This Learning Collective focuses on Lipopolysaccharides—complex molecules found primarily in the outer membrane of Gram-negative bacteria. These molecules play a significant role in gut health and systemic inflammation. Unlike other bacterial components, Lipopolysaccharides have unique properties that can trigger various immune responses, making their clinical management crucial.
In this Learning Collective session, Dr. Coetzee delves into the intricate science behind Lipopolysaccharides, their impact on human health, and their diagnostic markers. He will elucidate how Lipopolysaccharides differ from other bacterial endotoxins and why understanding this distinction is vital for effective clinical practice. The webinar will explore the latest research and clinical studies on Lipopolysaccharides, equipping you with cutting-edge knowledge that you can directly apply to patient care.
The Learning Collective is one of our key education initiatives. With an ongoing commitment to our practitioner community, you can engage in the latest research and education with this series of complimentary webinars.
Each Learning Collective webinar focuses on a key ingredient relevant to your clinical practice, highlighting the relevant research and applications. The Learning Collective sessions support you in broadening your understanding and gaining clinical insights to implement in your practice.
Motivated by his desire to reverse the chronic illness epidemic, Dr Coetzee continues to be a pioneer in the field of nutritional science.
Born and raised in South Africa, where he completed his military schooling and earned bachelor’s degrees in criminology and psychology, Dr Coetzee also earned a masters degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport (USA).
He went on to receive a PhD in holistic nutrition from Clayton College of New Hampshire (USA), and a Doctorate of Clinical Nutrition (DCN). Dr Coetzee finished his second doctorate from Maryland University of Integrative Health, with a specialisation in nutrigenomics.
His key areas of interest are chronic inflammatory diseases, metabolic syndrome, intestinal permeability, type 2 diabetes and sports performance.
Tulsi Ryan is a Qualified Nutritionist and Herbal Medicine practitioner who provides health education services for Designs for Health practitioners. She also maintains her own private natural health practice.
Tulsi has a special interest in:
Tulsi will moderate the Q&A discussion for this Learning Collective webinar and engage our live Designs for Health Practitioner community to bring insights and practical clinical pearls for all.