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We believe there is a singular approach, one that synthesises genetics, environment and systems into a truly holistic model.
We call it Adaptive Health.
We’ll be starting our Adaptive Health education in 2018, and over the course of the year we’ll be looking at all aspects of this approach in detail in our seminars and online content.
We begin with four major lynchpins to health adaptation – the ‘essential processes’ of methylation and detoxification, and energy and stress response. Later, we’ll be introducing you to our perspective on hormonal health, structural degeneration, gut and immunity.
Because we have so much to tell you, we are running our part I and part II programmes concurrently in the first half of the year, so make sure you book on both! Sign up to make sure you don’t miss out on future dates.
Want to get involved? Call or email us to register your interest, book on one of our events near you and we’ll make sure we let you know about all the exciting things happening in the arena of Adaptive Health this year, including a priority update on upcoming events and product and event discounts. Attendees receive a free Adaptive Health Kit pack, containing everything you need to understand the Adaptive Health Model.
We begin our journey by exploring the very heart of health and disease. Certain, whole-body, biochemical processes, such as detoxification and methylation, are the essence of adaptation. Armed with the genetics that shape us, and challenged by our complex environments, we are engaged in dynamic metabolism, synthesising hormones and neurotransmitters, rebuilding cells, and transforming and detoxifying toxins and metabolites. We are going to examine in detail how these processes impact mood, the cardiovascular system, hormone levels, cellular health, inflammation and our management of the toxic overload of our daily lives. Learn when genetics are important and when they’re not, and gain practical supplement protocols to support clients. Not only our free seminars high quality education, they are also the perfect social setting to network with your local colleagues! Book in and have a great day out on us.
4 CPD hours (BANT, NNA, NTOI). All times 10-4pm.
|Bristol||Penny Brohn Cancer Care Centre, Pill||Mon||05-Mar|
|Cardiff||Bute Park Education Centre||Tue||06-Mar|
|Exeter||Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM)||Wed||07-Mar|
|Cork||Rochestown Park Hotel||Tue||27-Mar|
|Galway||Connacht Hotel Dublin Road||Wed||28-Mar|
|Dublin||Green Isle Hotel||Thur||29-Mar|
|Sussex||The Hub, University of Brighton||Thur||10-May|
|Birmingham||Beckett’s Farm Conference Centre||Tue||22-May|
|Manchester||Manchester Art Gallery||Thur||24-May|
|London||Cavendish Conference Centre||Sat||02-Jun|
|Cambridge||Hilton doubletree Cambridge||Wed||06-Jun|
|York||Kings Manor, University of York||Mon||18-Jun|
|Edinburgh||Apex International Hotel||Tue||19-Jun|
|Wokingham||Centre for Nutrition Education (CNELM)||Thur||05-Jul|
Modern life has created a metabolic ‘energy crisis’. We are under continual environmental stress, creating our most fundamental challenge to healthy adaptation. In this seminar, we take a look at the interlinked processes of fuelling the cells, AHPA axis regulation, mitochondrial function, and how those processes adapt to the significant environmental challenges presented by the modern diet, and social, emotional, situational, and toxic stress, focused around 2 real life case studies. Alessandro Ferretti’s personal research offers a unique and unmissable perspective on this critical area.
Not only are our free seminars high quality education, they are also the perfect social setting to network with your local colleagues! Book in and have a great day out on us.
4 CPD hours (BANT, NNA, NTOI). All times 10-4pm.
|Birmingham||Beckett’s Farm Conference Centre||Mon||26-Feb|
|Manchester||Manchester Art Gallery||Thur||01-Mar|
|Wokingham||Centre for Nutrition Education (CNELM)||Wed||14-Mar|
|Sussex||The Hub, University of Brighton||Thur||15-Mar|
|York||Kings Manor, University of York||Mon||19-Mar|
|Edinburgh||Apex International Hotel||Tue||20-Mar|
|Cambridge||Hilton Doubletree Cambridge||Thurs||19-Apr|
|Cardiff||Bute Park Education Centre||Mon||14-May|
|Bristol||Penny Brohn Cancer Care Centre, Pill||Tue||15-May|
|Exeter||Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM)||Wed||16-May|
|Cork||Rochestown Park Hotel||Tue||12-Jun|
|Galway||Connacht Hotel Dublin Road||Wed||13-Jun|
|Dublin||Green Isle Hotel||Thurs||14-Jun|
|London||Cavendish Conference Centre||Sat||14-Jul|
Log into our ever growing online resource area to view free webinars, videocasts, research notes and much more!
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Neurodegeneration is the greatest threat to our society. Advances in genetics have shown us that there are certain predispositions, but also how pivotal the environment is to the development of conditions like MS, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Nutritional and lifestyle interventions can be immensely powerful. In this advanced seminar, we gather together some leading thinkers in this area. Lucille Leader outlines her internationally-renowned expertise on Parkinson’s disease, Rachel Nicoll examines the role of our toxic environment, Alessandro Ferretti looks at Alzheimer's. Final speaker line up TBC.
5 CPD hours (BANT/NNA/NTOI) applied for.
To book your place, please call our education and clinical nutrition team on 0121 433 8774.