Functional and nutritional support for the client undergoing cancer treatme

Functional and nutritional support for the client undergoing cancer treatment

Course overview
This fantastic 1-day course will give you as a participant, an insight into the antecedents, triggers and mediators of cancer in the modern world.

You will examine the underlying precursors, triggers and mediators of cancer growth, the pathophysiology of cancer onset, the significance of genomics, what common conventional cancer treatments are, and importantly what nutritional and functional support you can provide alongside conventional cancer treatment.

Who is the course for?
The course is suitable for Nutritional Therapists and students, and other registered healthcare practitioners with an interest in nutrition and functional medicine.

What will I learn?
The course will give you an understanding of how to support the negative side effects of treatment for a client undergoing conventional treatment for cancer.

By the end of the seminar you will have developed the confidence and understanding that nutritional support has a functional and helpful place in supporting these clients.

By the end of the seminar you should be able to understand the pathogenics of cancer and have a basic level of genomic effects, understand how to work with nutritional protocols that are safe to implement alongside cancer treatment, to support side effects, and how to support the body systems that are affected by conventional cancer treatments.

Jo Gamble

How many hours CPD?

7 hours CPD
The day will run from 10.00 to 5.00pm

Is the course assessed?


Shepherds House, Great Maze Pond, Guys Campus. London

£105.00 (Advance booking)

£128.00 (Full fee)

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16 Nov 2016