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Autoimmunity through the Lifecycle


Thu 24th February 2022, 06:00pm

The Medical Society of London, UK

Resolving Malabsorption: A Fundamental Tool for Practitioners


Wed 16th February 2022, 06:00pm

Interview: With an Expert in Micronutrients for Long COVID


Going viral: What are bacteriophages and how can they help us?


Wed 26th January 2022, 06:00pm


Nutrient Timing for Fat Loss & Building Muscle


Thu 20th January 2022, 06:00pm


The Oral Microbiome and Biological Dentistry







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2021 Speakers

Phil Richards

Sports Nutritionist and Certified Strength Coach

Dr. John Deaton

vice president of science Deerland Probiotics & Enzymes,


Dr. Angela Stanton

Neuroscientist & Nutritional Migraine Expert


Emma Beswick

Director of Lifecode Gx® and Nutritional Therapist

Stephanie Seneff

Senior Research Scientist & Author

Dr. Dominik Nischwitz

Holistic Dentist and Author of ' It's All In Your Mouth'

Michael Wäger

Nutrition Scientist & Biochemist

Dr. Robert Hedaya

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and IFM Educator

Romina Melwani

Mycoptherapist and registered Nutritional Therapist

Dr. Will Cole

Functional Medicine Expert

Andrew Chevallier

Medical Herbalist, best-selling Author & Formulator

Dr. Micheal Friedman

Naturopathic Physician & Author

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.