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Menopause and peri-menopause: 6-week online course

Monday, 27th June 2022 7:00 pm





Week 6 of My Menopause Companion: a 6 week live programme, designed for peri-menopausal and menopausal individuals of any age, empowering you to manage your menopause.

 

Programme dates: Weekly from Monday 16 May 2022 to Monday 27 June 2022 (breaking for the Jubilee week), at 7pm – 8pm

You'll get expert independent advice, interpretation of cutting edge research and practical tips for improving your life.

Booking is via Eventbrite at this link:  

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/my-menopause-companion-a-six-week-online-programme-tickets-267037425127?aff=ebdssbeac

Fee – £79, covering the full 6 weeks

Here’s what we’ll be covering each week:

Week 1: The Big Picture






• Who we are: your four MMC experts and why we are well-placed to help you

• A journey through the body and mind – what happens during perimenopause and menopause

• Menopause myth busting!

• Live Q&A session

Week 2: Strong bones and gliding joints 

• How to support your musculoskeletal system in mid-life to remain active and pain-free

• We will focus on nutritional interventions and also include a practical movement session

• Live Q&A session

Week 3: Weight and shape 

• How to use nutrition and exercise to maintain a healthy weight and shape in your 40s, 50s and beyond

• We’ll be including a live cooking lesson and a short exercise session

• Live Q & A session

Week 4: Mind, memory & mood 

• How and why fluctuating hormones affect our brain function in mid-life, and some key nutritional steps to keeping your mood, memory and mind in good order

• Why sleep matters and how to improve it

• Live Q & A session

• The session will finish with a mindful breathing practice to calm and clear the mind.

Week 5: Below the belt 

• A summary of common genito-urinary symptoms of the menopause and the medical options available to help

• A run-down of often-neglected nutrients that are crucial for vaginal and bladder health

• How to support your gut microflora to help prevent urinary tract infections

• We’ll also include a teach-in on the correct way to exercise the pelvic floor.

• Live Q & A session

Week 6: Hot and bothered 

• Why we get hot flushes and night sweats, including common triggers to watch out for

• Medical, nutritional and lifestyle tips on keeping your cool

• We’ll be devoting extra time to the live Q&A session to give you the opportunity to post all your important questions, on anything we’ve discussed over the six-week course.

 

Note: If you are not able to attend the live session a recording will be available for 48 hours after the live event.

Once you join the course, you’ll become an exclusive Menopause Companion, giving you automatic membership to our closed Facebook group where you can share your experiences, ask questions, and be part of our ongoing conversation on how to get the most out of this important stage of life.

My Menopause Companion is founded and hosted by:

Dr Kate McCarthy gynaecologist and menopause specialist. Kate runs a local menopause service in SE London

Ellie Brown fitness and wellbeing coach. Ellie is the founder of Greenwich Wellness, Fitness and Pilates: a unique wellness business built on happiness, trust and compassion. She has been inspiring and supporting people to find their own pace in Greenwich and beyond since 2003.

Lorraine Nicolle MSc award-winning registered nutritionist (mBANT) and educator with 19 years clinical experience in helping people age well.

Zannie Krogh registered nutritionist (mBANT) based in Greenwich. Zannie hosts regular wellbeing and nutrition workshops online and in SE London.

 

To see what previous participants have said about the course, go to http://www.mymenopausecompanion.co.uk/

 


 

Menopause and peri-menopause: 6-week online course

Monday, 20th June 2022 7:00 pm





Week 5 of My Menopause Companion: a 6 week live programme, designed for peri-menopausal and menopausal individuals of any age, empowering you to manage your menopause.

 

Programme dates: Weekly from Monday 16 May 2022 to Monday 27 June 2022 (breaking for the Jubilee week), at 7pm – 8pm

You'll get expert independent advice, interpretation of cutting edge research and practical tips for improving your life.

Booking is via Eventbrite at this link:  

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/my-menopause-companion-a-six-week-online-programme-tickets-267037425127?aff=ebdssbeac

Fee – £79, covering the full 6 weeks

Here’s what we’ll be covering each week:

Week 1: The Big Picture






• Who we are: your four MMC experts and why we are well-placed to help you

• A journey through the body and mind – what happens during perimenopause and menopause

• Menopause myth busting!

• Live Q&A session

Week 2: Strong bones and gliding joints 

• How to support your musculoskeletal system in mid-life to remain active and pain-free

• We will focus on nutritional interventions and also include a practical movement session

• Live Q&A session

Week 3: Weight and shape 

• How to use nutrition and exercise to maintain a healthy weight and shape in your 40s, 50s and beyond

• We’ll be including a live cooking lesson and a short exercise session

• Live Q & A session

Week 4: Mind, memory & mood 

• How and why fluctuating hormones affect our brain function in mid-life, and some key nutritional steps to keeping your mood, memory and mind in good order

• Why sleep matters and how to improve it

• Live Q & A session

• The session will finish with a mindful breathing practice to calm and clear the mind.

Week 5: Below the belt 

• A summary of common genito-urinary symptoms of the menopause and the medical options available to help

• A run-down of often-neglected nutrients that are crucial for vaginal and bladder health

• How to support your gut microflora to help prevent urinary tract infections

• We’ll also include a teach-in on the correct way to exercise the pelvic floor.

• Live Q & A session

Week 6: Hot and bothered 

• Why we get hot flushes and night sweats, including common triggers to watch out for

• Medical, nutritional and lifestyle tips on keeping your cool

• We’ll be devoting extra time to the live Q&A session to give you the opportunity to post all your important questions, on anything we’ve discussed over the six-week course.

 

Note: If you are not able to attend the live session a recording will be available for 48 hours after the live event.

Once you join the course, you’ll become an exclusive Menopause Companion, giving you automatic membership to our closed Facebook group where you can share your experiences, ask questions, and be part of our ongoing conversation on how to get the most out of this important stage of life.

My Menopause Companion is founded and hosted by:

Dr Kate McCarthy gynaecologist and menopause specialist. Kate runs a local menopause service in SE London

Ellie Brown fitness and wellbeing coach. Ellie is the founder of Greenwich Wellness, Fitness and Pilates: a unique wellness business built on happiness, trust and compassion. She has been inspiring and supporting people to find their own pace in Greenwich and beyond since 2003.

Lorraine Nicolle MSc award-winning registered nutritionist (mBANT) and educator with 19 years clinical experience in helping people age well.

Zannie Krogh registered nutritionist (mBANT) based in Greenwich. Zannie hosts regular wellbeing and nutrition workshops online and in SE London.

 

To see what previous participants have said about the course, go to http://www.mymenopausecompanion.co.uk/

 


 

Menopause and peri-menopause: 6-week online course

Monday, 13th June 2022 7:00 pm





Week 4 of My Menopause Companion: a 6 week live programme, designed for peri-menopausal and menopausal individuals of any age, empowering you to manage your menopause.

 

Programme dates: Weekly from Monday 16 May 2022 to Monday 27 June 2022 (breaking for the Jubilee week), at 7pm – 8pm

You'll get expert independent advice, interpretation of cutting edge research and practical tips for improving your life.

Booking is via Eventbrite at this link:  

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/my-menopause-companion-a-six-week-online-programme-tickets-267037425127?aff=ebdssbeac

Fee – £79, covering the full 6 weeks

Here’s what we’ll be covering each week:

Week 1: The Big Picture






• Who we are: your four MMC experts and why we are well-placed to help you

• A journey through the body and mind – what happens during perimenopause and menopause

• Menopause myth busting!

• Live Q&A session

Week 2: Strong bones and gliding joints 

• How to support your musculoskeletal system in mid-life to remain active and pain-free

• We will focus on nutritional interventions and also include a practical movement session

• Live Q&A session

Week 3: Weight and shape 

• How to use nutrition and exercise to maintain a healthy weight and shape in your 40s, 50s and beyond

• We’ll be including a live cooking lesson and a short exercise session

• Live Q & A session

Week 4: Mind, memory & mood 

• How and why fluctuating hormones affect our brain function in mid-life, and some key nutritional steps to keeping your mood, memory and mind in good order

• Why sleep matters and how to improve it

• Live Q & A session

• The session will finish with a mindful breathing practice to calm and clear the mind.

Week 5: Below the belt 

• A summary of common genito-urinary symptoms of the menopause and the medical options available to help

• A run-down of often-neglected nutrients that are crucial for vaginal and bladder health

• How to support your gut microflora to help prevent urinary tract infections

• We’ll also include a teach-in on the correct way to exercise the pelvic floor.

• Live Q & A session

Week 6: Hot and bothered 

• Why we get hot flushes and night sweats, including common triggers to watch out for

• Medical, nutritional and lifestyle tips on keeping your cool

• We’ll be devoting extra time to the live Q&A session to give you the opportunity to post all your important questions, on anything we’ve discussed over the six-week course.

 

Note: If you are not able to attend the live session a recording will be available for 48 hours after the live event.

Once you join the course, you’ll become an exclusive Menopause Companion, giving you automatic membership to our closed Facebook group where you can share your experiences, ask questions, and be part of our ongoing conversation on how to get the most out of this important stage of life.

My Menopause Companion is founded and hosted by:

Dr Kate McCarthy gynaecologist and menopause specialist. Kate runs a local menopause service in SE London

Ellie Brown fitness and wellbeing coach. Ellie is the founder of Greenwich Wellness, Fitness and Pilates: a unique wellness business built on happiness, trust and compassion. She has been inspiring and supporting people to find their own pace in Greenwich and beyond since 2003.

Lorraine Nicolle MSc award-winning registered nutritionist (mBANT) and educator with 19 years clinical experience in helping people age well.

Zannie Krogh registered nutritionist (mBANT) based in Greenwich. Zannie hosts regular wellbeing and nutrition workshops online and in SE London.

 

To see what previous participants have said about the course, go to http://www.mymenopausecompanion.co.uk/

 


 

Menopause and peri-menopause: 6-week online course

Monday, 6th June 2022 7:00 pm





Week 3 of My Menopause Companion: a 6 week live programme, designed for peri-menopausal and menopausal individuals of any age, empowering you to manage your menopause.

 

Programme dates: Weekly from Monday 16 May 2022 to Monday 27 June 2022 (breaking for the Jubilee week), at 7pm – 8pm

You'll get expert independent advice, interpretation of cutting edge research and practical tips for improving your life.

Booking is via Eventbrite at this link:  

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/my-menopause-companion-a-six-week-online-programme-tickets-267037425127?aff=ebdssbeac

Fee – £79, covering the full 6 weeks

Here’s what we’ll be covering each week:

Week 1: The Big Picture






• Who we are: your four MMC experts and why we are well-placed to help you

• A journey through the body and mind – what happens during perimenopause and menopause

• Menopause myth busting!

• Live Q&A session

Week 2: Strong bones and gliding joints 

• How to support your musculoskeletal system in mid-life to remain active and pain-free

• We will focus on nutritional interventions and also include a practical movement session

• Live Q&A session

Week 3: Weight and shape 

• How to use nutrition and exercise to maintain a healthy weight and shape in your 40s, 50s and beyond

• We’ll be including a live cooking lesson and a short exercise session

• Live Q & A session

Week 4: Mind, memory & mood 

• How and why fluctuating hormones affect our brain function in mid-life, and some key nutritional steps to keeping your mood, memory and mind in good order

• Why sleep matters and how to improve it

• Live Q & A session

• The session will finish with a mindful breathing practice to calm and clear the mind.

Week 5: Below the belt 

• A summary of common genito-urinary symptoms of the menopause and the medical options available to help

• A run-down of often-neglected nutrients that are crucial for vaginal and bladder health

• How to support your gut microflora to help prevent urinary tract infections

• We’ll also include a teach-in on the correct way to exercise the pelvic floor.

