Body Talks – JUICING – Online Event 6pm – 8.30pm Weds 1st Sept 2021

£10.00

Body Talks

Body Talks is a series of informational presentations and talks about health topics that concern many, or all of us.

Have you got the guts for good health?
6pm – 8.30pm Weds 1st Sept 2021

  • Alcohol Free – how to get the buzz without the booze (starring the Kambucha phenomenon)
  • Diabetes – the sweet sting of sugar
  • Menopause – myth, magic and the seven dwarfs of the menopause
  • Mental Health – is it all in the mind?
  • Pickles and probiotics – don’t get in a froth over ferments
  • Yeast, Candida, Thrush and other birds
  • IV Vitamin therapy – supplements do we really need them?
  • Weight loss for the right body – which geno type are you?
  • Nutritional Therapy – who can tell me what I should eat?

Tickets £10 for live streaming access

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Body Talks – Now Postponed

Body Talks is a series of informational presentations and talks about health topics that concern many, or all of us.

Have you got the guts for good health?
6pm – 8.30pm Weds 1st Sept 2021

  • Come and learn what juicing Is all about
  • How to make it easy
  • How to make sure it is healthy
  • How to make it fit in your lifestyle
  • Which juicer?
  • Which fruits and which vegetables?
  • Why do it at all…?
  • Audience Juicing participation
  • Q&A

Tickets £10 for live streaming access

Your Hosts

Enid Taylor ND, Naturopath and Director of Taymount Clinic (pioneers in gut health, health through FMT)

Other Body Talks Coming Soon!

  • Alcohol Free – how to get the buzz without the booze (starring the Kambucha phenomenon)
  • Diabetes – the sweet sting of sugar
  • Menopause – myth, magic and the seven dwarfs of the menopause
  • Mental Health – is it all in the mind?
  • Pickles and probiotics – don’t get in a froth over ferments
  • Yeast, Candida, Thrush and other birds
  • IV Vitamin therapy – supplements do we really need them?
  • Weight loss for the right body – which geno type are you?
  • Nutritional Therapy – who can tell me what I should eat?