Live keynote presentations with a managed Q&A towards the end of each session

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Eating healthily for menopause

Dietary changes can really help weight management & symptom control during the perimenopausal years. This session will cover the importance of good blood sugar level control, calcium intake, phytoestrogens and gut health. You can feel better in just 7 days.

How to ‘eat your week’ on a budget

Often we know what we ‘should’ be eating, but find it hard to actually achieve this. The ever increasing price of food is just one of these barriers. This is a practical session on how to get the nutrition you need – without splashing the cash!

Gut bugs – what are they and how can they help us?

The gut microbiome is being mentioned more and more often, in newspapers and magazines and its importance to our health is vast. Learn more about pre and probiotic bacteria, what they are and how to get them.

Weight – the tyre that just won’t shift

I hear you – shifting weight that sits around our middle is hard. Many people complain about this ‘tyre’ and it is not just its effect on our physical health but our self esteem too. Tips and tricks to help shift that weight can be found here!

The sugar slump: How and why and what to do about it

Feel like you just want to sleep after your lunch? Waking up in the middle of the night – no idea why? Likelihood is you have poorly controlled blood sugar levels. There are lots of ways to improve your energy levels through your diet. Easy to ‘digest’ practical tips provided.

The best food choices to enhance your workout

Do you need to have more protein? Do you need to take different vitamins? Find out what good nutrition looks like when you are exercising and how to time your food intake to maximise your strength and activity gains.

Eating well in your 30’s, 40’s and 50’s

Our bodies, lifestyles and minds have different needs at different stages of our lives. Feed your age more effectively and healthily by understanding what you need when.

Food choices to reduce the risk of chronic disease and illness

Research shows that the food choices we make influence our risk of falling ill with the key western world life limiting and changing diseases and illnesses. Learn more about why this is so you can make informed choices for yourself and your family.

Healthy eating: sorting fact from fiction

With so many hacks and fads, diets and advice coming at us from all angles – this session will use the science of research and unbiased knowledge to help you understand what’s what.

Mens health: Reducing the risk of key conditions through diet

Taking the main diseases to affect the male body in the western world, this session will highlight what can work to reduce and increase the risk of contracting these, and how to manage conditions you may already have.