Latest Past Events

Maternity Natural Health Webinar with Dr. Laura M. Brown, ND


Early life microbiota influences immunity, gastrointestinal health, metabolism, neurodevelopment, and overall infant health. The infant gut must rapidly accumulate ten times as many microbes as the whole body contains human cells.

Poorly developed gut microbiome in early life increases susceptibility to the development of food allergy, asthma and autism, celiac disease, and more. There is an increased risk of obesity in 84% of children exposed to prenatal antibiotics in the second or third trimester and 46% in those delivered by C-section. Infants fed formula have impaired immunity and altered metabolism.

Tune in June 28th with Kathy Fray and Dr. Laura M. Brown, ND to learn how to help a child develop and maintain a healthy microbiome before, during and after birth.

Thyroid Talk April 30th 10:45-11:45am at Celebrate Spring Fundraiser Event

400 Victoria Rd. N Guelph 400 Victoria Rd. N, Guelph

Celebrate Spring Ladies Day Out & Vendor FairShopping |  Workshops  | Inspiration  | Crafts Join us for our Celebrate Spring Fundraiser! This event is jam-packed with vendors, workshops, crafts, food, and so much more! Saturday April 30th 8:30am-3pm New Life Church, 400 Victoria Rd. N Guelph. Tickets are $60 per person and include workshops, marketplace shopping, snacks, lunch and door prizes. We will be offering workshops with various themes throughout the day. We will feature various vendors all day long, […]


Mucous Membranes: The First Frontier You Forgot

Dr. Laura M. Brown, ND presents the mucous membrane as a continuum and  helps you recognize the differences body geography makes in mucous membrane behaviour. Gain knowledge of supplements and therapies that strengthen the mucous membrane and positively modify states of disease like mast cell activation syndrome and histamine intolerance, inflammatory bowel disease, asthma, chronic rhinosinusitis , intestinal barrier function, aphthous stomatitis, radiation and chemotherapy-induced oral mucositis, ulcers and infection induced damage.  Full conference details