Host of Metagenics Institute Podcast
Nathan is a Naturopath and the Clinical Education Manager at Metagenics, where he plays a central role in the development of seminars and educational programs. He has a passion for following the latest scientific research and synthesising this into clinically meaningful information and tools for Practitioners. Nathan and his team are dedicated to critically evaluating new developments in Functional Medicine as a measure of ensuring that field progresses in a pragmatic direction.
Nathan is also the host of Metagenics Clinical Podcast where he interviews world-leading clinicians and researchers, bring cutting-edge information to Natural Healthcare Practitioners. The podcast allows Nathan to be in touch with advances of key areas of Functional Medicine such as microbiome science, biotoxin illness, nutrigenomics and immunology.
Nathan is a well know speaker on natural medicine, delivering education at major events throughout Australia and New Zealand. The combination of many years of clinical Naturopathic experience and a focus on evidence-based practice makes Nathan’s presentations highly relevant and informative.
Nathan Rose has hosted 98 Episodes.
Alzheimer’s Disease: From Despair to Hope with Prof Ralph Martins
March 7th, 2023 | 56 mins 52 secs
ageing and alzheimers, alzheimers disease, alzheimers research, prof ralph martins
In this episode Prof Martins discusses the central role of beta amyloid in Alzheimer’s, whilst touching upon some concerns of its clinical utility. For over three decades Prof Martins has explored Alzheimer’s from all angles – and the future looks promising.
When Brains Dream with Prof Bob Stickgold
February 14th, 2023 | 50 mins 22 secs
bob stickgold, dreams, ptsd, sleep
In this episode, Prof Stickgold describes how sleep is vital for memory evolution – a process not simply to consolidate information of the past with perfect fidelity, but to help guide us better in the future.
Collagen and Nutrition for Skin Health with Dr Tim Crowe
January 11th, 2023 | 46 mins 31 secs
collagen, dr tim crowe, skin health
Collagen has rapidly become a popular supplement for skin. But does it promote more youthful skin and if so, how?
Female metabolism, nutrition and exercise with Prof Abbie Smith-Ryan
December 20th, 2022 | 44 mins 24 secs
exercise performance, nutrition, women’s metabolism
Professor Abbie Smith-Ryan, joins the podcast to shed light on the under-recognised effect of sex hormones on women’s metabolism, nutrition and exercise performance.
Understanding Burnout with Gabriela Tavella
November 29th, 2022 | 53 mins 16 secs
burnout, burnout recovery, gabriela tavella, unsw
Discover some surprising factors that burnout sufferers have reported to be effective and ineffective in managing their allostatic overload.
The Biological Drivers of Long COVID with Dr Amy Proal
November 8th, 2022 | 1 hr 10 mins
dr amy proal, long covid podcast, polybio research foundation, sars-cov-2
Nathan and Dr Proal discuss potential therapeutic targets and cast an eye to the future on Dr Proal’s current collaboration with world-leading researchers on long COVID.
This is your brain on birth control with Professor Sarah Hill
October 18th, 2022 | 57 mins 33 secs
oral contraceptive, professor sarah hill, your brain on birth control
Professor Hill joins the podcast to discuss the potentially powerful influence the oral contraceptive pill can have on the brain.
New and emerging treatment targets for endometriosis with Prof Sun-Wei Guo
September 27th, 2022 | 1 hr 6 mins
endometriosis, gynecology, reproductive biology, sun wei
Endometriosis is a common and debilitating condition that has proven difficult to treat. In this episode, Sun-Wei Guo, a geneticist turned Professor of Gynaecology, reveals his eye-opening research into the pathophysiology of endometriosis.
The Power and the Potential of the Vagus Nerve to Combat Inflammation with Prof Paul Peter Tak
September 6th, 2022 | 1 hr 9 mins
cap, cholinergeric anti-inflammatory pathway, chronic inflammation, low vagal tone, prof paul peter tak, rheumatoid arthritis
Professor Paul Peter Tak, a pioneering researcher and transformational innovator, joins the podcast to describe the power and potential of a little-known homeostatic pathway, known as the cholinergeric anti-inflammatory pathway (CAP)
Brain-gut Therapies with GI Psychologist Dr Megan Riehl
August 16th, 2022 | 46 mins 7 secs
dgbi, dr morgan riehl, gi psychologist, ibs
Dr. Megan Riehl is one of only a small number of specialists in the world who practices as a Gastrointestinal Psychologist! Dr Reihl discusses the connection between factors such as early life stress, catastrophising and symptom hypervigilance with the incidence and severity of IBS.
Gut Microbes as Frenemies with Dr Joe Alcock
July 26th, 2022 | 1 hr 20 mins
frenemies, gut health, gut microbiome, joe alcock
In this episode, Dr Alcock explains how, since time immemorial, our gut microbes have had a love/hate relationship with us, and how this concept of ‘conflict and co-operation’ can explain the trials and tribulations of research on microbiome composition in disease states, probiotic successes and failures and a new approach to feeding ourselves and our resident microbiome.
What the research is telling us about time-restricted feeding, caloric restriction and fasting, with Greg Potter
July 5th, 2022 | 1 hr 40 mins
caloric restriction, greg potter, time-restricted eating
Back by popular demand, Greg Potter joins Nathan to discuss time-restricted feeding. Potter shares his thoughts on recent research, including early time-restricted eating compared with daily caloric restriction, the 5:2 diet and fasting-mimicking diet.