This month we had a catch up with Nutrition & Lifestyle Coaching graduate Izabella Natrins who has gone on to do some amazing work in the area of health and wellness. Have a read about her career to date and the exciting projects she is working on with the NHS.
For decades, Dr. Jeffrey Bland has been at the cutting edge of Functional Medicine, which seeks to pinpoint and prevent the cause of illness, rather than treat its symptoms.
Debbie graduated from the IHS Diploma in Nutrition & Lifestyle Coaching in 2017 and is currently in year 3 of the IHS Diploma in Nutritional Therapy
Cytoplan will be presenting at the Dr. Bland event and focusing on the genetics of Alzheimer’s. The following article explores this in more detail and is something which will be covered in the conference in June.
Cooking is something we all take for granted but a theory suggests that if we had not learned to cook food, not only would we still look like chimps but, like them, we would also be compelled to spend most of the day chewing.
It’s time to meet the IHS team again. This month we are delighted to introduce you to Sheila Downes
The theory behind this book is simple. There are 2 types of mindsets - ‘growth’ and ‘fixed’.
These chocolate muffins are easy to make and refined sugar free! Perfect for big and small kids alike, they can be enjoyed on the go or with a cup of tea - yum!
Chris graduated from the IHS Nutritional Therapy Diploma in 2017
Suzanne Laurie is an IHS director and was jointly responsible for establishing IHS over 14 years ago. Passionate about Health & Wellness, Suzanne works across all IHS departments from academia to marketing and everything in between - she is committed to furthering the standards for the training and practice of nutrition and health courses. We had a quick catch up earlier this month, read the full Q&A below.