Brought to you by Gabi Giacomin, Naturopath from The Conscious Pod
Natural Medicine Week couldn’t be a more relevant time to dive deeply into the benefits of Natural Medicine when health and wellness are being tested by global events. Maintaining your child’s resilience during times of stress is important for avoiding cold’s and flu’s. Resilience is also important for maintaining brain development and avoiding chronic disease, which children with Down Syndrome are susceptible to due to their genetics.
This week I will be launching some exciting new insights into mitochondrial support for people with Down Syndrome using Targeted Nutritional Intervention + Lifestyle interventions. If you’re asking yourself ‘What is mitochondria? What is TNI? How is it relevant to my child’ all will be answered soon. Keep an eye on my Facebook page The Conscious Pod this week for my article.
If you’d like to have the opportunity to receive a FREE consultation, like and Follow ‘The Conscious Pod’ Public Facebook Page (and get your friends and family to like it!) and when you see the article on Mitochondria write in the comments underneath in 2-3 words what makes your child unique.
I will choose the best answer to receive the FREE consultation! Winner will be chosen in two weeks at 6pm Friday 5th June 2020 AEST.
See you later this week!
Lots of Love <3
Gabi is Founder and Director of The Conscious Pod, a Naturopath and mother of a child with Down Syndrome. She began consulting as a Naturopath in 2000 and has worked at two Natural Medicine Clinics since then and an Integrative Medical Practice in 2007. Gabi specialises in treating people with Down Syndrome and is currently available for consultation by Skype.
Gabi received a Highly Commended award from the ATMS + Nature & Health Magazine for Practitioner of the Year 2018!
Gabi is a member of the Trisomy 21 Research Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) USA as a Healthcare Provider. She contributes research to the Global Down Syndrome Community as a part of this group and has written articles on “The Gut and Down Syndrome”, “Metals and Minerals” and “Natural Alternatives to Antibiotics” for parents learning about DS biochemistry in the beginners group.
Gabi completed her Masters in Clinical Science at Southern Cross University, Lismore in 2013, specialising in Complementary Medicine. She has a Bachelor of Health Science, Bachelor of Arts, and Diploma’s in Naturopathy and Herbal Medicine.
Gabi is a Certified GAPS Practitioner, Homeopathic Prophylaxis Practitioner and has studied the Gut Microbiota with SmartGUT’s Dr Margie Smith and Dr Henry Butt from Bioscreen. She has published five articles related to Down Syndrome Health in “Mumma-love”, an online parenting site, and updates her blog site regularly.