Dr Brad McEwen PhD is a naturopath, nutritionist, herbalist, educator, researcher, and mentor with over 21 years of clinical experience. He has a PhD from University of Sydney, Master of Health Science (Human Nutrition) from Deakin University, among other qualifications listed below. He has a passion for teaching and has been educating in nutritional medicine and the health sciences for over 16 years. He presents seminars, webinars, and at conferences both nationally and internationally (United States, United Kingdom, Spain, Japan, New Zealand). He has numerous original research and review articles published in peer-reviewed journals. Brad has a passion for research. He is a peer reviewer for international journals. His research interests include the effects of diet and nutrition on cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, cardiometabolic syndrome, depression, anxiety, polycystic ovarian syndrome, cognition, and chronic disease; Omega-3 PUFA; antioxidants; chronic disease prevention; complementary and integrative medicine; and public health. He received the Eberhard F. Mammen Young Investigator Award (an international award in thrombosis and haemostasis). In 2016 Bradley received the Excellence in Practice Lecturer Researcher of the Year and the Dorothy Hall Memorial Award for Practitioner Excellence (an award for the advancement of natural medicine in Australia). In 2017, he was finalist for Lecturer of the Year. Brad serves on the Board of Directors of the Australian Traditional-Medicine Society (ATMS), Australia's largest national professional association of natural medicine practitioners representing approximately 10,000 accredited practitioners. Brad has extensive training in health, public health and the health sciences. He keeps up to date by regularly attending seminars for continuing professional education (CPE). Brad has a strong passion for seeing people succeed and achieve their goals. He also enjoys chocolate, travel, photography, walking, and conversation.