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Food Vitals webinars

Our Food Vitals webinars will help you understand the importance of nutrition in helping to prevent and treat disease. Register for an upcoming webinar today or access our past webinar recordings to learn more.

Upcoming webinars

Series 5, 2024

The vital role of nutrition in managing menopause

  • 24 July 2024
  • 6:00 - 7:30pm AEDT
    8:00 - 9:30pm NZDT
Hosted by DOCTORS FOR NUTRITION

This Food Vitals webinar will explore the evidence that a plant-based diet can manage menopausal symptoms.

Most women will go through physical and emotional changes, and experience unwanted symptoms, during the transition through perimenopause to menopause. Around 80% of women will experience a variety of menopausal symptoms that interfere with daily life, with around 20% of women experiencing moderate to severe hot flushes. These changes in hormonal levels can extend to overall health and mental wellbeing. Menopause is also associated with increased prevalence of obesity, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease, and osteoporosis.

The standard Western diet is pro-inflammatory due to the high prevalence of processed foods, saturated fats, and cholesterol. The diet of Australians and New Zealanders rates high on the Dietary Inflammatory Index and is linked with a higher risk of the development of chronic diseases and menopausal symptoms.

A diet centred around whole plant foods can help mitigate the symptoms experienced during menopause, including hot flushes.

Speaker:

Dr Nitu Bajekal, MD is a Senior Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist in London, UK with nearly 40 years of clinical experience in women’s health. Her special interests include Lifestyle Medicine, Menopause, PCOS, Endometriosis, period problems, complex vulval problems and medical education. She is a keyhole surgeon with experience in laparoscopic procedures including robotics. She is a Fellow of the Royal College and recipient of the Indian President’s Gold medal. Dr Bajekal is one of the first board-certified Lifestyle Medicine Physicians in the UK. She has written the women’s health module for the first UK plant-based nutrition course at Winchester University. She has co-authored the women’s health chapter for an academic book for health professionals (Plant Based Nutrition in Clinical Practice, Sep 2022). She is a speaker at Holistic Holiday at Sea (HHAS), speaking on menopause, PCOS and women’s health issues.

CPD HOURSThis webinar is approved by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and the Australian College of Remote and Rural Medicine (ACRRM) for 2.5 CPD hours with completion of pre-activity. Attendees will be provided with a certificate of attendance.
Nitu Bajekal - Menopause
Series 5, 2024

Ageing: the role of nutrition

  • TBC
  • TBC
Hosted by DOCTORS FOR NUTRITION

***IMPORTANT UPDATE***
This webinar has been postponed from it's original date of Friday 26 April 2024. We will communicate the new date as soon as possible.

This Food Vitals webinar will provide GPs with vital information on how an eating pattern focussed on unprocessed, whole plant foods can help patients to prevent, reduce and manage age-related diseases and multimorbidity. They can then use this knowledge to provide effective care and make recommendations regarding diet and lifestyle modifications for their ageing patients.

The Standard Australian Diet rates high on the Dietary Inflammatory Index (DII) due to the high intake of saturated fat and cholesterol from animal products and processed foods. An inflammatory diet is linked with chronic disease, faster ageing, the development of frailty and Alzheimer’s Disease. Conversely, a diet centred around whole plant foods, containing fibre, phytonutrients and antioxidants, is very anti-inflammatory.  As ageing can be thought of as an inflammatory disease, a whole food plant-based diet can help mitigate the onset of age-related diseases. With currently more than one in three general practice encounters being people aged 65 or older, the pressure on our healthcare system will only continue to rise.

Following a recorded presentation you will have the opportunity to have your questions answered live by Dr Greger.

