Heart Health, Cardiovascular Disease & Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract

FOR CLINICIANS ONLY  … A SPECIAL FREE LUNCH TIME WORKSHOP 

Title: Heart Health, Cardiovascular Disease & Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract

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Speakers:

Dr Ross Walker: Cardiovascular Disease – does Kyolic Garlic help?
An eminent practicing cardiologist with a passion for people and health, Dr Walker is a regular media presenter. He has a medical practice in Sydney, providing a service in all aspects of echocardiography, focusing on stress echocardiography, which provides much more information to the practitioner than stress testing alone. His other area of expertise is in the field of preventative cardiology. Dr Walker has published 7 best-selling books on preventative cardiology and lectures both nationally and internationally on this subject.

Dr Karin Ried: Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract for Heart Health & more
Director of Research at the National Institute of Integrative Medicine. Karin is an Honorary Adjunct Assistant Professor, Bond University, Queensland, and Honorary Visiting Research Fellow at The University of Adelaide, South Australia. She has 20 years’ experience in medical and public health research, and research interest in complementary and integrative medicine with a focus on nutritional health. Karin’s current research projects encompass nutritional medicine, cardiovascular and brain health, chronic diseases and cancer.

Gerald Quigley: How Can Clinicians Empower Patient Interventions
Pharmacist and Master Herbalist, Gerald is a media health commentator heard each week on many radio stations across Australia in cities and regional networks. He is also a co-host of a health and wellness program on the Macquarie Network live across Australia. His passion is to empower each person to make sensible health decisions, and to continually maintain and improve their quality of life, especially as they age.

Date: Thursday 26 April Where: NIIM Lecture Theatre, Level 3, 21 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn

When: 1-2pm Format: Presentations by 3 leading medical experts followed by an interactive Q&A session with all speakers

RSVP: Required for catering purposes, as a light lunch will be served