Nov 22

Gut Health

The Impact on Menopause on Gut-Barrier Dysfunction

Tue 15th November 2022, 06:00pm

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The Impact on Menopause on Gut-Barrier Dysfunction

Led by Charlotte Hunter Registered Nutritional Therapist BA BSc MSc BANT CNHC IFM

As practitioners, the influence of menopause on the gut microbiome is a topic that needs to be addressed in detail in order to resolve our client symptoms.

How does menopause affect epithelial junction proteins and gut barrier dysfunction?

Can epithelial permeability, bacterial translocation and systemic inflammation be implicated in the development of obesity and metabolic syndromes in menopause?


Join our latest webinar led by menopause expert and head of KBMO Diagnostics UK Charlotte Hunter discover the science of testing gut-barrier dysfunction in menopause.



This webinar will be awarded 1.5 CPD points by the NNA, the NTOI and the ANA  in accordance with their guidelines.


Once registered, you will receive three reminder emails – one a week before the webinar, one a day before and one on the day of the webinar. All our webinars are recorded – you will be sent a link to the recording along with all the educational material, presentations, handouts and CPD approximately 24 to 48 hours after the event.


Charlotte Hunter

Registered Nutritional Therapist BA BSc MSc BANT CNHC IFM

Charlotte became a Nutritional Therapist in 2010, gaining a BSc in Nutritional Medicine from the University of West London. She has studied Functional Medicine with the Institute for Functional Medicine and worked in clinical support for a number of laboratories. Alongside her busy practice, she manages a team of nutritional therapists and the KBMO Diagnostics UK office, a company that specialises in multiple pathway food sensitivity testing. Charlotte provides laboratory support, training, and mentoring to other practitioners on a one-to-one basis or as part of her Menopause Mastery Subscription. She also contributes to national magazines and newspapers and has worked as a Nutrition Consultant for A2 Milk. Charlotte’s clinical focus is menopause, with a special interest in premature, surgical, and complex menopause cases. After a total hysterectomy at the age of 44 she was thrown into a sudden menopause. Due to her nutritional knowledge and background, she was able to navigate the menopausal storm. However, most women go through this transition without support or guidance, which can be incredibly confusing and lonely. Charlotte launched a Menopause Nutrition business to give women solutions that are sitting in their kitchens, reducing the twists, turns, and loop-the-loops they face riding into menopause.