Events

Location DateTitleDetails
London8th February Does Inflammatory Bowel Exist?Details
London28th February Herbs and Female HormonesDetails
London8th MarchMotivation and Compliance Details
London10th March Gut Brain Microbiota Axis TestingDetails
London4th MarchDe Qi Needling TechniqueDetails
London10th March How to interpret tongue signsDetails
London25th AprilHow to put inflammation into remissionDetails
London17th MayNutrigenomics: Nervous System GenesDetails
London20, 21st and 22nd July ANP Naturopathic Summit Details
London6th SeptemberAlzheimers: Prevent and reverse cognitive declineDetails
London18th OctoberFatigue and Mitochondrial DysfunctionDetails
London8th November Molecular Hydrogen and the MicrobiomeDetails
Belfast8th February Alzheimers: Prevent and reverse cognitive declineDetails
Belfast18th AprilMolecular Hydrogen and the MicrobiomeDetails
Edinburgh1st FebruaryMolecular Hydrogen and the MicrobiomeDetails
Edinburgh8th MarchH Pylori, Candida and FungusDetails
Edinburgh17th MayAlzheimers: Prevent and reverse cognitive declineDetails
Edinburgh18th OctoberGut Brain Microbiota AxisDetails
Brighton22nd February H Pylori, Candida and FungusDetails
Brighton19th April Gut Brain Microbiota AxisDetails
Manchester22nd February Nutrition for EnergyDetails
Manchester21st MarchHerbs and Female HormonesDetails
Manchester19th April Alzheimers: Prevent and reverse cognitive declineDetails
Manchester7th November Molecular Hydrogen and the MicrobiomeDetails
Birmingham28th February How to put inflammation into remissionDetails
Birmingham22nd MarchSIBO: A Functional ApproachDetails
Birmingham12th AprilAlzheimers: Prevent and reverse cognitive declineDetails
Birmingham17th MayGut Brain Microbiota AxisDetails
Birmingham26th SeptemberMolecular Hydrogen and the MicrobiomeDetails
Bristol22nd February Gut Brain Microbiota Axis Details
Bristol12th AprilMolecular Hydrogen and the MicrobiomeDetails
Bristol12th MayAlzheimers: Prevent and reverse cognitive declineDetails

Does irritable bowel syndrome exist?

London

Thursday 8th February 6.30 - 8.30pm

by Ben Brown

Clinical management then requires an approach based on our evolving knowledge of the underlying multi-factorial origins of “IBS-like” symptoms unique to each individual.  Accessible and cost-effective nutritional, metabolic and digestive assessments can help identify the cause of symptoms and direct and personalise treatment.

This talk explores the underlying causes of digestive symptoms as well as the clinical assessment tools that can be used to identify them. We also look at how assessment can be used to inform personalised dietary, lifestyle and nutritional interventions that improve physiological function, restore gastrointestinal health and resolve symptoms.

  • In this important lecture, you will explore:
  • What the underlying causes of “IBS-like” symptoms are.
  • How to identify unique causes of digestive symptoms.
  • Personalised treatments, based on lifestyle and nutritional medicine. 
Venue:  CNM London
Tickets for ANP Members:£5*
Tickets for Non-Members:£15

Eventbrite - ANP - The Role of Botanicals in Health – Bionutri [Tuesday 6th June]
*To receive your ANP member discount code, please contact info@theanp.co.uk

Nutrition for Energy

Manchester 

Thursday 22nd February 6.30 - 8.30pm

By Rochelle Logan Rodgers

Many clients will come to clinic with conditions that affect their energy levels. Presentations can range from hyperactivity, to nervous energy, breathlessness and easy exhaustion which over time, can lead to low moods and lack of enthusiam for getting better. In this lecture, Rochelle Logan Rodgers will be teaching you how to raise your client's level of energy using nutritional protocols, as well as the key nutrients that have best impact for differing clinical presentations. 

Venue:Manchester Pendulum and Conference Centre
Tickets for ANP Members:£5*
Tickets for Non-Members:£15

*To receive your ANP member discount code, enter your membership number. To join the ANP please contact info@theanp.co.uk

SIBO: A Functional Approach

Birmingham 

Thursday 22nd March 6.30 - 9pm  

By Simon Bradley

The human gastrointestinal tract is a marvel of physical and microbiological symbiosis that in its healthiest state supports and enhances both our physiological and mental health. Optimal health is easily impaired by simple imbalances of digestive function which can occur at any age and for a wide variety of reasons. One consequence of an impairment of  gastrointestinal function and microbiological imbalance is a condition called Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth often abbreviated to  SIBO. This talk is focused upon identifying the possible symptoms of SIBO and the impact this condition can have upon digestive function and overall health. We will consider the effectiveness of appropriate functional testing as a way of identifying the presence of SIBO and introduce guidance to the therapies available should SIBO be identified.

