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THE LEARNING COLLECTIVE  |  LIVE WEBINAR
with Dr Oscar Coetzee

Key Ingredient Focus  |  Fibre

Designs for Health Australia invites you to register for this Learning Collective Webinar:

Understanding Fibre  |  Clinical Applications

Welcome To The Learning Collective

We are proud to welcome you to The Learning Collective as one of our key education initiatives. With an ongoing commitment to our practitioner community, you can now 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 to broaden your understanding and gain clinical insights to implement in your practice.

LEARNING COLLECTIVE SESSION  |  DIETARY FIBRE

Lunchtime Presentation + Live Q & A Discussion
Dr Oscar Coetzee 
and Linda Dal Molin ND

WEDNESDAY 15th June 2022 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm AEST (Sydney time)

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An evidence-based practitioner education briefing

Join renowned US clinician Dr Oscar Coetzee, as he presents a clinically relevant briefing with a spotlight on fibre.

Confused About Fibre?

Do you know your insoluble fibre from your soluble fibre and your functional fibre?
Are you questioning the use of fibre supplementation in certain conditions?

Join us as we learn with Dr Coetzee the clinical research on dietary fibre and how to integrate this prescription into your patients’ protocols confidently.

Learn the Key Clinical Applications of Dietary Fibre:

  • Know the background and history of fibre from indigenous times to the modern-day
  • Benefits of Fibre and its role in Intestinal Permeability
  • Learn the differences between soluble fibre and insoluble fibre
  • Learn the Dangers of functional fibres
  • Learn the role fibre plays in certain health conditions
  • Latest fibre research and systematic reviews

Learning Collective Webinar Schedule

12:00 pm – 12:45 pm – Intro and presentation from Dr Coetzee
12:45 pm – 12.55 pm – Live Q&A discussion moderated by Linda Dal Molin

Join in for a lively session with an expert presentation and engaging Q&A
You can ask your questions live or in advance.

Learn from Dr Coetzee’s wealth of experience

Dr Oscar Coetzee
Clinician, Researcher, Educator

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.

Meet Your Webinar Host

Linda Dal Molin

Linda Dal Molin ND
Designs for Health Australia

Linda Dal Molin is the Director of Sales and Education for Designs for Health Australia.

Linda has a Masters in Human Nutrition, a Bachelor of Health Science (Complementary Medicine), and an Advanced Diploma in Naturopathy. She has been a practitioner for 22 years and has worked in the natural health space for 25 years.

Linda has developed a strong relationship with the Designs for Health practitioner community. She will moderate the Q&A discussion with Kira in this webinar and engage our live Designs for Health practitioner community to bring insight and practical clinical pearls for all.