Event invitation … How fit is your probiotic?

People’s knowledge of gut health, its importance in relation to the immune system and other vital body functions, has undergone a huge change in the last decade. Health-conscious consumers are taking probiotics for a variety of reasons and increasingly looking for clear guidance from Healthcare Practitioners (HCPs) on what’s best. Today, growing numbers of practitioners are seeking scientifically-based probiotic solutions and the demand is rising for probiotics that are truly fit for role.

Discover why it’s important to be armed with the right information & knowledge

Find out why it’s vital to understand the key characteristics and qualities in choosing a science-based probiotic. Join Founder Barry Smith of Biotech Company Symprove, who has been involved in advancing nutritional science for more than 25 years. A natural presenter, Barry’s talk will cover probiotic landscape, formulation and the importance of selecting a science-based probiotic to support healthcare.

In practice

The proof of the pudding is in the eating …. or drinking as in the case of Symprove, and the company are delighted to be joined on the night by Laura Currie, Nutritional Therapist to share her experiences of Symprove and what it means for clients. Dianne Taylor, Nutritionist 4 Your Good Health will also step up and talk about practitioner support offered by the Symprove team, why it’s different visiting Symprove HQ, her journey so far and how practitioners can benefit. There will also be lots of opportunity for questions too.

When and where?

Wednesday, 2 November 6.30-8.30pm, CNM (College of Naturopathic Medicine), London W1, nearest tube Oxford Circus. Practitioners and members of the public all welcome.


You’ll need to register here http://howfitisyourprobiotic.com so you receive a 500ml bottle of Symprove on the night (retails at £19.50) … we need to make sure we bring enough!

We look forward to meeting you on Wednesday.

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