Thyroid talks – Part 1: Underactive

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20th May 2024, 12.00pm - 1.30pm
Nutritionists and trainees

Presenter: Antony Haynes BA (Hons) RNT mBANT

Date: Monday, May 20th 2024

Time: 12.00 – 1.30pm

Price: £20

Welcome to “Thyroid talks – Part one: Underactive,” a comprehensive webinar presented by Antony Haynes that dives into the intricacies of hypothyroidism and the power of nutritional therapy in its management. This session is tailored for those grappling with an underactive thyroid and practitioners eager to enhance their treatment protocols.

Antony will shed light on the latest advancements in understanding hypothyroidism, a condition where the thyroid gland doesn’t produce enough hormones, leading to symptoms like fatigue, weight gain, and depression. The webinar will explore the critical role nutrition plays in thyroid health, emphasising how specific dietary choices and supplements can aid in the management of hypothyroidism.

Participants will learn about the importance of iodine, selenium, zinc, and other key nutrients, along with dietary patterns that support thyroid function. There will be a particular focus on evidence-based strategies to modulate the autoimmune component often seen in conditions like Hashimoto’s thyroiditis through nutritional interventions.

This interactive webinar will not only inform but also equip attendees with practical tips to optimise thyroid health. Whether you’re seeking to manage your own health or enhance your clinical practice, “Thyroid talks – Part one: Underactive” is an essential stepping stone on your journey to a healthy thyroid.

Contact Antony to find out more and book your place. 

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Hosted by Antony Haynes

Antony Haynes BA(Hons) Registered Nutritionist MBANT is Head of Technical Services at Nutri-Link, responsible for the technical & practitioner support team and the assessment and co-introduction of new supplements to the UK market. He also manages and often presents our clinically focused webinars & seminars that practitioners find invaluable.