• Live Q & A session

Week 6: Hot and bothered 

• Why we get hot flushes and night sweats, including common triggers to watch out for

• Medical, nutritional and lifestyle tips on keeping your cool

• We’ll be devoting extra time to the live Q&A session to give you the opportunity to post all your important questions, on anything we’ve discussed over the six-week course.

 

Note: If you are not able to attend the live session a recording will be available for 48 hours after the live event.

Once you join the course, you’ll become an exclusive Menopause Companion, giving you automatic membership to our closed Facebook group where you can share your experiences, ask questions, and be part of our ongoing conversation on how to get the most out of this important stage of life.

My Menopause Companion is founded and hosted by:

Dr Kate McCarthy gynaecologist and menopause specialist. Kate runs a local menopause service in SE London

Ellie Brown fitness and wellbeing coach. Ellie is the founder of Greenwich Wellness, Fitness and Pilates: a unique wellness business built on happiness, trust and compassion. She has been inspiring and supporting people to find their own pace in Greenwich and beyond since 2003.

Lorraine Nicolle MSc award-winning registered nutritionist (mBANT) and educator with 19 years clinical experience in helping people age well.

Zannie Krogh registered nutritionist (mBANT) based in Greenwich. Zannie hosts regular wellbeing and nutrition workshops online and in SE London.

 

To see what previous participants have said about the course, go to http://www.mymenopausecompanion.co.uk/

 


 

Menopause and peri-menopause: 6-week online course

Monday, 23rd May 2022 7:00 pm





Week 2 of My Menopause Companion: a 6 week live programme, designed for peri-menopausal and menopausal individuals of any age, empowering you to manage your menopause.

 

Programme dates: Weekly from Monday 16 May 2022 to Monday 27 June 2022 (breaking for the Jubilee week), at 7pm – 8pm

You'll get expert independent advice, interpretation of cutting edge research and practical tips for improving your life.

Booking is via Eventbrite at this link:  

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/my-menopause-companion-a-six-week-online-programme-tickets-267037425127?aff=ebdssbeac

Fee – £79, covering the full 6 weeks

Here’s what we’ll be covering each week:

Week 1: The Big Picture






• Who we are: your four MMC experts and why we are well-placed to help you

• A journey through the body and mind – what happens during perimenopause and menopause

• Menopause myth busting!

• Live Q&A session

Week 2: Strong bones and gliding joints 

• How to support your musculoskeletal system in mid-life to remain active and pain-free

• We will focus on nutritional interventions and also include a practical movement session

• Live Q&A session

Week 3: Weight and shape 

• How to use nutrition and exercise to maintain a healthy weight and shape in your 40s, 50s and beyond

• We’ll be including a live cooking lesson and a short exercise session

• Live Q & A session

Week 4: Mind, memory & mood 

• How and why fluctuating hormones affect our brain function in mid-life, and some key nutritional steps to keeping your mood, memory and mind in good order

• Why sleep matters and how to improve it

• Live Q & A session

• The session will finish with a mindful breathing practice to calm and clear the mind.

Week 5: Below the belt 

• A summary of common genito-urinary symptoms of the menopause and the medical options available to help

• A run-down of often-neglected nutrients that are crucial for vaginal and bladder health

• How to support your gut microflora to help prevent urinary tract infections

• We’ll also include a teach-in on the correct way to exercise the pelvic floor.

• Live Q & A session

Week 6: Hot and bothered 

• Why we get hot flushes and night sweats, including common triggers to watch out for

• Medical, nutritional and lifestyle tips on keeping your cool

• We’ll be devoting extra time to the live Q&A session to give you the opportunity to post all your important questions, on anything we’ve discussed over the six-week course.

 

Note: If you are not able to attend the live session a recording will be available for 48 hours after the live event.

Once you join the course, you’ll become an exclusive Menopause Companion, giving you automatic membership to our closed Facebook group where you can share your experiences, ask questions, and be part of our ongoing conversation on how to get the most out of this important stage of life.

My Menopause Companion is founded and hosted by:

Dr Kate McCarthy gynaecologist and menopause specialist. Kate runs a local menopause service in SE London

Ellie Brown fitness and wellbeing coach. Ellie is the founder of Greenwich Wellness, Fitness and Pilates: a unique wellness business built on happiness, trust and compassion. She has been inspiring and supporting people to find their own pace in Greenwich and beyond since 2003.

Lorraine Nicolle MSc award-winning registered nutritionist (mBANT) and educator with 19 years clinical experience in helping people age well.

Zannie Krogh registered nutritionist (mBANT) based in Greenwich. Zannie hosts regular wellbeing and nutrition workshops online and in SE London.

 

To see what previous participants have said about the course, go to http://www.mymenopausecompanion.co.uk/

 


 

Menopause and peri-menopause: 6-week online course

Monday, 16th May 2022 7:00 pm





My Menopause Companion is a 6 week live programme, designed for peri-menopausal and menopausal individuals of any age, empowering you to manage your menopause.

 

Programme dates: Weekly from Monday 16 May 2022 to Monday 27 June 2022 (breaking for the Jubilee week), at 7pm – 8pm

You'll get expert independent advice, interpretation of cutting edge research and practical tips for improving your life.

Booking is via Eventbrite at this link:  

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/my-menopause-companion-a-six-week-online-programme-tickets-267037425127?aff=ebdssbeac

Fee – £79, covering the full 6 weeks

Here’s what we’ll be covering each week:

Week 1: The Big Picture






• Who we are: your four MMC experts and why we are well-placed to help you

• A journey through the body and mind – what happens during perimenopause and menopause

• Menopause myth busting!

• Live Q&A session

Week 2: Strong bones and gliding joints 

• How to support your musculoskeletal system in mid-life to remain active and pain-free

• We will focus on nutritional interventions and also include a practical movement session

• Live Q&A session

Week 3: Weight and shape 

• How to use nutrition and exercise to maintain a healthy weight and shape in your 40s, 50s and beyond

• We’ll be including a live cooking lesson and a short exercise session

• Live Q & A session

Week 4: Mind, memory & mood 

• How and why fluctuating hormones affect our brain function in mid-life, and some key nutritional steps to keeping your mood, memory and mind in good order

• Why sleep matters and how to improve it

• Live Q & A session

• The session will finish with a mindful breathing practice to calm and clear the mind.

Week 5: Below the belt 

• A summary of common genito-urinary symptoms of the menopause and the medical options available to help

• A run-down of often-neglected nutrients that are crucial for vaginal and bladder health

• How to support your gut microflora to help prevent urinary tract infections

• We’ll also include a teach-in on the correct way to exercise the pelvic floor.

• Live Q & A session

Week 6: Hot and bothered 

• Why we get hot flushes and night sweats, including common triggers to watch out for

• Medical, nutritional and lifestyle tips on keeping your cool

• We’ll be devoting extra time to the live Q&A session to give you the opportunity to post all your important questions, on anything we’ve discussed over the six-week course.

 

Note: If you are not able to attend the live session a recording will be available for 48 hours after the live event.

Once you join the course, you’ll become an exclusive Menopause Companion, giving you automatic membership to our closed Facebook group where you can share your experiences, ask questions, and be part of our ongoing conversation on how to get the most out of this important stage of life.

My Menopause Companion is founded and hosted by:

Dr Kate McCarthy gynaecologist and menopause specialist. Kate runs a local menopause service in SE London

Ellie Brown fitness and wellbeing coach. Ellie is the founder of Greenwich Wellness, Fitness and Pilates: a unique wellness business built on happiness, trust and compassion. She has been inspiring and supporting people to find their own pace in Greenwich and beyond since 2003.

Lorraine Nicolle MSc award-winning registered nutritionist (mBANT) and educator with 19 years clinical experience in helping people age well.

Zannie Krogh registered nutritionist (mBANT) based in Greenwich. Zannie hosts regular wellbeing and nutrition workshops online and in SE London.

 

To see what previous participants have said about the course, go to http://www.mymenopausecompanion.co.uk/

 


 

Nutrition for Immune Health

Thursday, 28th April 2022 12:30 pm

In this 2-hour live seminar, we'll be exploring the tools available to support the immune system for ourselves and others.  We will be presenting evidence-based nutritional interventions to support a healthy immune system, reviewing the current evidence and discussing important nutritional formulations. The event carries 2 hours of CDP points for Registered Nutritional Therapists and other healthcare practitioners.

The seminar programme is sponsored and organised by Pharma Nord UK, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of vitamins and health supplements. Pharma Nord is a global, independently-owned company with over 50 offices throughout the world. All their products are produced to pharmaceutical standards, and thanks to their high quality and bioavailability they are regularly used in clinical trials for a range of health conditions.

Seminar Date: Wednesday 28 April

Seminar Time: 12.30pm registration, talk starts at 1.00pm

Seminar location: Bournemouth

CPD Certification: 2 hours/points

Cost: £10.00 (you will receive a £15.00 Pharma Nord voucher after attending)

Light refreshments will be provided for everyone attending.

Our seminars provide for social distancing and adhere to the most current government guidelines and legislation. Should these guidelines and legislation prevent an event from going ahead you will be given the option to rebook onto a rescheduled date (where available), or an alternative venue, or to be given a full refund.

You'll be sent a copy of the slides after the event, as well as your CPD certificate.

For more details of all the available CPD events and to book your free place you can either:

Click on this link: https://www.pharmanord.co.uk/events?utm_source=BenchmarkEmail&utm_campaign=Invite_-_Immunity_Seminars_Q1_2022&utm_medium=email

Or call 01670 534905

Or email: Training@pharmanord.co.uk or Pro@pharmanord.co.uk

 


Nutrition for Immune Health

Wednesday, 13th April 2022 12:30 pm

In this 2-hour live seminar, we'll be exploring the tools available to support the immune system for ourselves and others.  We will be presenting evidence-based nutritional interventions to support a healthy immune system, reviewing the current evidence and discussing important nutritional formulations. The event carries 2 hours of CDP points for Registered Nutritional Therapists and other healthcare practitioners.

The seminar programme is sponsored and organised by Pharma Nord UK, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of vitamins and health supplements. Pharma Nord is a global, independently-owned company with over 50 offices throughout the world. All their products are produced to pharmaceutical standards, and thanks to their high quality and bioavailability they are regularly used in clinical trials for a range of health conditions.

Seminar Date: Wednesday 13 April

Seminar Time: 12.30pm registration, talk starts at 1.00pm

Seminar location: Southampton

CPD Certification: 2 hours/points

Cost: £10.00 (you will receive a £15.00 Pharma Nord voucher after attending)

Light refreshments will be provided for everyone attending.

Our seminars provide for social distancing and adhere to the most current government guidelines and legislation. Should these guidelines and legislation prevent an event from going ahead you will be given the option to rebook onto a rescheduled date (where available), or an alternative venue, or to be given a full refund.

You'll be sent a copy of the slides after the event, as well as your CPD certificate.

For more details of all the available CPD events and to book your free place you can either:

Click on this link: https://www.pharmanord.co.uk/events?utm_source=BenchmarkEmail&utm_campaign=Invite_-_Immunity_Seminars_Q1_2022&utm_medium=email

Or call 01670 534905

Or email: Training@pharmanord.co.uk or Pro@pharmanord.co.uk

 


Nutrition for Immune Health

Wednesday, 6th April 2022 12:30 pm

In this 2-hour live seminar, we'll be exploring the tools available to support the immune system for ourselves and others.  We will be presenting evidence-based nutritional interventions to support a healthy immune system, reviewing the current evidence and discussing important nutritional formulations. The event carries 2 hours of CDP points for Registered Nutritional Therapists and other healthcare practitioners.

