Brad has a passion for sharing his extensive knowledge on the clinical management of autoimmune diseases with clients, students, researchers and health professionals. His engaging and inspiring styles of explaining complex topics have captured the attention of individuals from around the world. While sharing his vast experience, Brad draws upon his 10 years within the complementary medicine profession (clinical practice and research) to provide his clients with practical and evidence-based treatment methods for the management of autoimmune diseases.
Get Your Health Back
Brad has been an invited presenter for the ‘Get Your Health Back Series’ with the best selling author Don Chisholm. Below are the links to the YouTube interviews.
Catch Autoimmunity Early
The Anti-Inflammatory Diet
Increase of Autoimmune Diseases
Warning Signs for Autoimmunity
Medication & Nutrient Depletion
Benefits of Herbs
Risk of Poor Eating
Amalgams & Your Immune System
You Can’t Outrun a Bad Diet
Most Important Health Factors
Diet & Disease
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Shift Work and Autoimmune Disease
In this Podcast, Brad discusses the four modifiable risk facts of autoimmune disease development and how to manage autoimmune disease using a functional medicine approach. Download the Podcast HERE.
Translating Intestinal Permeability Science to Clinical Practice
In this Podcast, Brad discusses intestinal permeability from an evidence-based perspective including topics such as risk factors, disease associations, assessment and treatment.
Facebook Live & YouTube Videos
- Autoimmune Disease and Diet
- Autoimmune Disease and the Use of Supplements
- Leaky Gut and Disease
- 10 Simple Yet Profound Tips to Improve Autoimmunity
- The Clinical Significance of Intestinal Permeability: Association, Identification and Integrative Treatment Methods
- Investigation into CIM Practitioners’ Clinical Experience of Intestinal Permeability
- Bradley Leech presenting at the UTS Faculty of Health dinner: Journey so far.
- A Career in Research with Endeavour College of Natural Health