Nutrition: The Mind-Gut Connection Leiden (NL) Saturday 5 March, 2022. 9AM-6 PM

160.00300.00

Most health complaints are a consequence of the body’s incapacity to deal with a critical amount of STRESS.  There are 3 main sources of stressors we are exposed to:  physical, chemical, and emotional stress.

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Most health complaints are a consequence of the body’s incapacity to deal with a critical amount of STRESS.  There are 3 main sources of stressors we are exposed to:  physical, chemical, and emotional stress.  In this session we will explain the neurophysiological aspects of chemical balance of the body as this relates to diet.  What we eat and drink influences our metabolism, and therefore has a direct impact on our nervous system.   We will elaborate on the mind-gut connection and the effects of cortisol (stress hormone) levels in the body.   There will be a focus on anti-inflammatory foods and practical tips on how to adopt this in a healthy balanced diet.  Topics include:

  • Leaky gut syndrome and how to fix it
  • Blood-brain barrier and neuroautoimmunity
  • Importance of pH and the ‘stairway to health’
  • Foods our organs love!
  • Food sensitivity
  • Anti-inflammatory diet recommendations
  • Glucose vs. Ketones
  • Intermittent Fasting
  • Improving gut flora
  • Supplementation

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Fee

D.C. fee €300.00, Student fee €160.00

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Experienced Specialists

Your lecturers are Jeroen (Jay) Postma and Tom Claykens. They are quality maniacs and Carrick Institute educated diplomats, whom take chiropractic functional neurology out of its conventional straightjacketed constrains and give it a distinctive and practical approach. Everything they share is meticulously selected and is united by their common mission to inspire and help you be your best.

For whom is it?

All seasoned chiropractors looking for an easy and understandable functional neurologic approach, or new graduates in search of a stepping stone towards a full degree in functional neurology. For all colleagues looking practical functional neurology knowledge they can apply the very next day.

Accreditation

Our modules are held on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. All modules can be taken independently and each one of them has been granted European Chiropractic Academy (EAC) and SCN accreditation equal to 8 CPDs per module.