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In a remarkable research Paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine, a group of researchers, led by Dr Gideon Lack have shown that early exposure to a specific allergen, reduces risk of future allergy.[1] The allergen in question is peanut. The Learning Early About Peanut (LEAP) came about because The prevalence of peanut

There is an increasing interest in understanding how the ‘Western diet’ affects immunity. Many people across the globe have adopted this diet, and epidemiological studies have revealed that it correlates with a high incidence of chronic inflammatory disorders, including diabetes, multiple sclerosis and asthma. Nevertheless, because the Western diet includes a large proportion of red

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This seminar was presented two years before Dr O’Bryan organised the on-line event called The Gluten Summit. Dr O’Bryan presents fascinating and compelling information about the prevalence of gluten related health problems, and the distinction between non-coeliac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) and Coeliac Disease.

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Mankind has forever been chasing the secret of eternal life and youthful looks. Whilst that dream may be just that, there is much evidence to support the slowing of the aging process with the appropriate choice of foods. Antony presents information about what kind of food and diet has been shown to support the healthiest aging process, preserving youthful looks for as long as is possible. He also identifies which nutrients in supplement form may contribute to achieving this common goal.

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Learn how Nutritional Therapy can positively influence a range of female hormone related conditions and symptoms. This includes PMS, Fibrocystic Breast Conditions, Irregular Cycles, Oestrogen Dominance, Excess Weight and PCOS.

Antony uses case histories to exemplify the nutritional intervention that could support female hormone balance, and provides scientific references where possible to support the mechanisms that underpin the positive outcomes. Antony discusses nutritional supplements and spotlights iodine and its role in female health.

Board Certified Neurologist Dr Jay Lombard discussed the nutritional influences on neurotransmitter balance. Inhibitory and excitatory neurotransmitters and modulators of these chemical brain messengers and their biochemical pathways were focused on. Practical recommendations about how to assess neurotransmitter status were made, together with a questionnaire for this purpose, as well as specific nutritional interventions to help balance neurotransmitters.

The key learning objectives were to fourfold. Firstly, to understand the relationship between the stress response, signal transduction, neurotransmitter balance, mental function and emotional stability. Secondly, to learn how excitatory and inhibitory biochemical messages facilitate communication between mind and body. Thirdly, to be able to identify excitatory and inhibitory symptom patterns, and fourthly to explore the clinical utility of the excitatory/inhibitory model in supplement selection and protocol development for depression, anxiety, addiction and cognitive decline.

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