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An Evening with Dr Joel Fuhrman

September 27th 2018, King’s College Hospital, London 6-9pm

Title: Advances in Nutritional Science to Slow Aging, Prevent Cancer, Strokes and Dementia

This lecture reviews the basic principles of longevity science and the scientific evidence showing we can win the war on cancer right now, with adherence to a diet-style rich in anti-cancer phytochemicals; which also prevents against dementia.  Applied as a therapeutic modality, a Nutritarian diet effectively reduces weight, blood pressure, and reverses type 2 diabetes as well as most autoimmune diseases.

Learning Objectives

  1. Use Nutrient per Calorie Density to structure dietary recommendations and understand how nutritional science can impact the aging process and prevent disease
  2. Understand the differences between various high-carbohydrate foods that affects their influence on health.
  3. Identify foods that positively and negatively affect hormones that contribute to disease and premature aging.
  4. Identify the foods with the most powerful effects to prevent cancer and how to incorporate those foods into one’s dietary portfolio

Joel Fuhrman Biography

Tickets

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Kim Williams Objectives-Outline_Taking the Die out of Diet

Kim Williams biography

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programme

Speaker biographies

Pictures from the Conference

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