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Weight Loss: a full day event for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 7th June 2017 9:30 am

With over 60% of middle aged men and women in the UK being overweight or obese, and worldwide more than 40 million children under the age of 5 falling into the same category, the need for achievable, sustainable weight loss interventions has never been greater.

It’s an issue that likely comes up regularly in your practice. But how do you devise a programme that is going to make a real difference for your individual client? One that will help the client stay motivated, be sustainable in the longer term and in social situations, one that doesn’t leave them feeling deprived, but instead helps them to feel happier, healthier and more energised?

In this full-day seminar, we’ll be exploring the role of specific dietary and lifestyle strategies and nutritional supplements in helping clients to turn the corner and start to shift their excess weight forever. We’ll be looking at the importance of a personalised approach to weight loss that includes identifying and addressing the particular barriers that are preventing the client from reaching and maintaining their optimal weight.

As always, the day will include plenty of opportunity for constructive debate on translating the science into practical interventions that move your clients forward.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at the Royal Society of Medicine, London W1 and costs £44.95. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 product voucher and a product sample. 

For more informaiton and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Weight Loss: a full day event for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 10th May 2017 9:30 am

With over 60% of middle aged men and women in the UK being overweight or obese, and worldwide more than 40 million children under the age of 5 falling into the same category, the need for achievable, sustainable weight loss interventions has never been greater.

It’s an issue that likely comes up regularly in your practice. But how do you devise a programme that is going to make a real difference for your individual client? One that will help the client stay motivated, be sustainable in the longer term and in social situations, one that doesn’t leave them feeling deprived, but instead helps them to feel happier, healthier and more energised?

In this full-day seminar, we’ll be exploring the role of specific dietary and lifestyle strategies and nutritional supplements in helping clients to turn the corner and start to shift their excess weight forever. We’ll be looking at the importance of a personalised approach to weight loss that includes identifying and addressing the particular barriers that are preventing the client from reaching and maintaining their optimal weight.

As always, the day will include plenty of opportunity for constructive debate on translating the science into practical interventions that move your clients forward.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at the Royal Society of Medicine, London W1 and costs £44.95. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 product voucher and a product sample. 

For more informaiton and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Weight Loss: a full day event for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 3rd May 2017 9:30 am

With over 60% of middle aged men and women in the UK being overweight or obese, and worldwide more than 40 million children under the age of 5 falling into the same category, the need for achievable, sustainable weight loss interventions has never been greater.

It’s an issue that likely comes up regularly in your practice. But how do you devise a programme that is going to make a real difference for your individual client? One that will help the client stay motivated, be sustainable in the longer term and in social situations, one that doesn’t leave them feeling deprived, but instead helps them to feel happier, healthier and more energised?

In this full-day seminar, we’ll be exploring the role of specific dietary and lifestyle strategies and nutritional supplements in helping clients to turn the corner and start to shift their excess weight forever. We’ll be looking at the importance of a personalised approach to weight loss that includes identifying and addressing the particular barriers that are preventing the client from reaching and maintaining their optimal weight.

As always, the day will include plenty of opportunity for constructive debate on translating the science into practical interventions that move your clients forward.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at the Royal Society of Medicine, London W1 and costs £44.95. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 product voucher and a product sample. 

For more informaiton and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.

 


Supporting Mind, Memory and Mood: Day event for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 22nd March 2017 9:30 am

Do you see clients affected by mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety or cognitive decline? Have you ever yourself experienced times when your mood, your memory or your ability to think clearly are not quite in tip top condition?

If so, this full day event on adult mental health might be just what you need to reinvigour your practice in this important area of patient care.

Taking a Functional Nutrition approach to mental health issues, we'll be looking at how body systems as diverse as gastrointestinal function, adrenal health, blood glucose control, immune system function, mitochondrial health and methylation can significantly impact brain function. The event will include discussions on the use of laboratory testing to determine the most effective intervention plans.

You'll also hear about some of the most up-to-date evidence on the use of diet and nutritional supplements in improving memory, mood and cognition; and on reducing the risk of mental health conditions like clinical depression and Alzheimer's disease.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £35. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample. For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Nutrition for female hormone balance

Tuesday, 14th March 2017 9:30 am

Imbalances in female hormones like oestrogen and progesterone can occur at any stage of life and can lead to debilitating health issues like pre-menstrual syndrome, amenorrhea, fibroids, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome and a difficult transition through the menopause. In this seminar, we use a Functional Nutrition approach to explore how to support clients presenting with these types of hormonal conditions, by identifying and supporting the most influential underlying biochemical pathways.

As always, the seminar will be interactive and the emphasis will be on exploring effective interventions using diet, nutritional supplements and lifestyle changes. 

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1 and costs £44.99. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample. For more information and booking please contact Lamberts 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Autoimmune Conditions: A full-day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 28th February 2017 9:30 am

Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, psoriasis, Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis, coeliac disease, Hashimoto’s, multiple sclerosis – these are on the rise, together with the 70 or so other autoimmune diseases that have so far been given names.

Medical drugs can do a lot to improve the symptoms. But drugs can have significant side effects and, what’s more, they don’t usually get to the root causeof the problem: that is, what triggered the body to start attacking itself in the first place, and what current biological dysfunctions are enabling the attack to keep going.

In this full day event for healthcare practitioners, we’ll be exploring autoimmunity from a functional nutrition perspective. Rather than presenting protocols for specific autoimmune diseases, we’ll be focusing on the genetic variations, the environmental triggers and the biochemical mediators that drive the underlying autoimmune process; and are therefore common factors in the pathogenesis of many different types of autoimmune disease.  

This type of approach can reveal new opportunities for interventions that the client may not yet have considered. As always, we’ll be translating the science into practical approaches for using diet and nutritional supplementation to make significant differences to the health and quality of life of your clients.

Our full-day event will be run in the usual highly interactive style, giving you the chance to discuss the issues most relevant to your practice in this important area of health. This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £44.99. As well as the learning materials, you will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample.

For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Autoimmune Conditions: A full-day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 21st February 2017 9:30 am

Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, psoriasis, Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis, coeliac disease, Hashimoto’s, multiple sclerosis – these are on the rise, together with the 70 or so other autoimmune diseases that have so far been given names.

Medical drugs can do a lot to improve the symptoms. But drugs can have significant side effects and, what’s more, they don’t usually get to the root causeof the problem: that is, what triggered the body to start attacking itself in the first place, and what current biological dysfunctions are enabling the attack to keep going.

In this full day event for healthcare practitioners, we’ll be exploring autoimmunity from a functional nutrition perspective. Rather than presenting protocols for specific autoimmune diseases, we’ll be focusing on the genetic variations, the environmental triggers and the biochemical mediators that drive the underlying autoimmune process; and are therefore common factors in the pathogenesis of many different types of autoimmune disease.  

This type of approach can reveal new opportunities for interventions that the client may not yet have considered. As always, we’ll be translating the science into practical approaches for using diet and nutritional supplementation to make significant differences to the health and quality of life of your clients.

Our full-day event will be run in the usual highly interactive style, giving you the chance to discuss the issues most relevant to your practice in this important area of health. This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at a conference centre in Tunbridge Wells and costs £44.95. As well as the learning materials, you will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample.

For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Nutrition for female hormone balance

Tuesday, 31st January 2017 9:30 am

Imbalances in female hormones like oestrogen and progesterone can occur at any stage of life and can lead to debilitating health issues like pre-menstrual syndrome, amenorrhea, fibroids, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome and a difficult transition through the menopause. In this seminar, we use a Functional Nutrition approach to explore how to support clients presenting with these types of hormonal conditions, by identifying and supporting the most influential underlying biochemical pathways.

As always, the seminar will be interactive and the emphasis will be on exploring effective interventions using diet, nutritional supplements and lifestyle changes. 

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1 and costs £44.99. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample. For more information and booking please contact Lamberts 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Nutrition for hormonal balance

Tuesday, 22nd November 2016 9:30 am

Imbalances in female hormones like oestrogen and progesterone can occur at any stage of life and can lead to debilitating health issues like pre-menstrual syndrome, amenorrhea, fibroids, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome and a difficult transition through the menopause. In this seminar, we use a Functional Nutrition approach to explore how to support clients presenting with these types of hormonal conditions, by identifying and supporting the most influential underlying biochemical pathways.

As always, the seminar will be interactive and the emphasis will be on exploring effective interventions using diet, nutritional supplements and lifestyle changes. 

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1 and costs £44.99. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample. For more information and booking please contact Lamberts 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Building a Successful Practice: an event for nutrition students

Thursday, 10th November 2016 9:30 am

As a final year student, the thought of setting up your own nutrition practice can sometimes be quite overwhelming – so we’re delighted to be able to bring you a full day lecture on skills to help you to run your practice.

We’ll be focusing on key actions that you can take to maximize both the efficacy and profitability of your business, which, in turn, should increase your enjoyment of the work you do.

We’ll be tackling issues such as how to find out what you really want, how to position yourself effectively in the market, how to get noticed and how to convert leads into clients.

We’ll also be looking at how to optimize your operational competence, making you more efficient and more effective.

Plus we will identify those ‘core’ essential products for your practice.  That is, you can guarantee that you will see someone that needs one of the nutrients on a frequent basis. 

This full day event is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd and costs £19.95. Attendees will receive a £20 Lamberts product voucher, a free product sample and a certificate of attendance.

To book your place, please call Dave or Marcelle at Lamberts on 01892 554358.

Come along and meet other final year students from nutritional colleges across the UK.


Genova Diagnostics Education Day for Practitioners

Wednesday, 9th November 2016 9:30 am

Join this Exciting Seminar and Learn about NutrEval with Genomics

 

This educational one-day seminar will offer practitioners the opportunity to gain clinical insight into the benefits of Genova's most comprehensive nutritional assessment, NutrEval® with Genomics. The NutrEval profile synthesizes the results of more than 100 individual biomarkers into one, easy-to-interpret overview, by analysing five key areas of core nutrients:

  • Antioxidants 
  • B Vitamins
  • Digestive Support
  • Essential Fatty Acids
  • Minerals

Now genomic testing (SNPs) are also part of the NutrEval. This seminar will provide understanding of how clients' SNPs and their functional test results can impact clinical interventions and create even more personalised intervention programmes.

