Upcoming Events - Mills and Bone Share Their Gut Feelings
Part 1 - The Gut and Immunity (and Autoimmunity)
This event has already taken place on Thursday 22nd April. To view a recording of this event, please see below.
Every day brings more knowledge about the role of the gut in immune health. In this webinar Kerry and Simon will bring a herbal perspective to an updated review of the central role of the gut in immune health and disease. The experience of Covid and its after-effects remind us that autoimmunity can be a major cause of ill-health. We will look at ways in which improving gut functions could also reduce immunological complications.
Topics you will learn about include:
• The importance of an intact gut wall barrier and the consequences of a leaky gut
• An update on gut-related immune mechanisms
• Optimising surface defences
• Navigating the microbiome, including the cross-talk between phytochemicals and the gut microbiome
• Molecular mimicry in immune misdirection
• The role of the liver
Herbal approaches and protocols will emerge throughout. After this webinar practitioners will be able to develop their herbal approaches to a very wide range of complex and puzzling immunological conditions, including helping patients better manage the consequences of Long Covid.
Part 2 - The Gut and the Brain
This event has already taken place on Thursday 20th May. To view a recording of this event, please see below.
The connections between gut, brain and mental health are becoming ever stronger. Not only do we know that the gut produces more hormones and neuroactive chemicals than anywhere else, and that it has strong bidirectional neural connections, but we now understand the strong impact of gut-centred inflammatory pressures on the health of the brain and on mental illness. ‘Gut feelings’ are now a mainstream interest, and new terms such as nutritional psychiatry, ‘moody gut’ and psychobiotics pervade the medical journals! In this webinar Simon and Kerry will update these insights from a herbal perspective.
Topics you will learn about include:
• An update on the many elements of the gut-brain axis
• The role of the microbiome in brain health
• Neuroinflammation as a basis of chronic fatigue and mental health problems
• How gut wall herbal activity can reach the brain
Herbal approaches and protocols will emerge throughout. After this webinar practitioners will learn new ways to help patients with chronic fatigue and long-term difficult mental health problems.
About the Academy
The Mills and Bone Academy is a website for phytotherapy and western herbal medicine, using evidence based, clinical education. Drawing on the knowledge and teachings of Simon Mills and Kerry Bone, phytotherapy leading experts, the academy brings together education, research, articles, publications and events to further learning for western herbal medicine clinicians
Simon Mills is a Cambridge medical sciences graduate who has been in regular clinical herbal practice in Exeter since 1977. Since then he has chaired the main herbal organizations in the UK (the British Herbal Medicine Association, National Institute of Medical Herbalists, and the College of Practitioners of Phytotherapy) and served on the Government’s Herbal Medicine Advisory Committee...
Professor Kerry Bone is an industry leader and innovation driver, directing the research program at MediHerb. As recognition of this role (in conjunction with his research colleagues), MediHerb was awarded the American Botanical Council’s (ABC’s) Varro E. Tyler Award for excellence in Phytomedicinal (Herbal) Research in 2016.
Mills and Bone Covid-19 Series
Mills and Bone recently produced two digital seminars about the role of herbs and diet in the time of COVID-19.
A special series with the authors of your favourite herb books. Kerry and Simon share their insights into the latest information coming in from the clinical frontline and research efforts across the world concerning the long-term consequences of Covid-19 infection.
This series includes both previous seminars, Mills and Bone Go Viral and Mills and Bone Go Post Viral.
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