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Gut Brain Connection: Emotions as Signs

1 CPD   21 May 2019

Understanding the Stress Response

1 CPD   28 May 2019

Events in London:

Biome Restoration and helminths in chronic inflammatory and allergic disorders

2 CPD    Thurs 23rd May

Non-Alcoholic Fatty liver Disease: A Holistic Approach

2 CPD  Thurs 30th May

New Herbal Insights into Allergy and Inflammation

8 CPD   Sat 1st June

Genova introduction to functional testing

2 CPD   Sun 16th June

ANP Naturopathic Summit

18 CPD       14th & 15th Sept

Working with suppressed immunity

2 CPD        Thurs 10th Oct

Belfast

To be announced


Birmingham

Genova introduction to functional testing

2 CPD   Thurs 16th May

How to affect immune response with nutrition

2 CPD   Thurs 13th June

The gut and the endocrine system

2 CPD        Thurs 10th Oct

Brighton

Gut Brain Connection: Emotions as Signs

2 CPD   Thurs 9th May

Genova Introduction to Functional Testing

2 CPD   Thurs 6th Jun

How to affect immune response with nutrition

2 CPD  Thurs 10th Oct

Bristol

Gut Brain Connection: Emotions as Signs

2 CPD   Thurs 25th April

Genova introduction to functional testing

2 CPD   Thurs 26th June

The gut and the endocrine system

2 CPD        Thurs 12th Sept

Edinburgh

The gut and the endocrine system

2 CPD        Thurs 19th Sept

Manchester

Personalised Nutrition for the Mind

2 CPD    Tues 11th June

Genova introduction to functional testing

2 CPD   Weds 11th Sept

The gut and the endocrine system

2 CPD        Tues 8th Oct

How to affect immune response with nutrition

2 CPD    Thurs 14th Nov

Dublin

Adaptogens: Herbs for Strength, Stamina and Stress Relief

2 CPD         Wed 22nd May 

Working with suppressed immunity

2 CPD        Thurs 23rd May

Galway

Working with suppressed immunity

2 CPD        Weds 22nd May

Cork

Working with suppressed immunity

2 CPD        Tues 21st May

Gut Brain Connection: Emotions as Signs 

21 May 2019 - 18:30 - 19:30

FREE WEBINAR - 1 CPD

It is very common to see a presentation of anxiety following a treatment that is hard on gut bacteria. From this, a practitioner can see that some emotions are tightly linked to the condition of the microbiome. In this webinar, learn how to interpret emotional signs in clinical practice, and how the mind and the microbiome interrelate to each other. 


About Lowell Riezouw 

Lowell has been in practice for over 25 years with practices in London, Germany and Slovenia. He has also had 10 years clinical experience treating psychological and emotional disturbances, chronic and deep seated disturbances including mental/emotional states, fertility, allergies, cancer, autism, childhood illnesses, learning disabilities.. In September 2015 Lowell moved to London permanently to establish the London Energetics Clinic in co-operation with other dedicated doctors and practitioners. 


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Understanding the Stress Response

28 May 201918:30 - 19:30

FREE WEBINAR - 1 CPD

Webinar by Vanessa Hitch B.Sc.(CompMed), Adv Dip. Nat. 

In 2019, we are seeing unprecedented levels of chronic stress causing wide-spread metabolic issues and HPA (hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal) dysfunction.Patients may present with whole-body fatigue, sleep disturbances, irritability, poor motivation, depression, insulin resistance, and aches and pains.

We need reliable tools and assessment techniques to effectively determine treatment priorities and get their energy, motivation and vitality back on track quickly.

This up-to-date and informative webinar will outline practical solutions for almost every client walking through your door, including, how stress affects all aspect of health, with a specific focus on the nervous system, the metabolic impact of stress, and how to support better energy levels and sleep patterns.

Discover:

  • How to quickly improve your patient’s energy and get them to the back to the land of the living
  • Clinical clues and body signs to quickly determine treatment strategies
  • How to improve your patient’s circadian rhythm and sleep quality
  • Why the ‘allostatic load’ is critical in understanding your clients total body burden
  • About the HPA-thyroid connection and how cellular energy production is affected by stress
  • How mineral and pH imbalances can affect the nervous system
  • The impact of cortisol dysfunction and how to prescribe effectively

About Vanessa Hitch B.Sc.(CompMed), Adv Dip. Nat.