Venue:MAC Birmingham, Cannon Hill Park, Queens Ride, B12 9QH
Tickets for ANP Members:£5*
Tickets for Non-Members:£15

*To receive your ANP member discount code, enter your membership number. To join the ANP please contact info@theanp.co.uk

Herbs and Female Hormones

London Weds. 28th February 6.30 -8.30pm

Manchester Weds. 21st March 6.30 -8.30pm

 by Euan McLennan & Katie Pande

Euan McLennan from Pukka's Research and Development Team will be explaining the powerful actions of herbs on the female hormonal system. Using herbal medicine case studies, by the end of this lecture you will learn how to select and combine herbs for specific hormonal regulatory actions that can be used for PCOS, Endometriosis, Menopause, Fertility and general imbalance. 

London28th February Herbs and Female HormonesDetails
Manchester21st MarchHerbs and Female HormonesDetails

Motivation and Compliance
London 

Thursday 8th March 6.30 -8.30pm

By Despina Giannapoulou 

Compliance, commitment and motivation are integral to a successful treatment plan - how do you get your client on top of symptoms and make sure they follow through? 

In this lecture, Despina Giannapoulou will go through case studies and explain the methods of communication, and digital technologies that have helped her to keep her clients on track

Venue:CNM London, 25 Percy Circus, London, WC1X 9EU
Tickets for ANP Members:£5*
Tickets for Non-Members:£15

*To receive your ANP member discount code, enter your membership number. To join the ANP please contact info@theanp.co.uk

Needling Technique: Achieving De Qi

London

Saturday 4th March

by Ye Liuzhong

  • Needling technique for achieving "De Qi"
  • Different depth of needling for different targets of treatment focus. 
  • Signs of De Qi and indications
  • Manipulations of needling and enforcement techniques
Venue:CNM London, 25 Percy Street, London, WC1X 5EU
Tickets for ANP Members:£10
Tickets for Non-Members:£50

*To receive your ANP member discount code, enter your membership number. To join the ANP please contact info@theanp.co.uk

How to interpret Tongue Signs
London 

Saturday 10th March  10.30 am - 6.00pm

By Ye Liuzong 

Laboratory testing can expensive and invasive for your client.  Getting as much precise diagnostic information from your client from the outset is essential to building a successful protocol and relationship with your client.

Understanding what the tongue and pulse is showing you is informativve, gentle and non invasive. The tounge and pulse will also change in response to your treatment and give you an indication of how your client is responding to your protocol.  In this full day workshop, Dr. Ye Liuxhong will  teach you how to check, read and interpret the tongue and pulse signs  of your client. 

Venue:CNM London, 25 Percy Circus, London, WC1X 9EU
Tickets for ANP Members:£10
Tickets for Non-Members:£50

*To receive your ANP member discount code, enter your membership number. To join the ANP please contact info@theanp.co.uk

The Gut Brain Microbiota Axis

London, Brighton, Birmingham, Bristol

by Kate Osbourne

The gut-brain axis (GBA) consists of bidirectional communication between the central and the enteric nervous system, linking emotional and cognitive centers of the brain with peripheral intestinal functions. The importance of the gut–brain axis in regulating stress-related responses has long been appreciated. More recently, the microbiota has emerged as a key player in the control of this axis, especially during conditions of stress. The routes of communication between the microbiota and brain include the vagus nerve, gut hormone signaling, the immune system, tryptophan metabolism, and microbial metabolites such as short chain fatty acids. The importance of the early life gut microbiota in shaping later health outcomes also is emerging.

London10th March Gut Brain Microbiota Axis TestingDetails
Brighton19th April Gut Brain Microbiota AxisDetails
Birmingham17th MayGut Brain Microbiota AxisDetails
Bristol22nd February Gut Brain Microbiota Axis Details

How to put inflammation into remission

Birmingham Wednesday 28th February 6.30 -8.30pm

London Wednesday 25th April 6.30 - 8.30pm

by Jo Gamble

Over time, chronic inflammation can lead to cardiovascular disease, auto immune disorders and  Jo will outline the protocol used to put chronic inflammatory conditions such as Chrons Disease into remission,  including addressing and healing the gut with pre and probiotics,L-glutamine, digestive enzymes, balancing the intestinal microbial with herbal extracts and essential oils and reducing the effects of chronic inflammation with omega-3s, curcumin, vitamin D and quercitin.