The seminar programme is sponsored and organised by Pharma Nord UK, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of vitamins and health supplements. Pharma Nord is a global, independently-owned company with over 50 offices throughout the world. All their products are produced to pharmaceutical standards, and thanks to their high quality and bioavailability they are regularly used in clinical trials for a range of health conditions.

Seminar Date: Wednesday 6 April

Seminar Time: 12.30pm registration, talk starts at 1.00pm

Seminar location: St Albans

CPD Certification: 2 hours/points

Cost: £10.00 (you will receive a £15.00 Pharma Nord voucher after attending)

Light refreshments will be provided for everyone attending.

Our seminars provide for social distancing and adhere to the most current government guidelines and legislation. Should these guidelines and legislation prevent an event from going ahead you will be given the option to rebook onto a rescheduled date (where available), or an alternative venue, or to be given a full refund.

You'll be sent a copy of the slides after the event, as well as your CPD certificate.

For more details of all the available CPD events and to book your free place you can either:

Click on this link: https://www.pharmanord.co.uk/events?utm_source=BenchmarkEmail&utm_campaign=Invite_-_Immunity_Seminars_Q1_2022&utm_medium=email

Or call 01670 534905

Or email: Training@pharmanord.co.uk or Pro@pharmanord.co.uk

 


Nutrition for Immune Health

Thursday, 24th March 2022 12:30 pm

In this 2-hour live seminar, we'll be exploring the tools available to support the immune system for ourselves and others.  We will be presenting evidence-based nutritional interventions to support a healthy immune system, reviewing the current evidence and discussing important nutritional formulations. The event carries 2 hours of CDP points for Registered Nutritional Therapists and other healthcare practitioners.

The seminar programme is sponsored and organised by Pharma Nord UK, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of vitamins and health supplements. Pharma Nord is a global, independently-owned company with over 50 offices throughout the world. All their products are produced to pharmaceutical standards, and thanks to their high quality and bioavailability they are regularly used in clinical trials for a range of health conditions.

Seminar Date: Thursday 24 March

Seminar Time: 12.30pm registration, talk starts at 1.00pm

Seminar location: Royal Society of Medicine, London W1

CPD Certification: 2 hours/points

Cost: £10.00 (you will receive a £15.00 Pharma Nord voucher after attending)

Light refreshments will be provided for everyone attending.

Our seminars provide for social distancing and adhere to the most current government guidelines and legislation. Should these guidelines and legislation prevent an event from going ahead you will be given the option to rebook onto a rescheduled date (where available), or an alternative venue, or to be given a full refund.

You'll be sent a copy of the slides after the event, as well as your CPD certificate.

For more details of all the available CPD events and to book your free place you can either:

Click on this link: https://www.pharmanord.co.uk/events?utm_source=BenchmarkEmail&utm_campaign=Invite_-_Immunity_Seminars_Q1_2022&utm_medium=email

Or call 01670 534905

Or email: Training@pharmanord.co.uk or Pro@pharmanord.co.uk


Nutrition for Immune Health

Thursday, 10th March 2022 12:30 pm

In this 2-hour live seminar, we'll be exploring the tools available to support the immune system for ourselves and others.  We will be presenting evidence-based nutritional interventions to support a healthy immune system, reviewing the current evidence and discussing important nutritional formulations. The event carries 2 hours of CDP points for Registered Nutritional Therapists and other healthcare practitioners.

The seminar programme is sponsored and organised by Pharma Nord UK, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of vitamins and health supplements. Pharma Nord is a global, independently-owned company with over 50 offices throughout the world. All their products are produced to pharmaceutical standards, and thanks to their high quality and bioavailability they are regularly used in clinical trials for a range of health conditions.

Seminar Date: Thursday 10 March

Seminar Time: 12.30pm registration, talk starts at 1.00pm

Seminar location: Watford

CPD Certification: 2 hours/points

Cost: £10.00 (you will receive a £15.00 Pharma Nord voucher after attending)

Light refreshments will be provided for everyone attending.

Our seminars provide for social distancing and adhere to the most current government guidelines and legislation. Should these guidelines and legislation prevent an event from going ahead you will be given the option to rebook onto a rescheduled date (where available), or an alternative venue, or to be given a full refund.

You'll be sent a copy of the slides after the event, as well as your CPD certificate.

For more details of all the available CPD events and to book your free place you can either:

Click on this link: https://www.pharmanord.co.uk/events?utm_source=BenchmarkEmail&utm_campaign=Invite_-_Immunity_Seminars_Q1_2022&utm_medium=email

Or call 01670 534905

Or email: Training@pharmanord.co.uk or Pro@pharmanord.co.uk


Nutrition for Immune Health

Thursday, 3rd March 2022 12:30 pm

In this 2-hour live seminar, we'll be exploring the tools available to support the immune system for ourselves and others.  We will be presenting evidence-based nutritional interventions to support a healthy immune system, reviewing the current evidence and discussing important nutritional formulations. The event carries 2 hours of CDP points for Registered Nutritional Therapists and other healthcare practitioners.

The seminar programme is sponsored and organised by Pharma Nord UK, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of vitamins and health supplements. Pharma Nord is a global, independently-owned company with over 50 offices throughout the world. All their products are produced to pharmaceutical standards, and thanks to their high quality and bioavailability they are regularly used in clinical trials for a range of health conditions.

Seminar Date: Thursday 3 March

Seminar Time: 12.30pm registration, talk starts at 1.00pm

Seminar location: Tunbridge Wells

CPD Certification: 2 hours/points

Cost: £10.00 (you will receive a £15.00 Pharma Nord voucher after attending)

Light refreshments will be provided for everyone attending.

Our seminars provide for social distancing and adhere to the most current government guidelines and legislation. Should these guidelines and legislation prevent an event from going ahead you will be given the option to rebook onto a rescheduled date (where available), or an alternative venue, or to be given a full refund.

You'll be sent a copy of the slides after the event, as well as your CPD certificate.

For more details of all the available CPD events and to book your free place you can either:

Click on this link: https://www.pharmanord.co.uk/events?utm_source=BenchmarkEmail&utm_campaign=Invite_-_Immunity_Seminars_Q1_2022&utm_medium=email

Or call 01670 534905

Or email: Training@pharmanord.co.uk or Pro@pharmanord.co.uk

 


Nutrition for Immune Health

Thursday, 3rd February 2022 6:30 pm

In the first event of our 2022 live seminar series, we'll be exploring the tools available to us to support the immune system for ourselves and others.

In these CPD-certified seminars, we will be presenting evidence-based nutritional interventions to support a healthy immune system, reviewing the current evidence and discussing important nutritional formulations. 

The seminar programme is sponsored and organised by Pharma Nord UK, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of vitamins and health supplements. Pharma Nord is a global, independently owned company with over 50 offices throughout the world. All their products are produced to pharmaceutical standards, and thanks to their high quality and bioavailability they are regularly used in clinical trials for a range of health conditions.

Seminar Time: 6.30pm registration, talk starts at 7.00pm

Seminar location: Jury's Waterfront Hotel, Brighton

CPD Certification: 2 hours/points

Cost: £10.00 (you will receive a £15.00 Pharma Nord voucher after attending)

A light meal and refreshments will be provided for everyone attending.

Our seminars provide for social distancing and adhere to the most current government guidelines and legislation. Should these guidelines and legislation prevent an event from going ahead you will be given the option to rebook onto a rescheduled date (where available) or book onto an alternative venue, or to be given a full refund.

 

You'll be sent a copy of the slides after the event, as well as your CPD certificate.

For more details of all the available CPD events and to book your free place:

Call 01670 534905

Email: Training@pharmanord.co.uk or Pro@pharmanord.co.uk

 


Post-viral care webinar

Thursday, 27th January 2022 6:30 pm

In this free 2-hour webinar you are invited to join me (Lorraine Nicolle), along with my colleagues Katie Sheen (www.sounutrition.org) and nutritionist Frank Brogan as we explore the research and rationales for specific nutrition and mindfulness interventions for post-viral recovery.

The event is designed for healthcare practitioners (both primary care and complementary) but it's open to all as part of the extensive educational programme offered by the Pharma Nord Academy.

The webinar earns you 2 hours of CPD and you have access to the slides afterwards.

To book your free place click on the link below, or cut and paste the link into your browser:

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7920149911996857615?utm_source=BenchmarkEmail&utm_campaign=Invite_-_Webinars_January_2022&utm_medium=email

Pharma Nord is one of Europe’s largest manufacturers of dietary supplements, and is a global, independently owned company with over 50 offices throughout the world. All their products are produced to pharmaceutical standards, and thanks to their high quality and bioavailability they are regularly used in clinical trials for a range of health conditions.

Please don’t hesitate to contact Pharma Nord at training@pharmanord.co.uk or call them on 01670 534905 for further information, to register with them as a healthcare practitioner, or to book your free place on an upcoming educational event.


Free webinar interview with leading Q10 scientist Prof Iain Hargreaves

Thursday, 27th January 2022 1:30 pm

Join me for a free 1-hour webinar in which I have the great pleasure of interviewing one of the UK's leading researchers of the important molecule Co-enzyme Q10, Dr Iain Hargreaves. This is a rare opportunity to quiz one of the great minds in the subjects of mitochondrial function, oxidatve stress and CoQ10. It's also a chance for you to submit any burning questions you'd like answered on the topic. Just submit them in advance to technical@pharmanord.co.uk

The event is designed for healthcare practitioners (both primary care and complementary) but it's open to all as part of the extensive educational programme offered by the Pharma Nord Academy.

The webinar earns you 1 hour of CPD.

To book your free place click on the link below, or cut and paste the link into your browser:

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/427940241377582351?utm_source=BenchmarkEmail&utm_campaign=Invite_-_Webinars_January_2022&utm_medium=email

Pharma Nord is one of Europe’s largest manufacturers of dietary supplements, and is a global, independently owned company with over 50 offices throughout the world. All their products are produced to pharmaceutical standards, and thanks to their high quality and bioavailability they are regularly used in clinical trials for a range of health conditions.

Please don’t hesitate to contact Pharma Nord at training@pharmanord.co.uk or call them on 01670 534905 for further information, to register with them as a healthcare practitioner, or to book your free place on an upcoming educational event.


Webinar on Co-enzyme Q10

Tuesday, 25th January 2022 10:00 am

In this free 1-hour webinar you are invited to join my colleague nutritionist Frank Brogan and me (Lorraine Nicolle) as we explore the research and clinical use of CoQ10.  We're going to be taking a deep dive into the truth behind the claims made for Q10, paying special attention to where it may be of most use in improving particular health outcomes.

The event is designed for healthcare practitioners (both primary care and complementary) but it's open to all as part of the extensive educational programme offered by the Pharma Nord Academy.

The webinar earns you 1 hour of CPD and you have access to the slides afterwards.

To book your free place click on the link below, or cut and paste the link into your browser:

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/531222866132913163?utm_source=BenchmarkEmail&utm_campaign=Invite_-_Webinars_January_2022&utm_medium=email

Pharma Nord is one of Europe’s largest manufacturers of dietary supplements, and is a global, independently owned company with over 50 offices throughout the world. All their products are produced to pharmaceutical standards, and thanks to their high quality and bioavailability they are regularly used in clinical trials for a range of health conditions.

Please don’t hesitate to contact Pharma Nord at training@pharmanord.co.uk or call them on 01670 534905 for further information, to register with them as a healthcare practitioner, or to book your free place on an upcoming educational event.


