Join us on our latest educational tour this Autumn and learn about some groundbreaking insights into health and nutrition. Over the last year we’ve been working hard on researching a new model for exploring the nature of health and disease, incorporating and unifying all the latest perspectives on systems biology, environmental medicine and genetics. Our ‘Adaptive Nutrition’ approach is eclectic, inclusive and offers an extra dimension to your practice whether you work functionally, naturopathically or in any other way. It forms a complete model for practitioner support from theory to practical application, including decision making about personalising nutritional supplement choices. We’re continuing to explore this model with a close look at the gut - one of our most significant adaptive interfaces.
Our biggest interface with our environment is our gut, and, even more interestingly, it hosts a huge biological community with which we have evolved and which plays a critical, co-operative part in facilitating health adaptation. In this seminar we will explore the key roles of digestion, motility, integrity and the microbiome and how they interact with all body systems. Join us for free, high quality education and the opportunity to network with your local colleagues!
This seminar is completely free and with 4 CPD hours (BANT/NNA/NTOI) applied for.