Specific learning objectives of the day:

  • Review a functional medicine case history that elucidates the clinical value of the NutrEval in order to understand the role organic acids, amino acids, essential fatty acids, oxidative stress, and toxic exposure play in overall patient health.
  • Learn about nutrigenomics and the genetic predispositions related to MTHFR, COMT, TNF-a and APOE expressions and how assessment of these genomic SNPs can broaden clinical insight and enhance personalised therapeutics
  • Discover how assessment of genomic SNPs in conjunction with NutrEval testing can broaden clinical insight and enhance personalised therapeutics.

This event is sponsored and organised by Genova Diagnostics. It will be held at The King's Fund, Cavendish Square, London W1. To book and pay for your place, please contact Genova's customer services team on 020 8336 7750. Or email them on infouk@gdx.net. 


Nutrition for hormonal balance

Thursday, 13th October 2016 9:30 am

Imbalances in female hormones like oestrogen and progesterone can occur at any stage of life and can lead to debilitating health issues like pre-menstrual syndrome, amenorrhea, fibroids, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome and a difficult transition through the menopause. In this seminar, we use a Functional Nutrition approach to explore how to support clients presenting with these types of hormonal conditions, by identifying and supporting the most influential underlying biochemical pathways.

As always, the seminar will be interactive and the emphasis will be on exploring effective interventions using diet, nutritional supplements and lifestyle changes. 

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at the conference centre Calverley House in Tunbridge Wells, and costs £44.99. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample. For more information and booking please contact Lamberts 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Nutrition for hormonal balance

Tuesday, 11th October 2016 9:30 am

Imbalances in female hormones like oestrogen and progesterone can occur at any stage of life and can lead to debilitating health issues like pre-menstrual syndrome, amenorrhea, fibroids, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome and a difficult transition through the menopause. In this seminar, we use a Functional Nutrition approach to explore how to support clients presenting with these types of hormonal conditions, by identifying and supporting the most influential underlying biochemical pathways.

As always, the seminar will be interactive and the emphasis will be on exploring effective interventions using diet, nutritional supplements and lifestyle changes. 

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1 and costs £44.99. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample. For more information and booking please contact Lamberts 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Power To Your Practice

Tuesday, 21st June 2016 9:30 am

How’s your business going? Are you happy with the results you’re getting with clients? Are you profitable enough? Are you efficient, with a good work-life balance? Are you enjoying your work?

We’ve had many practitioner requests to cover these areas – so we’re delighted to be able to bring you a full day seminar on how to ‘power up’ your practice.

We’ll be focusing on key actions that you can take to maximize both the efficacy and profitability of your business, which, in turn, should increase your enjoyment of the work you do.

We’ll be tackling issues such as how to find out what you really want, how to position yourself effectively in the market, how to get noticed and how to convert leads into clients. We’ll also be looking at how to optimize your operational competence, making you more efficient and more effective.

As always, the seminar will be interactive, allowing you to share and gain input on the particular conundrums you are facing in your day-to-day business life.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £44.99. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample. For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Power To Your Practice

Thursday, 9th June 2016 9:30 am

How’s your business going? Are you happy with the results you’re getting with clients? Are you profitable enough? Are you efficient, with a good work-life balance? Are you enjoying your work?

We’ve had many practitioner requests to cover these areas – so we’re delighted to be able to bring you a full day seminar on how to ‘power up’ your practice.

We’ll be focusing on key actions that you can take to maximize both the efficacy and profitability of your business, which, in turn, should increase your enjoyment of the work you do.

We’ll be tackling issues such as how to find out what you really want, how to position yourself effectively in the market, how to get noticed and how to convert leads into clients. We’ll also be looking at how to optimize your operational competence, making you more efficient and more effective.

As always, the seminar will be interactive, allowing you to share and gain input on the particular conundrums you are facing in your day-to-day business life.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £44.99. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample. For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Power To Your Practice

Tuesday, 7th June 2016 9:30 am

How’s your business going? Are you happy with the results you’re getting with clients? Are you profitable enough? Are you efficient, with a good work-life balance? Are you enjoying your work?

We’ve had many practitioner requests to cover these areas – so we’re delighted to be able to bring you a full day seminar on how to ‘power up’ your practice.

We’ll be focusing on key actions that you can take to maximize both the efficacy and profitability of your business, which, in turn, should increase your enjoyment of the work you do.

We’ll be tackling issues such as how to find out what you really want, how to position yourself effectively in the market, how to get noticed and how to convert leads into clients. We’ll also be looking at how to optimize your operational competence, making you more efficient and more effective.

As always, the seminar will be interactive, allowing you to share and gain input on the particular conundrums you are facing in your day-to-day business life.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at the conference centre Calverley House, Tunbridge Wells, and costs £44.99. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample. For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Power To Your Practice

Tuesday, 17th May 2016 9:30 am

How’s your business going? Are you happy with the results you’re getting with clients? Are you profitable enough? Are you efficient, with a good work-life balance? Are you enjoying your work?

We’ve had many practitioner requests to cover these areas – so we’re delighted to be able to bring you a full day seminar on how to ‘power up’ your practice.

We’ll be focusing on key actions that you can take to maximize both the efficacy and profitability of your business, which, in turn, should increase your enjoyment of the work you do.

We’ll be tackling issues such as how to find out what you really want, how to position yourself effectively in the market, how to get noticed and how to convert leads into clients. We’ll also be looking at how to optimize your operational competence, making you more efficient and more effective.

As always, the seminar will be interactive, allowing you to share and gain input on the particular conundrums you are facing in your day-to-day business life.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £44.99. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample. For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Autoimmune Conditions: A full-day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 22nd March 2016 9:30 am

Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, psoriasis, Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis, coeliac disease, Hashimoto’s, multiple sclerosis – these are on the rise, together with the 70 or so other autoimmune diseases that have so far been given names.

Medical drugs can do a lot to improve the symptoms. But drugs can have significant side effects and, what’s more, they don’t usually get to the root causeof the problem: that is, what triggered the body to start attacking itself in the first place, and what current biological dysfunctions are enabling the attack to keep going.

In this full day event for healthcare practitioners, we’ll be exploring autoimmunity from a functional nutrition perspective. Rather than presenting protocols for specific autoimmune diseases, we’ll be focusing on the genetic variations, the environmental triggers and the biochemical mediators that drive the underlying autoimmune process; and are therefore common factors in the pathogenesis of many different types of autoimmune disease.  

This type of approach can reveal new opportunities for interventions that the client may not yet have considered. As always, we’ll be translating the science into practical approaches for using diet and nutritional supplementation to make significant differences to the health and quality of life of your clients.

Our full-day event will be run in the usual highly interactive style, giving you the chance to discuss the issues most relevant to your practice in this important area of health. This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £35. As well as the learning materials, you will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample.

For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Dysglycaemia and Related Disorders: day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 8th March 2016 9:30 am

Problems with controlling blood glucose metabolism are incredibly common and can manifest in debilitating ways long before they progress to type 2 diabetes. Reactive hypoglycaemia, the metabolic syndrome, dyslipidaemia and polycystic ovary syndrome are just some of the complications that can arise from long-term problems with blood sugar control. If left unchecked, these conditions can have dire consequence for health, including premature ageing, heart attack, stroke, amputations, kidney failure, nerve pain, blindness and even an early death. In this seminar we'll be taking a case study approach to the use of nutrition for the prevention and management of common pre-diabetic conditions.

Our full-day event will be run in the usual highly interactive style, giving you the chance to discuss the issues most relevant to your practice in this important area of health. This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £35. As well as the learning materials, you will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample.

For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Supporting Mind, Memory and Mood: Day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 1st March 2016 9:30 am

Do you see clients affected by mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety or cognitive decline? Have you ever yourself experienced times when your mood, your memory or your ability to think clearly are not quite in tip top condition?

If so, this full day event on adult mental health might be just what you need to reinvigour your practice in this important area of patient care.

Taking a Functional Nutrition approach to mental health issues, we’ll be looking at how body systems as diverse as gastrointestinal function, adrenal health, blood glucose control, immune system function, mitochondrial health and methylation can significantly impact brain function. The event will include discussions on the use of laboratory testing to determine the most effective intervention plans.

You'll also hear about some of the most up-to-date evidence on the use of diet and nutritional supplements in improving memory, mood and cognition; and on reducing the risk of mental health conditions like clinical depression and Alzheimer's disease.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at a conference venue in the centre of Tunbridge Wells, and costs £35. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample. For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Supporting Mind, Memory and Mood: Day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 23rd February 2016 9:30 am

Do you see clients affected by mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety or cognitive decline? Have you ever yourself experienced times when your mood, your memory or your ability to think clearly are not quite in tip top condition?

If so, this full day event on adult mental health might be just what you need to reinvigour your practice in this important area of patient care.

Taking a Functional Nutrition approach to mental health issues, we’ll be looking at how body systems as diverse as gastrointestinal function, adrenal health, blood glucose control, immune system function, mitochondrial health and methylation can significantly impact brain function. The event will include discussions on the use of laboratory testing to determine the most effective intervention plans.

You’ll also hear about some of the most up-to-date evidence on the use of diet and nutritional supplements in improving memory, mood and cognition; and on reducing the risk of mental health conditions like clinical depression and Alzheimer's disease.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £35. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample. For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Day Retreat to Power You Through the Menopause

Saturday, 6th February 2016 9:30 am

By popular demand, we're running this exciting event again in 2016, on Saturday 6 February.

