of Doctor of Science for her thesis on the function of Suppressor of Cytokine Signaling 1 (SOCS1) within the cell nucleus.

After having worked for a biopharmaceutical company Julia Dannenmaier joined Biologische Heilmittel Heel GmbH in Baden-Baden in 2012 to lead various research projects in various areas (e.g. colds, osteoarthritis). Since 2018 she took the position of Medical Manager.

Dr. Myron Schultz


Myron Schultz is the Head of Medicine at the headquarters of Biologische Heilmittel Heel Gmbh in Germany and prior to this position, he served as Head of Medical Education at the same company. Dr. Schultz obtained his diploma in homeopathic medicine at Natal Technikon (Durban University of Technology).

Before moving to Germany, he taught pathology at the Durban University of Technology and hosted the pathology practical’s and ward rounds at the Nelson Mandela School of medicine and R.K. Khan hospital respectively, and was in addition in private clinical practice.