CLINICAL TRAINING TRAINING FOR HEALTHCARE PRACTITIONERS In our latest Course, we bring together two holistic dentist who will explore how pathogenic oral bacteria may influence inflammatory pathways. Research highlights several connections between chronic oral dysbiosis and systemic diseases, with inflammation being a common link. From this course you will learn about:
n our latest Course, renowned immunologist and functional medicine doctor Robert Rountree takes a deep dive into the fundamental principles of innate and acquired immunity. He will discuss the pathways that disrupt normal function and explore the use of naturally occurring substances to modulate the immune response and improve overall health.
CLINICAL TRAINING TRAINING FOR HEALTHCARE PRACTITIONERS Adults aged 45-64 are most likely to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes – Controlling blood sugar levels is important for all of us at all stages of our lives, but did you know that it’s particularly important during menopause and primenopause?. 1.5 CPD This Course is presented as […]
Join Dr. Kara Fitzgerald the author of “Younger You” and renowned Functional Medic has a special interest in this area and she explores how we can move our biological age into reverse.
As practitioners, we are always looking at methods to increase absorption of nutrients for our clients. learn about the clinical studies behind Saccharomyces cerevisiae Meyen for nutrient absorption.
Join Michal Wäger, Head of the science team at Biogena to learn about the evidence of using micronutrients in clinical practise and for long COVID-19 its and its therapeutic pitfalls. 1.5 CPD points.
Join Functional Medic and Clinical Professor of Psychiatry Dr Robert Hedaya who has developed Targeted HYLANE technology and learn how his protocol can support brain health as well as the elimination of mental health and brain injury symptoms.
Mushrooms contain potent ingredients that offer anti-inflammatory properties, particularly beta-glucans and triterpenes, among many others. Learn more about using them in clinical practice.