Held in the comfort of the De Veres Devenport Hotel in Greenwich, London, I'll be joined by the renowned fitness expert Ellie Brown and the women’s health specialist Dr Kate McCarthy, to provide a truly empowering Day Retreat for women in mid-life:

•Diet and lifestyle advice to enhance your hormonal balance
•A new fitness & mindfulness programme tailor-made for this period of change
•Cutting edge medical insight into all aspects of the menopause
•A mouthwatering, super-healthy lunch prepared by top chefs
•Live demos of energizing recipes from the best-selling book Eat To Get Younger
•Get connected with like-minded women who are keen to embrace life’s changes
•Re-discover your joie de vivre!

For tickets and information, cut and paste this link into your browser:  https://www.facebook.com/ThriveAliveLondon/?ref=hl

Full ticket price: £129, Early bird offer (full amount to be paid by 31 December): £99 


Autoimmune Conditions: A full-day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 26th January 2016 9:30 am

Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, psoriasis, Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis, coeliac disease, Hashimoto’s, multiple sclerosis – these are on the rise, together with the 70 or so other autoimmune diseases that have so far been given names.

Medical drugs can do a lot to improve the symptoms. But drugs can have significant side effects and, what’s more, they don’t usually get to the root causeof the problem: that is, what triggered the body to start attacking itself in the first place, and what current biological dysfunctions are enabling the attack to keep going.

In this full day event for healthcare practitioners, we’ll be exploring autoimmunity from a functional nutrition perspective. Rather than presenting protocols for specific autoimmune diseases, we’ll be focusing on the genetic variations, the environmental triggers and the biochemical mediators that drive the underlying autoimmune process; and are therefore common factors in the pathogenesis of many different types of autoimmune disease.  

This type of approach can reveal new opportunities for interventions that the client may not yet have considered. As always, we’ll be translating the science into practical approaches for using diet and nutritional supplementation to make significant differences to the health and quality of life of your clients.

Our full-day event will be run in the usual highly interactive style, giving you the chance to discuss the issues most relevant to your practice in this important area of health. This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £35. As well as the learning materials, you will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample.

For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Autoimmune Conditions: A full-day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 10th November 2015 9:30 am

Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, psoriasis, Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis, coeliac disease, Hashimoto’s, multiple sclerosis – these are on the rise, together with the 70 or so other autoimmune diseases that have so far been given names.

Medical drugs can do a lot to improve the symptoms. But drugs can have significant side effects and, what’s more, they don’t usually get to the root cause of the problem: that is, what triggered the body to start attacking itself in the first place, and what current biological dysfunctions are enabling the attack to keep going.

In this full day event for healthcare practitioners, we’ll be exploring autoimmunity from a functional nutrition perspective. Rather than presenting protocols for specific autoimmune diseases, we’ll be focusing on the genetic variations, the environmental triggers and the biochemical mediators that drive the underlying autoimmune process; and are therefore common factors in the pathogenesis of many different types of autoimmune disease.  

This type of approach can reveal new opportunities for interventions that the client may not yet have considered. As always, we’ll be translating the science into practical approaches for using diet and nutritional supplementation to make significant differences to the health and quality of life of your clients.

Our full-day event will be run in the usual highly interactive style, giving you the chance to discuss the issues most relevant to your practice in this important area of health. This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £35. As well as the learning materials, you will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample.

For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.

 


Autoimmune Conditions: A full-day event for healthcare practitioners

Thursday, 5th November 2015 9:30 am

Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, psoriasis, Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis, coeliac disease, Hashimoto’s, multiple sclerosis – these are on the rise, together with the 70 or so other autoimmune diseases that have so far been given names.

Medical drugs can do a lot to improve the symptoms. But drugs can have significant side effects and, what’s more, they don’t usually get to the root cause of the problem: that is, what triggered the body to start attacking itself in the first place, and what current biological dysfunctions are enabling the attack to keep going.

In this full day event for healthcare practitioners, we’ll be exploring autoimmunity from a functional nutrition perspective. Rather than presenting protocols for specific autoimmune diseases, we’ll be focusing on the genetic variations, the environmental triggers and the biochemical mediators that drive the underlying autoimmune process; and are therefore common factors in the pathogenesis of many different types of autoimmune disease.  

This type of approach can reveal new opportunities for interventions that the client may not yet have considered. As always, we’ll be translating the science into practical approaches for using diet and nutritional supplementation to make significant differences to the health and quality of life of your clients.

Our full-day event will be run in the usual highly interactive style, giving you the chance to discuss the issues most relevant to your practice in this important area of health. This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Wells Hotel, Tunbridge Wells, and costs £35. As well as the learning materials, you will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample.

For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.

 


Autoimmune Conditions: A full-day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 20th October 2015 9:30 am

Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, psoriasis, Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis, coeliac disease, Hashimoto’s, multiple sclerosis – these are on the rise, together with the 70 or so other autoimmune diseases that have so far been given names.

Medical drugs can do a lot to improve the symptoms. But drugs can have significant side effects and, what’s more, they don’t usually get to the root cause of the problem: that is, what triggered the body to start attacking itself in the first place, and what current biological dysfunctions are enabling the attack to keep going.

In this full day event for healthcare practitioners, we’ll be exploring autoimmunity from a functional nutrition perspective. Rather than presenting protocols for specific autoimmune diseases, we’ll be focusing on the genetic variations, the environmental triggers and the biochemical mediators that drive the underlying autoimmune process; and are therefore common factors in the pathogenesis of many different types of autoimmune disease.  

This type of approach can reveal new opportunities for interventions that the client may not yet have considered. As always, we’ll be translating the science into practical approaches for using diet and nutritional supplementation to make significant differences to the health and quality of life of your clients.

Our full-day event will be run in the usual highly interactive style, giving you the chance to discuss the issues most relevant to your practice in this important area of health. This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £35. As well as the learning materials, you will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample.

For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Autoimmune Conditions: A full-day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 29th September 2015 9:30 am

Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, psoriasis, Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis, coeliac disease, Hashimoto’s, multiple sclerosis – these are on the rise, together with the 70 or so other autoimmune diseases that have so far been given names.

Medical drugs can do a lot to improve the symptoms. But drugs can have significant side effects and, what’s more, they don’t usually get to the root cause of the problem: that is, what triggered the body to start attacking itself in the first place, and what current biological dysfunctions are enabling the attack to keep going.

In this full day event for healthcare practitioners, we’ll be exploring autoimmunity from a functional nutrition perspective. Rather than presenting protocols for specific autoimmune diseases, we’ll be focusing on the genetic variations, the environmental triggers and the biochemical mediators that drive the underlying autoimmune process; and are therefore common factors in the pathogenesis of many different types of autoimmune disease.  

This type of approach can reveal new opportunities for interventions that the client may not yet have considered. As always, we’ll be translating the science into practical approaches for using diet and nutritional supplementation to make significant differences to the health and quality of life of your clients.

Our full-day event will be run in the usual highly interactive style, giving you the chance to discuss the issues most relevant to your practice in this important area of health. This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £35. As well as the learning materials, you will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample.

For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Dysglycaemia and Related Disorders: day event for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 16th September 2015 9:30 am

Problems with controlling blood glucose metabolism are incredibly common and can manifest in debilitating ways long before they progress to type 2 diabetes. Reactive hypoglycaemia, the metabolic syndrome, dyslipidaemia and polycystic ovary syndrome are just some of the complications that can arise from long-term problems with blood sugar control. If left unchecked, these conditions can have dire consequence for health, including premature ageing, heart attack, stroke, amputations, kidney failure, nerve pain, blindness and even an early death. In this seminar we'll be taking a case study approach to the use of nutrition for the prevention and management of common pre-diabetic conditions.

Our full-day event will be run in the usual highly interactive style, giving you the chance to discuss the issues most relevant to your practice in this important area of health. This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £35. As well as the learning materials, you will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample.

For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Dysglycaemia and Related Disorders: day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 30th June 2015 9:30 am

Problems with controlling blood glucose metabolism are incredibly common and can manifest in debilitating ways long before they progress to type 2 diabetes. Reactive hypoglycaemia, the metabolic syndrome, dyslipidaemia and polycystic ovary syndrome are just some of the complications that can arise from long-term problems with blood sugar control. If left unchecked, these conditions can have dire consequence for health, including premature ageing, heart attack, stroke, amputations, kidney failure, nerve pain, blindness and even an early death. In this seminar we'll be taking a case study approach to the use of nutrition for the prevention and management of common pre-diabetic conditions.

Our full-day event will be run in the usual highly interactive style, giving you the chance to discuss the issues most relevant to your practice in this important area of health. This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £35. As well as the learning materials, you will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample.

For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Dysglycaemia and Related Disorders: day event for healthcare practitioners

Thursday, 11th June 2015 9:30 am

Problems with controlling blood glucose metabolism are incredibly common and can manifest in debilitating ways long before they progress to type 2 diabetes. Reactive hypoglycaemia, the metabolic syndrome, dyslipidaemia and polycystic ovary syndrome are just some of the complications that can arise from long-term problems with blood sugar control. If left unchecked, these conditions can have dire consequence for health, including premature ageing, heart attack, stroke, amputations, kidney failure, nerve pain, blindness and even an early death. In this seminar we'll be taking a case study approach to the use of nutrition for the prevention and management of common pre-diabetic conditions.

Our full-day event will be run in the usual highly interactive style, giving you the chance to discuss the issues most relevant to your practice in this important area of health. This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £35. As well as the learning materials, you will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample.

For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Dysglycaemia and Related Disorders: day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 19th May 2015 9:30 am

Problems with controlling blood glucose metabolism are incredibly common and can manifest in debilitating ways long before they progress to type 2 diabetes. Reactive hypoglycaemia, the metabolic syndrome, dyslipidaemia and polycystic ovary syndrome are just some of the complications that can arise from long-term problems with blood sugar control.

If left unchecked, these conditions can have dire consequence for health, including premature ageing, heart attack, stroke, amputations, kidney failure, nerve pain, blindness and even an early death.