Nutritional Support in Long COVID

Tuesday, 7th December 2021 12:00 pm

Long COVID is an informal term used to describe the long-term sequelae following SARS-CoV-2 infection. Sufferers are typically burdened with a range of symptoms still affecting their lives several weeks after the acute infection. Such symptoms may affect a wide range of body systems, including respiratory, gastrointestinal, neurological and/or musculoskeletal. And while government data indicates that as many as 2 million people in the UK may have been affected (in the period up until June 2021), the condition remains poorly understood, and therefore hard to manage.

This webinar discusses some of the key nutritional aspects to consider when supporting clients suffering from Long COVID. We’ll look at the types of underlying biological imbalances that are being discussed in the literature and we’ll include ideas for useful laboratory testing. We will then explore nutritional interventions, focusing on the use of nutriceutical supplements that may add real efficacy to baseline recommendations for a healthy diet.

As always, there will a 30 minutes Q & A session after the one-hour lunchtime webinar, where you can get involved, ask questions and//or share experiences.

This free event is organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd and attendees can claim one hour of CPD. To register, you need to be a healthcare practitioner or student: go to www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk – visit the trade section and go to webinars. Attendees will be given a CPD certificate, the full slide deck and a recording of the webinar.

 


Nutrition & Longevity: Free in-person seminar for health practitioners

Thursday, 18th November 2021 12:30 pm

Researchers agree that nutrition plays a significant role in longevity, life span and quality of life – and the evidence continues to build. 

Pharma Nord, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of vitamins and health supplements, is offering a new rolling programme of FREE 2-hour in-person seminars for healthcare practitioners. I'm excited to be facilitating these seminars at various locations in London and the South East almost every week during this Autumn. On 18 November, I'll be presenting the seminar on Nutrition & Longevity in Central London. 

Each session begins with 30 minutes for registration, refreshments and some much-missed real-life interaction with colleagues. And you have two times of day to choose from:
 
12.30pm – 3pm, or
 
6.30 – 9pm
 
You'll be sent a copy of the slides after the event, as well as a goody bag and your CPD certificate.
 
For more details of all the available CPD events and to book your free place:
 
Call 01670 534905
 

Nutrition & Longevity: Free in-person seminar for health practitioners

Thursday, 11th November 2021 12:30 pm

Researchers agree that nutrition plays a significant role in longevity, life span and quality of life – and the evidence continues to build. 

Pharma Nord, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of vitamins and health supplements, is offering a new rolling programme of FREE 2-hour in-person seminars for healthcare practitioners. I'm excited to be facilitating these seminars at various locations in London and the South East almost every week during this Autumn. On 11 November, I'll be presenting the seminar on Nutrition & Longevity in Greenwich. 

Each session begins with 30 minutes for registration, refreshments and some much-missed real-life interaction with colleagues. And you have two times of day to choose from:
 
12.30pm – 3pm, or
 
6.30 – 9pm
 
You'll be sent a copy of the slides after the event, as well as a goody bag and your CPD certificate.
 
For more details of all the available CPD events and to book your free place:
 
Call 01670 534905
 

Nutrition & Longevity: Free in-person seminar for health practitioners

Thursday, 4th November 2021 12:30 pm

Researchers agree that nutrition plays a significant role in longevity, life span and quality of life – and the evidence continues to build. 

Pharma Nord, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of vitamins and health supplements, is offering a new rolling programme of FREE 2-hour in-person seminars for healthcare practitioners. I'm excited to be facilitating these seminars at various locations in London and the South East almost every week during this Autumn. On 4 November, I'll be presenting the seminar on Nutrition & Longevity in Brighton. 

Each session begins with 30 minutes for registration, refreshments and some much-missed real-life interaction with colleagues. And you have two times of day to choose from:
 
12.30pm – 3pm, or
 
6.30 – 9pm
 
You'll be sent a copy of the slides after the event, as well as a goody bag and your CPD certificate.
 
For more details of all the available CPD events and to book your free place:
 
Call 01670 534905
 

Menopause and peri-menopause: 6-week online course

Monday, 1st November 2021 7:00 pm



In recognition of Menopause Awareness Month, I'm excited to be teaming up with 3 colleagues to bring you 'MY MENOPAUSE COMPANION'. 



6 week live programme, designed for peri-menopausal and menopausal individuals of any age, empowering you to manage your menopause.

 

Programme dates: Monday 1st November 2021 – Monday 6th December 2021 from 7pm-8pm

You'll get expert independent advice, interpretation of cutting edge research and practical tips for improving your life.

Booking is via Eventbrite at this link:  

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/my-menopause-companion-a-six-week-online-programme-tickets-182731253097

Launch Price – £69.00 (Only 50 places available)

Here’s what we’ll be covering each week:

Week 1: The Big Picture (Monday 1st November 2021)






• Who we are: your four MMC experts and why we are well-placed to help you

• A journey through the body and mind – what happens during perimenopause and menopause

• Menopause myth busting!

• Live Q&A session

Week 2: Strong bones and gliding joints (Monday 8th November 2021)

• How to support your musculoskeletal system in mid-life to remain active and pain-free

• We will focus on nutritional interventions and also include a practical movement session

• Live Q&A session

Week 3: Weight and shape (Monday 15th November 2021)

• How to use nutrition and exercise to maintain a healthy weight and shape in your 40s, 50s and beyond

• We’ll be including a live cooking lesson and a short exercise session

• Live Q & A session

Week 4: Mind, memory & mood (Monday 22nd November 2021)

• How and why fluctuating hormones affect our brain function in mid-life, and some key nutritional steps to keeping your mood, memory and mind in good order

• Why sleep matters and how to improve it

• Live Q & A session

• The session will finish with a mindful breathing practice to calm and clear the mind.

Week 5: Below the belt (Monday 29th November 2021)

• A summary of common genito-urinary symptoms of the menopause and the medical options available to help

• A run-down of often-neglected nutrients that are crucial for vaginal and bladder health

• How to support your gut microflora to help prevent urinary tract infections

• We’ll also include a teach-in on the correct way to exercise the pelvic floor.

• Live Q & A session

Week 6: Hot and bothered (Monday 6th December 2021)

• Why we get hot flushes and night sweats, including common triggers to watch out for

• Medical, nutritional and lifestyle tips on keeping your cool

• We’ll be devoting extra time to the live Q&A session to give you the opportunity to post all your important questions, on anything we’ve discussed over the six-week course.

The programme is limited to 50 people attending

Note: If you are not able to attend the live session a recording will be available for 48 hours after the live event.

Once you join the course, you’ll become an exclusive Menopause Companion, giving you automatic membership to our closed Facebook group where you can share your experiences, ask questions, and be part of our ongoing conversation on how to get the most out of this important stage of life.

My Menopause Companion is founded and hosted by:

Kate McCarthy gynaecologist and menopause specialist. Kate runs a local menopause service in SE London

Ellie Brown fitness and wellbeing coach. Ellie is the founder of Greenwich Wellness, Fitness and Pilates: a unique wellness business built on happiness, trust and compassion. She has been inspiring and supporting people to find their own pace in Greenwich and beyond since 2003.

Lorraine Nicolle MSc award-winning registered nutritionist (mBANT) and educator with 18 years clinical experience in helping people age well.

Zannie Krogh registered nutritionist (mBANT) based in Greenwich. Zannie hosts regular wellbeing and nutrition workshops online and in SE London.

 


 

Nutrition & Longevity: Free in-person seminar for health practitioners

Thursday, 28th October 2021 12:30 pm

Researchers agree that nutrition plays a significant role in longevity, life span and quality of life – and the evidence continues to build. 

Pharma Nord, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of vitamins and health supplements, is offering a new rolling programme of FREE 2-hour in-person seminars for healthcare practitioners. I'm excited to be facilitating these seminars at various locations in London and the South East almost every week during this Autumn. On 28 October, I'll be presenting the seminar on Nutrition & Longevity in Kingston-Upon-Thames. 

Each session begins with 30 minutes for registration, refreshments and some much-missed real-life interaction with colleagues. And you have two times of day to choose from:
 
12.30pm – 3pm, or
 
6.30 – 9pm
 
You'll be sent a copy of the slides after the event, as well as a goody bag and your CPD certificate.
 
For more details of all the available CPD events and to book your free place:
 
Call 01670 534905
 

Ten Crucial Nutrients for Bone Health

Saturday, 16th October 2021 12:30 pm

I'm thrilled to be speaking at the The League of Complementary Medicine Conference  in Turkey this Saturday 16 October. The theme of the event is Bone Health in Complementary Medicine.

For more info, see the website to the event: https://www.tamamlayicitipligi.com/


Nutrition & Longevity: Free in-person seminar for health practitioners

Thursday, 14th October 2021 12:30 pm

Researchers agree that nutrition plays a significant role in longevity, life span and quality of life – and the evidence continues to build. 

Pharma Nord, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of vitamins and health supplements, is offering a new rolling programme of FREE 2-hour in-person seminars for healthcare practitioners. I'm excited to be facilitating these seminars at various locations in London and the South East almost every week during this Autumn. On 14 October, I'll be presenting the seminar on Nutrition & Longevity in Wimbledon. 

Each session begins with 30 minutes for registration, refreshments and some much-missed real-life interaction with colleagues. And you have two times of day to choose from:
 
12.30pm – 3pm, or
 
6.30 – 9pm
 
You'll be sent a copy of the slides after the event, as well as a goody bag and your CPD certificate.
 
For more details of all the available CPD events and to book your free place:
 
Call 01670 534905
 

Nutrition & Longevity: Free in-person seminar for health practitioners

Thursday, 7th October 2021 12:30 pm

Researchers agree that nutrition plays a significant role in longevity, life span and quality of life – and the evidence continues to build. 

Pharma Nord, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of vitamins and health supplements, is offering a new rolling programme of FREE 2-hour in-person seminars for healthcare practitioners. I'm excited to be facilitating these seminars at various locations in London and the South East almost every week during this Autumn. On 7 October, I'll be presenting the seminar on Nutrition & Longevity in St Albans. 

Each session begins with 30 minutes for registration, refreshments and some much-missed real-life interaction with colleagues. And you have two times of day to choose from:
 
12.30pm – 3pm, or
 
6.30 – 9pm
 
You'll be sent a copy of the slides after the event, as well as a goody bag and your CPD certificate.
 
For more details of all the available CPD events and to book your free place:
 
Call 01670 534905
 

Nutrition & Longevity: Free in-person seminar for health practitioners

Thursday, 30th September 2021 12:30 pm

Researchers agree that nutrition plays a significant role in longevity, life span and quality of life – and the evidence continues to build. 

Pharma Nord, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of vitamins and health supplements, is offering a new rolling programme of FREE 2-hour in-person seminars for healthcare practitioners. I'm excited to be facilitating these seminars at various locations in London and the South East almost every week during this Autumn. On 30 September, I'll be presenting the seminar on Nutrition & Longevity in Central London. 

Each session begins with 30 minutes for registration, refreshments and some much-missed real-life interaction with colleagues. And you have two times of day to choose from:
 
12.30pm – 3pm, or
 
6.30 – 9pm
 
You'll be sent a copy of the slides after the event, as well as a goody bag and your CPD certificate.
 
For more details of all the available CPD events and to book your free place:
 
Call 01670 534905
 

Nutritional Application of Cinnamon

Tuesday, 28th September 2021 12:00 pm

Cinnamon is one of the most popular spices worldwide, as its sweet taste makes it attractive as a culinary ingredient and as a nutritional supplement.

It’s frequently used to support healthy blood glucose metabolism. But what type of cinnamon is best, what are the mechanisms it uses to exert its effects, what does the evidence say, and how much should be used to get results? Moreover, what should we be looking out for to ensure that the type we recommend to clients is free of toxins?

