Fresh Wrap Ep 03: Food as Medicine: NNEdPro IANE membership pathway

MELISSA ADAMSKI: Here at Monash University we’re proud to announce that our suite of “Food as Medicine” courses is now recognised as a pathway for application to the NNedPro Global Centre for Nutrition and Health’s new International Academy for Nutrition Educators, or IANE. So NNedPro has partnered with us here at Monash University, also SNEB, who are the […]

Food As Medicine: Feedback with Melissa – Week 2 – Nov 2019

MELISSA ADAMSKI: Hi everyone and welcome to our week two feedback video for “Food as Medicine”. It’s great to see everyone jumping into the content for week two, and really enjoying our body systems approach to food as medicine. The first thing I would like to say though is thanks for all your feedback from the week one […]

Food As Medicine: Feedback with Melissa – Week 1 – July 2019

MELISSA ADAMSKI: Hi everyone, and welcome to our feedback video for week 1 of Food as Medicine. I’m Melissa, your course mentor, and it’s great to see everyone jumping in and starting to discuss the exciting information that we have around Food as Medicine in week 1. So we’ve got a lot of engagement going on, with thousands […]

Healthy Raw Food Recipes : Organic vs. Synthetic Antibiotics Health Properties of Raw Foods

The nice thing about plants is that most of them tend to be natural regulators as opposed to western medicine which is the same dose, no matter who you give it to is going to have the same quantifiable effect. Whereas plants, because there are so many different factors at play, which is one of the reasons they […]

What is hypertension? | Circulatory system diseases | Health & Medicine | Khan Academy

Let’s talk about hypertension. And I’ll write that here, hypertension. And hypertension basically means high blood pressure. And we actually categorize it in different groups. So let’s use my blood pressure, 115 over 75 as an example. And I had drawn a small figure for you where I had blood pressure on this side and I had time […]

Why haven’t we cured arthritis? – Kaitlyn Sadtler and Heather J. Faust

While regaling you with daring stories from her youth, it might be hard to believe your grandmother used to be a trapeze artist. However, the bad backs, elbow pain, and creaky knees so common in older people is more than just “old age.” In fact, the source of this stiffness plagues many young people as well. The culprit […]

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