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How Toxins Affect MTHFR and Mast Cell Degradation Thursday 9th November ANP Bristol

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Thursday, 9 November 2017 from 18:30 to 20:30 (GMT)

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How toxins affect MTHFR and Mast Cell degradation 

Bristol Thursday 8th November 6.30 - 8.30pm  

Methylation and MTHFR is central to multiple essential body organs and systems. In practice, what are your key signals that MTHFR is affects and what protocols do you implement to help your client get back to health? In this lecture, I will explain the process by which toxins impact MTHFR and Mast Cell degradation, what that means and how it presents in clinic and simple methods and protocols you can apply to help your client get back towards health. 

 

About the speaker: 

Holistic doctor, journalist, lecturer. Born in 1970 in the US. He practiced with Dr. Winfried Weber in a holistic medical private practice in Darmstadt, south of Frankfurt and in a dental practice in Uelzen. 

He gained his reputation by passing on knowledge in a particularly illustrative way. He builds bridges between philosophy, humanism and science, which he linked with the challenging daily practice of employment.  
Even before beginning his studies of medicine in Germany, he studied holistic medicine and energy healing, so, despite his young age, he quickly found himself included in significant circles: 

  • Dozens of lectures at home and abroad every year
  • Lecturer of the medical training courses
  • Television appearances
  • Member of the program committee of the Frankfurt Consilium
  • Founding member of the Network of Interdisciplinary Complementary Oncology and IFOS Academy
  • Journalist in various holistic medical journals
  • Medical consultant and editor of the CO'MED (Journal of Complementary Medicine)

 

He is constantly striving to emphasize that each patient carries a very individual constellation which cannot be treated by everyday medicine, but must be considered with very high precision at all levels of being.


Booking is essential. ANP members can attend for free when booking with their ANP membership number.

 

The ANP,  is a professional Association representing Naturopathic Therapists. As Naturopathy is based on principals and not on a specific therapy one can find a Naturopathic Therapist practicing as Homeopath, Herbalist, Acupuncturist, or Nutritionist. www.theanp.co.uk 

 

 

 

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CNM Bristol
1B Woodlands Court, Ash Ridge Road
BS32 4LB Almondsbury
United Kingdom

Thursday, 9 November 2017 from 18:30 to 20:30 (GMT)


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The ANP is a professional Association
representing Naturopathic Therapists.
As Naturopathy is based on principles
and not on a specific therapy one can
find a Naturopathic Therapist practicing
as Homeopath, Herbalist, Acupuncturist,
Nutritionist or Colon Hydro therapist.

The primary function of the ANP is to
assist its members in maintaining the
highest standard of competence.
It offers a wide range of benefits to its
members.

The ANP is internationally connected 
and in touch with the politics of health
and the safeguarding of natural therapies.
All ANP members have had to have
undertaken an accredited course and
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accepted into the association.

The aims of the ANP are:

-To support its members professionally.
-To make sure ANP members follow the 
ANP Code of Ethics.
-To make sure a high training standard is
maintained.
-To promote Naturopathy to a wide public.
-To liaise with other associations, groups
and individuals to 
safeguard natural
therapies for generations to come.

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