Thursday 5 March 2020
Consultants from King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Royal Free Hospital NHS Foundation Trust are pleased to invite General Practitioners to a FREE event on Lifestyle Medicine for Preventing and Treating Chronic Disease.
Wednesday 29th April 2020
The importance of lifestyle medicine as a tool for preventing and reversing chronic disease is coming to the forefront of clinical practice. Diet and nutrition are an important aspect of lifestyle medicine, yet medical, nursing and allied health professionals are poorly equiped to use nutrition in clinical practice.
This event will provide the basics of why and how predominately plant-based diets are a key to the practice of lifestyle medicine. The science and practical aspects of nutrition will be covered. In addition, the role of commuity organisations and how to get involved in the lifestyle movement as a student will be discussed.
This event is brought to you by Plant-based health professionals UK, a non-profit organisation whose mission is to provide evidence-based education on whole food plant-based nutrition. We are volunteer-run and our team work within the NHS in the UK.
Wednesday 29th April 2020
Dr Michael Greger is best known for his non-profit website nutritionfacts.org, which provides evidence-based information on healthy diets for the prevention and treatment of chronic disease. He is author of the best selling book ‘How Not to Die’. He has now written a second book called ‘How Not to Diet’ and he will be summarising the finding of the book at this event. There will also be the opportunity to get your own book signed by Dr Greger.
How Not to Diet: Evidence-Based Weight Loss
Dr. Greger has scoured the world’s scholarly literature and developed this new presentation based on the latest in cutting-edge research based on his new book How Not to Diet. He will touch on the 17 ingredients to the optimal weight loss diet and cover some fo the 21 tricks and tweaks for fast-tracking weight loss, which include specific foods that can double as fat blockers and fat burners, starch blockers and appetite suppressants.
February 1st 2020
This maiden event showcases the best of plant-powered living and features the latest plant-based products on the market as well as the projects and people that are making the changes at the cutting edge of plant-powered living.
Taking place on February 1st-2nd 2020 at Olympia London, Plant Powered Expo welcomes people from all walks of life with an emphasis on healthy living and feelgood factor, balanced with practical, affordable and environmentally responsible lifestyle choices.
The show dates and the location – the iconic Olympia National – guarantee a fresh dynamic crowd hungry for new plant-based options and excited to be a part of the growing plant powered revolution. Join us at this groundbreaking event along with the movers and shakers from the plant powered community and access the fastest growing lifestyle choice in the UK.