In this seminar we’ll be taking a case study approach to the use of nutrition for the prevention and management of common pre-diabetic conditions. Our full-day event will be run in the usual highly interactive style, giving you the chance to discuss the issues most relevant to your practice in this important area of health.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The River Centre, Tonbridge, Kent, and costs £35. As well as the learning materials, you will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample. For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Dysglycaemia and Related Disorders: day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 5th May 2015 9:30 am

Problems with controlling blood glucose metabolism are incredibly common and can manifest in debilitating ways long before they progress to type 2 diabetes. Reactive hypoglycaemia, the metabolic syndrome, dyslipidaemia and polycystic ovary syndrome are just some of the complications that can arise from long-term problems with blood sugar control.

If left unchecked, these conditions can have dire consequence for health, including premature ageing, heart attack, stroke, amputations, kidney failure, nerve pain, blindness and even an early death.

In this seminar we’ll be taking a case study approach to the use of nutrition for the prevention and management of common pre-diabetic conditions. Our full-day event will be run in the usual highly interactive style, giving you the chance to discuss the issues most relevant to your practice in this important area of health.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £35. As well as the learning materials, you will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample. For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Supporting Mind, Memory and Mood: Day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 28th April 2015 9:30 am

Do you see clients affected by mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety or cognitive decline? Have you ever yourself experienced times when your mood, your memory or your ability to think clearly are not quite in tip top condition?

If so, this full day event on adult mental health might be just what you need to reinvigour your practice in this important area of patient care.

Taking a Functional Nutrition approach to mental health issues, we’ll be looking at how body systems as diverse as gastrointestinal function, adrenal health, blood glucose control, immune system function, mitochondrial health and methylation can significantly impact brain function. The event will include discussions on the use of laboratory testing to determine the most effective intervention plans.

You’ll also hear about some of the most up-to-date evidence on the use of diet and nutritional supplements in improving memory, mood and cognition; and on reducing the risk of mental health conditions like clinical depression and Alzheimer’s disease.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine, London W1, and costs £35. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample. For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Supporting Mind, Memory and Mood: Day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 17th March 2015 9:30 am

Do you see clients affected by mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety or cognitive decline? Have you ever yourself experienced times when your mood, your memory or your ability to think clearly are not quite in tip top condition?

If so, this full day event on adult mental health might be just what you need to reinvigour your practice in this important area of patient care.

Taking a Functional Nutrition approach to mental health issues, we’ll be looking at how body systems as diverse as gastrointestinal function, adrenal health, blood glucose control, immune system function, mitochondrial health and methylation can significantly impact brain function. The event will include discussions on the use of laboratory testing to determine the most effective intervention plans.

You’ll also hear about some of the most up-to-date evidence on the use of diet and nutritional supplements in improving memory, mood and cognition; and on reducing the risk of mental health conditions like clinical depression and Alzheimer’s disease.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at The River Centre in Tonbridge, Kent and costs £35. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 voucher and a product sample. For more information and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Supporting Mind, Memory and Mood: Day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 24th February 2015 9:30 am

Do you experience times when your mood, your memory or your ability to think clearly are not quite in tip top condition? Do you see clients affected by mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety or cognitive decline?

If so, this full day event on adult mental health might be just what you need to reinvigorate your practice in this important area of patient care.

Taking a Functional Nutrition approach to mental health issues, we’ll be looking at how body systems as diverse as gastrointestinal function, adrenal health, blood glucose control, immune system function, mitochondrial health and methylation can significantly impact brain function.

The event will include discussions on the use of laboratory testing to determine the most effective intervention plans. You’ll also hear about some of the most up-to-date evidence on the use of diet and nutritional supplements in improving memory, mood and cognition; and on reducing the risk of mental health conditions like clinical depression and Alzheimer’s disease.

This event is for healthcare practitioners and is run by Lamberts Healthcare Limited. It is held at The Royal Society of Medicine in Central London (W1). There is a £35 charge, £30 of which is returned to you in the form of vouchers to spend on Lamberts products. For more information and to book, please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358 or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Supporting Mind, Memory and Mood: Day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 3rd February 2015 9:30 am

Do you experience times when your mood, your memory or your ability to think clearly are not quite in tip top condition? Do you see clients affected by mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety or cognitive decline?

If so, this full day event on adult mental health might be just what you need to reinvigorate your practice in this important area of patient care.

Taking a Functional Nutrition approach to mental health issues, we’ll be looking at how body systems as diverse as gastrointestinal function, adrenal health, blood glucose control, immune system function, mitochondrial health and methylation can significantly impact brain function.

The event will include discussions on the use of laboratory testing to determine the most effective intervention plans. You’ll also hear about some of the most up-to-date evidence on the use of diet and nutritional supplements in improving memory, mood and cognition; and on reducing the risk of mental health conditions like clinical depression and Alzheimer’s disease.

This event is for healthcare practitioners and is run by Lamberts Healthcare Limited. It is held at The Royal Society of Medicine in Central London (W1). There is a £35 charge, £30 of which is returned to you in the form of vouchers to spend on Lamberts products. For more information and to book, please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358 or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


20 Secrets To Power You Through The Menopause: Day workshop for everyone

Saturday, 24th January 2015 9:30 am

Would you like to…

…learn about how to use diet, exercise and mindfulness to improve your mid-life hormonal balance, health and happiness

…become empowered and inspired to help yourself feel well right now

…get connected with like-minded women who are keen to embrace life’s changes and make middle age the best years of their lives

…try out a brand new fatigue-busting exercise programme, which can be practiced at home

…share a mouthwatering, super-healthy lunch prepared by the food fanatical De Veres chefs; and sample some energising snacks inspired by recipes from the recent best-selling book Eat To Get Younger

…re-discover your joie de vivre!

This day event (9.30am-5pm) includes lunch and is at De Vere Devonport House Hotel, Greenwich, London SE10 9JW

For more information and booking either click on the link on the home page, or cut and paste this address into your web brower: http://conta.cc/1tzJNBN

Full ticket price: £150
Early bird offer (full amount to be paid by 24 December): £120


Supporting Mind, Memory and Mood: Day event for healthcare practitioners

Thursday, 22nd January 2015 9:30 am

Do you experience times when your mood, your memory or your ability to think clearly are not quite in tip top condition? Do you see clients affected by mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety or cognitive decline?

If so, this full day event on adult mental health might be just what you need to reinvigorate your practice in this important area of patient care.

Taking a Functional Nutrition approach to mental health issues, we’ll be looking at how body systems as diverse as gastrointestinal function, adrenal health, blood glucose control, immune system function, mitochondrial health and methylation can significantly impact brain function.

The event will include discussions on the use of laboratory testing to determine the most effective intervention plans. You’ll also hear about some of the most up-to-date evidence on the use of diet and nutritional supplements in improving memory, mood and cognition; and on reducing the risk of mental health conditions like clinical depression and Alzheimer’s disease.

This event is for healthcare practitioners and is run by Lamberts Healthcare Limited. It is held at The Royal Society of Medicine in Central London (W1). There is a £35 charge, £30 of which is returned to you in the form of vouchers to spend on Lamberts products. For more information and to book, please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358 or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Eat To Get Younger - day event

Monday, 19th January 2015 9:30 am

Is there a secret to healthy ageing? This exciting day in Manchester is for everyone who wants to find out.

Discover how you can tap into the healing power of food and nutrients to support your health and keep you feeling young and vibrant.

We’ll be focusing on practical strategies for improving the ageing process, to reduce the risk of developing degenerative diseases and maintain a sense of vigour and wellbeing into your later years.

This event includes lunch and will be held at De Veres Venue Cheadle House, Cheadle, Stockport SK8 3FS (just outside Manchester, UK).

Time: 9.30am registration for 10am start, finishing at 4.30pm. For more details & booking info see: http://blog.soulnutrition.org/soul-nutrition-events/


Musculoskeletal Health Day

Tuesday, 18th November 2014 9:30 am

Health problems to do with bones, joints, muscles and other musculoskeletal tissues are on the rise. Osteoarthritis of the knee, for example, is now the greatest source of mobility disability in people in their 60s.
A population that is ageing at an alarming rate, as well as the increasing prevalence of obesity, high-sugar diets and sedentary lifestyles are some of the proposed reasons for the increase in musculoskeletal problems.
But there is also a new view that an epidemic of chronic, low-level inflammation may be the most common and powerful driver. Given that the antecedents, triggers and mediators of such insidious inflammation can vary considerably between people with the same symptoms, a nutrition approach that is truly personalised to the individual, is likely to bring about the best effects.

(This event is held at the Royal Society of Medicine, London W1 (just behind Oxford St). For further info please contact Lamberts Healthcare Ltd on 01892 554358. This seminar is for healthcare practitioners only (both primary care and complementary). There is a £30 attendance fee payable to Lamberts. As well as the information on the day, and the great networking opportunities, you will receive 6 CPD points from BANT and the NNA, a £30 product voucher from Lamberts and a free Lamberts product sample.)


Gut Health Day

Tuesday, 11th November 2014 9:30 am

No matter what type of healthcare you practice, you are likely to be dealing with gastrointestinal (GI) issues on a regular basis. This educational day is devoted to helping you attain a better understanding of the causes of common GI complaints and what can be done to help.
We will start by looking at the differences between ‘functional’ gut disorders like irritable bowel syndrome and medical gut pathologies like inflammatory bowel disease. We will then explain the biological ways in which GI health determines systemic health and the evidence for GI imbalances contributing to a wide range of systemic, chronic, inflammatory diseases.
We will review the Functional Medicine ‘5R’ approach to optimizing gut health and we will draw on up-to-date evidence to discuss the best ways to identify and address common functional gut imbalances like hypochlorhydria, dysbiosis, biliary stasis and intestinal hyperpermeability. By tackling such imbalances, significant improvements can be made not only to functional GI symptoms, but also to medical GI pathologies and whole-body symptoms related to inflammation and toxicity.
The seminar day will explore the use of specific diets and nutritional supplements in a range of imbalances and it will incorporate case study material to illustrate how the information can be applied in practice.