Vanessa Hitch is a naturopath with over two decades experience as a highly regarded clinician, speaker, educator and supplement formulator. In her clinical practice, Vanessa assists a wide variety of patients and concerns. Her focus is on improving health and wellbeing through effective detoxification, digestive and hormonal support, and the use of genetic and functional testing. Vanessa’s passion for supporting and empowering practitioners and dynamic speaking style will make this an interesting and informative presentation.


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The gut and the endocrine system

Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Edinburgh, Manchester

Multiple dates

2 CPD

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

Image result for clare daley cytoplanAfter 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. 

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.

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


Adaptogens: Herbs for Strength, Stamina & Stress Relief

Dublin

In our modern world we live incredibly busy and stress filled lives. Chronic stress and the resultant elevation of stress hormones such as cortisol have been shown to be an initiator and cofactor for much of our chronic degenerative disease. In addition to stress reduction techniques, healthy relationships, a good diet and adequate sleep, another important factor for reducing stress and enhancing well-being is the use of adaptogenic herbs. In this class we discuss the definition of adaptogens, what is and is not an adaptogen, how these herbs work, the rational and effective clinical use of the different adaptogenic herbs, the unique qualities of each herb and how they can improve cognitive function, restore immune and endocrine balance and promote increased mental and physical well being.

About the Speaker: 

David Winston (USA) Guest Lecturer:

David has one of the largest private herbal research libraries in the U.S. The Herbal Therapeutics Research Library has over 8000 volumes, from 1550 to present, and over 15,000 articles on file. This library is a working library used for research for the herbal and nutritional industry as well as for his writing and for Herbalist & Alchemist.

David was one of the professional herbalists who founded the American Herbalists Guild, the first professional herbalists’ organisation in the US, which certifies clinical herbalists. He is on the professional membership review committee. David Winston has been on the Review Committee of the Botanical Safety Handbook, which produced a significant information resource, which the entire botanical industry, from manufacturers to researchers, relies upon. He is the clinical herbal consultant to hundreds of prominent physicians (MDs, NDs, DOs, DCs) throughout the US, Canada and Europe. David has authored hundreds of articles and a number of books on herbs

WHEN

Weds 22nd May
18:30 - 20:30

WHERE

25 Wolfe Tone St
North City
Dublin
D01 E167, Ireland

TICKETS

ANP Members – £25.00
Non ANP Members – £35.00


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Non-Alcoholic Fatty liver Disease: A Holistic Approach

London

2 CPD

Daniel Baden ND

NAFLD affects at least 25-30% of all British adults. Hepatic lipid infiltration can occur in the absence of any obvious symptoms, yet treatment remains essential to prevent cardiovascular disease, fibrosis, cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma.

New and emerging research continues to inform best-practise clinical approaches to managing this insidious disease. Daniel Baden will draw on his extensive naturopathic experience and present practical clinical insights that can be immediately integrated into your clinical practice.

About the Speaker: 

Daniel Baden ND is a well-known and respected Naturopath and Homoeopath within the Australian and international complementary therapies industry and community. Beginning his journey as a practitioner in clinical practice, Daniel has assumed many roles over the years including; consultant to and member of industry regulatory committees, providing technical support to practitioners, assisting various groups in research projects, lecturer, author and most notably; manufacturer of high quality herbal and nutritional supplements.

WHEN

Thur 30th May
18:30 - 20:30

WHERE

CNM
25 Percy Circus
WC1X 9EU

TICKETS

ANP Member – £5.00
Non ANP Member – £10.00

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How to affect immune response with nutrition

Birmingham, Brighton, Edinburgh, Manchester

2 CPD

The immune system is a highly interactive a complex function of the human body. Intelligent in its workings, the immune system is constantly making decisions 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 inane, previously safe substances.

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

Birmingham

WHEN

Thurs 13th June
6.30pm - 8.30pm

WHERE

Hill Park
Queen's Ride
Birmingham
B12 9QH

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5

Non ANP Members: £15


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Brighton

WHEN

Thurs 10th Oct
6.30pm - 8.30pm

WHERE

Friends Meeting House
Ship Street, B1

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5

Non ANP Members: £15


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Manchester

WHEN

Thurs 14th Nov
6.30pm - 8.30pm

WHERE

6 Mount St
Manchester
M2 5NS

TICKETS

ANP Members: Free

Non ANP Members: £15


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New Herbal Insights into Allergy and Inflammation

London

8 CPD

With the clinical focus on curcumin as the go to herbal treatment for any type of inflammation, do willow bark and Boswellia have any clinical relevance beyond osteoarthritis, and have they even been superseded for this? Is willow bark just a type of mild herbal aspirin, with all of the side effects, but fewer of the benefits of the drug?

