Preventative Medicine and Longevity Summit

£ 80.00

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The 2022 ANP Naturopathic Summit Recordings 

8 lectures with presentation slides

Preventative medicine is the future of healthcare and it is becoming the central focus for proactive practitioners. This year’s summit is not only aimed at giving you the tools to fight chronic disease but also to promote and protect health and wellbeing.

Chronic disease and accelerated cellular ageing go hand in hand but with the right therapeutic and preventative strategies we can expand our lifespan or even turn the clock back. Join us this year and learn how to achieve this for the benefit of your clients, your family, your community, and for your own benefit alike.

Talks included:

Doctor Sarah Myhill:  ‘Longevity Medicine – How to live to 100’.

Life is all about energy! Almost all disease processes involve mitochondria either directly or indirectly and promoting healthy mitochondrial function is key to a long and health life.

The talk discusses:

  • Energy synthesis and free radical output
  • The impact of addictions, micronutrient deficiencies, poor glycaemic control, and toxins on mitochondrial function
  • Specific strategies that promote mitochondrial health and unbound energy till 100 years of age!

Oliver Barnett: The role of ‘Mind, Body and Soul in Preventative Medicine’

The talk discusses:

  • How our thoughts & emotions influence and determine our health
  • How these thoughts and emotions are inherited from the family system
  • The psychospiritual aspects of illness, how to live for optimal health and prevent disease
  • How to embody the change we wish to see in our patients

Christine Herbert: ‘Chronic inflammation – finding the cause of the fire’.

Chronic inflammation is undoubtedly the underlying cause of most of the chronic diseases affecting most of our patients, including metabolic disease, gut inflammation, allergies, dementia and cancer. Identifying the cause of the fire is the first step to designing a successful therapeutic protocol.

The talk discusses:

  • The risk factors for and causes of chronic inflammation
  • The body systems key to the inflammatory process 
  • Dietary strategies and herbal remedies to resolve inflammation

Peter Jackson-Main: ‘Herbalism and Longevity’.

This lecture discusses and promotes the lifelong and habitual use of herbal medicines as a strategy for longevity, giving especial, but not exclusive prominence to the adaptogens.

The talk discusses:

  • Choosing herbs to address the key mechanisms of ageing
  • Prioritising herbs according to individual constitution
  • A selection of my favourite rejuvenating tonics

Dr Jenny Goodman: ‘Health and Longevity: Let’s start at the very Beginning’.

If we want people to have long and healthy lives, we need to start from scratch. This includes enabling parents to become really well-nourished and detoxed before they conceive, to have all the knowledge in place to support a safe and natural birth and long-term breastfeeding, and learning how to feed kids healthy food that they will really enjoy.

The talk discusses:

  • Pre-Conception Care and happy birth and breastfeeding. Avoiding antibiotics etc!
  • Teaching kids to cook, and to grow veg even if you haven’t got a garden, from an early age.
  • Empowering parents to feel that eating and living healthily are perfectly possible – and enjoyable – on a permanent basis.

Dr Nyjon Eccles: ‘The role of hormones in promoting female longevity’.

The talk discusses the role that systemic and topical hormones play in better ageing as well as nutritional strategies to improve the function of the ageing cells.

Dr Robert Verkerk – ‘How to Grow your Practice Post Pandemic’

Although not widely publicised, whole person-centred, resilience-building strategies that form the bedrock of naturopathic practice, have provided benefits for millions over the last 2 years. Grow your pool of prospective clients by communicating about what we’ve learned from the science and how this can be used to fine tune practice and self-care guidance.

Graeme Jones: ‘Genetic Risk Factors for Ageing’

The study of longevity genes is a developing science as we try and understand why, for example, some human populations reach their centenarian year, whereas others develop chronic disease at age 55.  Which genes protect us from an early death and which can accelerate our rate of ageing?

The talk discusses:

  • How genetic tests may be helpful to optimisation of your patient outcomes
  • Genes that have evidence for influencing our lifespan
  • Top clinical tips to integrating DNA tests into your practice

 

 

 


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