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Events in London:

Bloods: functional testing and interpretation

Sat 16th Feb

How to support clients with cancer

Sun 24th Feb

Nutrition for Cancer

Sun 17th Mar

Testing for heavy metals: hair mineral analysis

Sat 13th April

The gut and the endocrine system

Thurs 18th April

Herbs for mental health

1st & 2nd June

ANP Naturopathic Summit

14th & 15th Sept

Working with suppressed immunity

Thurs 10th Oct

Belfast

The gut and the endocrine system

Mon 11th Mar

Birmingham

Nutrition for clients with cancer

Thurs 14th Mar

The gut and the endocrine system

Thurs 10th Oct

Brighton

Fatigue and mitochondria

Fri 1st Mar

The gut and the endocrine system

Weds 20th Mar

Working with suppressed immunity

Thurs 11th April

Bristol

Fatigue and mitochondria

Fri 15th Feb

The gut and the endocrine system

Thurs 12th Sept

Edinburgh

The gut and the endocrine system

Thurs 19th Sept

Manchester

Nutrition for clients with cancer

Tues 12th Mar

The gut and the endocrine system

Tues 8th Oct

Dublin

The gut and the endocrine system

Thurs 14th Mar

Working with suppressed immunity

Thurs 9th May

Galway

The gut and the endocrine system

Tues 12th Mar

Working with suppressed immunity

Weds 22nd May

Cork

The gut and the endocrine system

Weds 13th Mar

Working with suppressed immunity

Tues 21st May

Bloods: functional testing and interpretation

London

By Holly Taylor

Subjects covered: 

Folate methyl trap - why fbc isn’t enough for checking for B12 deficiency 

Ferritin - when is low too low? 

Thyroid - a naturopathic view on TSH and why functional testing is essential

Blood lipid panels - how functional testing can give a better picture of risk

Vitamin D - new guidelines on optimal and why vitamin d testing alone might not be enough

WHEN

Sat 16th Feb 2019
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

25 Percy Circus
London
WC1X 9EU

TICKETS

ANP Members: £10
Non ANP Members: £30

The gut and the endocrine system

Belfast, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Edinburgh, Manchester, Cork, Dublin, Galway

By Clare Daley

What are the links between gut health and hormone health?

The importance of the gut and its place as central to health has been known for hundreds of years, and today there is increasing evidence linking the health of the gut to a wide range of conditions. Poor gut health increases systemic inflammation which is one of the features of many chronic diseases including Alzheimer’s, cardiovascular disease and autoimmune diseases.

As you know, few people today have perfect digestion and gut health. In fact, digestive disorders are one of the most common complaints in people visiting their GP.

Hormones control most major bodily functions, from hunger to reproduction; they determine our energy levels and impact our mood. There are many links between gut health and hormone health. For example:

The gut, along with other tissues, converts thyroid hormone T4 to active T3

Symptoms due to oestrogen dominance can be reduced by supporting the liver to biotransform oestrogen and the gut to eliminate it

Insulin signalling and insulin resistance are affected by the composition of the gut microbiota

This seminar will explore the links between gut/liver function and hormone health and outline the 5-R programme for restoring optimal gastrointestinal function and hormonal health.

About Clare Daley

After graduating with a degree in Biological Sciences at the University of Exeter, Clare worked in environmental management for 10 years. Clare returned to study at the University of Worcester, and completed the Postgraduate Diploma in Nutritional Therapy (with Distinction) in 2010. Clare is a qualified NLP Practitioner and more recently completed the Institute for Functional Medicine’s AFMCP course.

Since qualifying, Clare has worked in clinic as a Nutritional Therapist, with clients suffering from a wide range of conditions including digestive issues, fibromyalgia, hormone imbalances and weight management. Clare joined Cytoplan in 2015 where she supports practitioner education and runs Cytoplan’s Brain Health Programme.

Belfast

WHEN

Mon 11th March
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Stranmillis Rd
Belfast
BT9 5DY

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15


Galway

WHEN

Tues 12th March
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Connacht Hotel
Old Dublin Rd
Galway, H91 K5DD
Ireland

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15

Cork

WHEN

Weds 13th March
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Rochestown Rd
Douglas
Co. Cork
Ireland

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15

Dublin

WHEN

Thurs 14th March
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

25 Wolfe Tone St
North City
Dublin, D01 E167

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15

Brighton

WHEN

Weds 20th March
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Ship St
Brighton
BN1 1AF

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15

London

WHEN

Thurs 18th April
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

25 Percy Circus
London
WC1X 9EU

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15

Bristol

WHEN

Thurs 12th Sept
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

1B Woodlands Court
Ash Ridge Road
Almondsbury
Bristol, BS32

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15

Edinburgh

WHEN

Thurs 19th Sept
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Napiers University
10 Colinton Rd
Edinburgh
EH10 5DT

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15

Manchester

WHEN

Tues 8th Oct
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

6 Mount Street
Manchester
M2 5NS

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15

Birmingham

WHEN

Thurs 10th Oct
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Cannon Hill Park
Queen's Ride
Birmingham
B12 9QH

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5

Non ANP Members: £15


How to support clients with cancer

London

10.00 Emotions and Expectations

12.00 Understanding nutrition in a cancer patient Patricia Peat

1.30 lunch break

2.30 Using Nutrition for targeted outcomes by Patricia Peat

4.00 Break

4.30 The importance of oxygenation by Dr Robert Lyons

WHEN

Thurs 24th Feb
10.00 - 6.00pm 


Book Now

WHERE

25 Percy Circus
London
WC1X 9EU

TICKETS

ANP Members: £45
Non ANP Members: £65

Nutrition for Cancer

London

By Peter H. Kay

1. Summary of cancer causation.

This includes introduction to many of the body’s defence and repair mechanisms that are relevant to cancer causation and treatment.

