How to use nutrition to improve cancer recovery

  • 24 Feb 2019
  • 10:00 - 18:00
  • London, CNM, 25 Percy Circus, WC1X 9EU


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How to use nutrition to improve cancer recovery 

10.00 Emotions and Expectations, by Peter Jackson Main, Herbalist, MSc

Image result for peter jackson mainWhen a client has cancer, helping them with their emotional state, mentality and fears will form a huge part of providing them with the support they need. As well as your client, you may also be dealing with multiple professionals, practitioners, and family members: understanding how to navigate all will enable practitioners to deliver a higher standard of care, and protect themselves as well. 

12.00 Understanding nutrition in a cancer patient, by Patricia Peat, Founder of Cancer Options

What does a client with cancer need from a their practitioner? What do they need from their diet? Practitioners can feel overwhelmed when facing a client with a cancer diagnosis. Understanding the needs of the body during cancer, treatment and after will give practitioners visibility and confidence to provide support to their clients. Patricia Peat, founder of Cancer options is an extremely experienced Therapist who has been working  at every stage of the cancer journey for many years. In this lecture, Patricia will be explaining how to use nutraceuticals to support clients at different stages of cancer. 

1.30 Lunch break

2.30 Targeted outcomes, by Patricia Peat, Founder of Cancer Options

Clients who are at various stages of cancer, and also cancer treatment will have different requirements from you. They may be experiencing a permanently altered relationship with food. In this section, I will be explaining how to use protocols  to bolster overall health,strength, endurance and also to address common experiences such as sleep problems, stress, nausea, weight loss, and anxiety. 

4.00 Break

4.30 The role of oxygen  by Dr Robert Lyons (Hungary)

Image result for dr robert lyons hungaryA low oxygen state is referred to as being hypoxic. Hypoxic tumours are more aggressive and more resistant to all cancer treatments. Where there is low oxygen there is also a greater risk of the disease spreading. For this reason, there is an increase of interest in oxygen and oxygen therapies for cancer, and your clients are highly likely to ask you about it. In this lecture, Dr Robert Lyons will explain the research behind oxygen, hypoxia and cancer so  that attendees can be informed when responding to questions from their clients.