BROUGHT TO YOU BY PRECISION ANALYTICAL & RESEARCH NUTRITION
What will I gain form this Workshop?
After attending this workshop you will gain the knowledge and confidence that can help with complex hormone issues. For a full break-down of topics refer to the workshop schedule below.
What food options are being served?
Full menu to be outlined here closer to the event. All dietary requirements will be catered for – just let us know on your registration.
Is this event being recorded?
This is an exclusive live event only.
What level is the technical information?
Dr. Jones will present a full overview of hormones. For those not familiar with DUTCH testing, it is advisable to watch Dr. Jones present the Case Studies and Clinical Pearls free webinar before attending this workshop.
Will Notes be Provided?
Printed notes will be provided to all attendees on the day in booklet form, as well as online access to high-definition slides (non-downloadable).
Can I do my free test before the workshop?
The free test kit is provided on the day. It is not possible to do the free test before the workshop.
This Finding Balance with Hormones Workshop is a special engagement being offered to practitioners as a pre-conference event of the Australian Methylation Summit.
Attendance at the summit is not required for our workshop attendees, but it is encouraged. More information on the Summit is provided below.
The only Australian Methylation Event, Brought to you by MTHFR Suppport Australia
Do you see many patients with anxiety? Are you amazed at the number of children that are depressed? Do you need clarity around the genetics of mood disorders?
Then the 2018 Methylation and Genomic Summit is for you.
In 2018, the Methylation & Genomics Summit will delve into th e drivers of anxiety and depression. Endemic in oursociety today, from small children to adults alike we are inundated with patients presenting with ongoing anxietyand depression.
Perhaps the most difficult of the methylation pathways to understand, the neurotransmitters dopamine, serotonin and GABA are key to a practitioners understanding of how to reduce anxiety and improve mood. We will also explore how our mood can be affected by inflammation, the gut, mitochondrial dysfunction, nutrient deficiencies and hormones. Learn how we assess it and how changes in methylation and the environment affect mood and anxiety.
For more information on the summit and speakers or to register, go to https://www.mthfrsupport.com.au/summit/.