Upcoming Webinars – Enzyme Science UK

Upcoming Webinars

Enzymes and Trigger Foods

Thurs. 26 May , 6.30pm - 7.30pm

by Leyla El Moudden

Reactions to FODMAPs, histamine intolerance and sensitivities can be mitigated and sometimes eliminated with effective enzyme support. The re­introduction phase of elimination diets can be a stressful time for both client and practitioner. In this lecture, you will learn how you can support your clients with enzymes and which ones to use for specific food groups.

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Enzymes and Intestinal Health

Thurs. 30 Jun, 6.30pm - 7.30pm

by Leyla El Moudden

Enzymes are frequently considered to be only useful as food digestion aids. However, did you know they can be used to dissolve biofilms, candida, bacterial overgrowths, histamine, and other common intestinal complaints? In this lecture, you will learn how to use enzymes for different digestive concerns, as well as the role of enzymes in building a long-term healthy microbiome.

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Enzymes and Inflammation

Thurs. 27 Oct 6.30pm - 7.30pm

by Leyla El Moudden

Enzymes can act as potent anti-inflammatories, acting to reduce swelling, clot formation, dissolving fibrin deposits and microthrombi. These actions can be applied for improving the physical condition of clients with inflammatory, immune, or cardiovascular concerns. In this lecture you will learn how to use inflammation focused enzymes for anti-inflammatory and cardioprotective effects.

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Enzymes and Hormones

Weds. 30 Nov 6.30pm - 7.30pm

by Leyla El Moudden

What do enzymes have to do with hormones? In a picture of hormonal dysregulation, there are frequently nutrient deficiencies associated with lipids, fatty acids and amino acids which can be better corrected with appropriate enzyme supplementation. In this lecture, you will learn how to identify what kind of enzyme support can facilitate a wider programme for issues related to female hormonal imbalance such as fertility troubles, dysmenorrhea, endometriosis, cysts and fibroids, PMS and menopause.

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