(This event is held at the Royal Society of Medicine, London W1 (just behind Oxford St). For further info please contact Lamberts Healthcare Ltd on 01892 554358. This seminar is for healthcare practitioners only (both primary care and complementary). There is a £30 attendance fee payable to Lamberts. As well as the information on the day, and the great networking opportunities, you will receive 6 CPD points from BANT and the NNA, a £30 product voucher from Lamberts and a free Lamberts product sample.)


Musculoskeletal Health Day

Thursday, 6th November 2014 9:30 am

Health problems to do with bones, joints, muscles and other musculoskeletal tissues are on the rise. Osteoarthritis of the knee, for example, is now the greatest source of mobility disability in people in their 60s.
A population that is ageing at an alarming rate, as well as the increasing prevalence of obesity, high-sugar diets and sedentary lifestyles are some of the proposed reasons for the increase in musculoskeletal problems.
But there is also a new view that an epidemic of chronic, low-level inflammation may be the most common and powerful driver. Given that the antecedents, triggers and mediators of such insidious inflammation can vary considerably between people with the same symptoms, a nutrition approach that is truly personalised to the individual, is likely to bring about the best effects.
In this full day event, we will be looking at the types of physiological imbalances that can contribute to common situations like frequent sports injuries, gout, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis and auto-immune types of arthritis. We’ll look at how a personalized nutrition approach can help to modify certain drivers of the symptoms involved. We’ll review some of the key nutritional interventions, (dietary and through supplementation), that are used to help individuals to better manage these debilitating conditions.
So come along and take part in some of the great discussions we’ve been having at our full-day events.

This event is held at the Royal Society of Medicine, London W1 (just behind Oxford St). For further info please contact Lamberts Healthcare Ltd on 01892 554358. This seminar is for healthcare practitioners only (both primary care and complementary). There is a £30 attendance fee payable to Lamberts. As well as the information on the day, and the great networking opportunities, you will receive 6 CPD points from BANT and the NNA, a £30 product voucher from Lamberts and a free Lamberts product sample.


Secrets to Healthy Ageing

Monday, 3rd November 2014 9:30 am

Is there a secret to healthy ageing?

At this event for practitioners you will learn about the key factors that determine how we age, and our likelihood of suffering age-related pain and disability. Led by healthy ageing expert and CAM award-winner Lorraine Nicolle, the event will cover different strategies for improving the ageing process, to reduce the risk of developing degenerative diseases and to maintain a sense of vigour and wellbeing into your later years.

A basic understanding of the biochemical pathways related to the ageing process would be helpful for all those planning to attend this event; a separate day for those not yet trained in physiology or nutrition will be taking place on Monday 19th January 2015.

This event will be held at De Veres Venue Cheadle House, Cheadle, Stockport SK8 3FS (just outside Manchester, UK). It is organised by Soul Nutrition and the price including lunch is £65. For more information, please contact the Emma at this email address: info@soulnutrition.org.


Gut Health Day

Tuesday, 21st October 2014 9:30 am

No matter what type of healthcare you practice, you are likely to be dealing with gastrointestinal (GI) issues on a regular basis. This educational day is devoted to helping you attain a better understanding of the causes of common GI complaints and what can be done to help.
We will start by looking at the differences between ‘functional’ gut disorders like irritable bowel syndrome and medical gut pathologies like inflammatory bowel disease. We will then explain the biological ways in which GI health determines systemic health and the evidence for GI imbalances contributing to a wide range of systemic, chronic, inflammatory diseases.
We will review the Functional Medicine ‘5R’ approach to optimizing gut health and we will draw on up-to-date evidence to discuss the best ways to identify and address common functional gut imbalances like hypochlorhydria, dysbiosis, biliary stasis and intestinal hyperpermeability. By tackling such imbalances, significant improvements can be made not only to functional GI symptoms, but also to medical GI pathologies and whole-body symptoms related to inflammation and toxicity.
The seminar day will explore the use of specific diets and nutritional supplements in a range of imbalances and it will incorporate case study material to illustrate how the information can be applied in practice.

This event is held at the Royal Society of Medicine, London W1 (just behind Oxford St). For further info please contact Lamberts Healthcare Ltd on 01892 554358. This seminar is for healthcare practitioners only (both primary care and complementary). There is a £30 attendance fee payable to Lamberts. As well as the information on the day, and the great networking opportunities, you will receive 6 CPD points from BANT and the NNA, a £30 product voucher from Lamberts and a free Lamberts product sample.


Musculoskeletal Health

Tuesday, 1st July 2014 9:30 am

Health problems to do with bones, joints, muscles and other musculoskeletal tissues are on the rise. Osteoarthritis of the knee, for example, is now the greatest source of mobility disability in people in their 60s.

A population that is ageing at an alarming rate, as well as the increasing prevalence of obesity, high-sugar diets and sedentary lifestyles are some of the proposed reasons for the increase in musculoskeletal problems.

But there is also a new view that an epidemic of chronic, low-level inflammation may be the most common and powerful driver. Given that the antecedents, triggers and mediators of such insidious inflammation can vary considerably between people with the same symptoms, a nutrition approach that is truly personalised to the individual, is likely to bring about the best effects.

In this full day event, we will be looking at the types of physiological imbalances that can contribute to common situations like frequent sports injuries, gout, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis and auto-immune types of arthritis. We’ll look at how a personalized nutrition approach can help to modify certain drivers of the symptoms involved. We’ll review some of the key nutritional interventions, (dietary and through supplementation), that are used to help individuals to better manage these debilitating conditions.

So come along and take part in some of the great discussions we’ve been having at our full-day events.

Where: Royal Society Medicine, London W1
Designed for: Nutrition and other healthcare practitioners
CPD approved: 3 hours from BANT
Organised by: Lamberts Healthcare Ltd

To book: Contact Lamberts (you will need to register to book) or call 01892 554 312. Please note that a £20 fee is required to secure your place. This is refundable against Lamberts products.


Musculoskeletal Health

Tuesday, 17th June 2014 9:30 am

Health problems to do with bones, joints, muscles and other musculoskeletal tissues are on the rise. Osteoarthritis of the knee, for example, is now the greatest source of mobility disability in people in their 60s.

A population that is ageing at an alarming rate, as well as the increasing prevalence of obesity, high-sugar diets and sedentary lifestyles are some of the proposed reasons for the increase in musculoskeletal problems.

But there is also a new view that an epidemic of chronic, low-level inflammation may be the most common and powerful driver. Given that the antecedents, triggers and mediators of such insidious inflammation can vary considerably between people with the same symptoms, a nutrition approach that is truly personalised to the individual, is likely to bring about the best effects.

In this full day event, we will be looking at the types of physiological imbalances that can contribute to common situations like frequent sports injuries, gout, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis and auto-immune types of arthritis. We’ll look at how a personalized nutrition approach can help to modify certain drivers of the symptoms involved. We’ll review some of the key nutritional interventions, (dietary and through supplementation), that are used to help individuals to better manage these debilitating conditions.

So come along and take part in some of the great discussions we’ve been having at our full-day events.

Where: Royal Society Medicine, London W1
Designed for: Nutrition and other healthcare practitioners
CPD approved: 3 hours from BANT
Organised by: Lamberts Healthcare Ltd

To book: Contact Lamberts (you will need to register to book) or call 01892 554 312. Please note that a £20 fee is required to secure your place. This is refundable against Lamberts products.


Musculoskeletal Health

Tuesday, 20th May 2014 9:30 am

Health problems to do with bones, joints, muscles and other musculoskeletal tissues are on the rise. Osteoarthritis of the knee, for example, is now the greatest source of mobility disability in people in their 60s.

A population that is ageing at an alarming rate, as well as the increasing prevalence of obesity, high-sugar diets and sedentary lifestyles are some of the proposed reasons for the increase in musculoskeletal problems.

But there is also a new view that an epidemic of chronic, low-level inflammation may be the most common and powerful driver. Given that the antecedents, triggers and mediators of such insidious inflammation can vary considerably between people with the same symptoms, a nutrition approach that is truly personalised to the individual, is likely to bring about the best effects.

In this full day event, we will be looking at the types of physiological imbalances that can contribute to common situations like frequent sports injuries, gout, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis and auto-immune types of arthritis. We’ll look at how a personalized nutrition approach can help to modify certain drivers of the symptoms involved. We’ll review some of the key nutritional interventions, (dietary and through supplementation), that are used to help individuals to better manage these debilitating conditions.

So come along and take part in some of the great discussions we’ve been having at our full-day events.

Where: Royal Society Medicine, London W1
Designed for: Nutrition and other healthcare practitioners
CPD approved: 3 hours from BANT
Organised by: Lamberts Healthcare Ltd

To book: Contact Lamberts (you will need to register to book) or call 01892 554 312. Please note that a £20 fee is required to secure your place. This is refundable against Lamberts products.


Healthy Ageing Day

Tuesday, 13th May 2014 9:30 am

Getting older is inevitable. But whatever your current chronological age, you can still take action to slow the rate of degeneration that accompanies the passing years.

This is an important motivational message for clients; and one that is increasingly becoming supported by scientific evidence. For, the key determinants of how well we age are no longer considered to be our genetic inheritances, but the epigenetic changes that our genes accumulate as we travel through life.

In this full-day seminar on the topic of healthy ageing, we’ll be exploring the various different influences on the rate at which we age and on our likelihood of suffering the pain and disability of age-related chronic conditions.

We’ll then be looking at some key strategies for healthier ageing, taking account of the evidence for each of the interventions proposed. Finally, we’ll discuss some of the more common age-related health problems, and the most important biological processes to support when aiming to reduce the risk of developing such conditions and/or manage pre-existing conditions.

Where: Royal Society Medicine, London W1
Designed for: Nutrition and other healthcare practitioners
CPD approved: 3 hours from BANT
Organised by: Lamberts Healthcare Ltd

To book: Contact Lamberts (you will need to register to book) or call 01892 554 312. Please note that a £20 fee is required to secure your place. This is refundable against Lamberts products.


Healthy Ageing - full day event

Thursday, 20th March 2014 9:30 am

Getting older is inevitable. But whatever your current chronological age, you can still take action to slow the rate of degeneration that accompanies the passing years.

