Lifestyle and Diabetes - How Closely Are They Related?
- Worrying about keeping you and your family healthy?
- Concerned about high blood sugar?
- Recently diagnosed with diabetes?
Diabetes is one of the fastest growing threats to the health of the modern human. It is estimated that over 4 million people, or at least 1 in 16 people in the UK are potentially unknowingly living with, or in severe danger of developing, Type 2 diabetes. In fact, almost half of those affected are believed to be unaware of their condition! Type 1 diabetes affects 400,000 people in the UK.
With all of the complications that this life-changing condition can lead to; from nerve and ocular damage to potentially seizures and even death, it is more vital than ever for us to be aware of our own culpability in the prevalence of this growing epidemic.
With the rising diabetes crisis affecting adults and children alike, do you struggle to balance a healthful home, while navigating time constraints, complex messages and information overload?
Well come along to…
LIFESTYLE AND DIABETES - HOW CLOSELY ARE THEY RELATED? A doctor-led conference
Join health aware peers, medical professionals and holistic practitioners and…
- Learn to relax to reduce blood sugar
- Experience doctor-led mindfulness and meditation
- Discover how to reduce diabetes risk factors in your environment
- Understand the diabetes support available to you
- Exercise with diabetes? No problem. Our experts explain
- Hear top tips from doctors on identifying foods that raise blood sugar and simple alternatives
Confirmed speakers include:
- Professor Robert Thomas - Consultant Oncologist, Bedford and Addenbrooke’s Cambridge University Hospitals, Visiting Professor University of Bedfordshire, Visiting Professor Applied Biological & Exercise, Coventry University, Senior Clinical Tutor Cambridge University.
- Reinhard Kowalski - Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist, author, mindfulness and meditation teacher, energy psychologist.
- Dr Aryan Tavakkoli - Consultant Physician and Founder of Quantum Clinic, a progressive medical clinic offering a Functional Medicine and Integrative Medicine approach to chronic disease.
- Dr Kesar Sadhra - General Practitioner at Manor Park Medical Centre, the lowest UK spender on diabetes medication and one of the overall top performers in diabetes control.
- Dr Jo Lee - General Practitioner, Life Coach and psychosexual therapist.
- Dr Mark Chambers - Retired General Practitioner, GP trainer, health coach and specialist in non-pharmacological anxiety/trauma management.
RCGP accreditation is in process.
9.00am - 4.30pm Friday 8th June at Chartridge Lodge, Chesham, Bucks HP5 2TU.
Tickets are available from Eventbrite here. Please click here.
Friends and Family Discount £45
Standard Tickets £95.