Upcoming Webinars for 2019!
Wednesday 10th April – Allergies 12pm
Join Antony Haynes [BA (Hons), RNT, mBANT, mIFM] as he presents a webinar on “Allergies”. The webinar will focus on how to support immunological tolerance in order to mitigate the immune activity involved in the allergic process. Antony will focus on hayfever and atopy, as well as the increasing incidence of reactions to chemicals and to natural agents in our environment. With the allergy season now underway, this webinar may be at the perfect time to help you help your clients in the most effective way!
Allergies, including hayfever, have been increasing year on year. Reactions to man-made and natural agents in our environment have also been increasing.
There are many natural interventions for managing allergies, without the side effects of antihistamines, steroids or other pharmaceutical treatments.
- Learn the prevalence of allergies and understand why they are increasing.
- Learn the immune system mechanisms that lead to allergy.
- Learn the relevance of Th1 and Th2 and Treg immune responses.
- Learn the relationship between mucosal immunity and allergy.
- Learn how to improve immune and oral tolerance to antigens.
- Learn effective nutritional tools to use to reduce the expression of some common allergies as well reduce the incidence.
Wednesday 15th May – Inflammation & Pain Management 12pm
Join Antony Haynes [BA (Hons), RNT, mBANT, mIFM] as he presents a webinar on “Inflammation & Pain Management”. The webinar will focus on the well-known association between inflammation and many acute and chronic degenerative conditions affecting millions of people across the world, and importantly what to do about it from a nutritional perspective. This includes heart disease, cancer, auto-immune conditions, arthritic & rheumatoid conditions and many more besides. Antony will discuss the major pathways of inflammation and describe how these can be mitigated with targeted nutritional intervention.
- Learn about the first human descriptions of inflammation (in the Western World) from Roman times.
- Learn about the documented link between inflammation and disease.
- Learn about the molecular markers of inflammation.
- Learn about effective strategies and tools to reduce inflammation in chronic health conditions.
- Learn about effective means by which to address acute inflammation, caused by injury or accident.
- Learn about ways to reduce pain in both acute and chronic conditions.
Wednesday 19th June – Thyroid hormone function & its influences 12pm
Join Antony Haynes [BA (Hons), RNT, mBANT, mIFM] as he presents a webinar on “Thyroid hormone function & its influences”. The webinar will focus on an in-depth analysis of the factors that influence thyroid hormone function, and help to explain how blood levels of FT4 and FT3 do not provide the whole story about how a patient’s thyroid hormone is working.
This webinar is NOT discussing how to increase thyroid hormone production and address hypothyroid hormone output, but rather the many other variables that play a role in influencing the cellular response to thyroid hormone function.
Antony will present strategies to correct the negative influences on thyroid hormone function but will NOT be describing how to increase thyroid hormone levels from the thyroid gland itself which has been covered in a webinar in 2018.
- Learn about the incidence of hypothyroidism in the UK / Western world.
- Learn about the blood markers (TSH, FT4, FT3) that are used to provide feedback about thyroid hormone status in the body.
- Learn about the signs and symptoms of thyroid hormone under-functioning.
- Learn about thyroid hormone transporters which are key to thyroid hormone action and function.
- Learn about the importance of deiodinase enzymes which metabolise thyroid hormones.
- Learn about the importance of thyroid hormone receptor coregulators’ profound role in controlling tissue-specific sensitivity to a set amount of thyroid hormone.
- Learn about the major influences on thyroid hormone function including other hormones such as cortisol, the presence of organic pollutants & toxic metals, as well as endogenous cytokines.
Our 2018/2019 Webinars:
|Seminar Date||Seminar Code||Seminar Name||Presenter Name|
|14/02/2018||SEMINAR18-01||Sub-Clinical Hypothyroidism||A Haynes|
|14/03/2018||SEMINAR18-02||Fatty Liver – Case History Reviews||A Haynes|
|18/04/2018||SEMINAR18-03||Multiple Ways to Heal the Gut||A Haynes|
|20/06/2018||SEMINAR18-05||Allergies & Hayfever||A Haynes|
|12/07/2018||SEMINAR18-06||Chronic Fatigue||A Haynes|
|12/09/2018||SEMINAR18-07||Nutritional Support for The Menopause||A Haynes|
|24/10/2018||SEMINAR18-08||Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Crohn’s & Colitis||A Haynes|
|16/01/2019||SEMINAR19-01||Successful Cases||A Haynes|