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Dec 21

Brain

The Stanton Migraine Protocol®: A Masterclass

Wed 8th December 2021, 06:00pm

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The Stanton Migraine Protocol®

With Dr. Angela Stanton

Wednesday 8th December 6pm GMT | 7pm CET

Over 10 million adults in the UK suffer from migraines, which tend to be chronic and severely debilitating. Pharmaceutical solutions fail to bring lasting relief and do not address the the root cause of the problem. Furthermore, the current mainstream understanding of migraine pathophysiology is incomplete and there is a burning need for effective prevention and treatment strategies.

Join us for a fascinating discussion with Angela Stanton, the founder of The Stanton Migraine Protocol® and learn about

  • The special characteristics of the brain of a migraine sufferer
  • The unique electrolyte needs of migraineurs and the crucial role of sodium-potassium balance in migraine management
  • The role of carbohydrate intolerance, insulin resistance, and reactive hypoglycaemia in migraine pathophysiology
  • Tried and tested dietary strategies for migraine prevention and treatment

£15 EARLY BIRD. FREE FOR OUR MEMBERS. Email [email protected] for more information about our memberships

 

This Masterclass will award 1.5 CPD points by the Naturopathic Nutrition Association In according with its 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.

Speaker

Dr. Angela Stanton

Neuroscientist & Nutritional Migraine Expert

Angela Stanton used her neuroscience background and real life experiences of migraine sufferers, including herself, to developed a new level of comprehension of migraine pathophysiology and to formulate her protocol. Her approach takes into account the fact that migraineurs are genetically and metabolically different from non-migraineurs and it’s their special traits that make them prone to recurrent episodes.