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Acid and your gut

Acid and your gut

After initial breakdown by chewing, food is churned by the smooth muscles of the stomach and is broken down by hyrdochlooric acid and stomach juices (enzymes). The pH of the stomach is highly acidic, around 1.5 (1.0-2.5) due to the hydrochloric acid which helps to kill harmful microorganisms, denature protein...

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Do sunscreens cause skin cancer?

Do sunscreens cause skin cancer?

The question of whether sunscreen prevents skin cancer is an ambiguous one. Many epidemiological studies show an increased risk of skin cancer to the sunscreen user. Similarly, a review of studies on skin cancer and sunscreens by Science News, vol 153 1998, found that people who used sunscreen are more...

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Do plants really clean the office air?

Do plants really clean the office air?

Here is a little paper I wrote many years ago showing that plants are not effective at cleaning the indoor air. Formaldehyde is a toxic substance with adverse health effects detectable at low concentrations. Formaldehyde causes irritation of the eyes, skin and respiratory tract, wheezing, nausea, coughing, diarrhoea, vomiting, dizziness...

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Probiotics can reduce pain

Probiotics can reduce pain

Treatments for obesity have been shown to reduce pain secondary to weight loss. Intestinal microbiota has been shown to influence obesity and pain sensitivity.Physiological pain plays a life-essential protective role, while acute or chronic pathological pain indicates a medical problem that needs treatment and imposes a medical challenge. Neurotransmitters, immune...

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Mothers milk mycobiome (fungi) - not microbiome

Mothers milk mycobiome (fungi) - not microbiome

Compared to bacterial communities, the human gut mycobiome (fungi) is low in diversity and dominated by yeast including Saccharomyces, Malassezia, and Candida.Studies show they also vary substantially over time and even mice in the same or different cages in the same facility receiving the same feed and treatment also varied...

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Events and Tour Dates

Gut Healing: A Blueprint to Your Microbiome and Your Health

New South Wales and ACT

Sydney Revesby, 5th April 2019

Wollongong, 7th April 2019

Goulburn, 8th April 2019

Canberra, 9th April 2019

Wagga Wagga, 10th April 2019

Albury, 11th April 2019

Shepparton, 14th April 2019

Traralgon, 16th April 2019

South Australia

Mt Gambier, 20th February 2019

Adelaide, 21st February 2019

Western Australia

Perth, 30th January 2019

Perth, 27th February 2019

Mandurah, 10th March 2019

Bunbury, 12th March 2019

Perth, 20th March 2019

Perth, 21st May 2019


Mildura, 4th February 2019

Echucha/Moama, 5th February 2019

Gisborne, 7th February 2019

Kew Melbourne, 9th February 2019

Ballarat, 11th February 2019

Werribee, 12th February 2019

Warragul, 13th February 2019

Dandenong, 14th February 2019

Geelong, 17th February 2019

Warrnambool, 19th February 2019

Carlton, 17th April 2019

"So informative, it opened my mind up to so many things regarding gut health that I never considered. I look forward to reading the books and learning even more. Thank you so much." - Claire, Perth

 You can’t afford to miss this powerful presentation based on cutting-edge scientific information. It is full of information showing how your gut micro-organisms can determine not only how healthy you are but are the foundations of your health and tell you how to think feel and act.

In this presentation Dr Dingle will skillfully show you everything you need to know about your gut microbiome and why you need to know it.
With trillions of micro-organisms, your gut microbiome influences every organ and virtually every cell in your body.

"Fantastic talk. I loved your energy, and passion. A wealth of information." - Andrea, Perth

Your gut rivals your brain in its capacity to influence the daily running of your body. It controls gene expression, coordinates your immune system, sends chemical messages to every part of your body and determines if you are happy or sad.
It influences your willpower, even your taste buds, and is linked with virtually every health condition with which we are now confronted. Your gut microbiome has the ability to keep you healthy or ill, happy or sad.
It can influence everything from cancer to cardiovascular disease and diabetes 1 and 2, depression to dementia, acne and psoriasis and eczema. All diseases are influenced by the gut.
However, we are only just now beginning to understand what a healthy gut is and how many of the things in our lives can play havoc with our gut and our health.
This presentation will show you how our dependence on processed food and our modern living impacts our microbiome. Antibiotics, over-the-counter medications, food additives, cleaning products, and even makeup and personal care products are just some of the culprits that can devastate a healthy gut microbiome. But also the role of stress, sleep and activity.

"As always, I'm so impressed with Peter's ability to present an otherwise daunting topic in such an easily digestible and fun way. Not only have you identified the problems associated with poor gut health, but you've given me implementable solutions - and my family and I thank you." - Christine, Perth.

Learn how to rebalance your microbiome which foods, what does work and the importance of lifestyle factors.
This entertaining presentation will arm and empower you with the knowledge you need to rebuild your gut health.
The time has come to be the engineers of our own health.

"The whole presentation was informative and well presented. The two hours passed quickly with Pete's charismatic personality." - Sue, Perth

 Click on your nominated city to purchase tickets now!



Recently Completed:


Bunbury, 29th May 2018

Perth, 30th May 2018

Busselton, 31st May 2018

Albany, 6th June 2018 

Perth, 18th July 2018

Mandurah, 5th September 2018


Gympie, 11th June 2018

Kingaroy, 12th June 2018

Lismore, 14th June 2018

Gold Coast, 15th June 2018

Sunshine Coast, Marcoola, 18th June 2018 

Maryborough, 19th June 2018

Bundaberg, 20th June 2018 

Rockhampton, 21st June 2018

Gladstone, 22nd June 2018

Toowoomba, 25th June 2018

Mackay, 27th June 2018

Townsville, 28th June 2018

Cairns, 29th June 2018


Bulleen, 25th July 2018

Shepparton, 26th July 2018

Albury, 27th July 2018

Bendigo, 30th July 2018

Colac, 31st July 2018

Warrnambool, 1st August 2018

Ballarat, 6th August 2018

Geelong, 7th August 2018

Morwell, 8th August 2018

Frankston, 9th August 2018


Lismore, 14th June 2018

Wagga Wagga, 13th August 2018

Canberra, 14th August 2018

Woolongong, 15th August 2018

Smithfields, 16th August 2018

Gosford, 19th August 2018

Newcastle, 20th August 2018

Port Macquarie, 21st August 2018

Coffs Harbour, 22nd August 2018

Armidale, 23rd August 2018

Tamworth, 24th August 2018

Singleton, 26th August 2018

Narrabeen, 27th August 2018