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 Lamberts New Series of FREE Masterclasses

Lamberts New Series of FREE Masterclasses

  Published to Upcoming Events on Oct 21, 2021

Nutritional Support for Long COVID Tuesday 7th December 2021 at 12pm

Long COVID is an informal term used to describe the longterm sequelae following SARS-CoV-2 infection. Sufferers are typically burdened with a range of symptoms still affecting their lives several weeks after the acute infection. They can include respiratory, gastrointestinal, neurological, musculoskeletal and other symptoms. And while government data indicates that as many as 2 million people in the UK may have been affected (in the period up until June 2021), the condition remains poorly understood, and therefore hard to manage.

This Masterclass discusses some of the key nutritional aspects to consider when supporting clients suffering from long COVID. We’ll look at the types of underlying biological imbalances that are being discussed in the literature and we’ll include ideas for useful laboratory testing. We will then explore nutritional interventions, focusing on the use of nutraceutical supplements that may add real efficacy to baseline recommendations for a healthy diet.

There will be a 30-minute Q & A session after the one-hour Masterclass, where you can get involved, ask questions and/or share experiences.

Functional Nutrition for Female Infertility Tuesday 14th December at 12pm

This masterclass will consider functional clinical approaches and laboratory testing in the management of female infertility and explore how practitioners can best support clients through their infertility journey. We will examine some of the psychosocial impacts of infertility and nutritional and environmental mediators will be explored, including the role of food reactivity and the microbiome.

This masterclass with academic Justine Bold, will also consider the broad impact of gluten on female fertility in conditions like coeliac disease and endometriosis and investigate the potential role of other anti-nutrients in grains such as lectins and αamylase/trypsin inhibitors (ATIs).

Places are available on a first come, first served basis. To avoid missing out on your FREE place, please book via our website: – visit the trade section and go to education or call 01892 554312. If you have any questions, please contact the team via email:

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