Upon completion of the seminar you will receive your CPD Certificate and a £20 voucher to be redeemed against any Pharma Nord products (minimum spend £40 applies, one voucher per transaction, voucher expires 31/12/24).
Optimising Immunity through Nutrition and Lifestyle
How do we promote a balanced immune response? One that is truly effective at fighting infectious diseases, while also intelligent enough to know when to stand down, protecting us from unnecessary inflammation.
In this full day seminar, we’ll dive into the workings of human immunity, and we’ll explore some important interventions for optimising its function. We’ll discuss common immune-related conditions, such as colds and flu, urinary tract infections, allergies and intolerances; and also autoimmune diseases.
Using a combination of diet, lifestyle and nutraceutical interventions, we’ll review some of the most effective, evidence-based ways to support a balanced response to the challenges of both external and internal physical threats.
CPD Value: 4.5 hours (BANT and NNA approved or pending)
Cost: All live events are subject to a £44.95 booking fee. Upon completion of the seminar you will receive your CPD Certificate and a £20 voucher to be redeemed against any Pharma Nord products purchased directly from Pharma Nord UK (minimum order spend of £40.00 applies, one voucher per transaction, voucher expires 31/12/24).
Times: Tea/coffee and Registration begains at 9.30am. The seminar begins at 10.00am and will conclude at 4.00pm. Lunch and refreshments will be provided along with free products.
With a busy clinical practice that’s been going for 19 years, Lorraine also teaches nutrition on undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses; and she enjoys engaging with practitioners through delivering CPD courses and clinical supervision and mentoring sessions. Lorraine has author/edited several nutrition books and is on the editorial board of the Nutritional Medicine Journal. She is passionate about keeping up with the latest research on nutrition and how to apply complex research findings to benefit students, practitioners and patients in the real world.