Thu, 20 Jul|
Special Educational Event: Organic Acid Testing: Fast-track your Understanding
Join guest speaker, and long-standing Zestie, Sharon Strahan, as she helps fast-track your understanding of how to look at Organic Acid Testing (OAT) without being terrified of the scary chemical names.
Time & Location
20 Jul, 11:00 – 12:00
About the Event
Join Sharon as she helps fast-track your understanding of how to look at Organic Acid Testing (OAT) without being terrified of the scary chemical names.
Sharon fell into the 'rabbit hole' of Organic Acid Testing about 7 or 8 years ago and continues to learn more about this, and other, functional tests.
This is your opportunity to benefit from the hours and hours Sharon has spent reading about, and interpreting tests in a clinical setting - don't miss it!
Organic Acid Tests can be some of the scariest functional tests to learn because of the dozens of seemingly incomprehensible chemical names. You can spend hours and hours of your precious time (and Sharon has!) reading through interpretation guides to learn the significance of each and every marker. And then you get to try to explain all that to your client later too!
But before you do that - and there's nothing wrong if you WANT to do that - let's explore how to look at the OAT on a more holistic, "bigger picture", functional point of view. This can help your overall understanding of the OAT result, make it easier to explain to the client, and save you a lot of time.
- Learn what an organic acid test (OAT) is and what it's good for
- Understand some of the differences between the tests offered by different companies
- Gain confidence in interpreting an OAT without spending 2 days reading a guide book
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.
Sharon Strahan, BSc Nutr Med, BSc Dietetics (hons), IFMCP, mBANT, rCNHC studied Dietetics many years ago in the USA but ended up moving to a couple of different countries and doing a couple of other careers before coming back into the nutrition field. She completed her degree in Nutritional Medicine at the University of West London 13 years ago and has been on a quest ever since to learn more about nutrition and biochemistry. Just over 2 years ago she also completed the IFM coursework and exams in Functional Medicine. In addition to working one-to-one with clients, Sharon also offers case and test reviews for other practitioners where she can provide practical support and share her knowledge to help them help their clients too.