This is an important motivational message for clients; and one that is increasingly becoming supported by scientific evidence. For, the key determinants of how well we age are no longer considered to be our genetic inheritances, but the epigenetic changes that our genes accumulate as we travel through life.

In this full-day seminar on the topic of healthy ageing, we’ll be exploring the various different influences on the rate at which we age and on our likelihood of suffering the pain and disability of age-related chronic conditions.

We’ll then be looking at some key strategies for healthier ageing, taking account of the evidence for each of the interventions proposed. Finally, we’ll discuss some of the more common age-related health problems, and the most important biological processes to support when aiming to reduce the risk of developing such conditions and/or manage pre-existing conditions.


Healthy Ageing - full day event

Tuesday, 4th March 2014 9:30 am

Getting older is inevitable. But whatever your current chronological age, you can still take action to slow the rate of degeneration that accompanies the passing years.

This is an important motivational message for clients; and one that is increasingly becoming supported by scientific evidence. For, the key determinants of how well we age are no longer considered to be our genetic inheritances, but the epigenetic changes that our genes accumulate as we travel through life.

In this full-day seminar on the topic of healthy ageing, we’ll be exploring the various different influences on the rate at which we age and on our likelihood of suffering the pain and disability of age-related chronic conditions.

We’ll then be looking at some key strategies for healthier ageing, taking account of the evidence for each of the interventions proposed. Finally, we’ll discuss some of the more common age-related health problems, and the most important biological processes to support when aiming to reduce the risk of developing such conditions and/or manage pre-existing conditions.


Healthy Ageing - full day event

Tuesday, 11th February 2014 9:30 am

Getting older is inevitable. But whatever your current chronological age, you can still take action to slow the rate of degeneration that accompanies the passing years.

This is an important motivational message for clients; and one that is increasingly becoming supported by scientific evidence. For, the key determinants of how well we age are no longer considered to be our genetic inheritances, but the epigenetic changes that our genes accumulate as we travel through life.

In this full-day seminar on the topic of healthy ageing, we’ll be exploring the various different influences on the rate at which we age and on our likelihood of suffering the pain and disability of age-related chronic conditions.

We’ll then be looking at some key strategies for healthier ageing, taking account of the evidence for each of the interventions proposed. Finally, we’ll discuss some of the more common age-related health problems, and the most important biological processes to support when aiming to reduce the risk of developing such conditions and/or manage pre-existing conditions.


Full day seminar: gut health

Tuesday, 26th November 2013 9:30 am

Optimizing Gastrointestinal Health and Managing Functional Gut Disorders

No matter what type of healthcare you practice, you are likely to be dealing with gastrointestinal (GI) issues on a regular basis. This educational day is devoted to helping you attain a better understanding of the causes of common GI complaints and what can be done to help.

We will start by looking at the differences between ‘functional’ gut disorders like irritable bowel syndrome and medical gut pathologies like inflammatory bowel disease. We will then explain the biological ways in which GI health determines systemic health and the evidence for GI imbalances contributing to a wide range of systemic, chronic, inflammatory diseases.

We will review the Functional Medicine ‘5R’ approach to optimizing gut health and we will draw on up-to-date evidence to discuss the best ways to identify and address common functional gut imbalances like hypochlorhydria, dysbiosis, biliary stasis and intestinal hyperpermeability. By tackling such imbalances, significant improvements can be made not only to functional GI symptoms, but also to medical GI pathologies and whole-body symptoms related to inflammation and toxicity.

The seminar day will explore the use of specific diets and nutritional supplements in a range of imbalances and it will incorporate case study material to illustrate how the information can be applied in practice.


Full day seminar: gut health

Tuesday, 12th November 2013 9:30 am

Optimizing Gastrointestinal Health and Managing Functional Gut Disorders

No matter what type of healthcare you practice, you are likely to be dealing with gastrointestinal (GI) issues on a regular basis. This educational day is devoted to helping you attain a better understanding of the causes of common GI complaints and what can be done to help.
We will start by looking at the differences between ‘functional’ gut disorders like irritable bowel syndrome and medical gut pathologies like inflammatory bowel disease. We will then explain the biological ways in which GI health determines systemic health and the evidence for GI imbalances contributing to a wide range of systemic, chronic, inflammatory diseases.
We will review the Functional Medicine ‘5R’ approach to optimizing gut health and we will draw on up-to-date evidence to discuss the best ways to identify and address common functional gut imbalances like hypochlorhydria, dysbiosis, biliary stasis and intestinal hyperpermeability. By tackling such imbalances, significant improvements can be made not only to functional GI symptoms, but also to medical GI pathologies and whole-body symptoms related to inflammation and toxicity.
The seminar day will explore the use of specific diets and nutritional supplements in a range of imbalances and it will incorporate case study material to illustrate how the information can be applied in practice.


Full day seminar: Gut Health

Tuesday, 1st October 2013 9:30 am

Optimizing Gastrointestinal Health and Managing Functional Gut Disorders

No matter what type of healthcare you practice, you are likely to be dealing with gastrointestinal (GI) issues on a regular basis. This educational day is devoted to helping you attain a better understanding of the causes of common GI complaints and what can be done to help.

We will start by looking at the differences between ‘functional’ gut disorders like irritable bowel syndrome and medical gut pathologies like inflammatory bowel disease. We will then explain the biological ways in which GI health determines systemic health and the evidence for GI imbalances contributing to a wide range of systemic, chronic, inflammatory diseases.

We will review the Functional Medicine ‘5R’ approach to optimizing gut health and we will draw on up-to-date evidence to discuss the best ways to identify and address common functional gut imbalances like hypochlorhydria, dysbiosis, biliary stasis and intestinal hyperpermeability. By tackling such imbalances, significant improvements can be made not only to functional GI symptoms, but also to medical GI pathologies and whole-body symptoms related to inflammation and toxicity.

The seminar day will explore the use of specific diets and nutritional supplements in a range of imbalances and it will incorporate case study material to illustrate how the information can be applied in practice.


Full day seminar: Female Health

Tuesday, 17th September 2013 9:30 am

Female hormones part 1 (morning): the reproductive years
Pre-menstrual syndrome, fibroids, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome – these are just some of the hormonally-driven health conditions that commonly affect women during the reproductive years. In this seminar, we use a Functional Nutrition approach to explore how to support sex hormone function, with the aim of better understanding how to help clients presenting with these debilitating health conditions.

Female hormones part 2 (afternoon): the menopause transition
The menopause is officially the day after the last menstrual flow, looking back after a period of 12 months. But the years leading up to this date can bring significant fluctuations in oestrogen and progesterone, leading to debilitating ‘peri-menopausal’ symptoms. In this session we look at the factors that may contribute to a difficult menopause transition and we discuss some possible nutritional interventions.


Female hormonal health: full day session

Thursday, 20th June 2013 9:30 am

Morning session:
Pre-menstrual syndrome, fibroids, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome – these are just some of the hormonally-driven health conditions that commonly affect women during the reproductive years. In this seminar, we use a Functional Nutrition approach to explore how to support sex hormone function, with the aim of better understanding how to help clients presenting with these debilitating health conditions.

Afternoon session:
The menopause is officially the day after the last menstrual flow, looking back after a period of 12 months. But the years leading up to this date can bring significant fluctuations in oestrogen and progesterone, leading to debilitating ‘peri-menopausal’ symptoms. In this session we look at the factors that may contribute to a difficult menopause transition and we discuss some possible nutritional interventions.


Female hormonal health: full day session

Tuesday, 14th May 2013 9:30 am

Morning session:
Pre-menstrual syndrome, fibroids, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome – these are just some of the hormonally-driven health conditions that commonly affect women during the reproductive years. In this seminar, we use a Functional Nutrition approach to explore how to support sex hormone function, with the aim of better understanding how to help clients presenting with these debilitating health conditions.

Afternoon session:
The menopause is officially the day after the last menstrual flow, looking back after a period of 12 months. But the years leading up to this date can bring significant fluctuations in oestrogen and progesterone, leading to debilitating ‘peri-menopausal’ symptoms. In this session we look at the factors that may contribute to a difficult menopause transition and we discuss some possible nutritional interventions.


Female hormonal health: full day session

Tuesday, 30th April 2013 9:30 am

Morning session:
Pre-menstrual syndrome, fibroids, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome – these are just some of the hormonally-driven health conditions that commonly affect women during the reproductive years. In this seminar, we use a Functional Nutrition approach to explore how to support sex hormone function, with the aim of better understanding how to help clients presenting with these debilitating health conditions.

Afternoon session:
The menopause is officially the day after the last menstrual flow, looking back after a period of 12 months. But the years leading up to this date can bring significant fluctuations in oestrogen and progesterone, leading to debilitating ‘peri-menopausal’ symptoms. In this session we look at the factors that may contribute to a difficult menopause transition and we discuss some possible nutritional interventions.


Restoring Vitality through Mitochondrial Support

Tuesday, 23rd April 2013 2:00 pm

The energy that is produced from the food we eat is crucial for the myriad biological functions our bodies need to perform every minute of every day. Without optimal energy production, we gradually lose our vitality and we dramatically increase our risk of ill health and chronic, degenerative diseases.

Energy production takes place within the mitochondria – the tiny organelles that are often referred to as the powerhouses of the cell. But as we age, our mitochondria become increasingly at risk of damage from both environmental and endogenous factors. How does this damage occur? What types of health conditions is it linked to? How can we identify mitochondrial problems in our clients? And what can we do to support and improve mitochondrial function, to help restore health and vitality? All these questions and more will be explored in our new seminar that focuses on mitochondrial health.


Polyphenols in Health and Disease

Tuesday, 23rd April 2013 9:30 am

The past decade has seen an explosion in research into the potentially beneficial properties of plant polyphenols. One reason for this is the discovery that most of these phytochemicals exert very diverse biological activities on human cells. This is exciting because premature ageing and chronic degenerative conditions tend to have multifactorial aetiologies.