In this presentation, Kerry will review new experimental and clinical evidence supporting the important role of these two herbs in a wide range of therapeutic challenges. In particular, new insights are explored that challenge the common assumptions about clinical uses, mechanisms of action and quality issues.

The presentation will close with the proposition that the rehabilitative potential of these two herbs is currently grossly underestimated, and then invite questions and discussions about how we can maximise their clinical potential for the benefit of our patients.

In this presentation you will learn:

  • Why willow bark is NOT a type of herbal aspirin
  • A new key target for willow bark involving an important “danger” signalling pathway in the innate immune system
  • The role of both herbs in autoimmunity
  • The role of both herbs in lung disease
  • The relationship of Boswellia to the blood brain barrier, and resultant implications for neuroplasticity
  • Why it is important to use whole Boswellia extracts
  • Why it is important to meet a defined dosage threshold for willow bark

Key Herbal Strategies for Atopy, Asthma and Allergic Rhinitis

There was little awareness of allergic disease before the first description of allergic rhinitis (AR) in 1870. Since then, there have been steep rises in asthma incidence from the 1950s, and more recently, peanut allergy from the 1990s. Clearly, as our lifestyles move more and more away from nature we are experiencing a pandemic of atopy. But what is specifically behind this phenomenon? In the first part of this presentation, the evidence supporting a range of factors contributing to atopy is outlined, together with natural strategies for both managing and preventing allergic disease. In the second part, the specific causes, pathology, clinical presentation and natural treatment of asthma and AR are detailed, together with case histories.

In this comprehensive presentation you will learn about:

The significance of immune danger and toxins as drivers of atopy, and strategies to alleviate these

  • Optimising barrier function to mitigate all atopic disease
  • How the hygiene and “old friends” hypotheses inform natural strategies for atopy
  • The key herbs for managing atopy

Clinically relevant information includes:

  • Essential features of the asthma and AR mosaics that inform natural treatments, including the new information on phenotype versus endotype in asthma, leading to precision natural prescribing
  • Four key treatment modules to selectively apply in all allergic disorders, using both herbs and nutrients
  • Comprehensive practical protocols

About the speaker

Professor Kerry Bone is the co-founder and innovation driver at MediHerb, where he serves as Director of Research and Development. In 2016 MediHerb was awarded the American Botanical Council’s (ABC’s) Varro E. Tyler Award for excellence in Phytomedicinal Research.

As part of his educational role, Kerry is Principal of the Australian College of Phytotherapy and also Adjunct Professor at New York Chiropractic College, providing input into their postgraduate applied nutrition program. He also founded the successful Masters of Health Science (HerbalMedicine) course at the University of New England in 2004, and served there as Associate Professor from 2004 to 2012.

Kerry is co-author of more than 30 scientific papers on herbal research, including original research and systematic reviews. He currently serves as the only Australian member of the editorial board of the journal Phytomedicine,the top herbal research journal in the world, and is also on the advisory board of the ABC.

He has also written or co-written six popular textbooks on botanical medicine, including his latest with Simon Mills, the long-awaited second edition of Principles and Practice of Phytotherapy,which was awarded the 2013 James A. Duke Excellence in Botanical Literature Award by the ABC. Other key texts include The Essential Guide to Herbal Safety (also awarded the James A Duke Award in 2006), A Clinical Guide to Blending Liquid Herbs and The Ultimate Herbal Compendium. These texts are widely used at Naturopathic and medical colleges throughout the world.

London

WHEN

Sat 1 Jun 2019
10:00 - 16:30

WHERE

Goldsmiths University
8 Lewisham Way
New Cross
London
SE14 6NW

TICKETS

ANP Members: £65.00
Non ANP Members: £135.00
Special Guest: £95.00


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Personalised nutrition for the mind

with Emma Beswick

Manchester

2 CPD

Understanding biochemical individuality through genetic analysis has become increasingly popular in the health industry, enabling more personalised, naturopathic and effective approaches to physical and mental health.

