• New Wellbeing Guidelines

    Because food pyramids are well and truly past The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) recently launched their Wellbeing Guidelines which reflect current research and knowledge gained in the fields of nutrition, genetics and microbiology. As there have been no official updates on diet, lifestyle and health guidelines since the government issued The Eatwell Plate twenty years ago, BANT has identified the need to support members of the public with an up-to-date guide providing easy to understand and practical information. With the advance of nutrigenetics and our understanding of how genetic expression can change in response to Read More
  • GP Referrals for Nutritional Therapy

    Recent amendments to doctor's referral guidelines by the General Medical Council (GMC) earlier this year have made it possible for GPs to refer their patients to CNHC registered Nutritional Therapists. This is a big step in the right direction and significantly enhances patient choice, which is one of the improvement targets on which the National Health Services have been focusing lately. This means you may now request a referral for Nutritional Therapy from your doctor or your doctor may take the initiative to suggest you see a Nutritional Therapist when appropriate. Although this does not mean that NHS funding will Read More
  • Gluten Sensitivity Testing

    The next local meeting for registered Nutritional Therapists in Warwickshire is open to all BANT members (including students) as it will be a unique opportunity to obtain training in the newly introduced gluten-sensitivity tests from Cyrex. Christine Bailey will offer a free-of-charge 2 hour talk on all the Cyrex arrays to BANT Nutritional Therapists who attend this meeting. She will detail the use and relevance of the tests within the context of Nutritional Therapy. If you are a BANT registered Nutritional Therapist or student, please get in touch to book your place. The meeting is due to happen between September/October Read More
  • Detoxification - Facts & Myths

    In it's second year, The Shipston Complementary Health & Therapies Day in aid of Shipston Home Nursing will be happening this coming Saturday 08th March 2014. Amongst other complementary forms of therapy, Cell Nutrition will be there to present a talk on the hot topic of DETOXIFICATION. However, this talk will be based on facts and physiology - something you hardly get from either sensationalist media articles debunking the practical use of detoxification 'techniques' or from the overly simplified and optimistic sales of 'quick fix' detox products/solutions/books. So this will be an opportunity to learn some of the enlightening aspects that Read More
  • Your Body Your Health - exciting event in Rugby

      Cell Nutrition will be one amongst many exhibitors with lots of free information on the best strategies to help you look, feel and act your best. Come along for an evening full of useful information and tips on how to get healthier, feel and look good. Taster sessions, demonstrations and talks relating to a range of health & fitness therapies and exercise modalities under the same roof. Get acquainted with all there is available in and around Rugby to help you get into shape and optimise health and wellbeing. An energizing event that will bring you many ideas and Read More
  • Complementary Health and Therapies Day

    Come along for the Complementary Health and Therapies Day in aid of Shipston Home Nursing. Date: Saturday 9th March 2013 Location: SoulStream Arts, Burmington House, Burmington, Shipston on Stour, CV36 5AF   Book your place for a workshop or one-to-one session, or simply come along and talk to therapists or attend one of the Nutriton talks. Enjoy the beautiful surroundings with a cup of tea and some home-made fayre.   I will be giving two different talks, one mid morning and another mid afternoon. Topics will include: - the inadequacies of our modern diet - cholesterol and its bad reputation - links between Read More
  • Shipston Harvest Fayre

    Come and join us for the second annual Harvest Fayre: Sunday 30th September, 10am – 2pm. Market Place, Shipston Town Centre The Fayre is set to be a relaxed family day, where residents and visitors can buy local produce, find out more about environmental initiatives and indulge in some additional retail therapy. The free event will also showcase traditional crafts such as apple pressing and provide information on how to get involved in local environmental schemes, including “harvest share” and children's games. Don’t forget that many of Shipston’s retailers will also be open to help you make the most of your Read More
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