Speaker:

A founding member and Fellow of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Michael Greger, MD, is a physician, New York Times bestselling author, and internationally recognized speaker on nutrition. He has videos on more than 2,000 health topics freely available at NutritionFacts.org, with new videos and articles uploaded almost every day. Dr. Greger has lectured at the Conference on World Affairs, testified before Congress, and was invited as an expert witness in the defense of Oprah Winfrey in the infamous “meat defamation” trial. He is a graduate of Cornell University School of Agriculture and Tufts University School of Medicine. Three of his recent books— How Not to Die (with over a million copies sold), the How Not to Die Cookbook, and How Not to Diet all became instant New York Times Best Sellers. His latest two books, How to Survive a Pandemic and the How Not to Diet Cookbook, were released in 2020. All proceeds he receives from the sales of his books go to charity.

CPD HOURSThis webinar is approved by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and the Australian College of Remote and Rural Medicine (ACRRM) for 3 CPD hours with completion of pre-activity. Attendees will be provided with a certificate of attendance. 
Michael Greger

Past webinars

Series 4, 2023

Remission of rheumatoid arthritis with nutrition

  • 6 December 2023
Hosted by DOCTORS FOR NUTRITION

This Food Vitals webinar explored the evidence showing that a plant-based diet can help manage the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and even put it into remission.

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune condition characterised by chronic inflammation that can result in joint tenderness, swelling and severe pain. The disease affects about 456,000 Australians and 40,000 New Zealanders accounting for approximately 13% of all arthritic conditions. Although the cause of RA is not completely understood, lifestyle factors and dietary intake can have a significant influence on levels of inflammation in the body. Western diets, especially those high in red and processed meat and dairy, increase inflammation. Many studies have demonstrated that a whole food plant-based (WFPB) diet, low in saturated fat, reduces symptoms and improves function in RA patients. In addition, maintenance of a healthy body weight, achieved on a WFPB diet, further reduces the risk of developing RA.

Speakers:

Dr Wendy Walrabenstein is a registered (clinical) dietitian, researcher and lecturer. She works as PhD researcher (Amsterdam UMC) at Reade rehabilitation & rheumatology in Amsterdam, and is a lecturer at the Amsterdam University of Applied Science. In addition to research Dr Walrabenstein now speaks, teaches and writes about health & lifestyle. Her mission to make people feel better through lifestyle improvement, to extend the healthy lifespan.

Australian-born stand-up comedian Clint Paddison's career rise was abruptly halted in 2006 when he was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis and within two years he could barely walk with inflammation spreading to more than 20 joints in his body. After conventional treatments failed him, Clint turned his health around with a unique plant-based diet and exercise combination to become symptom free and drug free.

CPD hours:

This activity is approved for 2.5 CPD hours (Educational Activities) with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and 2.5 PDP hours with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). CPD hours will be granted after reading the two short accompanying papers and completing a short quiz.

Access:

Given the digital nature and immediate accessibility of our on-demand webinars, all associated fees are non-refundable. Paid members will be able to access the webinar recordings for free. Please see our refund policy here.

Wendy Walrabenstein & Clint Paddison
Series 4, 2023

Breast cancer: the role of nutrition

  • 24 September 2023
Hosted by DOCTORS FOR NUTRITION

This Food Vitals webinar explored the evidence that a plant-based diet can prevent a diagnosis and recurrence of breast cancer.

Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed and the second most common cause of cancer death in women, with one in seven women developing the disease. Lifestyle factors, especially the standard Western diet, appear to play a major role in the development and progression of breast cancer. Eating a whole food plant-based diet rich in fruits, vegetables, grains, and beans - while avoiding meat, dairy, and other animal products - promotes breast health.

Speaker:

Dr Kristi Funk is a board-certified General Surgeon who completed a Surgical Breast Oncology Fellowship. She specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of all benign and malignant breast diseases. She is an expert in minimally invasive surgical techniques. Dr Funk's compassion and skill together create a caring, comprehensive patient experience. She embraces ideas of prevention and alternative therapies, but when illness is real, she knows how to cure it.

CPD hours:

This activity is approved for 2.5 CPD hours (Educational Activities) with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and 2.5 PDP hours with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). CPD hours will be granted after reading the two short accompanying papers and completing a short quiz.

Access:

Given the digital nature and immediate accessibility of our on-demand webinars, all associated fees are non-refundable. Paid members will be able to access the webinar recordings for free. Please see our refund policy here.

