Presented by Nick Thompson
BSc (Hons) Path Sci., BVM&S, VetMFHom, MRCVS
Webinar Recording cost is £15.00
Brains, Bowls & Bull
In this webinar Nick discussed
Does food affect behaviour? How?
Does microbiome affect behaviour? How?
Does obesity affect behaviour? How?
What can we learn from human nutrition?
Raw food Reading List
Food, Thyroid & Behaviour
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About the presenter
Nick Thompson is a vet. He has been fighting for responsible, species-appropriate raw food feeding for pets for 25 years. His tireless drive for healthy pets from birth to graceful old age brought him to raw feeding in the mid-1990s.
Nick is Founding President of the international Raw Feeding Veterinary Society (www.rfvs.info) and has co-authored a pioneering worldwide survey of 79 vets and their experiences feeding raw food. He has co-organised international raw food conferences for the RFVS since 2012.
In 1999, Nick established his specialist practice, Holisticvet (www.holisticvet.co.uk). Now based in Corsham, near Bath, he offers homeopathy, natural nutrition and herbal medicine and a lot of good old-fashioned common sense for dogs and horses.
His pet topics are gastroenterology and the microbiome and the misuse of pharmaceuticals in medicine. He loves researching all aspects of human and animal nutrition.
Nick also shares his passion for raw feeding with a nutritional consultancy service to the premier raw pet food companies in the UK and Europe. He has lectured and consulted in Raw Food, Nutrition and Medicine throughout the UK, Eire, Northern Ireland, Finland, Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, the Czech Republic, Belgium and the Netherlands.
Nick is embracing Social Media to spread his message: Facebook: Holisticvet Ltd; FB Public Figure: Dr. Nick Thompson; Instagram: holisticvetuk.
Nick is married to Elly and has two children, Arthur and Ophelia, and lives in Wiltshire, UK with chickens a Snowshoe cat called Ziggy and a Whippet-Italian Greyhound cross (mongrel), Bluebell.
When not trying to convert the world to a species-appropriate diet, Nick runs barefoot, swims and enjoys thinking of new ways to edutain his children.