Chronic migraines are estimated to affect up to 2.2% of the population and have a huge impact on wellbeing and quality of life. Understanding the complex pathophysiology and underlying mechanisms of migraine and their interrelationships with lifestyle and nutritional medicine can help reduce frequency and diminish severity.
This important webinar series reviews the complicated pathophysiology of migraine, clinical management, biomarkers that may help personalise care, and the evidence for different dietary approaches and nutritional supplements. An emphasis is placed on personalisation and how to rationally select interventions for the person most likely to respond.
Benjamin I. Brown, ND
Ben is founder and director of the Nutritional Medicine Institute, an educational, advocacy and research group committed to advancing the science and practice of nutritional medicine. An internationally acclaimed lecturer, Ben is host of Positive Health Podcast, on the academic advisory board and a guest lecturer at BCNH College of Nutrition and Health, and regularly speaks at major conferences.
Ben is expert advisor to the Health Food Manufacturers Association and a consultant for Pure Encapsulations. He is contributing editor of Integrative Healthcare and Applied Nutrition Magazine, on the editorial board for Nutrition Evidence, author of The Digestive Health Solution, has contributed textbook chapters, and had research published in journals including Gastrointestinal Disorders, Alternative Therapies Health and Medicine, Nutrients, and Nutrition Reviews.