Dr Kristi Funk
Series 4, 2023

The role of nutrition in acne

  • 19 July 2023
Hosted by DOCTORS FOR NUTRITION

Skin conditions comprise 17% of all problems encountered in general practice, and GPs require a wide range of expertise in assisting patients with these. Acne is a common skin condition, and although it is most common in adolescence, acne can occur at any age. In Australia and New Zealand, it is estimated that 93% of young people experience the condition, which can continue into adulthood.

This webinar provides GPs with information on how an eating pattern focussed on unprocessed, whole plant foods can reduce the occurrence and severity of acne. They can then use this to make recommendations regarding dietary modifications to their patients to treat the common condition.

Speaker:

Dr Niyati Sharma (MBBS | FACD | MPH) is a qualified Dermatologist and is a fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists. She is a consultant dermatologist at the Box Hill Hospital and the Monash Medical Centre.

Raised in Melbourne, Dr Sharma undertook her undergraduate medical degree (MBBS) at Adelaide University before coming back to Melbourne to undertake her internship at Royal Melbourne Hospital. After a few years of working in different parts of Australia, including remote areas, she decided to specialise in Dermatology.

As part of her four year postgraduate training, Dr Sharma spent one year in Singapore at the National Skin Centre learning the nuances of treating Asian skin and their diseases. After finishing her Dermatology fellowship exams (FACD), Dr Sharma undertook a sub-speciality fellowship at Ann & Robert Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago in paediatric dermatology. This institution is a world leader in treating children’s skin diseases. Dr Sharma worked under the guidance of Professor Mancini and Professor Amy Paller, two prominent figures in dermatology.

Dr Sharma has also undertaken her Masters of Public Health (MPH), specialising in nutrition, policy and advocacy, at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA. Dr Sharma opened Inside Out Dermatology to help patients approach their skin diseases in a holistic manner.

CPD hours:

This activity is approved for 2.5 CPD hours (Educational Activities) with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and 2.5 PDP hours with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). CPD hours will be granted after reading the two short accompanying papers and completing a short quiz.

Access:

Given the digital nature and immediate accessibility of our on-demand webinars, all associated fees are non-refundable. Paid members will be able to access the webinar recordings for free. Please see our refund policy here.

Dr Niyati Sharma
Series 4, 2023

Chronic kidney disease: the role of nutrition

  • 10 May 2023
Hosted by DOCTORS FOR NUTRITION

This Food Vitals webinar explored the evidence that a plant-based diet and other lifestyle modifications can reduce the risk factors and comorbidities associated with the development of chronic kidney disease.

With approximately 1 in 3 Australians and New Zealanders at risk of chronic kidney disease (CKD). many are unaware they likely have CKD yet it is still under-recognised and may go undiagnosed. Prevention, early detection and treatment are especially important for kidney disease because chronic kidney damage is most often permanent. The two most common and significant risk factors of CKD are diabetes and high blood pressure, which are often a result of energy dense, nutrient poor, highly processed Western diets. A diet centred around eating whole plant foods has been shown to be protective of the development of CKD and can directly address the root cause of the majority of CKD cases.

Speaker:

Dr Anis Ta’eed is a Nephrologist from Melbourne, currently living in Fiji, who is passionate about the benefits of whole food plant-based diets for kidney health as well as for overall chronic disease management.

Dr Ta’eed has been a member of Doctors For Nutrition since attending the inaugural Nutrition in Healthcare Conference in February 2019. He has since presented at the second conference in 2023 on the topic of Type 2 Diabetes. He’s become one of the charity’s valued expert volunteers.

CPD hours:

This activity is approved for 2.5 CPD hours (Educational Activities) with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and 2.5 PDP hours with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). CPD hours will be granted after reading the two short accompanying papers and completing a short quiz.

Access:

Given the digital nature and immediate accessibility of our on-demand webinars, all associated fees are non-refundable. Paid members will be able to access the webinar recordings for free. Please see our refund policy here.