Emma will discuss the importance of looking at genetics in context - considering gene-to-gene and gene-environment interactions. She will present examples of genetic variances that can affect neurotransmitter balance and demonstrate the need to understand the diverse root causes of anxiety and depression and benefits of a personalised nutritional approach over one size fits all medication regime.

Emma Beswick

Emma is a nutritional therapist and member of ANP, the IFM (Institute of Functional Medicine) and the ISSN (International Society of Nutrigenetics/Nutrigenomics). She is the founder and director of Lifecode Gx which provides DNA testing, analysis and consulting for professional use.

Emma believes in a functional medicine approach - looking at the whole person including genetics, health history, symptoms, nutrition and lifestyle to empower individuals to optimise their physical and mental health.

www.lifecodegx.com | team@lifecodegx.com

Manchester

WHEN

Tues 11th June
6.30pm - 8.30pm

WHERE

6 Mount St
Manchester
M2 5NS

TICKETS

ANP Members – £5.00
Non ANP Members – £15.00


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Working with suppressed immunity

Brighton, London, Cork, Galway, Dublin 

2 CPD

By Juliet Hayward

Clients that are suffering from Cancer, Lyme and Chronic Fatigue will often have a compromised immune system and very suppressed CD3, CD56 and CD57 levels. To improve the amount of natural killer cells in a client that needs to mount a stronger immune response, a blend of several approaches is often the most effective and it is this multifactorial approach that I will be explaining in my lecture. These protocols include the use of supplements, BioBran, fish peptides, Pro Knox, Far Infared, infusions, colonics, hyperbaric oxygen therapies and customised anti-oxidant blends.  2 CPD.

About Juliet Hayward

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Juliet Hayward studied under Barbara Wren at the College of Natural Nutrition. She originally worked at the Nutri Centre as a nutritional therapist, where she set up a helpline for practitioners and customers, back in 2000. She now works in private practice, supporting patients suffering from Cancer, Lyme disease, Autism, ME, MS and other chronic diseases. She currently does consultancy work and lecturing for the specialist supplement company, The Really Healthy Company.

London

WHEN

Thurs 10th Oct
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

25 Percy Circus
London
WC1X 9EU

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15


Cork

WHEN

Tues 21st May
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Rochestown Park Hotel
Rochestown Road
Douglas
Cork

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5

Non ANP Members: £15


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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


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Dublin

WHEN

Thurs 23rd May
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

25 Wolfe Tone St
North City
Dublin
D01 E167

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15


BIOME Restoration and helminths in chronic inflammatory and allergic disorders

London

2 CPD

By Judith Chinitz

The rates of autoimmune illnesses, allergies, autism and "mental illnesses" continue to escalate throughout the industrialised world. There is growing evidence that many of these conditions are caused by the loss of exposure to many of our commensal organisms. For example, improved hygiene, water purification, shoes, processed food, and our ubiquitous use of toilets have contributed to the depletion of our intestinal organisms, including helminths (intestinal worms). These macrobiotic animals live in all mammals on the planet, except for humans in industrialised countries, where the rates of these immune-mediated illnesses have sky-rocketed in the last few decades. Research shows that restoring our internal ecosystem with benign helminths may lead to a more regulated, less inflammatory immune response.

About the speaker 

Judith Chinitz is founder and CEO of BIOME restoration, the premier provider of non-pathogen helminths, intestinal worms that have empirically shown that they are capable of training weak immune systems and help to restore normal function. She is also author of We Band of Mothers: Autism My Son & the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. 


WHEN

Thurs 23rd May
18:30 - 20:30


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WHERE

25 Percy Circus
London
WC1X 9EU

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5

Non ANP Members: £15

ANP Naturopathic Summit

Saturday 14th September 2019 - A day with Dr. Joe Pizzorno

Dr Pizzorno is one of the world’s leading authorities on integrative medicine and life-long advocate of natural medicine and naturopathic principles. He founded the now famous Bastyr University which, under his leadership, became the first fully accredited, multidisciplinary university of natural medicine and the first NIH-funded centre for alternative medicine research. From 1996 to 2002, he served on the Seattle/King County Board of Health and in 1996 was a founding board member of the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia. He served as chairman of the American Public Health Association SPIG on CAM from 1999 to 2001.

