Thu, 06 Oct|
Special Educational Event: Endometriosis & PCOS with Wild Nutrition
Our special guest speaker Lorna Driver-Davies, Head of Nutrition at Wild Nutrition, will be explaining where PCOS and Endometriosis meet. This session will help you to understand the overlaps in disease, and taking a practical look at, and sharing, clinical pearls of wisdom.
Time & Location
06 Oct 2022, 12:00 – 13:00
About the Event
Join us for this educational event with our special guest speaker Lorna Driver-Davies, Head of Nutrition at Wild Nutrition.
Lorna will be explaining where PCOS and Endometriosis meet. This session will help you to understand the overlaps in disease, and taking a practical look at, and sharing, clinical pearls of wisdom.
A deeper understanding of how the two diseases overlap
Dietary and supplement support that is specific to the condition
Helpful laboratory tests to consider, especially when cost is a consideration. What would benefit BOTH conditions.
Attendees will be entered into a prize draw. Prizes are as follows:
3 lucky attendees (UK based delivery address only) will receive selected products from Wild Nutrition.
Lorna Driver-Davies, Nutritional Therapist, Naturopathy and Functional Medicine and Head of Nutrition at Wild Nutrition. Lorna’s clinical focus for over a decade has been in women’s hormone and gynaecological health. With a strong focus on Endometriosis & PCOS and their common comorbidities. This has provided her with deep clinical experience that has enabled her to develop highly specific protocols and she has a genuine and heartfelt interest in helping women with the condition feel better and empowered.
Lorna lectures specialist Endometriosis nurses from across the UK, annually. These nurses are placed in specialist Endometriosis clinics and hospitals and Lorna’s nutrition and lifestyle advice is passed through these nurses to the patients receiving postoperative care. Lorna is also the nutrition speaker on Endometriosis for the British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (an extension of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists) annual conference. She also regularly advises the media and mentors on the subject. Lorna contributed an evidence-based peer-reviewed case analysis chapter on nutrition for Endometriosis and hormone balance in the textbook ‘Case Studies in Personalized Nutrition’.
Wild Nutrition is dedicated to supporting women’s health and Endometriosis, through using natural food-based non synthetic supplements and nutritional advice in consultations. Their co-founder Henrietta Norton is a clinical and published expert on Endometriosis. Wild Nutrition is the only brand to feature a specialist supplement formula for Endometriosis: ‘Food-Grown Endo Complex’ as well as other products which are specifically supportive for PCOS.
A 10-minute Q&A will take place at the end of the webinar when you will have an opportunity to ask specific questions following the presentation.