Health Connects Lecture Series 2016

The Health Connects series of lectures is back for its fourth year! Hosted by the founder of Wild Oats, Mike Abrahams, and Jamie Richards, psycho-neuro immunologist, the lectures will bring together a diverse panel of experts to discuss healthy living and nutrition.

Nutritionists, medical herbalists, acupuncturists and chiropractors will all feature among the panel, as well as NHS doctors. After a short 15 minutes presentation from each speaker, questions from the floor will be welcome.

This is your chance to hear the most current thinking of topical issues that matter to you.



Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.


We invite you to submit questions to the panel in advance of each talk, though please be aware that because of time restrictions, speakers cannot guarantee to answer all questions submitted.

Questions should be e-mailed to


All talks take place at…

VENUE: Redland United Reformed Church
TIME: 6.30 – 8.30 pm


1. Obesity – From Children to Adults – What’s Happening?
Wednesday 16th March


2. Insulin Resistance and inflammation – the key to unlocking chronic ill-health
Wednesday 25th May


3. Fertility and Sexual Health
Wednesday 13th July


4. Age Reversal
Wednesday 14th September

4. Dogs and their Human Partners!
Wednesday 16th November


Exploring the synergistic benefits of the hound-human relationship. One not to be missed!


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