Food on Prescription Conference Box Programme

Integrative & Personalised Medicine

Food on Prescription Conference Box Programme

Keynote Address: Prof Tim Spector

Keynote Address:
Prof Tim Spector

The importance of a healthy gut microbiome to avoid COVID-19. Prof Tim Spector’s year of research into the microbiome, clearly shows the important role that the microbiome plays in our health and why a healthy biome matters is vital when our your body responds to infection, including COVID. 
Keynote Address: Dr Dean Ornish

Keynote Address:
Dr Dean Ornish

Using Food to prevent and reverse chronic disease. Forty years of peer reviewed work has shown that the programme Professor Dean Ornish developed to treat heart disease, has now been shown that it can help to reduce the risk factors associated with type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, obesity, depression as well as prevent cancers and slow the aging process itself. 

Keynote Address:
Dr David Unwin

Cardiovascular Disease – is salt the problem or should we be looking at sugar? Dr David Unwin, is a GP who is well known for his pioneering work with patients with Type 2 diabetes and the low carb diet.  Here he discusses the implications for the treatment of heart disease and will present findings from his research with 107 case studies of patients on a low carb diet.  
Plenary Keynote Address: Dr Michael Dixon

Plenary Keynote Address:
Dr Michael Dixon

Time to change the rules and the game
Plenary Keynote Address: Henry Dimbleby

Plenary Keynote Address:
Henry Dimbleby

How is the UK's new National Food Strategy going to enable us all to eat healthier? Putting policy into practice. The UK governments National Food Strategy’s, ambitious proposals are long overdue and highlight the how the UK’s current food system is harming our health and our planet.  The report offers solutions that can reverse a broken system.
Keynote Address: Prof Robert Thomas

Keynote Address:
Prof Robert Thomas

Nutritional Interventions for Covid 19 Recovery. Prof Robert Thomas, will explore the emerging evidence why one person gets more severe consequences of covid than others. Age, underlying genetic susceptibility and having other chronic conditions features strongly but it is now clear that underlying gut health is fundamental.  

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Organised in partnership with The College of Medicine and in collaboration with The National Centre for Integrative Medicine:

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With thanks to our gold sponsor:

 

   Weleda

 

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