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Date, time: Saturday the 18th of February 2023 10am to 1pm

Event Location: London 

Venue: CNM London, 25 Percy Circus, London WC1X 9EU



This event will cover important details around the clinical application of enzymes in practice. You will learn how to identify when your clients are enzyme depleted, and why this is a significant threat to health and recovery.

You will learn:

• Review the mechanisms of enzymes
• Different types of enzymes and their therapeutic application
• The application of enzymes for common digestive complaints such as food intolerance, SIBO, Candida, IBS, and others
• The application of enzymes in resolving systemic problems such as histamine, MCAS, autoimmunity and other inflammatory syndromes
• The application of enzymes for hormonal health, skin health and fertility
• How to test and assess the right enzymes for your client

Key topics;

Enzymes and Dysbiosis

Foods that trigger digestive, skin or hormonal reactions are frequently met with avoidance or restrictive dietary adjustment, which for some can make their reactivity stronger. The re-introduction phase of restrictive diets can be a stressful time for both client and practitioner. FODMAPs, food sensitivities, histamine, and other triggers can be mitigated and sometimes eliminated with effective enzyme support.

Enzymes and Inflammation

Enzymes can act as potent anti-inflammatories, acting to reduce swelling, clot formation, and dissolving fibrin deposits and microthrombi. These actions can be applied for improving the physical condition of clients with inflammatory, autoimmune, or cardiovascular concerns. In this lecture, you will learn how to use inflammation-focused enzymes for anti-inflammatory effects.

Enzymes and Hormones

What do enzymes have to do with hormones? In a picture of hormonal dysregulation, there are frequently nutrient deficiencies associated with lipids, fatty acids and amino acids which can be better corrected with appropriate enzyme supplementation. In this lecture, you will learn how to identify what kind of enzyme support can facilitate a wider programme for issues related to female hormonal imbalance such as fertility troubles, dysmenorrhea, endometriosis, cysts and fibroids, PMS and menopause.


Leyla El Moudden, is a Naturopath, Herbalist, Clinical Director for Enzymedica and Contributing Editor for Integrative Healthcare & Applied Nutrition (IHCAN) written for practitioners of integrative medicine.

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