Where: O'Vive Wellbeing & Medical Centre
1. Being "autoimmune": what does it mean?
2. What lifestyle changes for wellbeing and health?
3. Food: what's different?
4. Moving: how to stay strong, when you deal with an autoimmune condition?
5. Mind: activating our most powerful inner weapon
Autoimmune conditions can take many different faces.
From 'simple' allergic reactions, skin rashes and low-grade inflammation localized in different places in the body to identified Asthma, MS, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, Graves, Diabetes T1, Lupus, Vitiligo, Crohn's disease - to give only some examples of more known conditions, but unfortunately the list is way longer.
The immunity system attacks the body weakest spot and for each condition it expresses itself in a different way. However, most of the conditions have a lot of side symptoms in common (we'll detail them on Sunday).
These chronic conditions touch a lot of people, and at ages which are often too young to have to deal with the implications.
Positive news: there is a lot one can do to improve their life while living with these conditions, to improve general immunity, to put these conditions in remission and to keep them under control.
How's my life different than the rest of the people?
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Questions, or you need more info?
Contact Nicky at 0487 13 57 48 or via email at email@example.com .
Nutritionist, coach & adviser for health and wellbeing, Nicky helps people staying fit, both physically and mentally. Nutrition, functional training and mind training are his attributes of choice to reach the best results.
Nicky has been diagnosed with autoimmune condition Hashimoto's thyroiditis 1,5y ago, after living with unpleasant symptoms for multiple years. Adapting his lifestyle made him a different person with a renewed energy that was hidden before. His only medication is nutrition, training and meditation.
Rue De Spa 13, Brussels, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Sunday 24/11/2019 - 11:30 - 12h30