Food Intolerances in Adults and Children
February 22-23, 2020
Food allergies and intolerances are often seen in the TCM practice. With the overwhelming amount of information today regarding food, there are different opinions about food, health and the environment. As a result, people get confused about what they should eat for their health and also how to get rid of problems such as allergies and intolerances.
Dr. Yang will compare and discuss these issues using modern and conventional perspectives and facts. She will analyze the syndromes, and introduce herbs and formulas for treatment. She will also give dietary advice with cooking tips to help patients to prevent or recover from food allergies and intolerances.
The topic for the first day of the seminar is food allergies and intolerances in adults and treatment with Chinese herbal medicine, prevention, and dietary advice. On the second day, the topic will be extended to the treatment of children with Chinese herbs, dietary advice and baby massage tips.
Children, especially babies, grow quickly. The foods they eat, as well as their digestive abilities and daily activities are different than adults. Thus, children exhibit special characteristics in syndromes of food allergies and intolerances than adults. Dr. Yang addresses that their physiological and pathological features in different periods of development should be understood and seriously considered in treatment. In this seminar, Dr. Yang will analyze the most common syndromes in children and give treatment and dietary advice. As a doctor who is experienced in the treatment of children, she will give tips, warnings and cautions that will be very useful in your daily practice.
Course language: English
Information ABOUT THE SeminarS
Our seminars take place from 09:00 to 17:00 (unless otherwise stated). Starting at 08:30 there will be coffee and croissants available for participants. Lunch time is from 12:30-13:30, and lunch is included.
For each seminar day, 7 training hours of 60 minutes will be awarded (unless otherwise stated).
LIAN CHINAHERB AG, Fürtistrasse 7, 8832 Wollerau, Switzerland
In order to cover LIAN's expenses for the preparation of courses (administration, reservations, fees, etc.), we have to apply the following rules regarding the cancellation of booked courses:
- For cancellations or changes to bookings before the start of the course, a processing fee of CHF 50.- will be charged. Course fees already paid will be refunded less the processing fee.
- If the course has already begun, refund of the course fee is not possible. Reimbursement of fees is only possible for health reasons, or in emergencies.
Thank you for your understanding.