The NTOI and the Irish Institute for Nutrition & Health present a full day seminar with Anthony Haynes
Summary introduction to the NeuroBiogenic Amine Presentation
Date: Saturday 15th October, 2016
Time: 10am – 5 pm
Venue: Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport, Stockhole Lane, Swords, Co. Dublin
Open to all
This seminar will provide information relevant to health practitioners about the major neurotransmitters and their function, and how to support an individual to achieve balanced neurotransmitter status. Neurotransmitters play key roles in cognitive function, behaviour and in general well-being.
You will learn about neuro-biogenic amines, neuro-modulators, the blood brain barrier and how they are affected by various stressors.
You will also be shown the means to assess neurotransmitter status by both symptomatic questionnaires as well as a newly available accurate lab test.
Then you will be shown how to support a balanced neurotransmitter status (both with and without the use of the lab test), as well as how to support the blood brain barrier, with specific nutritional therapy intervention.
BA(Hons) Dip ION mBANT mCNHC has been in private practice for over 24 years and is one of the most experienced and knowledgeable Nutritional Therapists in the country, and one of the first to implement the principles of Functional Medicine in the UK. Anthony will be presenting two seminars at the 2016 Annual International Conference held by the Institute for Functional Medicine, in San Diego.
He is known as the practitioners’ practitioner. He employs his clinical experience in managing the nutritional needs of his patients, which number in excess of 14,000, at his clinic, The Nutrition Clinic Ltd. in Harley Street, London.
In October 2011, Anthony was amongst the first group of practitioners to attend the inaugural 5 day AFMCP (Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice) Course to be held in the UK. Anthony has also attended 18 IFM annual conferences since 1997.
Anthony co-founded Nutri-Link Ltd in 1998 with Michael Ash, and now acts as Head of Technical Services at Nutri-Link, responsible for the technical & practitioner support team, as well as providing technical support directly to practitioners. For over 15 years, he has been presenting clinically focused workshops, lectures and seminars that practitioners find invaluable, inspiring and motivating.
He is also a successful, award-winning author of two books on nutrition, The Insulin Factor (published in the UK 2004 and in the USA) and The Food Intolerance Bible (published in the UK 2005 and in China), and has appeared on television and radio.
In March 2011 Anthony was awarded the prestigious CAM Magazine Award for “Outstanding Practice” for his many years of educating, inspiring, motivating and helping practitioners and patients.
Anthony has been utilising a wide range of laboratory tests in his clinical practice since 1992.
Anthony has spent his lifetime engaged in one type of sports or exercise, achieving success in competitive sport, representing the junior GB ski team, and Essex and the Eastern Counties grass hockey, & being club champion at tennis.
In recent years, Anthony has focused on Auto-Immune Conditions attempting to identify the causes of, and the means by which to ameliorate, prevent and even reverse them with Nutritional Therapy. Anthony has learned about the connection of chronic infectious agents as a very common initiator of auto-immunity. Anthony now sees many patients who have one or more Auto-Immune Conditions and helps them to improve their health.”
To book go to www.ntoi.ie/events/anthony-haynes-seminar-2/