Although we often can't control external events and the stressful situations we're exposed to, we can support our own responses to them. This means building up our physical and psychological resilience to stress and doing what we can to mitigate its effects on our body and mind.

In this lecture, Jodie will explain how stress affects the body on a physiological level, including its effect on sex hormones, digestion and sleep, and how this can produce psychological effects. She'll share practical ways you can support the body to dial down stress through some simple nutrition tweaks and lifestyle practices.

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JODIE ABRAHAMS

Meet your speaker

Jodie specialise's in women's health and has 3 years' training in naturopathic nutrition. Her particular area of interest is how food and lifestyle affect hormones and everything they impact on - including emotions, moods, energy levels and cycles.

Often, longstanding symptoms are closely linked with external and environmental factors. As well as how and what we eat, these can include the quality of our sleep, emotional stress, our home or work environments and the ways we move our bodies.

Jodie holds a Diploma in Nutritional Therapy from the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London and is a Registered Nutritional Therapist working one to one with clients providing personalised nutrition and lifestyle recommendations.

Jodie is also a BANT Registered Nutritionist, delivering talks and workshops and writing on nutrition for a range of audiences and publications.

jodieabrahams.com