Dr Anis Ta'eed, Food Vitals
Series 4, 2023

The role of nutrition in women’s hormonal health and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)

  • 15 March 2023
Hosted by DOCTORS FOR NUTRITION

This webinar explored how GPs and other health professionals can support their female patients to use dietary modifications as a first-line therapy for the management of PCOS.

Speakers:

Dr Nitu Bajekal MD is a Senior Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist in the UK with over 35 years of clinical experience in women’s health. Her special interests include Lifestyle Medicine, PCOS, Endometriosis, period problems, perimenopause and menopause, precancer, complex vulval problems and medical education. She is a keyhole surgeon with experience in laparoscopic procedures including robotics. She is the co-author of Living PCOS Free along with her daughter and nutritionist, Rohini Bajekal. Dr Bajekal is a Fellow of the Royal College and recipient of the Indian President’s Gold medal. She is one of the first board-certified Lifestyle Medicine Physicians in the UK. She has written the women’s health module for the first UK University based plant based nutrition course. Dr Bajekal is passionate about spreading health awareness, providing reliable medical and lifestyle information for the general public, doctors, workplaces and schools.

Rohini Bajekal (MA Oxon, MSc Nutrition and Food Sciences, Dip IBLM) is a nutritionist and board-certified Lifestyle Medicine professional. Having previously worked in Mumbai, India and Singapore, Rohini is now based in London and provides 1-1 evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle advice to her clients around the world. An avid recipe developer, Rohini is passionate about making delicious and nourishing plant-based meals. In her spare time, she volunteers as a cookery teacher at Made in Hackney, the UK's only plant-based cookery school and charity. Rohini leads communications at Plant-Based Health Professionals UK and is part of the Dietitian and Nutritionist Advisory Committee at Diet ID. Together with her mother, Dr Nitu Bajekal, ObGyn, Rohini co-authored Living PCOS Free: How to Regain Your Hormonal Health with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome in 2022.

CPD hours:

This activity is approved for 2.5 CPD hours (Educational Activities) with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and 2.5 PDP hours with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). CPD hours will be granted after reading the two short accompanying papers and completing a short quiz.

Access:

Given the digital nature and immediate accessibility of our on-demand webinars, all associated fees are non-refundable. Paid members will be able to access the webinar recordings for free. Please see our refund policy here.

Dr Nitu Bajekal and Rohini Bajekal
Series 3, 2022

The role of nutrition in optimising men’s health

  • 9 November 2022
Hosted by Doctors For Nutrition

This Food Vitals webinar explored how a whole food, plant-based lifestyle can help prevent, manage, and reverse many common lifestyle-related diseases and improve quality of life. Dr Luke Wilson delved into key conditions that affect men, how they develop and how these are linked with poor nutrition. A panel discussion explored how GPs and other health professionals can support their male patients to prevent and even reverse many common health conditions affecting men through diet and lifestyle changes.

Speakers:

Dr Luke Wilson is a General Practitioner from Wellington, New Zealand, and is Board Certified by the International Board of Lifestyle Medicine and is a Director at Doctors For Nutrition. He has experience helping hundreds of people transform their lives by adopting a whole foods plant-based lifestyle, particularly through his work on the BROAD Study.

Ryan Alexander is co-founder & Managing Director of No Meat May, a growing global movement inspiring and supporting people to shift to a plant rich diet during May, and beyond.

Ben Adusei is a Men's Health Trust New Zealand Ambassador and is on a mission to help change the face of men’s health. To support, educate, and create plans that are focused on personalisation, prevention, protection by being proactive and creating the environment that allows men to thrive.

CPD hours:

This activity is approved for 2.5 CPD hours (Educational Activities) with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and 2.5 PDP hours with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). CPD hours will be granted after reading the two short accompanying papers and completing a short quiz.

Access:

Given the digital nature and immediate accessibility of our on-demand webinars, all associated fees are non-refundable. Paid members will be able to access the webinar recordings for free. Please see our refund policy here.

