natasha campbell-mcbride, phd, md
Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD, PhD
Dr. Campbell-McBride graduated with honors as a medical doctor in 1984 from Bashkir Medical University in Russia. She gained postgraduate degrees in neurology and in human nutrition at Sheffield University in the United Kingdom.
In 2004, she published a book Gut and Psychology Syndrome: Natural Treatment of Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Depression and Schizophrenia. The book explores the GAPS nutritional protocol, which is highly successful in treating people with learning disabilities and other mental problems. In 2017, she released her book Vegetarianism Explained. She has been working with many young people who have chosen a plant-based diet and as a result became very ill. The book was a result of an intense study into the value of plant foods versus animal foods.
A new book, Gut And Physiology Syndrome, is scheduled to come out this year. This book focusses on chronic physical health problems, from allergies, eczema and asthma to autoimmune illness, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia.
McBride is a popular keynote speaker at many professional conferences and seminars worldwide.
GUT AND PSYCHOLOGY SYNDROME
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13
All diseases begin in the gut! This is a statement made by the father of medicine, Hippocrates. The more we learn using our modern scientific tools the more we realize just how correct Hippocrates was! Dr. Campbell-McBride will be talking about GAP Syndrome or GAPS, which stands for Gut And Physiology Syndrome. Autoimmune problems, allergies, asthma, eczema, MS, chronic fatigue syndrome, ME, fibromyalgia, arthritis, type 1 diabetes, chronic cystitis, chronic skin problems and many other physical conditions will be discussed. All of these problems are becoming more common in children and adults.
Campbell-McBride will explain what GAPS is and how to treat it with a sound nutritional protocol based on common sense and dietary traditions used by people for millennia all over the world.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14
Vegetarianism and veganism are becoming more popular and people believe that plant-based life style can make one healthy, young and even enlightened. Changing your diet is a very serious decision and it will have a profound effect on your health. Before making such a decision it is essential to be informed about how food works in your body and what may be the consequences of this change. Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride will be talking about plant-based diets and their effect on human health.