If you or your practice offers nutritional therapy, Ayurveda or herbal medicine, if you are looking to add another modality to your offering, or are a student in this field, then the NEW Nutrition Theatre and Trail at this year’s camexpo is for you!
Sponsored by Revive Active, the timetable hosts speakers including Dr Marilyn Glenville, Dr Alex Richardson, Dr Nina Bailey and many more so make sure you register for your special £7.50 BANT reduced ticket* today and set some time aside for these exciting sessions covering a whole host of hot topics.
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Welcome to the August issue of BANT News. This month we have received many interesting and unique contributions, making the last of our summer issues positively overflowing with fascinating content and informative articles for our readers. We hope you enjoy this bumper issue! Access the BANT news here.
Welcome to the August issue of BANT News. This month we have received many interesting and unique contributions, making the last of our summer issues positively overflowing with fascinating content and informative articles for our readers. We hope you enjoy this bumper issue!
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Volunteers are pivotal to the future of BANT and its goal to develop the Nutritional Therapy profession. The Volunteering Manager will be responsible for developing and managing the
volunteer community under the strategic guidance of the Volunteering Director. This role is responsible for developing and implementing frameworks and plans to support volunteers
to actively and effectively contribute through the Regional meetings, as part of the committees, in strategic workstreams or as directors in Council, and to embed a culture of volunteering that is inspirational, fun, motivating and a learning experience.
Detailed information about the role is located at this link: http://bant.org.uk/bant/pdf/VOLUNTEERING_MANAGER.pdf
If you are interested in applying for the role please send a supporting statement and CV to email@example.com by 31 August 2015.
Defining a ‘nutrient’ better fit for purpose in the age of genomics and metabolomics is now a priority. We need a fuller biological description so that we can ask more questions, for example are there are other substances which should be classified as nutrients or is the concept of a ‘daily allowance’ suitable for all nutrients? Click here to have your say.