All these questions and more will be explored in our new one-hour lunchtime webinar on this amazingly versatile spice.

This event is organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd and attendees can claim one hour of CPD. To register, you need to be a healthcare practitioner or student: go to www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk – visit the trade section and go to webinars. The fee is £19.99 and this includes your CPD certificate, the full slide deck and a recording of the webinar.

 


Nutrition & Longevity: Free in-person seminar for health practitioners

Thursday, 23rd September 2021 12:30 pm

Researchers agree that nutrition plays a significant role in longevity, life span and quality of life – and the evidence continues to build. 

Pharma Nord, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of vitamins and health supplements, is offering a new rolling programme of FREE 2-hour in-person seminars for healthcare practitioners. I'm excited to be facilitating these seminars at various locations in London and the South East almost every week during this Autumn. On 23 September, I'll be presenting the seminar on Nutrition & Longevity in Central London. 

Each session begins with 30 minutes for registration, refreshments and some much-missed real-life interaction with colleagues. And you have two times of day to choose from:
 
12.30pm – 3pm, or
 
6.30 – 9pm
 
You'll be sent a copy of the slides after the event, as well as a goody bag and your CPD certificate.
 
For more details of all the available CPD events and to book your free place:
 
Call 01670 534905
 

The truth about magnesium

Tuesday, 29th June 2021 12:00 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 webinar, with Registered Nutritional Therapist Lorraine Nicolle, will discuss these and other issues about this all-important element. And we've added half an hour of extra time to the end of the one hour presentation, in order to give the opportunity to ask questions, so that you can immediately start implementing some of the approaches in your clinical practice.

This event is organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd and attendees can claim one hour of CPD. To register, you need to be a healthcare practitioner or student: go to www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk – visit the trade section and go to webinars. The fee is £19.99 and this includes your CPD certificate, the full slide deck and a recording of the webinar.


Functional Nutrition for Optimising Bone Health - Part 3

Thursday, 24th June 2021 11:00 am

Join Lorraine Nicolle MSc and Benjamin Brown ND for a 45-60 minute webinar on nutrition for supporting bone health. This is the third of 3 webinars about bone health – bone quality and bone density – and this part focuses on the most important nutritional supplement interventions for bone turnover/metabolism.

This webinar is designed for healthcare practitioners and is organised by Pure Encapsulations. It carries 1 hour of CPD. If you would like to attend live, which gives you the option to ask any questions you may have about the topic, please go to www.pure-encapsulations.co.uk and register as a practitioner. Registration on the website also gives you access to the recording and the slides if you are unable to attend live, as well as access to the archived recordings of Parts 1 and 2 of this 3-part webinar series.

So come along and get some inspiration for the people you're seeing who need some help with the health of their bones…  


Nutrition to support healthy blood pressure

Tuesday, 15th June 2021 12:00 pm

Elevated blood pressure, (or hypertension), is a leading cause of heart attacks, strokes, kidney disease and vascular dementia. But even though hypertension affects an estimated one in four adults in the UK, many are unaware until a serious cardiovascular event occurs.
 
This one-hour webinar, with Registered Nutritional Therapist Lorraine Nicolle, will summarise the risk factors for developing high blood pressure, and will discuss what can be done to improve the condition, focusing on diet and lifestyle interventions, as well as key micronutrients and their mechanisms of action. And we've added half an hour's extra time to the end in order to give the opportunity to ask questions, so that you can immediately start implementing some of the approaches in your clinical practice.


This event is organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd and attendees can claim one hour of CPD. To register, you need to be a healthcare practitioner or student: go to www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk – visit the trade section and go to webinars. The fee is £19.99 and this includes your CPD certificate, the full slide deck and a recording of the webinar.

 



Functional Nutrition for Optimising Bone Health - Part 2

Thursday, 27th May 2021 11:00 am

Join Lorraine Nicolle MSc and Benjamin Brown ND for a 45-60 minute webinar on nutrition for supporting bone health. This is the second of 3 webinars about bone health – bone quality and bone density – and this part focuses on the most important nutritional supplement interventions for bone structure.

This webinar is designed for healthcare practitioners and is organised by Pure Encapsulations. It carries 1 hour of CPD. If you would like to attend live, which gives you the option to ask any questions you may have about the topic, please go to www.pure-encapsulations.co.uk and register as a practitioner. Registration on the website also gives you access to the recording and the slides if you are unable to attend live, as well as access to the archived recording of Part 1 of this 3-part webinar series.

So come along and get some inspiration for the people you're seeing who need some help with the health of their bones…  


Optimising bone health Part 1

Thursday, 29th April 2021 11:00 am

Join Lorraine Nicolle MSc and Benjamin Brown ND for a 45-60 minute webinar on nutrition for supporting bone health. This is the first of 3 webinars about bone health – bone quality and bone density – and this first part focuses on the most important diet and lifestyle interventions.

This webinar is designed for healthcare practitioners and is organised by Pure Encapsulations. It carries 1 hour of CPD. If you would like to attend live, which gives you the option to ask any questions you may have about the topic, please go to www.pure-encapsulations.co.uk and register as a practitioner. Registration on the website also gives you access to the recording and the slides if you are unable to attend live.

So come along and get some inspiration for the people you're seeing who need some help with the health of their bones…  


Gingko Biloba

Tuesday, 27th April 2021 12:00 pm

 

One of the most popular plants used in Western healthcare, gingko biloba has a long history of use in supporting healthy blood flow to the brain and body.

In this brand new webinar, Registered Nutritional Therapist Lorraine Nicolle will look at the mechanisms of and evidence for its use in neurological and mental health, as well as in improving cardiovascular health and efficient peripheral circulation.

We've added half an hour of extra time to the end of the one hour presentation, in order to give the opportunity to ask questions, so that you can immediately start implementing some of the approaches in your clinical practice.

This event is organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd and attendees can claim one hour of CPD. To register, you need to be a healthcare practitioner or student: go to www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk – visit the trade section and go to webinars. The fee is £19.99 and this includes your CPD certificate, the full slide deck and a recording of the webinar.


Nutrition for Peripheral Circulation

Tuesday, 20th April 2021 12:00 pm

Supporting the structure and function of arteries, veins and capillaries is crucial for optimising circulation to the upper and lower limbs, thus reducing the risk of easy bruising, water retention and varicose veins, as well as peripheral vascular complications of diabetes.

This new webinar, with Registered Nutritional Therapist Lorraine Nicolle, looks at how a personalised approach to nutrition can provide powerful interventions for patients with issues of peripheral circulation, making a real difference to their current and future state of health and quality of life.

The one-hour presentation will focus on diet, lifestyle and nutritional supplement interventions; and we've added half an hour's extra time to the end in order to give the opportunity to ask questions, so that you can immediately start implementing some of the approaches in your clinical practice.

This event is organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd and attendees can claim one hour of CPD. To register, you need to be a healthcare practitioner or student: go to www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk – visit the trade section and go to webinars. The fee is £19.99 and this includes your CPD certificate, the full slide deck and a recording of the webinar.

 


Functional Nutrition in Cardiovascular Disease

Tuesday, 9th February 2021 10:00 am

Heart attacks and strokes are the biggest killers in the UK today. Hence, as a practitioner you'll no doubt have many clients who present with risk factors or even a history of such previous cardiovascular events. How can we use nutrition to help clients improve their cardiovascular health?

This webinar with Registered Nutritional Therapist Lorraine Nicolle MSc delves into a case of a client with established cardiovascular disease, and shows how diet, lifestyle measures and nutritional supplements were used to significantly improve this individual's health and future prospects.

If you're a nutrition practitioner, you'll find this session not only an interesting insight into the application of nutrition science to a real-world case, but also an opportunity to discuss relevant and related issues with industry colleagues. All while accumulating valuable CPD hours.

This event is organised by the supervision and mentoring group CPD-UK.  To register, you need to be a healthcare practitioner: go to www.CPD-uk.com and click on the link to the event. The fee is £17.99 but there is a 20% discount for members of CPD-UK. 

Looking forward to seeing you there!


Practitioner webinar: nutrition for a healthy immune system

Tuesday, 12th January 2021 12:00 pm

What a year 2020 has been for the human immune system – never before has there been such a focus on the importance of optimising its function. We know that a robust host response can protect us from viral and other microbial infections, clear damaged tissue, and provide constant surveillance of potentially malignant cells.

But the immune system isn’t something that just goes up and down like an elevator. It has many different cogs that work together to ensure that the system is neither underactive (leaving us vulnerable to infections and cancer), nor overactive (causing inflammation, allergic responses and autoimmunity). What we’re striving for in immunity is a good level of tolerance, without losing the ability to spring into action when needed.

This webinar with Registered Nutritional Therapist Lorraine Nicolle MSc gives a brief overview of some key aspects of the immune system that are potentially modifiable via nutritional therapy. The presentation will focus on diet, lifestyle and nutritional supplement interventions that practitioners can work with to support clients who are struggling with frequent infections, inflammation, digestive complaints, autoimmunity and other symptoms of dysregulated immune function.

Although an hour is sufficient to give no more than an overview of some of the key issues, there will be an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the webinar, so that you can immediately start implementing some of the approaches in your clinical practice

This event is organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd and attendees can claim one hour of CPD. To register, you need to be a healthcare practitioner: go to www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk – visit the trade section and go to webinars. The fee is £19.99 and this includes your CPD certificate, the full slide deck and recording of the webinar.


Practitioner webinar on L-theanine

Tuesday, 1st December 2020 12:00 pm

L-theanine is an amino acid. But it’s unusual because we don’t get much of it in our diet.  Nor is it used to make proteins in the body.

Nevertheless, L-theanine is a truly remarkable nutrient, capable of supporting many aspects of human health and performance, in very powerful ways.

In our upcoming webinar, Registered Nutritional Therapist Lorraine Nicolle MSc will be exploring how practitioners can use L-theanine in targeted ways to improve the functioning of mind and body processes, having a real impact on clients’ feelings of health and wellbeing.

The webinar will cover L theanine’s mechanisms of actions in human cells, the types of health symptoms and biological imbalances it can be used for, how to dose it for efficacy and how to optimize its absorption. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the webinar, so that you can immediately start implementing the information into your clinical practice.

This event is organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd and attendees can claim one hour of CPD. To register, you need to be a healthcare practitioner: go to www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk – visit the trade section and go to webinars. The fee is £19.99 and this includes your CPD certificate, the full slide deck and recording of the webinar.


Nutritional Support for Mental Health

Tuesday, 17th November 2020 12:00 pm

Poor cognition, failing memory, anxiety, addictions, low mood, an inability to deal with the stressors of daily life: How many times do issues such as these surface during case history taking with clients? What can practitioners do to help them? And what about the clients who are concerned with a family history of serious neurodegenerative diseases?  What nutritional measures, if any, many reduce their individual risk?

Mental health problems form a sizeable chunk of the disease burden worldwide and are one of the main causes of disability and chronic physical illnesses like cardiovascular disease. Population surveys in the UK estimate that one in six people experience a common mental health problem in a typical week, with mixed anxiety and depression being the most common.

Join us for a practitioner webinar with Registered Nutritional Therapist Lorraine Nicolle MSc, looking at how biological systems as diverse as gastrointestinal function, immune system function, hormonal control, methylation and others can significantly impact the brain, affecting mood, memory and related symptoms.

The bulk of our hour together will be spent reviewing diet, lifestyle and nutritional supplement interventions that, when targeted to meet the personalized needs of the individual client, can make a huge difference to mental health outcomes.  There will also be an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the webinar, so that you can immediately start implementing some of the approaches in your clinical practice.