2. Factors affecting chemotherapy.

Different kinds of drugs. Factors affecting their efficacy, genetics and importance of cytochrome P450 enzymes, CYP2D6 and CYP3A4, blood factors, genetic considerations, pharmacogenetics. The significance of multi-drug resistance. Cancer stem cells.

3. What can be done to help chemotherapy and radiotherapy work as effectively as possible.

4. Radiotherapy, pros and cons.

How radiotherapy works. Genetic considerations, radiogenomics. Difficulties with radiotherapy. DNA repair systems. Low dose radiation, benefits.

5. Introduction to immunological aspects.

Immunological factors. Drug/immune reactions. Monoclonal antibodies. Stem cell transplantation, graft versus host considerations. Dendritic cell therapy. Checkpoint immunotherapy. CAR T cell therapy.

6. Introduction to photodynamic therapy.

7. Understanding spontaneous remission.

Oncolytic viral therapy. Infectious agents, Coley’s toxins.

8. Cancer cell specific metabolic pathways. Significance of PARP inhibitors in breast and ovary cancer.

How they can be used to develop alternative approaches to cancer treatments.

9. Directions to determine the genetic types of important enzymes.

Is chemotherapy going to be helpful or harmful? Who to contact for genetic typing of genes that encode CYP2D6, CYP3A4, DPD and p53 for example.

10. Supplementation and dietary considerations.


About Peter H. Kay

Dr. Peter H Kay PhD is a world renowned scientist, molecular pathologist, immunologist and geneticist. 

WHEN

Sun 17th Mar
10:00 - 18:00


Book Now

WHERE

25 Percy Circus
London
WC1X 9EU

TICKETS

ANP Members – £160.00
Non Members – £320.00


Fatigue and Mitochondria

Bristol, Brighton

by Ray Griffiths

Mitochondria account for 10% of our body weight and, when healthy, provide us with 90% of our body's energy. However, when mitochondria are unhealthy, the consequences on the rest of the body can be serious, contributing to many chronic and degenerative conditions including cancer and Alzheimer's Disease.

This insightful seminar will look specifically at how to help practitioners identify the mitochondrial dysfunction underlying fatigue, and guidance on optimising mitochondrial function through diet and nutritional supplementation.

Bristol

WHEN

Fri 15th Feb
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Woodlands Court
1b/100 Ash Ridge Rd
Bradley Stoke
Bristol
BS32 4LB

TICKETS

ANP Members: £25
Non ANP Members: £35

Brighton

WHEN

Fri 1st March
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Friends Meeting House
Ship St
Brighton
BN1 1AF

TICKETS

ANP Members: £25
Non ANP Members: £35

Testing for Heavy Metals: hair mineral analysis

London

By E.Blaurock-Busch Ph

1. Hair Mineral Analysis (HMA), what information does it reliably provide?

2. What we need to know about metals in blood, urine, saliva or feces.

3. When should I do HMA, and why?

4. The essential trace elements in HMA, when to supplement and how?

5. Toxic metals in HMA (aluminium, cadmium, lead, nickel, mercury)

6. Can HMA show exposure to radioactive metals?

7. The interaction of metals.

8. Dental metals and how to diagnose metal release from amalgams

9. Natural detoxification therapies (orthomolecular, zeolithe, chlorellas etc), and how to validate treatment success.

10. Discussion of common questions:

The patient was exposed and the HMA does not show it. Why?

An autistic child shows high mercury, but was never exposed. Why?

What about vaccination, aluminium and mercury?

My patient has no hair. Can I send nails?

My patient has colored hair and fake nails. What to do?

How long can I store hair?

Additional questions can be submitted previous to lecture.

WHEN

Sat 13th April
10:00 - 18:00


Book Now

WHERE

25 Percy Circus
London
WC1X 9EU

TICKETS

ANP Members – £65.00
Non Members – £120.00

Nutrition for clients with cancer

by Patricia Peat

Birmingham, Manchester

Information coming soon

Birmingham

WHEN

Thurs 14th March
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Cannon Hill Park
Queen's Ride
Birmingham
B12 9QH

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15


Manchester

WHEN

Tues 12th March
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Friends Meeting House
6 Mount St
Manchester
M2 5NS

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15


Working with suppressed immunity

by Juliet Hayward

Brighton, London, Cork, Galway, Dublin 

Details coming soon

Brighton

WHEN

Thurs 11th April
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Friends Meeting House
Ship Street
Brighton
BN1 1AF

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15


London

WHEN

Thurs 10th Oct
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

25 Percy Circus
London
WC1X 9EU

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15


Dublin

WHEN

Thurs 9th May
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

25 Wolfe Tone St
North City
Dublin
D01 E167

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15


Cork

WHEN

Tues 21st May
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

The Connacht Hotel
Old Dublin Road

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15


Galway

WHEN

Weds 22nd May
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

The Connacht Hotel
Old Dublin Road
Galway

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15


Herbs for mental health

Kerry Bone PhD & Matthew Wood

London

Details to follow soon

WHEN

Sat & Sun 1st/2nd June
10:00 - 17:00


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WHERE

Goldsmiths University
8 Lewisham Way
New Cross
London
SE14 6NW

TICKETS

ANP Members: £75
Non ANP Members: £135
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