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Cover image for lecture: When Food Turns Toxic

Lecture Overview

How is it that the essential elements for sustaining life - food and water - can also poison us? This session with nutritionist Katie King explores questions like: what makes certain nutrients like gluten toxic to some people? Are some processed foods actually poisoning our gut? Good and bad bacteria - what’s the difference to gut health? And, how can we assist and provide education to promote and prevent food toxicity?


Portrait of Katie King
Katie King

Katie King is a practising nutritionist with a bachelor of health science majoring in nutritional medicine. Katie devises personalised diets for her clients, depending on their present condition. She has worked with a wide variety of presenting conditions, including autoimmune and generalised IBS, always aiming to optimize the gut microbiome to provide solutions for these clients. See Educator Profile


41 Total Rating(s)
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Marta Marcuta
17 Mar 2020

Excellent teacher and information.

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Bev Brown
10 Mar 2020

Very easy to listen to would love to sit down and talk to her

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Fran cooper
06 Mar 2020

Only skimmed the surface.

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Anita Carroll
01 Mar 2020

great to see a new perspective in what education in Nutrition can off in improving health of out clients

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Danielle Eade
19 Jan 2020

Interesting and easy to follow

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Wesley Clifton
06 Jan 2020


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Andrea Wong
12 Dec 2019

Great information on nutrition and to educate others.

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Michele Selby
22 Oct 2019

A very interesting and current topic.

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Lauren Bannan
11 Oct 2019

Interesting and easy to follow

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Anne Raukawa
10 Aug 2019

I found the constant hand gesturing by the presenter to be very distracting. She did not appear to be confident in delivering her presentation . I did however learn some new information about the gut.