Supporting Immunity (or staying well) is perhaps more important this winter than in previous years? While we can’t always prevent illness, we can try to increase our resistance to illness, to get over illnesses more quickly.
This talk will be a very simple outline of the immune system and what can ‘wear it down’. What things in our diet and lifestyle can create issues that impact our immunity? We will address these dietary and lifestyle measures and get suggestions and solutions to make the, often small, changes needed to better support our immunity.
We will look at the best foods to support immunity, and have some recipes and suggestions for their inclusion into your diet. As well, we will look at some nutrients and herbal medicines that you may have questions about?
This free talk, on Saturday the 30th May at 10am, will go for around 1 to 1.5 hours and it would be great to see you there!
**This class will be delivered online in Term 2, using the Zoom video platform. To take part, you will need to download and install Zoom from the internet, and set up a free ‘basic’ account. NSCC uses platforms that we trust, but we encourage you to be aware of computer safety and protect your personal information when using the internet.
Sue Stevens is a fully qualified naturopath, nutritionist, herbalist and massage therapist and has been working in the complementary health field since 1992. In that time, Sue has worked with 1000’s of people in her clinic, helping them towards their health goals. Sue has completed a Masters in Nutrition and now teaches at several nutrition and naturopathic colleges. Sue finished her Diploma of Remedial Massage in 1992 and graduated with Diplomas of Herbal Medicine, Nutrition, Homoeopathy in 1998. She upgraded to Advanced Diplomas of Nutrition and Naturopathy in 2012. In 2013 Sue enrolled in the master’s Human Nutrition at Deakin University which she completed in 2019. Sue is now enrolled in the Bachelor with Honours in Medicine Management in Complementary Medicine at the University of Tasmania. She has been teaching at Nature Care College since 2008 and Endeavour College since 2013 and in 2019 at the Australian College of Natural Therapies ACNT, in the nutritional and herbal medicine departments, helping to shape the next generation of natural therapists. Sue draws on many years of experience, knowledge and industry leading technology to test and measure patient’s health, which assist her in highlighting areas that are out of balance and work towards a resolution. Sue integrates standard and functional pathology alongside naturopathic philosophy, and uses food as medicine and dietary solutions along with supplements, herbal medicine and lifestyle suggestions to change achieve health and balance.