Food Vitals 12
Series 3, 2022

Recovery from autoimmune disorders: the role of nutrition

  • 14 September 2022
Hosted by Doctors For Nutrition

This webinar explores how GPs and other health professionals can support their patients with autoimmune disorders to put this condition into remission through nutrition. Dr Brooke Goldner, MD, presents compelling information on the role of nutrition and autoimmunity.

Speaker:

Dr Goldner is a board certified medical doctor and the author of 3 best-selling books. She graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with honors for genetic research in leukemia and neurobiology, was a graduate of the Temple University School of Medicine, was Chief Resident at UCLA-Harbor Residency, and is the sole autoimmune professor for the Plant-Based Nutrition Certification from Cornell University.

CPD hours:

This activity is approved for 2.5 CPD hours (Educational Activities) with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and 2.5 PDP hours with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). CPD hours will be granted after reading the two short accompanying papers and completing a short quiz.

Access:

Given the digital nature and immediate accessibility of our on-demand webinars, all associated fees are non-refundable. Paid members will be able to access the webinar recordings for free. Please see our refund policy here.

Dr Brooke Goldner
Series 3, 2022

Type 2 Diabetes: reversal and weight loss

  • 13 July 2022
Hosted by Doctors For Nutrition

This webinar explores how GPs and other health professionals can support their patients with T2DM to put this condition into remission through nutrition. Dr. Neal Barnard (MD, FACC, Adjunct Professor of Medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C.) presents compelling research on nutrition and T2DM.

Speaker:

Dr Neal Barnard, MD, FACC, Adjunct Professor of Medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. and President of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM).

CPD hours:

This activity is approved for 2.5 CPD hours (Educational Activities) with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and 2.5 PDP hours with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). CPD hours will be granted after reading the two short accompanying papers and completing a short quiz.

Access:

Given the digital nature and immediate accessibility of our on-demand webinars, all associated fees are non-refundable. Paid members will be able to access the webinar recordings for free. Please see our refund policy here.

Dr Neal Barnard
Series 3, 2022

Sustainable and healthy eating patterns: from evidence to action

  • 11 May 2022
Hosted by Doctors for Nutrition

In this Food Vitals webinar we explore the evidence around and benefits of eating for planetary and personal health, the role and importance of GPs in encouraging communities to shift towards healthy and sustainable diets, and learn skills and develop confidence to communicate to patients how to eat sustainably and improve their personal health.

Speakers:

Dr George Crisp, General Practitioner; Dr Nicole Sleeman, General Practitioner; Dr Cristina Cleghorn, Senior Research Fellow @University of Otago; Dr Chris Vogliano, Technical Advisor @Food Systems at USAID Advancing Nutrition; Dr Peter Johnston, Accredited Practicing Dietitian @Perfect Human Food

Access:

Given the digital nature and immediate accessibility of our on-demand webinars, all associated fees are non-refundable. Paid members will be able to access the webinar recordings for free. Please see our refund policy here.

Sustainable & Healthy Eating Patterns
Series 2, 2021

The best diet for health: evidence and practice

  • 26 July 2021
Hosted by Doctors For Nutrition

In this Food Vitals webinar Dr Shireen Kassam, Consultant Haematologist and founder of Plant-based health professionals UK explores what the latest evidence shows is the best diet for health and how clinicians can better support patients and communities with healthier eating patterns.

Speaker:

Dr Shireen Kassam, MBBS, FRCPath, PhD

Access:

Given the digital nature and immediate accessibility of our on-demand webinars, all associated fees are non-refundable. Paid members will be able to access the webinar recordings for free. Please see our refund policy here.

The best diet for health: evidence and practice
Series 2, 2021

Nutrition and bowel cancer: what should we tell our patients?

  • 30 June 2021
Hosted by Doctors for Nutrition

In this Food Vitals webinar, Dr Alan Desmond, Consultant Gastroenterologist discusses the healthcare burden of colorectal cancer in high income countries including Australia and New Zealand and the roles that common dietary components play in influencing the risk of developing colorectal cancer. Dr Alan Desmond teaches us how to provide clear evidence-based diet and lifestyle advice to help patients and clients reduce their personal risk.

