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by Kunal K May 04, 2014 1 min read

  • 45% of the Australian population experience mental illness at some point in their lifetime. In 16-24 year olds, the rate is 25% with depression being the most common in females.
  • 10% of Australian children struggle with ADHD..
  • Allergies affect 1/3 children, while Asthma affects 1/3.
  • The rate of childhood cancer, diabetes, obesity and depression have each more than doubled in the past two decades.

The MINDDFoundation shines a light on Metabolic, Immunologic, Neurologic, Digestive and Developmental issues.

This year's forum will focus on:

  • Brain Health for Mental Health, Concentration & IQ
  • Nutritional & Integrative Treatments for Children & Adults.

The goals of the forum are:

  • To bring together international and Australian leaders in the fields of Brain Plasticity, Functional Neurology, Nutrition, Biomedicine, Allied and Neuro Therapies.
  • Educate more patients, parents & carers to effectively select sequence and manage treatments in the most time-efficient and financially viable way.
  • Inform professionals in cutting-edge biomedical and dietary treatments to establish the vital foundation for cellular health.
  • Educate teachers and the community to identify affected children and then refer them to trained Integrative professionals who can help.
  • Develop networks of practitioners to practice Integrative Healthcare across Australia. Educate Australasian manufacturers to drive product innovation.

OptimOZ is proud to continue to support MINDDs mission and we will be supplying Bulletproof Coffee to all attendees throughout the two days of the forum. See you there!

For more information and tickets visit the MINDD website

Kunal K
Kunal K

Co-Founder, OptimOZ.com.au

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