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November Stress and Nutrition Workshop




We all have to deal with stress at some point and it can affect us in varying degrees. Overwork, lack of sleep, colds and flu, emotional upset, grief and poor eating habits – amongst others – all put stress on your body. Join Registered Nutritionist Kate Delmar – Morgan for this interactive stress and nutrition workshop and learn how to replenish depleted resources in order to restore balance and renew your vitality.


There are many different avenues to help support you through stressful times and looking after your nutrition is vital to help prevent further decline in stress related health issues. Supporting yourself with the right nutrients can help the body to control the stress response and the subsequent effects caused by the response. Kate will offer nutrition strategies and practical tips to better equip your bodies to manage stress and you will learn to help replenish depleted resources in order to help restore balance and renew your vitality.


In the workshop we will look at:

  • The stress response.
  • How stress impacts different body systems.
  • Symptoms associated with chronic stress.
  • Nutrients & stress response and its effects.
  • Practical tips to better equip your bodies to manage stress.


Free workshop
Date: Saturday 10 November 2018
Time: 12 – 1pm
Cost: FREE
Bookings: call 020 8789 3881


This 1-hour workshop is free and is open to the general public. However, booking is essential due to limited space. You can reserve your place in person at reception or by calling us on 020 8789 3881.


Kate has been practising Nutritional Therapy for more than 12 years and has worked with many clients with stress related health issues in her clinic. Before becoming a Nutritional Therapist, she worked in the stressful and pressured world of live communication and events. Given this, she fully understands the daily challenges that most people face and the impact stress can have on their health and their diet.


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