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Autoimmunity: Conquering Multiple Sclerosis ( MS)


Thu 20th May 2021, 06:00pm


Nutritional Immunology & Pathogens: A Masterclass


Wed 5th May 2021, 05:00pm


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Thu 15th April 2021, 06:00pm


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2020 Speakers


Dr. Terry Wahls

Vicky Godfrey

Nutrigenomics Specialist and Co- Founder DNA pal


Kate Scott

DNA Specialist and Founder of DNA pal

Karen Harrison

Qualified Nutritionist with a Masters degree in Nutrigenomics

Lucille Leader

Award-winning Nutritional Therapist specialising in Parkinson's Disease

Dr. Nasha Winters

Naturopathic Doctor, Author of The Metabolic Approach to Cancer

Debbie Grayson

Drug Nutrient Expert and Pharmacist

Linda Elsegood

Founder of LDN Research Trust

Robert Ververk, PhD

Executive & Scientific Director of Alliance at The Alliance for Natural Health

Prof. Tim Spector

Professor of Genetic Epidemiology, Author and Research Scientist

Patrick Holford

Author And Nutritional Therapist

Patricia Peat

Integrative Practitioner and Nurse Oncologist

Romina Melwani
Founder of Nutrition Collective

Why the Nutrition Collective?
As a practitioner myself, I struggled to find expert information to help my clients with chronic conditions. I was looking for sound nutritional recommendations that had already been tried and tested by specialists. I was looking for experts  that had years of research and clinical practise expertise that could share their do's and don'ts with me. This need for good quality education became even more urgent when I started seeing chronic disease appearing in my own family. It started with my uncle who was diagnosed with myeloma, a rare type of cancer. And it continued with my sister experiencing various complications in childbirth due to underlying conditions. My uncle eventually passed away but he left behind a pure intention for me to create a collective that would be able to access free flowing educational information.  Chronic disease is growing and the need to access such valuable knowledge is more crucial than ever before. This is how Nutrition Collective was born.