Join Dr Elisabeth Philipps for this CPD accredited webinar on:
Weight Loss Made Simple: Practical Guide to the Naturopathic Nutrition Approach that Works
Wednesday 1st February 2017 4pm for an investment of only £10
Poor nutrition is now recognised as being a greater risk to health than smoking. Levels of obesity are at an all time high in the UK and this is having a dramatic effect on the health of the nation. In fact, for the first time in recorded history children will have a shorter projected life span than their parents. The dramatic rise in weight-related diseases and conditions such as Type 2 diabetes, chronic inflammation and cardiovascular disease is leaving many people with poor quality of life and the NHS funding stretched.
Weight management is big business but rapid weight loss through extreme diets is not the key long-term good health. However, with so much conflicting information surrounding effective and long-term weight loss many people are left confused or even switch off from the message.
Join Nutritional Therapist Dr Elisabeth Philipps PhD for our 60 minute CPD* accredited webinar on the naturopathic approach to weight management. Topics under discussion include:
- Overview of obesity and related health conditions.
- Role of adipose tissue in inflammation and poor health.
- Review of latest weight loss research including role of sugar and fats in obesity.
- Review of common weight management diets including fasting and low carbohydrate diets.
- Practical guide to successful naturopathic weight management programmes including dietary and nutritional supplement recommendations.
This comprehensive webinar will help you to successfully formulate naturopathic nutrition programmes for safe and effective weight management. A full set of scientifically referenced slides and recording of the webinar are included in the investment price.
*2 CPD points from BANT, FNTP and NNA when viewing live webinar
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