02. October 2020 - 8:45 till 14:15
St George's Conference Centre
United KingdomLeedsGreat George Street

Metabolic Syndrome: From Systems Thinking to Personalised Care, St George's Conference Centre, Friday, 02. October 2020

IMPORTANT NOTICE due to Covid 19 we have postponed event - for administration purposes we have put a holding date of 2 October 2020 on the event page - purely to keep event open until we have secured a new live date. Thank you for your understanding. Please direct any questions to email


 


EVENT: Metabolic Syndrome: From Systems Thinking to Personalised Care


Over 30% of adults present clinically with Metabolic Syndrome, a cluster of risk factors including glucose intolerance, dyslipidemia, obesity, and elevated blood pressure that together dramatically increase risk of cardiovascular disease. The development of metabolic syndrome is dynamic and multifactorial, but dietary factors, ectopic obesity, insulin resistance, and inflammation all play a central role.


Clinically, biomarkers can help identify and direct management, including glucose homeostasis, waist measurement, lipid fractions, blood pressure, nutritional biochemistry, uric acid, inflammatory markers, and bioactive adipokines. Furthermore, unique clinical phenotypes based on adiposity, vascular health, blood lipid profiles, insulin resistance, and hormonal profiles have been identified and translate to specific management approaches. 


In this important talk, we breakdown and demystify metabolic syndrome by exploring simple clinical assessments that reveal subtypes and help direct effective evidence-based nutritional and lifestyle management approaches. We also explore key issues such as nutrient-drug interactions and integrative patient care.


This presentation will explore:


ü  the key drivers of the pathophysiology of metabolic syndrome


ü  simple clinical assessments that can be used in daily practice


ü  advanced biomarkers and functional assessments


ü  how to personalize nutritional approaches to different clinical subtypes


ü  positive, and negative, nutrient-drug interactions


 




Schedule for the Day


10am - 10.15am  - Introduction from BANT


10.15am - 11.15am  - Session 1


11.15 - 11.45am - break and opportunity to visit supplier tables/stands


11.45am - 12.45pm - Session 2 


12.45pm - 1.00pm - Q&A


1.00pm - 2.00pm - Lunch break - delegates to bring packed lunch or visit local cafes/shops and visit supplier tables/stands


2.00pm -3pm - Session 3


3pm - 3.15pm - Q&A and closing


  


KEYNOTE SPEAKER


 


Benjamin I. Brown, ND


 


 


 


Ben is a science writer and speaker specializing in nutrition and functional medicine. He an author and contributes regularly to industry magazines and scientific journals. Ben is Contributing Editor of Integrative Healthcare and Applied Nutrition, Director of Clinical Education for Pure Encapsulations UK, author of The Digestive Health Solution 2nd Ed, and on the Advisory Board and Guest Lecturer at BCNH College of Nutrition and Health. Ben guest lectures at the Institute of Optimum Nutrition (ION) and the Centre for Nutrition Education & Lifestyle Management (CNELM). He hosts Positive Health Podcast. Learn more at scientificwellness.com


 


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Note: The event will be recorded for educational purposes at BANT. If you do not wish to be filmed please contact the organiser email

Friday, 02. October 2020, St George's Conference Centre, Metabolic Syndrome: From Systems Thinking to Personalised Care

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