This event is organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd and attendees can claim one hour of CPD. To register, you need to be a healthcare practitioner: go to www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk – visit the trade section and go to webinars. The fee is £19.99 and this includes your CPD certificate, the full slide deck and recording of the webinar.


Events during COVID-19

Sunday, 30th August 2020 12:19 pm

Because of the need for physical distancing, we're taking a break from the seminars and workshops we've been delivering over the last 17 years. We have so enjoyed bringing these events to you and we are looking forward to being back with more, as soon as it is safe and sensible to bring people together again.

In the meantime, you can keep learning by accessing our books about personalised nutrition here: https://www.lorrainenicollenutrition.co.uk/books-nutrition.php. The most recent is a collection of real-world case studies  by 9 highly experienced practitioners of personalised nutrition and Functional Medicine. The book has been described as '...invaluable for refreshing and solidifying knowledge, initiating new thinking, and motivating and inspiring for future practice' (Institute of Optimum Nutrition Magazine, April 2020).

Looking forward to seeing you again soon…


Making the Most of our Genetic Inheritances

Wednesday, 25th March 2020 9:30 am

Is it useful to run laboratory tests to identify genetic variances? In this era of Personalised Healthcare, This is a question that practitioners increasingly find themselves being asked by their patients.

In this full day seminar, we explore the benefits and limitations of gathering genetic data. We look at how genetic information may enhance insight to a patient’s case when it is interpreted alongside specific functional results and case history information. It’s this important ‘phenotypic’ information that  helps to determine whether the genetic variants could be having any effect on the patient’s health.

As always, the seminar will allow for plenty of interaction throughout To make it clinically useful. We’ll be discussing examples of typical groups of genetic variants that can be tested and we’ll illustrate how practitioners can use nutritional interventions that may enable the patient to reduce the long-term risks of the genetic variants s/he has inherited.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at a central location in Brighton and costs £44.95. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 product voucher and a product sample. 

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


Making the Most of our Genetic Inheritances

Tuesday, 10th March 2020 9:30 am

Is it useful to run laboratory tests to identify genetic variances? In this era of Personalised Healthcare, This is a question that practitioners increasingly find themselves being asked by their patients.

In this full day seminar, we explore the benefits and limitations of gathering genetic data. We look at how genetic information may enhance insight to a patient’s case when it is interpreted alongside specific functional results and case history information. It’s this important ‘phenotypic’ information that  helps to determine whether the genetic variants could be having any effect on the patient’s health.

As always, the seminar will allow for plenty of interaction throughout To make it clinically useful. We’ll be discussing examples of typical groups of genetic variants that can be tested and we’ll illustrate how practitioners can use nutritional interventions that may enable the patient to reduce the long-term risks of the genetic variants s/he has inherited.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at a central location in Tunbridge Wells and costs £44.95. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 product voucher and a product sample. 

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


Making the Most of our Genetic Inheritances

Thursday, 5th March 2020 9:30 am

Is it useful to run laboratory tests to identify genetic variances? In this era of Personalised Healthcare, This is a question that practitioners increasingly find themselves being asked by their patients.

In this full day seminar, we explore the benefits and limitations of gathering genetic data. We look at how genetic information may enhance insight to a patient’s case when it is interpreted alongside specific functional results and case history information. It’s this important ‘phenotypic’ information that  helps to determine whether the genetic variants could be having any effect on the patient’s health.

As always, the seminar will allow for plenty of interaction throughout To make it clinically useful. We’ll be discussing examples of typical groups of genetic variants that can be tested and we’ll illustrate how practitioners can use nutritional interventions that may enable the patient to reduce the long-term risks of the genetic variants s/he has inherited.

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


Making the Most of our Genetic Inheritances

Tuesday, 25th February 2020 9:30 am

Is it useful to run laboratory tests to identify genetic variances? In this era of Personalised Healthcare, This is a question that practitioners increasingly find themselves being asked by their patients.

In this full day seminar, we explore the benefits and limitations of gathering genetic data. We look at how genetic information may enhance insight to a patient’s case when it is interpreted alongside specific functional results and case history information. It’s this important ‘phenotypic’ information that  helps to determine whether the genetic variants could be having any effect on the patient’s health.

As always, the seminar will allow for plenty of interaction throughout To make it clinically useful. We’ll be discussing examples of typical groups of genetic variants that can be tested and we’ll illustrate how practitioners can use nutritional interventions that may enable the patient to reduce the long-term risks of the genetic variants s/he has inherited.

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


Making the Most of our Genetic Inheritances

Wednesday, 12th February 2020 9:30 am

Is it useful to run laboratory tests to identify genetic variances? In this era of Personalised Healthcare, This is a question that practitioners increasingly find themselves being asked by their patients.



In this full day seminar, we explore the benefits and limitations of gathering genetic data. We look at how genetic information may enhance insight to a patient’s case when it is interpreted alongside specific functional results and case history information. It’s this important ‘phenotypic’ information that  helps to determine whether the genetic variants could be having any effect on the patient’s health.



As always, the seminar will allow for plenty of interaction throughout To make it clinically useful. We’ll be discussing examples of typical groups of genetic variants that can be tested and we’ll illustrate how practitioners can use nutritional interventions that may enable the patient to reduce the long-term risks of the genetic variants s/he has inherited.

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


Making the Most of our Genetic Inheritances

Wednesday, 15th January 2020 9:30 am

Is it useful to run laboratory tests to identify genetic variances? In this era of Personalised Healthcare, This is a question that practitioners increasingly find themselves being asked by their patients.



In this full day seminar, we explore the benefits and limitations of gathering genetic data. We look at how genetic information may enhance insight to a patient’s case when it is interpreted alongside specific functional results and case history information. It’s this important ‘phenotypic’ information that  helps to determine whether the genetic variants could be having any effect on the patient’s health.



As always, the seminar will allow for plenty of interaction throughout To make it clinically useful. We’ll be discussing examples of typical groups of genetic variants that can be tested and we’ll illustrate how practitioners can use nutritional interventions that may enable the patient to reduce the long-term risks of the genetic variants s/he has inherited.

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


Improving Gut Health Naturally

Wednesday, 3rd July 2019 9:30 am

When a client comes to you with gastro-intestinal (GI) problems, where do you start?  Do you suggest they eat more fibre, or less fibre? That they broaden their diet to eat more plants, or that they try some sort of elimination or restrictive meal plan? Do you prescribe probiotics, or antimicrobials?  Do they need supplements to heal the gut, or to normalize motility? And what type, what dose? For how long?

Nowadays, there is no shortage of advice in the media on how to have a happy gut. But much of this is seemingly contradictory, leaving clients feeling confused about how best to improve their symptoms. They’ve often tried various different diets and supplements without success.

In this full day seminar we’ll be taking a look at the current evidence for how to optimize gut health. We’ll discuss what’s said in published papers and in clinical practice. We’ll be exploring logical approaches to good gut health, starting with how to gain a better understanding of what’s going wrong in the client’s digestive system, and then how best to intervene.

So, this seminar will be invaluable to any healthcare practitioner who sees clients with gastro-intestinal issues, whether they be medical disorders or functional conditions like IBS. We’ll also be looking at the links between gut health and systemic health; and how and how improving GI function may help clients with chronic, inflammatory and/or toxicity symptoms elsewhere in the body, as well as with mood and cognitive function.

As always, there will plenty of interaction, ensuring that everyone attending feels they have gained benefits for their own clinical practice.

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


Improving Gut Health Naturally

Tuesday, 18th June 2019 9:30 am

When a client comes to you with gastro-intestinal (GI) problems, where do you start?  Do you suggest they eat more fibre, or less fibre? That they broaden their diet to eat more plants, or that they try some sort of elimination or restrictive meal plan? Do you prescribe probiotics, or antimicrobials?  Do they need supplements to heal the gut, or to normalize motility? And what type, what dose? For how long?

Nowadays, there is no shortage of advice in the media on how to have a happy gut. But much of this is seemingly contradictory, leaving clients feeling confused about how best to improve their symptoms. They’ve often tried various different diets and supplements without success.

In this full day seminar we’ll be taking a look at the current evidence for how to optimize gut health. We’ll discuss what’s said in published papers and in clinical practice. We’ll be exploring logical approaches to good gut health, starting with how to gain a better understanding of what’s going wrong in the client’s digestive system, and then how best to intervene.

So, this seminar will be invaluable to any healthcare practitioner who sees clients with gastro-intestinal issues, whether they be medical disorders or functional conditions like IBS. We’ll also be looking at the links between gut health and systemic health; and how and how improving GI function may help clients with chronic, inflammatory and/or toxicity symptoms elsewhere in the body, as well as with mood and cognitive function.

As always, there will plenty of interaction, ensuring that everyone attending feels they have gained benefits for their own clinical practice.

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


Improving Gut Health Naturally

Wednesday, 12th June 2019 9:30 am

When a client comes to you with gastro-intestinal (GI) problems, where do you start?  Do you suggest they eat more fibre, or less fibre? That they broaden their diet to eat more plants, or that they try some sort of elimination or restrictive meal plan? Do you prescribe probiotics, or antimicrobials?  Do they need supplements to heal the gut, or to normalize motility? And what type, what dose? For how long?

Nowadays, there is no shortage of advice in the media on how to have a happy gut. But much of this is seemingly contradictory, leaving clients feeling confused about how best to improve their symptoms. They’ve often tried various different diets and supplements without success.

In this full day seminar we’ll be taking a look at the current evidence for how to optimize gut health. We’ll discuss what’s said in published papers and in clinical practice. We’ll be exploring logical approaches to good gut health, starting with how to gain a better understanding of what’s going wrong in the client’s digestive system, and then how best to intervene.

So, this seminar will be invaluable to any healthcare practitioner who sees clients with gastro-intestinal issues, whether they be medical disorders or functional conditions like IBS. We’ll also be looking at the links between gut health and systemic health; and how and how improving GI function may help clients with chronic, inflammatory and/or toxicity symptoms elsewhere in the body, as well as with mood and cognitive function.

As always, there will plenty of interaction, ensuring that everyone attending feels they have gained benefits for their own clinical practice.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at a central location in Brighton and costs £44.95. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 product voucher and a product sample. 

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

 


Improving Gut Health Naturally

Wednesday, 5th June 2019 9:30 am

When a client comes to you with gastro-intestinal (GI) problems, where do you start?  Do you suggest they eat more fibre, or less fibre? That they broaden their diet to eat more plants, or that they try some sort of elimination or restrictive meal plan? Do you prescribe probiotics, or antimicrobials?  Do they need supplements to heal the gut, or to normalize motility? And what type, what dose? For how long?

Nowadays, there is no shortage of advice in the media on how to have a happy gut. But much of this is seemingly contradictory, leaving clients feeling confused about how best to improve their symptoms. They’ve often tried various different diets and supplements without success.

In this full day seminar we’ll be taking a look at the current evidence for how to optimize gut health. We’ll discuss what’s said in published papers and in clinical practice. We’ll be exploring logical approaches to good gut health, starting with how to gain a better understanding of what’s going wrong in the client’s digestive system, and then how best to intervene.

So, this seminar will be invaluable to any healthcare practitioner who sees clients with gastro-intestinal issues, whether they be medical disorders or functional conditions like IBS. We’ll also be looking at the links between gut health and systemic health; and how and how improving GI function may help clients with chronic, inflammatory and/or toxicity symptoms elsewhere in the body, as well as with mood and cognitive function.

As always, there will plenty of interaction, ensuring that everyone attending feels they have gained benefits for their own clinical practice.