In 2001, he joined the Scientific Review Board of the Cancer Treatment Research Foundation and the Institute for Functional Medicine Board of Directors (for which he now serves as chairman). In 2002, he became the founding editor of Integrative Medicine: A Clinician's Journal, the most widely distributed peer-reviewed journal in the field. He has been a licensed naturopathic physician in Washington State since 1975. He was appointed by President Clinton in December 2000 to the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy and by President Bush Jnr to the Medicare Coverage Advisory Committee.

Sunday 15th September 2019 - a day with Matthew Wood

Matthew Wood has been a practicing herbalist since 1982. In a period when many authors and lecturers are merely "arm chair herbalists" who offer theories and opinions based on book learning, and others have turned to the exotic traditions of India or China, he has been an active practitioner of traditional Western herbalism.

He has helped tens of thousands of clients over the years, with many difficult health problems. While Matthew believes in the virtue of many other healing modalities, he has always been inspired to learn, preserve, and practice the tradition of herbal medicine descending to us from our European, Anglo-American, and Native American heritage. He is a member of the American Herbalists Guild (registered herbalist).

Matthew has lectured in all parts of the United States, from Georgia to Maine, New York to California, and Santa Fe to Sperryville, Virginia. He has also taught in Canada, Scotland, England, France, and Australia. He is known throughout the world as an excellent teacher of herbal medicine. He is also the author of six acclaimed books on herbal medicine, published by North Atlantic Books, in Berkeley, CA.

WHEN

Start: 14 Sep 2019, 10:00

End: 15 Sep 2019, 18:00

WHERE

CNM, 25 Percy Circus
London
WC1x 9EU

TICKETS

ANP Members Early Bird Full Weekend – £150.00

ANP Members Early Bird Saturday 14th Joe Pizzorno – £75.00

ANP Members Early Bird Sunday 15th Matthew Wood – £75.00

Non ANP Members Early Bird Full Weekend – £295.00

Non ANP Members Early Bird Saturday 14th Joe Pizzorno – £150.00

Non ANP Members Early Bird Sunday 15th – £150.00


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Genova introduction to functional testing

Birmingham, Brighton, London, Manchester

2 CPD

by Martina Cowen BSc DipCNM 

This lecture will cover three key aspects of functional testing – Gastrointestinal testing, Nutrient Status testing and Adrenal function / HPA axis assessment.

The GI Effects Comprehensive Stool Profile is an innovative stool test, providing valuable insight into digestive performance, gut inflammation and the gut microbiome— areas affecting not only GI health, but overall health as well. This tests includes a very comprehensive assessment of the microbiome including PCR analysis for 24 commensal bacteria and six parasites.

THE ONE test (Optimal Nutritional Evaluation) includes both organic acids and amino acids to give an in depth assessment of the patient’s functional need for B vitamins, protein, antioxidants and some minerals. This test gives an insight into the patients energy production in the mitochondria as well as overview of bacterial and yeast dysbiosis and other markers around digestive function and oxidative stress.

There will be a brief overview of the Adrenal Stress Profile which is used to detect imbalances in the daily circadian secretions of the stress hormones cortisol and DHEA.

Imbalances in these hormones can indicate an inappropriate response that can negatively impact energy levels, emotions, and many other health complaints. These include anxiety, chronic inflammatory conditions, allergies, chronic fatigue syndrome, insomnia, depression, migraines, headaches, recurrent infections, menstrual difficulties and infertility. 

Kate Osborne MSc BSc DipBCNH: Kate received her Diploma in Nutritional Therapy from BCNH college, London in 2006 and her MSc in Person Centered Nutrition from CNELM, Wokingham in 2015. Kate has been running her own nutrition practice since 2009, focusing on hormonal health. Kate Osborne joined the Medical Education team at Genova Diagnostics in May 2016

Birmingham

WHEN

Thurs 16th May
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Cannon Hill Park
Queen's Ride
Birmingham
B12 9QH

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15

Brighton

WHEN

Thurs 6th June
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Friends House
Ship Street
Brighton
BN1 1AF

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15

London

WHEN

Sun 13th June
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

CNM
25 Percy Circus
London
WC1X 9EU

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15

Manchester

WHEN

Weds 11th Sept
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

6 Mount St
Manchester
M2 5NS

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15

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