Live, in-person IHCAN Conferences
are back!

Saturday 26 March 2022, 155 Bishopsgate, London

 

 

 

 

 

 

Live, in-person IHCAN Conferences
are back!

Saturday 26 March 2022, 155 Bishopsgate, London

 

 

 

 

BOOK YOUR
PLACE

 
EXPERT SPEAKERS

 
CPD ACCREDITED

 
LARGE EXHIBITION

20
EXHIBITORS EACH

5+ 
CPD HOURS EACH


EXPERT SPEAKERS

Three

Expert Speakers


 

Three course

Gluten-free lunch


 

Thirty

Exhibitors


 

4.5

CPD hours/points


 

Always one of our most entertaining and popular speakers, we’re delighted to welcome back Dr Malcolm Kendrick. 

Dr Kendrick has a long-term fascination with the epidemiology of cardiovascular disease. He has published widely on many topics, and wrote the best-selling The Great Cholesterol Con, and more recently Doctoring Data. He lectures widely on a range of medical topics, and is a member of The International Network of Cholesterol Skeptics (THINCS) a group of scientists and researchers who share the belief that cholesterol levels have no effect on cardiovascular disease.

 

 

 

‘The enduring mystery of heart disease – The Clot Thickens’

For over 150 years there has been a contender to the dominance of the hypothesis that cholesterol is the tried and convicted cause of heart disease.

Mostly, this alternative theory has been a ghost in the machine, while billions are spent each year on lowering cholesterol with diet and drugs.

Only glimpsed in the shadows. It is most commonly known as the thrombogenic hypothesis (thrombo = clotting genic/genesis = the cause of).

It simply states that cardiovascular disease represents blood clotting – gone wrong. That the thickenings/plaques that we see narrowing arteries and leading to heart attacks and strokes represent remnants of previous blood clots. Often growing one on top of another, until they are big enough to cause real harm.

Dr Kendrick, author of “The Clot Thickens”, will present the evidence to support the “new” hypothesis – accumulated over 30 years of investigation – and explains the thrombogenic process and what to do about it,

About Dr Malcolm Kendrick

Malcolm graduated from Aberdeen University, and trained and worked as a General Practitioner. He now lives and works as a GP in Cheshire. He has a long-term fascination with the epidemiology of cardiovascular disease. He has published widely on many topics, and wrote the best-selling The Great Cholesterol Con, and more recently Doctoring Data. He lectures widely on a range of medical topics, and is a member of The International Network of Cholesterol Skeptics (THINCS) a group of scientists and researchers who share the belief that cholesterol levels have no effect on cardiovascular disease. His blog is drmalcolmkendrick.org

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About Chris Newbold

Chris is an experienced nutritional therapist who worked in the NHS for 12 years before retraining in naturopathic Nutrition. Utilising his wide variety of healthcare experience, he ran a busy clinic in Birmingham, working with clients with a range of complex disorders.

Final speaker to be confirmed

Exhibitors include:

  • Boley Nutraceuticals
  • Hifas Da Terra UK
  • Invivo Clinical 
  • New Leaf S.L
  • Pharma Nord
  • The Natural Dispensary
  • Vitae Health Innovation

More to be confirmed in the coming weeks.

We’re still working on this year’s menu, but to give you a taster, here’s what was served last year:

All food served is gluten and dairy-free. 

The Energiser Breakfast

Assortment of gluten-free breads, pickles, sea salt butter
Wood platter of charcuterie and breakfast cheeses
Gluten-free, vegan muesli and granola
Fruit greek yogurts, toasted seeds and chia seeds
Sliced seasonal fruit
Selection of freshly blended juices
Lavazza coffee, Taylor’s English and herbal teas

The mid-morning break will have chef’s choice savoury snacks and smoothies.

Lunch

Glazed orange and thyme chicken with roasted root vegetables
Roasted fillet of sea bass, niçoise salad, lemon oil
Vegan Thai red curry with cauliflower and potato served with sticky rice
Vegan caramelized apple and berry crumble with toasted seeds

The afternoon break will have the chefs choice of sweet bites and fruit smoothies.

COVID-19 information

Whilst we are all looking forward to returning to live events, we will still be taking precautions to ensure everyone at the event is safe. There will be extra cleaning in place, and hand sanitiser stations around the venue.

The venue will not have any restrictions in place; however, we will be keeping as much space between stands and seating areas as possible. Face masks are not a requirement put in place by the venue, but this is a personal choice for each individual.

 

 

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