The functionality of the mitochondria is understood by many to be related to energy production and hence it is known as the cells energy factory. However, mitochondrial dysfunction has also been liked to a wide range of degenerative and metabolic diseases, as well as cancer and aging. These are all derived from the bio energetic role of the mitochondria which acts as the interface between the environment and the cell. Prof Nicolson has been studying the role of mitochondria in human health and the restoration and repair of the delicate membranes using natural agents for many years. Dr Ellithorpe has treated over 4,000 patients using glycophospholipids and published multiple research papers on the clinical application of the use of specific glycophospholipids and co factors. Their combined knowlege and experiences will assist you in comprehending the valuable role that the application of the agents can have in restoring mitochondrial function and capacity and the subsequent benefits for human health.
Date: 6th Oct 2012
Price: Practitioners: £75 + VAT (£90 VAT Inclusive)
Students: £56.25 + VAT (£67.50 VAT Inclusive)
Venue: Royal Society of Medicine 1 Wimpole Street London W1G 0AE