How to affect immune response with nutrition

  • 10 Oct 2019
  • 18:30 - 20:30
  • Brighton, Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, B1


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The immune system is a highly interactive and complex function of the human body. Intelligent in its workings, the immune system is constantly making decisions and taking actions that protect its human home. When the immune system is irregular, we can see autoimmune conditions, allergies, and perhaps an inability to recover from virus or infection or a hyperactive reaction to previously safe substances.

In this lecture, Lauren Craven-Niemczyk will be explaining how nutrients like beta-glucans modulate the immune response, the reasons that immune defences can be lowered and how to reduce the severity of allergic reactions and allergies.


Lauren Craven-Niemczyk

MRes BSc (Hons) NTDip mBANT rCHNC

Lauren completed a 3-year diploma in Naturopathic Nutrition with the College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM), which consisted of 1 year of Biomedicine and 2 years of Naturopathic Nutrition. 

Since then she has set up her private practice 'Wild and Wise Nutrition', seeing clients with a range of health concerns, although female hormonal health and skin conditions are of a particular interest.

Lauren follows a functional medicine approach to nutrition, and aims to empower clients with the information and resources to understand what makes them feel good, and why.