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


Mitochondrial Support for Health and Vitality: a full day seminar for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 27th March 2019 9:30 am


We may take it for granted that the food we eat will automatically get turned into the energy we need for the myriad biological functions required to keep us healthy.  But a growing body of research is showing that these processes can all too easily go awry unless we take steps to nurture the batteries of our cells, known as the mitochondria. Such research is also revealing more about other roles of the mitochondria that are vital to health, such as controlling the rate of cell suicide, oxidation/free radical load and excessive proliferation.

As we age, these tiny organelles become more vulnerable to 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.


As with all our other seminars, we'll be discussing what's in the scientific literature and exploring how to make this relevant to real world clinical practice.

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


Mitochondrial Support for Health and Vitality: a full day seminar for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 6th March 2019 9:30 am


We may take it for granted that the food we eat will automatically get turned into the energy we need for the myriad biological functions required to keep us healthy.  But a growing body of research is showing that these processes can all too easily go awry unless we take steps to nurture the batteries of our cells, known as the mitochondria. Such research is also revealing more about other roles of the mitochondria that are vital to health, such as controlling the rate of cell suicide, oxidation/free radical load and excessive proliferation.

As we age, these tiny organelles become more vulnerable to 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.


As with all our other seminars, we'll be discussing what's in the scientific literature and exploring how to make this relevant to real world clinical practice.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at a central location in Tunbridge Wells and costs £44.95. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 product voucher and a product sample. 

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


Mitochondrial Support for Health and Vitality: a full day seminar for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 13th February 2019 9:30 am


We may take it for granted that the food we eat will automatically get turned into the energy we need for the myriad biological functions required to keep us healthy.  But a growing body of research is showing that these processes can all too easily go awry unless we take steps to nurture the batteries of our cells, known as the mitochondria. Such research is also revealing more about other roles of the mitochondria that are vital to health, such as controlling the rate of cell suicide, oxidation/free radical load and excessive proliferation.

As we age, these tiny organelles become more vulnerable to 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.


As with all our other seminars, we'll be discussing what's in the scientific literature and exploring how to make this relevant to real world clinical practice.

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


Mitochondrial Support for Health and Vitality: a full day seminar for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 30th January 2019 9:30 am


We may take it for granted that the food we eat will automatically get turned into the energy we need for the myriad biological functions required to keep us healthy.  But a growing body of research is showing that these processes can all too easily go awry unless we take steps to nurture the batteries of our cells, known as the mitochondria. Such research is also revealing more about other roles of the mitochondria that are vital to health, such as controlling the rate of cell suicide, oxidation/free radical load and excessive proliferation.

As we age, these tiny organelles become more vulnerable to 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.


As with all our other seminars, we'll be discussing what's in the scientific literature and exploring how to make this relevant to real world clinical practice.

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


Mitochondrial Support for Health and Vitality: a full day seminar for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 23rd January 2019 9:30 am


We may take it for granted that the food we eat will automatically get turned into the energy we need for the myriad biological functions required to keep us healthy.  But a growing body of research is showing that these processes can all too easily go awry unless we take steps to nurture the batteries of our cells, known as the mitochondria. Such research is also revealing more about other roles of the mitochondria that are vital to health, such as controlling the rate of cell suicide, oxidation/free radical load and excessive proliferation.

As we age, these tiny organelles become more vulnerable to 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.


As with all our other seminars, we'll be discussing what's in the scientific literature and exploring how to make this relevant to real world clinical practice.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at a central location in Brighton and costs £44.95. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 product voucher and a product sample. 

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


Mitochondrial Support for Health and Vitality: a full day seminar for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 15th January 2019 9:30 am


We may take it for granted that the food we eat will automatically get turned into the energy we need for the myriad biological functions required to keep us healthy.  But a growing body of research is showing that these processes can all too easily go awry unless we take steps to nurture the batteries of our cells, known as the mitochondria. Such research is also revealing more about other roles of the mitochondria that are vital to health, such as controlling the rate of cell suicide, oxidation/free radical load and excessive proliferation.

As we age, these tiny organelles become more vulnerable to 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.


As with all our other seminars, we'll be discussing what's in the scientific literature and exploring how to make this relevant to real world clinical practice.

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


Nutrition for Vascular Health - full day event for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 21st November 2018 9:30 am

Optimising the structure and function of arteries, veins and capillaries is crucial to a healthy mind and body throughout the lifespan. Many common problems are due to poor blood vessel health, from easy bruising, water retention and varicose veins, to more serious and even life-threatening conditions like hypertension, atherosclerosis and vascular complications of diabetes.
 
This full-day seminar looks at how a personalised approach to nutrition can provide powerful interventions for patients with vascular issues, making a real difference to their current and future state of health and quality of life. 
 
As with all our other seminars, we'll be discussing what's in the scientific literature and exploring how to make this relevant to real world clinical practice.

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


Nutrition for Vascular Health - full day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 6th November 2018 9:30 am

Optimising the structure and function of arteries, veins and capillaries is crucial to a healthy mind and body throughout the lifespan. Many common problems are due to poor blood vessel health, from easy bruising, water retention and varicose veins, to more serious and even life-threatening conditions like hypertension, atherosclerosis and vascular complications of diabetes.
 
This full-day seminar looks at how a personalised approach to nutrition can provide powerful interventions for patients with vascular issues, making a real difference to their current and future state of health and quality of life. 
 
As with all our other seminars, we'll be discussing what's in the scientific literature and exploring how to make this relevant to real world clinical practice.

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


Wellbeing: Day Conference

Saturday, 20th October 2018 9:30 am

This information- and activity-packed day will provide education and guidance on how to make the right nutrition and lifestyle choices to optimise your physical health and mental wellbeing, leading to healthier ageing.  For more information and booking go to: https://www.wellbeingconference.one/. 

 

 It will outline how your mindset can shape your health, as well as introduce you to some ideas on how to exercise in the way that is most effective for you, depending on your individual needs.  It will look at support for age-related hormonal changes and  will introduce you to some key predictive biomarkers for health and disease – to evaluate functional age and identify opportunities for reducing your risk of the health problems that you are most concerned may affect you in the future.

Practical sessions will include yoga, pilates and meditation practice. The day will introduce you to the way that a truly integrative and personalised healthcare approach can be so powerful in optimising health at any age and stage of life. This approach is a departure from conventional medicine (‘pop a pill for an ill’) in that it strives to identify and address the root causes of an individual's ill health, rather than suppressing and managing the symptoms. This type of personalised, predictive health approach is believed by many to be the future of medicine and we want to give you the opportunity to experience it right now.

 

The sessions will be delivered by a multi-disciplinary team, comprising a consultant physician, nutritional experts, a clinical psychologist, a physiotherapist and yoga and pilates expert trainers – all incredibly passionate about restoring health and wellbeing. Lorraine Nicolle will be delivering the nutrition seminar of the day.

This exciting educational and networking festival event is designed for you if you are keen to support and optimise your health and re-balance your life by learning simple, yet powerful, approaches – whether or not you have worrying un-diagnosed symptoms, a well-established illness or are feeling healthy but want to remain at your best as you go through the next stages of your life.

 

Throughout the day green smoothies /nutritional drinks and a nutrient-dense, colour-rich vegan, 'paleo' and vegetarian buffet lunch will be provided. You will have an opportunity to have a health check, consisting of body mass index, waist-to-hip ratio, blood pressure, eye testing, body fat and glucose/cholesterol measurements.

 

A fantastic range of exhibitors will be showcasing their unique products and health supplements. You will have time to network and purchase any items that interest you on the day.

 

The dress code is casual, and for those attending classes, we recommend you arrive with your gym attire. You are encouraged to bring your own yoga mat.

 

The exciting day event will take place on the world famous Abbey Road, literally a stone-throw away from where the Beatles recorded all their music – EMI Recording Studios.

The conference is limited to a set number of attendees and is expected to sell out quickly, on first-come-first-served basis. We  therefore recommend booking as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. 

 

For more information and booking go to: https://www.wellbeingconference.one/.  Book now to get the 'early bird' rate!

 

We look forward to seeing you at the must-attend, unique community-reaching health event of the year!


Nutrition for Vascular Health - full day event for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 10th October 2018 9:30 am

Optimising the structure and function of arteries, veins and capillaries is crucial to a healthy mind and body throughout the lifespan. Many common problems are due to poor blood vessel health, from easy bruising, water retention and varicose veins, to more serious and even life-threatening conditions like hypertension, atherosclerosis and vascular complications of diabetes.
 
This full-day seminar looks at how a personalised approach to nutrition can provide powerful interventions for patients with vascular issues, making a real difference to their current and future state of health and quality of life. 
 
As with all our other seminars, we'll be discussing what's in the scientific literature and exploring how to make this relevant to real world clinical practice.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at a venue in the heart of Royal Tunbridge Wells and costs £44.95. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 product 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 Vascular Health - full day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 2nd October 2018 9:30 am

Optimising the structure and function of arteries, veins and capillaries is crucial to a healthy mind and body throughout the lifespan. Many common problems are due to poor blood vessel health, from easy bruising, water retention and varicose veins, to more serious and even life-threatening conditions like hypertension, atherosclerosis and vascular complications of diabetes.
 
This full-day seminar looks at how a personalised approach to nutrition can provide powerful interventions for patients with vascular issues, making a real difference to their current and future state of health and quality of life. 
 
As with all our other seminars, we'll be discussing what's in the scientific literature and exploring how to make this relevant to real world clinical practice.

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


Nutrition for Vascular Health - full day event for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 26th September 2018 9:30 am

Optimising the structure and function of arteries, veins and capillaries is crucial to a healthy mind and body throughout the lifespan. Many common problems are due to poor blood vessel health, from easy bruising, water retention and varicose veins, to more serious and even life-threatening conditions like hypertension, atherosclerosis and vascular complications of diabetes.
 
This full-day seminar looks at how a personalised approach to nutrition can provide powerful interventions for patients with vascular issues, making a real difference to their current and future state of health and quality of life. 
 
As with all our other seminars, we'll be discussing what's in the scientific literature and exploring how to make this relevant to real world clinical practice.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at a central location in Brighton and costs £44.95. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 product 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 Vascular Health - full day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 18th September 2018 9:30 am

Optimising the structure and function of arteries, veins and capillaries is crucial to a healthy mind and body throughout the lifespan. Many common problems are due to poor blood vessel health, from easy bruising, water retention and varicose veins, to more serious and even life-threatening conditions like hypertension, atherosclerosis and vascular complications of diabetes.
 
This full-day seminar looks at how a personalised approach to nutrition can provide powerful interventions for patients with vascular issues, making a real difference to their current and future state of health and quality of life. 
 
As with all our other seminars, we'll be discussing what's in the scientific literature and exploring how to make this relevant to real world clinical practice.

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


Nutritional Support for Sleep: Q & A session

Thursday, 19th July 2018 6:00 pm

This is a free, 2-hour live Q & A session for healthcare practitioners who attend the sleep seminars during May, June and July this year. Between 6pm and 8pm I'll be working with my colleague Shoela Detsios to answer any outstanding questions following the seminars. If you're attending a seminar, you'll get details there of how to join the discussion on 19 July; or you can contact Lamberts Healthcare on 01892 554358 for more details on how to join the Lamberts Practitioner Linked-In Group.  


Nutritional Support for Sleep: a full day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 3rd July 2018 9:30 am

The topic of this season’s seminar is sleep – something that could be the single most important influence on the health of both brain and body.

There is strong evidence for its phenomenal power in supporting emotional stability, learning, memory, creativity, immune function, blood glucose control, appetite and body weight, blood pressure and even a balanced gut microbiome. Not surprisingly, then, getting enough sleep is crucial in helping us to age well and ward off chronic illnesses.

