Articles written by Casey Wise
Casey is a practicing Clinical Nutritionist (BHSc Nutritional & Dietetic Medicine) and Endeavour College graduate based in Brisbane, Queensland. Her areas of expertise are autoimmune disease and gut health, and the interconnection between the two.
Casey's journey into nutrition began after being diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis at just 17 years old and experiencing first-hand the transformative power of adopting a nutritious diet and healing the gut. This, combined with her education and clinical experience, has allowed Casey to develop a holistic and integrative approach to nutrition and cemented her passion for helping others to lead their healthiest, most fulfilling lives.
Wednesday, 12 April 2023
Superfood is a buzzword that is thrown around a lot in the health space, and not one that I use lightly. But when it comes to blueberries, these small but mighty fruits are certainly worthy of the title!
Monday, 10 October 2022
In my last two blog posts, we took a dive into autoimmune disease and some of the underlying factors that cause it, including the important role of the gut in regulating immune function. In this post, I’d like to touch on a frequently overlooked aspect …
Tuesday, 16 August 2022
A healthy gut needs two key components — a healthy and intact gut lining and a diverse and balanced microbiome. When these components are compromised, the gut becomes dysfunctional and over time can trigger autoimmune disease.
Wednesday, 20 July 2022
We understand the immune system to be an invaluable ally; protecting the body from any harmful pathogens it may encounter. But sometimes this powerful defensive armoury can turn against healthy cells and tissues, in what we refer to as ‘autoimmune disea…