Mindd Talk seminar to be held in Albury

Mindd speaker Therese Kerr with Albury organiser Kinta Gitsham.

Mindd speaker Therese Kerr with Albury organiser Kinta Gitsham.

Learn why a happy mind starts with a healthy gut at a seminar in Albury this month.

With ADHD affecting 10 per cent of Australian children, allergies 30 per cent, asthma 25 per cent and austism about 1 per cent, the Mindd Foundation event will address the link between our brains and digestive tracts.

The seminar will feature speakers including Bubba Yum Yum’s Charlotte Carr, clean living expert Luke Hines and Therese Kerr who is an advocate for the use of chemical-free products.

Mindd Talks will explore how families can address many allergies and behavioural disorders through a more holistic approach to healthcare including using food as medicine.

There will be a “beautiful benefit” on October 29 at Atura to support one Border family’s holistic healthcare journey for 12 months covering expenses related to supplements, tests and medical appointments.

  • Mindd Talks is on October 30 at Commercial Club Albury. Book at mindd.org
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