But if sleep is so important, why are so many of us failing to get enough? Why are half of us only managing 6 hours a night or less? How has the problem become so significant that The World Health Organisation has felt is necessary to declare a, ‘sleep loss epidemic’ throughout industrialized nations?

These and many other questions will be explored in this new full-day seminar for healthcare practitioners. We’ll be looking at what happens during sleep, why we need it and the many documented health effects of poor sleep. We’ll then be looking at the most common barriers to getting a good night’s sleep and we’ll be using a personalised approach to nutrition and lifestyle to find ways to help individuals with a variety of sleep problems.

As always, the event will be information-rich but also very interactive, helping all attendees to deepen and broaden their knowledge 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 £44.95. 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.


Nutritional Support for Sleep: a full day event for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 27th June 2018 9:30 am

The topic of this season’s seminar is sleep – something that could be the single most important influence on the health of both brain and body.

There is strong evidence for its phenomenal power in supporting emotional stability, learning, memory, creativity, immune function, blood glucose control, appetite and body weight, blood pressure and even a balanced gut microbiome. Not surprisingly, then, getting enough sleep is crucial in helping us to age well and ward off chronic illnesses.

But if sleep is so important, why are so many of us failing to get enough? Why are half of us only managing 6 hours a night or less? How has the problem become so significant that The World Health Organisation has felt is necessary to declare a, ‘sleep loss epidemic’ throughout industrialized nations?

These and many other questions will be explored in this new full-day seminar for healthcare practitioners. We’ll be looking at what happens during sleep, why we need it and the many documented health effects of poor sleep. We’ll then be looking at the most common barriers to getting a good night’s sleep and we’ll be using a personalised approach to nutrition and lifestyle to find ways to help individuals with a variety of sleep problems.

As always, the event will be information-rich but also very interactive, helping all attendees to deepen and broaden their knowledge 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 £44.95. 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.


Nutritional Support for Sleep: a full day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 19th June 2018 9:30 am

The topic of this season’s seminar is sleep – something that could be the single most important influence on the health of both brain and body.

There is strong evidence for its phenomenal power in supporting emotional stability, learning, memory, creativity, immune function, blood glucose control, appetite and body weight, blood pressure and even a balanced gut microbiome. Not surprisingly, then, getting enough sleep is crucial in helping us to age well and ward off chronic illnesses.

But if sleep is so important, why are so many of us failing to get enough? Why are half of us only managing 6 hours a night or less? How has the problem become so significant that The World Health Organisation has felt is necessary to declare a, ‘sleep loss epidemic’ throughout industrialized nations?

These and many other questions will be explored in this new full-day seminar for healthcare practitioners. We’ll be looking at what happens during sleep, why we need it and the many documented health effects of poor sleep. We’ll then be looking at the most common barriers to getting a good night’s sleep and we’ll be using a personalised approach to nutrition and lifestyle to find ways to help individuals with a variety of sleep problems.

As always, the event will be information-rich but also very interactive, helping all attendees to deepen and broaden their knowledge in this important area of health.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at One Warwick Park Hotel, Tunbridge Wells 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.


Nutritional Support for Sleep: a full day event for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 6th June 2018 9:30 am

The topic of this season’s seminar is sleep – something that could be the single most important influence on the health of both brain and body.

There is strong evidence for its phenomenal power in supporting emotional stability, learning, memory, creativity, immune function, blood glucose control, appetite and body weight, blood pressure and even a balanced gut microbiome. Not surprisingly, then, getting enough sleep is crucial in helping us to age well and ward off chronic illnesses.

But if sleep is so important, why are so many of us failing to get enough? Why are half of us only managing 6 hours a night or less? How has the problem become so significant that The World Health Organisation has felt is necessary to declare a, ‘sleep loss epidemic’ throughout industrialized nations?

These and many other questions will be explored in this new full-day seminar for healthcare practitioners. We’ll be looking at what happens during sleep, why we need it and the many documented health effects of poor sleep. We’ll then be looking at the most common barriers to getting a good night’s sleep and we’ll be using a personalised approach to nutrition and lifestyle to find ways to help individuals with a variety of sleep problems.

As always, the event will be information-rich but also very interactive, helping all attendees to deepen and broaden their knowledge 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 £44.95. 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.


Genova Diagnostics Education Day for Practitioners

Friday, 25th May 2018 9:30 am

This educational one-day seminar will offer practitioners the opportunity to gain clinical insight into two of Genova's most comprehensive laboratory tests:

- the GI Effects Comprehensive Stool Profile and

- the nutritional assessment NutrEval®. 

Seminar learning objectives:

- To understand how the GI Effects Profle can assess exocrine pancreatic function and digestion and absorption of proteins and fats.

- How Calprotectin, EPX and Faecal SIgA can provide further information on possible current, active inflammation in the gut.

- An understanding of the role of Short Chain Fatty Acids and their importance to overall gut health

- To gain insight into the microbiome and how the differing technologies of PCR and culture can help provide a more comprehensive bacterial picture of your patient and how it may be modified.

- To understand parasitology infections and how best to address them.

- To Learn about the different nutritional tests that come together to make up the NutrEval

-  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.

The event is sponsored and hosted by Genova Diagnostics Europe and the key speakers are Dr Abbi Lulsegged, BSc MBBS MRCP FRCP & Lorraine Nicolle MSc, Dip.BCNH, mBANT, CNHC

Attendance at this event is by invitation only but if you are a healthcare practitioner and would like to be considered for invitation to future such events, please contact Samuel Hagan at Genova Diagnostics: 020 8336 7750 Ext:7213 shagan@gdx.net


Nutritional Support for Sleep: a full day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 22nd May 2018 9:30 am

The topic of this season’s seminar is sleep – something that could be the single most important influence on the health of both brain and body.

There is strong evidence for its phenomenal power in supporting emotional stability, learning, memory, creativity, immune function, blood glucose control, appetite and body weight, blood pressure and even a balanced gut microbiome. Not surprisingly, then, getting enough sleep is crucial in helping us to age well and ward off chronic illnesses.

But if sleep is so important, why are so many of us failing to get enough? Why are half of us only managing 6 hours a night or less? How has the problem become so significant that The World Health Organisation has felt is necessary to declare a, ‘sleep loss epidemic’ throughout industrialized nations?

These and many other questions will be explored in this new full-day seminar for healthcare practitioners. We’ll be looking at what happens during sleep, why we need it and the many documented health effects of poor sleep. We’ll then be looking at the most common barriers to getting a good night’s sleep and we’ll be using a personalised approach to nutrition and lifestyle to find ways to help individuals with a variety of sleep problems.

As always, the event will be information-rich but also very interactive, helping all attendees to deepen and broaden their knowledge 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 £44.95. 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

Tuesday, 20th March 2018 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.


Musculoskeletal Health Day

Tuesday, 13th March 2018 9:30 am

In an ageing population, within which sedentary lifestyles, processed food diets and obesity are common, it’s hardly surprising that health problems to do with the bones, joints, muscles and associated tissues are on the rise.

There is also a growing awareness that an epidemic of chronic, low-level inflammation may be at the root of debilitating musculoskeletal conditions. And that finding the cause of the inflammation is the only reliable way of helping sufferers to gain long-lasting improvement.

In this full day event, we’ll be looking at the types of physiological imbalances that can contribute to common situations of pain, fatigue and disability in the muscles, joints and bones, including medical conditions such as gout, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, auto-immune arthritis and fibromyalgia.

True to the established approach of our seminars, we’ll be proposing and discussing various different nutritional interventions that are personalised to the needs of the individual, in order to augment your knowledge, and help you bring about the best results for your clients.

Come along and get involved in some of the great discussions taking place at our practitioner seminars!

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.


Nutrition for female hormone balance

Wednesday, 21st February 2018 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.


Weight Loss: a full day event for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 17th January 2018 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.


Personalised Nutrition for Musculoskeletal Health

Tuesday, 28th November 2017 9:30 am

In an ageing population, within which sedentary lifestyles, processed food diets and obesity are common, it’s hardly surprising that health problems to do with the bones, joints, muscles and associated tissues are on the rise.

There is also a growing awareness that an epidemic of chronic, low-level inflammation may be at the root of debilitating musculoskeletal conditions. And that finding the cause of the inflammation is the only reliable way of helping sufferers to gain long-lasting improvement.

In this full day event, we’ll be looking at the types of physiological imbalances that can contribute to common situations of pain, fatigue and disability in the muscles, joints and bones, including medical conditions such as gout, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, auto-immune arthritis and fibromyalgia.

True to the established approach of our seminars, we’ll be proposing and discussing various different nutritional interventions that are personalised to the needs of the individual, in order to augment your knowledge, and help you bring about the best results for your clients.

Come along and get involved in some of the great discussions taking place at our practitioner seminars!

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.


Personalised Nutrition for Musculoskeletal Health

Tuesday, 14th November 2017 9:30 am

In an ageing population, within which sedentary lifestyles, processed food diets and obesity are common, it’s hardly surprising that health problems to do with the bones, joints, muscles and associated tissues are on the rise.

There is also a growing awareness that an epidemic of chronic, low-level inflammation may be at the root of debilitating musculoskeletal conditions. And that finding the cause of the inflammation is the only reliable way of helping sufferers to gain long-lasting improvement.

In this full day event, we’ll be looking at the types of physiological imbalances that can contribute to common situations of pain, fatigue and disability in the muscles, joints and bones, including medical conditions such as gout, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, auto-immune arthritis and fibromyalgia.

True to the established approach of our seminars, we’ll be proposing and discussing various different nutritional interventions that are personalised to the needs of the individual, in order to augment your knowledge, and help you bring about the best results for your clients.

Come along and get involved in some of the great discussions taking place at our practitioner seminars!

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at a conference centre in the heart of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, 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.


Personalised Nutrition for Musculoskeletal Health

Tuesday, 3rd October 2017 9:30 am

In an ageing population, within which sedentary lifestyles, processed food diets and obesity are common, it’s hardly surprising that health problems to do with the bones, joints, muscles and associated tissues are on the rise.

There is also a growing awareness that an epidemic of chronic, low-level inflammation may be at the root of debilitating musculoskeletal conditions. And that finding the cause of the inflammation is the only reliable way of helping sufferers to gain long-lasting improvement.

In this full day event, we’ll be looking at the types of physiological imbalances that can contribute to common situations of pain, fatigue and disability in the muscles, joints and bones, including medical conditions such as gout, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, auto-immune arthritis and fibromyalgia.

True to the established approach of our seminars, we’ll be proposing and discussing various different nutritional interventions that are personalised to the needs of the individual, in order to augment your knowledge, and help you bring about the best results for your clients.

Come along and get involved in some of the great discussions taking place at our practitioner seminars!

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.


Personalised Nutrition for Musculoskeletal Health

Tuesday, 19th September 2017 9:30 am

In an ageing population, within which sedentary lifestyles, processed food diets and obesity are common, it’s hardly surprising that health problems to do with the bones, joints, muscles and associated tissues are on the rise.

There is also a growing awareness that an epidemic of chronic, low-level inflammation may be at the root of debilitating musculoskeletal conditions. And that finding the cause of the inflammation is the only reliable way of helping sufferers to gain long-lasting improvement.

In this full day event, we’ll be looking at the types of physiological imbalances that can contribute to common situations of pain, fatigue and disability in the muscles, joints and bones, including medical conditions such as gout, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, auto-immune arthritis and fibromyalgia.

True to the established approach of our seminars, we’ll be proposing and discussing various different nutritional interventions that are personalised to the needs of the individual, in order to augment your knowledge, and help you bring about the best results for your clients.

Come along and get involved in some of the great discussions taking place at our practitioner seminars!

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

Thursday, 13th July 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 a conference centre in the heart of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, 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, 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.


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