Inflammation and oxidative stress: a clinical paradox

Date: April 20, 2017
Time: All-day

During this webinar, Sophie covers the double-edged sword of inflammation and oxidative stress as driving factors in chronic modern illness and why addressing these factors with nutritional intervention does not always produce the desired effects; it may even, in some cases, be harmful. Taking a personalised and functional medicine approach, Sophie reviews the underlying mechanisms that can be targeted with nutritional interventions and explains how to ensure your therapeutic approach is right for your clients.

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Sophie Tully

About Sophie Tully

A trained pharmacologist, Sophie pursued her passion for health and nutrition by completing a master’s degree in Clinical & Public Health Nutrition at UCL, London. Sophie balances her Igennus role with her own private nutrition and health consultancy business working with elite athletes and the general public to achieve optimal health through lifestyle and dietary interventions. Sophie’s main research interests lie in the role of nutrition and lifestyle in inflammation, psychology and immunology. Sophie also lectures at the College of Naturopathic Medicine.