This seminar looks at the many different types of polyphenols, where we get them from in the diet, their bioavailability and their metabolism. We look at the mechanisms of their actions on human cells and we discuss the evidence for their efficacy in human health and disease. If you use polyphenol phytochemicals in your clinic, or if you are considering their use, this seminar is not to be missed.


Restoring Vitality through Mitochondrial Support

Tuesday, 19th March 2013 2:00 pm

The energy that is produced from the food we eat is crucial for the myriad biological functions our bodies need to perform every minute of every day. Without optimal energy production, we gradually lose our vitality and we dramatically increase our risk of ill health and chronic, degenerative diseases.
Energy production takes place within the mitochondria – the tiny organelles that are often referred to as the powerhouses of the cell. But as we age, our mitochondria become increasingly at risk of damage from both environmental and endogenous factors. How does this damage occur? What types of health conditions is it linked to? How can we identify mitochondrial problems in our clients? And what can we do to support and improve mitochondrial function, to help restore health and vitality? All these questions and more will be explored in our new seminar that focuses on mitochondrial health.


Polyphenols in Health and Disease

Tuesday, 19th March 2013 9:30 am

The past decade has seen an explosion in research into the potentially beneficial properties of plant polyphenols. One reason for this is the discovery that most of these phytochemicals exert very diverse biological activities on human cells. This is exciting because premature ageing and chronic degenerative conditions tend to have multifactorial aetiologies.
This seminar looks at the many different types of polyphenols, where we get them from in the diet, their bioavailability and their metabolism. We look at the mechanisms of their actions on human cells and we discuss the evidence for their efficacy in human health and disease. If you use polyphenol phytochemicals in your clinic, or if you are considering their use, this seminar is not to be missed.


Polyphenols in Health and Disease

Tuesday, 5th March 2013 2:00 pm

The past decade has seen an explosion in research into the potentially beneficial properties of plant polyphenols. One reason for this is the discovery that most of these phytochemicals exert very diverse biological activities on human cells. This is exciting because premature ageing and chronic degenerative conditions tend to have multifactorial aetiologies.
This seminar looks at the many different types of polyphenols, where we get them from in the diet, their bioavailability and their metabolism. We look at the mechanisms of their actions on human cells and we discuss the evidence for their efficacy in human health and disease. If you use polyphenol phytochemicals in your clinic, or if you are considering their use, this seminar is not to be missed.


Restoring Vitality through Mitochondrial Support

Tuesday, 5th March 2013 9:30 am

The energy that is produced from the food we eat is crucial for the myriad biological functions our bodies need to perform every minute of every day. Without optimal energy production, we gradually lose our vitality and we dramatically increase our risk of ill health and chronic, degenerative diseases.
Energy production takes place within the mitochondria – the tiny organelles that are often referred to as the powerhouses of the cell. But as we age, our mitochondria become increasingly at risk of damage from both environmental and endogenous factors. How does this damage occur? What types of health conditions is it linked to? How can we identify mitochondrial problems in our clients? And what can we do to support and improve mitochondrial function, to help restore health and vitality? All these questions and more will be explored in our new seminar that focuses on mitochondrial health.


Restoring Vitality through Mitochondrial Support

Tuesday, 5th February 2013 2:00 pm

The energy that is produced from the food we eat is crucial for the myriad biological functions our bodies need to perform every minute of every day. Without optimal energy production, we gradually lose our vitality and we dramatically increase our risk of ill health and chronic, degenerative diseases.
Energy production takes place within the mitochondria – the tiny organelles that are often referred to as the powerhouses of the cell. But as we age, our mitochondria become increasingly at risk of damage from both environmental and endogenous factors. How does this damage occur? What types of health conditions is it linked to? How can we identify mitochondrial problems in our clients? And what can we do to support and improve mitochondrial function, to help restore health and vitality? All these questions and more will be explored in our new seminar that focuses on mitochondrial health.


Polyphenols in Health and Disease

Tuesday, 5th February 2013 9:30 am

The past decade has seen an explosion in research into the potentially beneficial properties of plant polyphenols. One reason for this is the discovery that most of these phytochemicals exert very diverse biological activities on human cells. This is exciting because premature ageing and chronic degenerative conditions tend to have multifactorial aetiologies.
This seminar looks at the many different types of polyphenols, where we get them from in the diet, their bioavailability and their metabolism. We look at the mechanisms of their actions on human cells and we discuss the evidence for their efficacy in human health and disease. If you use polyphenol phytochemicals in your clinic, or if you are considering their use, this seminar is not to be missed.


Gum and Dental Health

Tuesday, 29th January 2013 2:00 pm

It is well-established that many dental problems are due primarily to poor oral hygiene practices. But their severity is also influenced by the functioning of underlying biological systems and this, in turn, depends on optimal nutritional status. This seminar looks at the role of nutrition in oral health, with a particular focus on certain fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals and probiotics, and how these may help to improve biochemical processes involved in oral health and the prevention of pathologies like periodontal disease.


The UK's Magnesium Crisis

Tuesday, 29th January 2013 9:30 am

Magnesium (Mg) is crucial to human health, not only for bone density and strength, but also for hundreds of metabolic reactions. Yet there is widespread Mg deficit in the UK and the range of Mg deficiency-associated pathologies has been described as ‘staggering’. How can you judge whether your clients are deficient? How can you improve cellular Mg status? What does the scientific literature tell us about Mg’s role in health and chronic disease? This specialist seminar will discuss these and other issues about this all-important element.


Nutritional Focus on Gum and Dental Health

Tuesday, 20th November 2012 2:00 pm

It is well-established that many dental problems are due primarily to poor oral hygiene practices. But their severity is also influenced by the functioning of underlying biological systems and this, in turn, depends on optimal nutritional status.

This seminar looks at the role of nutrition in oral health, with a particular focus on certain fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals and probiotics, and how these may help to improve biochemical processes involved in oral health and the prevention of pathologies like periodontal disease.


The UK's Magnesium Crisis

Tuesday, 20th November 2012 9:30 am

Magnesium (Mg) is crucial to human health, not only for bone density and strength, but also for hundreds of metabolic reactions. Yet there is widespread Mg deficit in the UK and the range of Mg deficiency-associated pathologies has been described as ‘staggering’.

How can you judge whether your clients are deficient? How can you improve cellular Mg status? What does the scientific literature tell us about Mg’s role in health and chronic disease? This specialist seminar will discuss these and other issues about this all-important element.


Nutritional Focus on Gum and Dental Health

Wednesday, 3rd October 2012 2:00 pm

It is well-established that many dental problems are due primarily to poor oral hygiene practices. But their severity is also influenced by the functioning of underlying biological systems and this, in turn, depends on optimal nutritional status.

This seminar looks at the role of nutrition in oral health, with a particular focus on certain fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals and probiotics, and how these may help to improve biochemical processes involved in oral health and the prevention of pathologies like periodontal disease.


The UK's Magnesium Crisis

Wednesday, 3rd October 2012 9:30 am

Magnesium (Mg) is crucial to human health, not only for bone density and strength, but also for hundreds of metabolic reactions. Yet there is widespread Mg deficit in the UK and the range of Mg deficiency-associated pathologies has been described as ‘staggering’.

How can you judge whether your clients are deficient? How can you improve cellular Mg status? What does the scientific literature tell us about Mg’s role in health and chronic disease? This specialist seminar will discuss these and other issues about this all-important element.


The UK's Magnesium Crisis

Thursday, 20th September 2012 2:00 pm

Magnesium (Mg) is crucial to human health, not only for bone density and strength, but also for hundreds of metabolic reactions. Yet there is widespread Mg deficit in the UK and the range of Mg deficiency-associated pathologies has been described as ‘staggering’.

How can you judge whether your clients are deficient? How can you improve cellular Mg status? What does the scientific literature tell us about Mg’s role in health and chronic disease? This specialist seminar will discuss these and other issues about this all-important element.


Nutritional Focus on Gum and Dental Health

Thursday, 20th September 2012 9:30 am

It is well-established that many dental problems are due primarily to poor oral hygiene practices. But their severity is also influenced by the functioning of underlying biological systems and this, in turn, depends on optimal nutritional status.

This seminar looks at the role of nutrition in oral health, with a particular focus on certain fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals and probiotics, and how these may help to improve biochemical processes involved in oral health and the prevention of pathologies like periodontal disease.


Amino Acids and Proteins

Thursday, 28th June 2012 9:30 am

This seminar examines the therapeutic uses of protein and individual amino acids in patients who are experiencing ill-health. We’ll be looking at what the published research says and how to apply this in clinical practice. A range of common conditions of ill-health will be included in the discussions, as well as issues surrounding dosage and safety.


Cardiovascular Disease

Wednesday, 13th June 2012 2:00 pm

Angina, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, family history of heart attacks and/or stroke…learn about helpful nutritional approaches for a range of cardiovascular problems.


Facts About Fats

Wednesday, 13th June 2012 9:30 am

This seminar explores essential facts about fats. It reviews the importance of fats in the diet and their many roles in the human body. Dietary and supplemental forms of fats will be discussed. You will learn practical ideas to enhance well-being and help to manage many common health problems.


Amino Acids and Proteins

Thursday, 24th May 2012 9:30 am

This seminar examines the therapeutic uses of protein and individual amino acids in patients who are experiencing ill-health. We’ll be looking at what the published research says and how to apply this in clinical practice. A range of common conditions of ill-health will be included in the discussions, as well as issues surrounding dosage and safety.


Amino Acids and Proteins

Wednesday, 9th May 2012 2:00 pm

This seminar examines the therapeutic uses of protein and individual amino acids in patients who are experiencing ill-health. We’ll be looking at what the published research says and how to apply this in clinical practice. A range of common conditions of ill-health will be included in the discussions, as well as issues surrounding dosage and safety.


Facts About Fats

Wednesday, 9th May 2012 9:30 am

This seminar explores essential facts about fats. It reviews the importance of fats in the diet and their many roles in the human body. Dietary and supplemental forms of fats will be discussed. You will learn practical ideas to enhance well-being and help to manage many common health problems.


