Loughborough University, Room J104, Edward Herbert Building, Loughborough, Leicestershire LE11 3TU
Linking Nutrition, Genetics and Data.
This conference is for all with an interest in the subjects, personally or professionally. Patients, healthcare professionals and educators from all disciplines are welcome.
It has been arranged by Tracey Witty of www.b12deficiency.info to promote greater awareness and understanding of B12 deficiency and Thyroid disease.
PLEASE NOTE: There are no sponsors nor affiliations to pharmaceutical or vitamin companies at this event. It is NOT FOR PROFIT Your ticket price covers the cost of the day.
The conference features Sally Pachlok RN BSN, Lorraine Cleaver, Umahro Cadogan and Dr Malcolm Kendrick.
The conference seeks to highlight the associations between these two commonly encountered health conditions and explain how nutrigenomics (an exciting new field of study emerging from the research into genetics, methylation and nutrition) may be employed to treat patients according to individual need.
The four speakers are highly knowledgeable, experienced and engaging. They will discuss the multi-systemic and polyglandular nature of the conditions, diagnosis & misdiagnosis, personalised treatment options and appropriate data sources.
The conference offers a greater understanding of both conditions for patients and guaranteed clinical relevance and interest for professionals from a wide variety of healthcare settings.
Time/cost saving treatment approaches will also be discussed.
Q&A time with the speakers is scheduled.
The conference is competitively priced to include lunch, free on-site parking and a post conference webinar.
29 - 30 September 2020
Twickenham Stadium, 200 Whitton Road, Twickenham, UK TW2 7BA
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