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Yeasts in Clinical Practice

This mentoring session will focus on yeast imbalance, how it can manifest in the body and how to address it. Chronic yeast issues can be stubborn to shift and may contribute to a variety of symptoms that may not seem connected. 
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Lesson series

What's included?

Herbalist and nutritional therapist, Jennifer Derham will be covering:
  • The pathophysiology and aetiology of yeast imbalance
  • The difference between moulds and yeasts.
  • What to look for when taking a case history. 
  • How yeast can impact the clients symptoms.
  • Herbal and some nutraceutical interventions that can be used for addressing yeast infections
  • Learn how to resolve yeast without requiring anti-candida diets that many clients find hard to maintain. 
Meet your host

Jennifer Derham

Jennifer has a BSc in Herbal Medicine, a Diploma in Nutritional Therapy and an MSc in Ethnobotany from the University of Kent in conjunction with The Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. For her MSc she conducted her research on dietary changes and gastrointestinal symptoms amongst Ladakhis in Northern India.
She is also a registered Frequency Specific Microcurrent Practitioner and Instructor. For five years she was in clinical practice with a team of GPs and some of the most renowned psychiatrists and psychologists in Ireland, who had a more alternative approach to working with mental health issues.
Since returning to the UK she has worked in a GP practice in Fulham, central London. She also provides Nutritional Therapy consultancy for The Haven Breast Cancer Charity Central London branch and The Whittington Hospital in Archway.
Patrick Jones - Course author