Functional Nutrition

Thursday, 22nd March 2012 2:00 pm

Functional Medicine (FM) is an exciting emerging model of patient care, developed to meet the challenge of the sharply rising ‘epidemic’ of chronic disease in the 21st century.

Focusing on the individual patient, rather than on the patient’s disease, it represents a significant departure from the current dominant medical approach and is fast becoming the framework of choice amongst nutritional therapists and other complementary healthcare professionals.

This seminar gives an overview of the model, its principles, how it can be used by most types of healthcare practitioner; and the benefits for both the practitioner and the patient.


Amino Acids and Proteins

Thursday, 22nd March 2012 9:30 am

This seminar explores the therapeutic uses of protein and individual amino acids in patients who are experiencing ill-health.

We’ll be looking at what the published research says and how to apply this in clinical practice. A range of common conditions of ill-health will be included in the discussions, as well as issues surrounding dosage and safety.


A Breath of Fresh Air

Tuesday, 13th March 2012 2:00 pm

Recurrent chest infections, pneumonia, asthma – how can we support people affected by these and other respiratory conditions?

According to a leading UK charity, 1.1 million children (1 in 11) andn 4.3 million adults (1 in 12) are currently receiving treatment for asthma, with the NHS spending around £1 billion treating and caring for this group.

The evidence behind nutritional, lifestyle and other environmental factors related to lung health are explored in this seminar.


Understanding Chronic Pain

Tuesday, 13th March 2012 9:30 am

Recurrent chest infections, pneumonia, asthma – how can we support people affected by these and other respiratory conditions?

According to a leading UK charity, 1.1 million children (1 in 11) andn 4.3 million adults (1 in 12) are currently receiving treatment for asthma, with the NHS spending around £1 billion treating and caring for this group.

The evidence behind nutritional, lifestyle and other environmental factors related to lung health are explored in this seminar.


Amino Acids and Proteins

Tuesday, 28th February 2012 2:00 pm

This seminar explores the therapeutic uses of protein and individual amino acids in patients who are experiencing ill-health.

We’ll be looking at what the published research says and how to apply this in clinical practice. A range of common conditions of ill-health will be included in the discussions, as well as issues surrounding dosage and safety.


Understanding Chronic Pain

Tuesday, 28th February 2012 9:30 am

Recurrent chest infections, pneumonia, asthma – how can we support people affected by these and other respiratory conditions?

According to a leading UK charity, 1.1 million children (1 in 11) andn 4.3 million adults (1 in 12) are currently receiving treatment for asthma, with the NHS spending around £1 billion treating and caring for this group.

The evidence behind nutritional, lifestyle and other environmental factors related to lung health are explored in this seminar.


A Breath of Fresh Air

Thursday, 9th February 2012 2:00 pm

Recurrent chest infections, pneumonia, asthma – how can we support people affected by these and other respiratory conditions?

According to a leading UK charity, 1.1 million children (1 in 11) andn 4.3 million adults (1 in 12) are currently receiving treatment for asthma, with the NHS spending around £1 billion treating and caring for this group.

The evidence behind nutritional, lifestyle and other environmental factors related to lung health are explored in this seminar.


Functional Nutrition

Thursday, 9th February 2012 9:30 am

Functional Medicine (FM) is an exciting emerging model of patient care, developed to meet the challenge of the sharply rising ‘epidemic’ of chronic disease in the 21st century.

Focusing on the individual patient, rather than on the patient’s disease, it represents a significant departure from the current dominant medical approach and is fast becoming the framework of choice amongst nutritional therapists and other complementary healthcare professionals.

This seminar gives an overview of the model, its principles, how it can be used by most types of healthcare practitioner; and the benefits for both the practitioner and the patient.


Understanding Chronic Pain

Tuesday, 31st January 2012 2:00 pm

‘Pain’ is such a widespread health problem that analgesics outsell all other over-the-counter medications.

There is a real concern about the risk of side-effects when such drugs are used in the long-term – but are there any alternative options for the significant number of people suffering chronic pain?

In this session we review the current understanding of how and why chronic pain develops and we look at some of the nutritional interventions that could be considered.


A Breath of Fresh Air

Tuesday, 31st January 2012 9:30 am

Recurrent chest infections, pneumonia, asthma – how can we support people affected by these and other respiratory conditions?

According to a leading UK charity, 1.1 million children (1 in 11) andn 4.3 million adults (1 in 12) are currently receiving treatment for asthma, with the NHS spending around £1 billion treating and caring for this group.

The evidence behind nutritional, lifestyle and other environmental factors related to lung health are explored in this seminar.


The UK's Magnesium Crisis

Sunday, 29th January 2012 9:30 am

Magnesium (Mg) is crucial to human health, not only for bone density and strength, but also for hundreds of metabolic reactions. Yet there is widespread Mg deficit in the UK and the range of Mg deficiency-associated pathologies has been described as ‘staggering’. How can you judge whether your clients are deficient? How can you improve cellular Mg status? What does the scientific literature tell us about Mg’s role in health and chronic disease? This specialist seminar will discuss these and other issues about this all-important element.


Special Diets

Tuesday, 22nd November 2011 2:00 pm

Clinical practice is rarely straightforward but occasionally practitioners are faced with the added complication of the client needing to remain on a restricted diet. If such a diet has been imposed for medical or ethical reasons, we need to work around it and find ways to help the client maximise his/her health potential, without compromising the principles or efficacy of the diet.

With this in mind, this seminar will explore a diverse range of specialist diets, such as veganism, ketogenic diets and low residue diets, with the aim of understanding how they work, any potential negative effects on health and the extent to which we may be able to help the client to minimise side effects.


Functional Nutrition

Tuesday, 22nd November 2011 9:30 am

Functional medicine is an emerging model of chronic care that is fast being adopted by nutritional therapists and other practitioners of natural healthcare.
In contrast to allopathic medicine, it exemplifies a systems-oriented approach and it focuses on the biochemical individuality of the patient, rather than the partient’s disease.
This seminar gives an overview of the Functional Model, explaining its principles and how it can be used to enhance practitioner knowledge and patient outcomes.


Vitamin D: What's All The Fuss About?

Tuesday, 8th November 2011 2:00 pm

Vitamin D is currently very much in vogue, with many medics and researchers believing that insufficient blood levels constitute a key factor in several of today’s chronic diseases.
What’s more, there is evidence that such insufficiency is widespread. Yet these concerns do not appear to be reflected in public policy on vitamin D.
So, to what extent should you be considering the vitamin D levels of your clients? What’s the evidence for its involvement in reducing the risk of named medical conditions? And should you be worried about potential toxicity?
We’ll be exploring these questions and more at this seminar.


Truth Behind the Headlines

Tuesday, 8th November 2011 9:30 am

The media bombard us with confusing messages about nutrition. Do you know how to quickly and easily gain an informed view of the research behind those headlines?

In this seminar we identify useful resources for you to use for critical reviews of specific headlines, as well as looking in depth at how to interpret individual research papers.

In the current environment of evidence based medicine, it is crucial that we all feel confident in designing protocols which are based on the accurate interpretation of different forms of nutritional research.


Truth Behind the Headlines

Thursday, 20th October 2011 2:00 pm

The media bombard us with confusing messages about nutrition. Do you know how to quickly and easily gain an informed view of the research behind those headlines?

In this seminar we identify useful resources for you to use for critical reviews of specific headlines, as well as looking in depth at how to interpret individual research papers.

In the current environment of evidence based medicine, it is crucial that we all feel confident in designing protocols which are based on the accurate interpretation of different forms of nutritional research.


Special Diets

Thursday, 20th October 2011 9:30 am

Clinical practice is rarely straightforward but occasionally practitioners are faced with the added complication of the client needing to remain on a restricted diet. If such a diet has been imposed for medical or ethical reasons, we need to work around it and find ways to help the client maximise his/her health potential, without compromising the principles or efficacy of the diet.

With this in mind, this seminar will explore a diverse range of specialist diets, such as veganism, ketogenic diets and low residue diets, with the aim of understanding how they work, any potential negative effects on health and the extent to which we may be able to help the client to minimise side effects.


Functional Nutrition

Tuesday, 11th October 2011 2:00 pm

Functional medicine is an emerging model of chronic care that is fast being adopted by nutritional therapists and other practitioners of natural healthcare.
In contrast to allopathic medicine, it exemplifies a systems-oriented approach and it focuses on the biochemical individuality of the patient, rather than the partient’s disease.
This seminar gives an overview of the Functional Model, explaining its principles and how it can be used to enhance practitioner knowledge and patient outcomes.


Vitamin D: What's All The Fuss About?

Tuesday, 11th October 2011 9:30 am

Vitamin D is currently very much in vogue, with many medics and researchers believing that insufficient blood levels constitute a key factor in several of today’s chronic diseases.
What’s more, there is evidence that such insufficiency is widespread. Yet these concerns do not appear to be reflected in public policy on vitamin D.
So, to what extent should you be considering the vitamin D levels of your clients? What’s the evidence for its involvement in reducing the risk of named medical conditions? And should you be worried about potential toxicity?
We’ll be exploring these questions and more at this seminar.


Special Diets

Friday, 23rd September 2011 2:00 pm

Clinical practice is rarely straightforward but occasionally practitioners are faced with the added complication of the client needing to remain on a restricted diet. If such a diet has been imposed for medical or ethical reasons, we need to work around it and find ways to help the client maximise his/her health potential, without compromising the principles or efficacy of the diet.

With this in mind, this seminar will explore a diverse range of specialist diets, such as veganism, ketogenic diets and low residue diets, with the aim of understanding how they work, any potential negative effects on health and the extent to which we may be able to help the client to minimise side effects.


Nutrition Books by Lorraine Nicolle

Books by Lorraine Nicolle

Lorraine Nicolle has published 3 books all available to purchase online. All deal with  how eating the right food for you can help combat disease and lead to a healthier lifestyle.

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