Steve Phinney seminar in Auckland this Thursday

Final reminder and last call – This is ALMOST full.  We can take 200 or so and we have 160 registered.  Dr Phinney is the medical and scientific  guru of low carb nutrition.  Right here in Auckland this Thursday evening.  Don’t miss out.  Details below.

Steve Phinney seminar

Dr Steve Phiney, the LCHF guru, will be visiting our research centre and doing a public presentation on the evening of Thursday August 28th. We will focus the session on both health AND sport and endurance performance. Places will be limited to 100 – please register your interest with us by email hcentrem@aut.ac.nz with “Steve Phiney rego” in the subject line.

We are going to ask for $5-10 donations on the night to help cover costs.

Dr Phiney is the co-author of best sellers and highly useful books — The art and science of low carbohydrate living, and the Art and science of low carbohydrate performance – click here for more.

Here’s a recent lecture by Dr Phiney on “The art and science of nutritional ketosis

Full details again in the flyer – click below

Steve Phinney seminar

Author: Prof. Grant Schofield

I am Grant Schofield, Professor of Public Health at Auckland University of Technology and director of the university's Human Potential Centre (HPC) located at the Millennium Campus in Auckland, New Zealand. My research and teaching interests are in wellbeing and chronic disease prevention especially reducing the risk and eventual mortality and morbidity from obesity, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes. I live by the motto "be the best you can be" and have a strong commitment to peak performance in which I also do consulting work. I’ve been interested in human health and performance for my whole career. I started in psychology, went into sport and exercise psychology, then into public health, especially physical activity, then obesity. There have been some twists and turns along the way, which are the reasons for why I do what I do – you can read about those in my first blog entry. I want to know how we can be the best we can be. This crosses disciplines such as biology, medicine, pubic health, and productivity management. The cornerstones are nutrition, exercise, sleep, neuroscience, psychology and wellbeing. In my blog, I cover these topics under the broad heading of the Science of Human Potential.

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