Balancing the Human Microbiome Seminars – TAURANGA and NELSON

All chronic illnesses start or are perpetuated by a dysfunctional gut. Effectively treating these conditions requires a clear understanding of the gut associated pathology driving the disease.

Part One – The Research by Kiran Krishnan
This talk draws upon a decade’s worth of microbiome research and review of literature to equip you with a better understanding.

  • Learn about the most common dysfunctions of the gut that drives most chronic illnesses we face.
  • Learn about the most effective solutions to address these dysfunctions.
  • Learn how seemingly unrelated disorders can have the same etiology.

Part Two – Clinical Findings by Dr Tom Bayne
This talk discusses the many gut-healing programs available to practitioners, which are often incomplete and ineffective.

  • Learn that healing the gut is a multifactorial process that requires several layers of therapy in order to achieve total gut restoration.
  • Find out how you can use Microbiome Labs products to individualise treatment based upon patient history and symptoms.

After this presentation, attendees will be able to:

  • Describe how the gut microbiome is involved in various chronic diseases
  • Explain the connection between mucosal inflammation and chronic disease
  • Identify dietary and lifestyle factors that negatively impact the gut microbiome
  • Discuss actionable changes that any person can make to increase diversity of the gut microbiome
  • List nutrients that can significantly repair intestinal barrier function
  • Describe the purpose of each layer of the Total Gut Restoration system
  • Explain the standard dosing protocol for the main Total Gut Restoration products
  • Identify conditions or symptoms that may benefit from a customized protocol
  • Discuss various ways of individualizing the Total Gut Restoration system


Practitioner Price: $75
Student Price: $55
(All prices excl GST)

Location & Date

Tauranga, The Tauranga Club, Tuesday 10th March
Nelson, The Village Hall (Grand Mecure), Wednesday 11th March


5:30pm:– Arrival & Registration
6:00 – 7:30pm:—Seminar
7:30 –  8:15pm:–Dinner
8:15 – 9:15pm:—Seminar
9:15 – 9:30pm:—Q & A