Food - the forgotten medicine
Conference venue: Royal Society of Medicine, 1, Wimpole St, London W1G 0AE.
The first UK conference on food and medicine will review cutting edge evidence to answer questions such as:
What is a healthy diet?
What is the truth behind the fat/sugar media storm?
How can food be used to prevent and treat different problems and diseases?
Does the food is produce affect health?
This is a conference on not only research data, but practical
examples of culinary practices for health used in general practice, care homes, schools and more.
Dame Sally Davies, UK's Chief Medical Officer
Duncan Selbie, Head of Public Health England
Dr Andrew Weil, US holistic health advocate
Professor Bharat Aggarwal, professor of Cancer Medicine (Biochemistry) University of Texas, USA
Conference fee £125 (£75 College of Medicine members; students £50 - 20 tkts)
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