Speaker:

Dr Alan Desmond, MB, BCH, BAO, BMEDSC, MRCPI, FRCP

Access:

Given the digital nature and immediate accessibility of our on-demand webinars, all associated fees are non-refundable. Paid members will be able to access the webinar recordings for free. Please see our refund policy here.

Nutrition and bowel cancer
Series 2, 2021

Nutrition and brain health: preventing cognitive decline

  • 11 May 2021
Hosted by Doctors for Nutrition

In this Food Vitals webinar, award-winning neurologists Drs Dean and Ayesha Sherzai join Hannah from Doctors For Nutrition to illuminate the steps to long term brain health, with a focus on nutrition. They answer the question: Is it possible to prevent and reverse the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and cognitive decline? If so, what role does a healthy diet play and how can health professionals support patients to eat well?

Speakers:

Dr Dean Sherzai and Dr Ayesha Sherzai

Access:

Given the digital nature and immediate accessibility of our on-demand webinars, all associated fees are non-refundable. Paid members will be able to access the webinar recordings for free. Please see our refund policy here.

Nutrition and brain health
Series 1, 2020

Cardiovascular disease, nutrition and COVID-19

  • 16 December 2020
Hosted by Doctors For Nutrition

This recording is from the fourth and final "Food Vitals" webinar in Series 1, from Doctors For Nutrition, held in December 2020. In this session our panelists shared their expertise and experiences with cardiovascular disease, nutrition and COVID-19.

Speakers:

Dr Kim Williams, Dr Andrew Davies, Dr Ahmad Farshid, Dr Andrew Little and Adam Guthrie

Access:

Given the digital nature and immediate accessibility of our on-demand webinars, all associated fees are non-refundable. Paid members will be able to access the webinar recordings for free. Please see our refund policy here.

Cardiovascular disease, nutrition and COVID-19
Series 1, 2020

Women’s health and the best start for kids

  • 8 December 2020
Hosted by Doctors For Nutrition

In this session of the Doctors For Nutrition "Food Vitals" webinar series, our panelists explored how whole food plant-based nutrition improves health outcomes for women and supports long term health in children.

Speakers:

Dr Gemma Newman, Dr Heleen (Roex) Haitjema, Dr Preeya Alexander and Deeni Betar-Young APD

Access:

Given the digital nature and immediate accessibility of our on-demand webinars, all associated fees are non-refundable. Paid members will be able to access the webinar recordings for free. Please see our refund policy here.

Women's health
Series 1, 2020

Inflammatory bowel disease and the gut microbiome

  • 10 November 2020
Hosted by Doctors For Nutrition

In this Doctors For Nutrition "Food Vitals" webinar, our speakers explored the evidence on nutrition in the management of inflammatory bowel disease and gut disorders, and a live Q&A.

Speakers:

Dr Alan Desmond, Angela Genoni PhD, Dr Alyce Churchill and Dr Libby Forsyth

Access:

Given the digital nature and immediate accessibility of our on-demand webinars, all associated fees are non-refundable. Paid members will be able to access the webinar recordings for free. Please see our refund policy here.

Inflammatory bowel disease
Series 1, 2020

Evidence-based nutrition in healthcare

  • 24 September 2020
Hosted by Doctors For Nutrition

This webinar was the first in the Doctors For Nutrition “Food Vitals” series 1, providing a detailed exploration of the evidence for whole food plant-based nutrition, and a live Q&A.

Speakers:

Dr Adrian Griscti, MBBS, FACRRM, FASLM; Emma Strutt APD, FASLM; Drew Harrisberg, Exercise Physiologist (and athlete thriving with type 1 diabetes) and Dr Libby Forsyth

Access:

Given the digital nature and immediate accessibility of our on-demand webinars, all associated fees are non-refundable. Paid members will be able to access the webinar recordings for free. Please see our refund policy here.

Evidence-based nutrition

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