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BANT AGM & Conference 2019

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Mary Ward House

5-7 Tavistock Place

London

WC1H 9SN

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Kindergarten to Healthy Adulthood

Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine Across Lifespan


Following the BANT AGM, Dr Deanna Minich and Dr Kate Lawrence will be presenting CPD approved content, offering topical and clinically relevant information about how to use nutrition and lifestyle interventions to support health outcomes from childhood to adulthood.

Along with strategies for dietary diversity, Dr Deanna Minich will present an overview of nutritional needs for children based on current scientific research and functional nutrition principles, including a review of various nutrients for good health through out the life stages. The clinical importance and recent science of toxic burden will be emphasized, considering it is one of the greatest limitations to fertility and causes of endocrine disruption. Child-friendly ways to decrease exposure and to enhance elimination of these toxicities will be explained from both scientific and clinical perspectives.

Dr Deanna Minich will futher extend her presentation to the Functional Medicine Lifestyle approach to pediatric health and discuss physical activity, stress and stress management, relationships, salient aspects of trauma, PTSD, and how these factors influence health, eating, and living behaviors.

Dr Kate Lawrence will drawn on her experiences as a Senior Lecturer in Psychology and ten years at Great Ormond Street Hospital and The Institute of Child Health along with her research career specialising in neurodevelopmental disorders where she has a particular interest in the influence of the microbiome on mental health and cognitive function. Dr Kate Lawrence will discuss key clinical studies that explore microbiome investigations and manipulations in children with mental health conditions and will provide insight into her current research project - assessing a dietary intervention in children with ADHD.

Your day is further enhanced by a nutritious lunch and refreshments, and an opportunity to network, review student poster presentations and meet a variety of exhibitors during the breaks.


The conference is available to all interested healthcare providers that wish to help to improve the wellbeing of the children and adults using nutrition and lifestyle medicine approach.




The BANT AGM 2019 – (CPD Event 2 Hours)

09:00 – 09:30 Registration for the AGM opens

09:30 – 11:30 The BANT 2019 AGM


11:15 – 12:00 Registration for the BANT Conference opens


The BANT Conference – (CPD Event 3 Hours)

12:20 – 12:30 Introduction

12:30 – 13:30 Dr. Deanna Minich
Dietary Diversity in All Life Stages from
Kindergarten to Healthy Adulthood

13:30 – 14:30 Lunch – gluten & dairy free, fish, chicken, vegan

14:30 – 15:30 Dr. Deanna Minich

15:30 – 16:00 Refreshment break

16:00 – 17:00 Dr. Kate Lawrence
The Microbiome and Mental Health: A Therapeutic Option
for Children with ADHD

17:00 Day Finish



NOTE: There are stairs to access both the conference and exhibitor/lunch areas in this wonderful, characteristic venue and while this will improve our circulation and allow us to practice what we preach, please contact events@bant.org.uk if you require assistance with the stairs.

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