 

London25th AprilHow to put inflammation into remissionDetails
Birmingham28th February How to put inflammation into remissionDetails

Nutrigenomics: Genes and the Nervous System

London 

Thursday 17th May 6.30 -8.30pm

By Emma Beswick

A presentation on why and how to use DNA testing in practice, including considerations when choosing a test; and how to analyse and interpret results - starting with single genes and SNPs that affect specific food and micronutrients and quickly building up to more complex, and interesting, biochemical pathway analysis.

We will discuss the need to join the dots and need to consider the interconnectedness of genes with other genes, cofactors and inhibitors across systems. 

Venue:CNM London, 25 Percy Circus, London, WC1X 9EU
Tickets for ANP Members:£5
Tickets for Non-Members:£15

*To receive your ANP member discount code, enter your membership number. To join the ANP please contact info@theanp.co.uk

Alzheimer's: Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline

Belfast, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh, Bristol, London

by Clare Daley

As Naturopathic practitioners, you have available to you many nutritonal and lifestyle interventions that can prevent and reverse cognitive decline. In this lecture, Clare Daley from Cytoplan will be explaining in detail how a Naturopathic Practitioner can identify and assist a client experiencing cognitive decline.

 

Belfast8th February Alzheimer's: Prevent and reverse cognitive declineDetails
Birmingham12th AprilAlzheimer's: Prevent and reverse cognitive declineDetails
Manchester19th April Alzheimer's: Prevent and reverse cognitive declineDetails
Edinburgh17th MayAlzheimer's: Prevent and reverse cognitive declineDetails
Bristol12th MayAlzheimer's: Prevent and reverse cognitive declineDetails
London6th SeptemberAlzheimer's: Prevent and reverse cognitive declineDetails

 

Fatigue and Mitochondrial Function

London 

Thursday 18th October 6.30 - 8.30pm

By Ray Griffith

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 speficially at  to help practitioners identify the mitochondrial dysfunction underlying fatigue, and guidance on optimising mitochondrial function through diet and nutritional supplementation.

Venue:CNM London, 25 Percy Circus, London, WC1X 9EU
Tickets for ANP Members:£5
Tickets for Non-Members:£15

*To receive your ANP member discount code, enter your membership number. To join the ANP please contact info@theanp.co.uk

Molecular Hydrogen: Impact within the Microbiome

Edinburgh, Belfast, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, London

By Veronika Appleford Divincova & Paul Barattiero, C.

In this lecture, Paul and Veronika will explain the science behind molecular hydrogen and its extraordinary role in the human body, and how to use these effects for therapeutic outcomes. You'll get an overview of sound and revolutionary science that shows the key mechanisms behind its benefits on over 150 human disease models and every organ in the human body. You'll be able get an understanding of how hydrogen gas is created, the mechanisms of delivery into the body and key areas to consider when working with molecular hydrogen supplementation. You’ll be able to directly experience the effects of molecular hydrogen during the lecture through drinking hydrogen enriched water.

Edinburgh1st FebruaryMolecular Hydrogen and the MicrobiomeDetails
Belfast18th AprilMolecular Hydrogen and the MicrobiomeDetails
Bristol12th AprilMolecular Hydrogen and the MicrobiomeDetails
Birmingham26th SeptemberMolecular Hydrogen and the MicrobiomeDetails
Manchester7th November Molecular Hydrogen and the MicrobiomeDetails
London8th November Molecular Hydrogen and the MicrobiomeDetails

Nutrigenomics: Genes and the Nervous System

London 

Thursday 17th May 6.30 -8.30pm

By Emma Beswick

A presentation on why and how to use DNA testing in practice, including considerations when choosing a test; and how to analyse and interpret results - starting with single genes and SNPs that affect specific food and micronutrients and quickly building up to more complex, and interesting, biochemical pathway analysis.

We will discuss the need to join the dots and need to consider the interconnectedness of genes with other genes, cofactors and inhibitors across systems. 

Venue:CNM London, 25 Percy Circus, London, WC1X 9EU
Tickets for ANP Members:£5
Tickets for Non-Members:£15

*To receive your ANP member discount code, enter your membership number. To join the ANP please contact info@theanp.co.uk