Bradley Leech is a Clinical Nutritionist, Ayurvedic Herbalist and PhD Candidate at the Australian Research Centre in Complementary and Integrative Medicine. Brad is a current Lecturer and Clinic Supervisor in Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine at the Endeavour College of Natural Health and also the Unit Developer for Integrative Gastroenterology at the National Centre for Naturopathic Medicine.
Brad is an international presenter, published peer-reviewed author and has been ranked in the top 20 leading experts on naturopathy in Australia and in the top 50 worldwide, according to Expertscape. Brad is also the founder of SIP Research, Australia’s only society of intestinal permeability research. In additional to his research, teaching and working with patients, Brad offers practitioner support through his mentoring program Brad’s Brainiacs. He presents at health conferences, wellness events, on Youtube, Podcasts and has also been featured in the health documentary – No Reason For Disease. His major clinical focus is finding and treating the underlying cause of any autoimmune disease using a functional and holistic approach. With a passion for food as medicine, Brad utilises diet, nutrition and herbal medicine to manage chronic disease.
Brad has assisted local and international clients presenting with a diverse range of autoimmune diseases to improve their health and well-being. His philosophy includes correcting the four major contributing factors to autoimmune disease development and progression: inflammation, increased intestinal permeability (leaky gut), dysbiosis and immune dysregulation.
Academic History: PhD candidate at the Australian Research Centre in Complementary and Integrative Medicine Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine) (First Class Honours) Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional Medicine) with Distinction Advanced Diploma of Ayurvedic Medicine Youngest graduate of Ayurveda (Cert IV) in Australia
Accredited Member: ATMS50603
Member of PRACI: PR0824