Joost Bakker presents #breatheyourbiome by Zach Bush
“Zach Bush is one of the most inspiring people in the world. He has the unique ability to unravel today’s many complex health and environmental issues. Linking the destruction of our environment to the destruction of our health,” Joost Bakker
Joost Bakker presents Zach Bush live in Australia on Tuesday 10th March at Deakin Edge, Federation Square at 7.30pm – 9.30pm.
Hear firsthand from Zach, his wide-ranging and at times mind-blowing views that explore new insights into the mechanisms behind human health and longevity. Zach discusses the impact of industrial farming, chemical pesticides, the pharmaceutical industry and even errant western medical practices have on both human and planetary health.
About Zach Bush
Zach Bush MD is a physician specialising in internal medicine, endocrinology and hospice care. He is an internationally recognised educator on the microbiome as it relates to health, disease, and our production systems. Dr. Bush founded *Seraphic Group to develop root-cause solutions for human and ecological health and extend his passion for educating the world on topics such as the state of our soil – including the need to eradicate toxins such as glyphosate from our farming chain – and the importance of gut/brain communications as a vital part of our overall health/wellbeing.
Dr. Bush is a respected speaker and authority in the health and wellness space. He travels the world speaking to medical and farming communities as well as consumers who are interested in taking proactive control of their health.
Rich Roll (Athlete/Author) on Zach Bush
“For the uninitiated, Zach’s varied interests belie attempts to properly define him — but I’ll give it a try. One of the few triple board-certified physicians in America with expertise in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism, and Hospice/Palliative care, he is the founder and director of M Clinic integrative health center in Virginia.
In addition to his experience in functional medicine, longevity, autism, gut health, cancer, and many other areas of medicine, he is an avid environmentalist and activist involved in a multitude of projects that focus on ecology, regenerative agriculture, farmer well-being and spirituality.
To advocate for soil health and food independence, Zach is also the creator of Farmer’s Footprint. Seen through the lens of farmers and their communities, it’s a documentary series and grassroots movement that evaluates the impact of monocrop farming and pesticide reliance on chronic disease and planetary health — while simultaneously exploring evidence-based solutions to rebuild living biodiversity and ultimately reverse climate change.
But more than anything, Zach is a healer. A master consciousness. A gift to humanity. And someone I am very proud to call friend.”