Time: September 18, 2010 from 2pm to 6pm
Location: Location Chermside BCC Library - Meeting Room 1 Hamilton Road, Chermside (8 km north of Brisbane CBD - just off Gympie Road Brisbane
Street: Hamilton Road, Chermside
Website or Map: http://www.meetup.com/rawfood…
Event Type: health, and, wellbeing, seminar, raw, food, group, meeting
Organized By: Rado Trenciansky
Latest Activity: Sep 18, 2010
Fruits are a forbidden food in our society. We have been conditioned to look at fruit as desert, a treat or a sugar filled food, not necessarily good for us when eaten in "excess". Dr. Sandra Tuszynska, a cellular biologist, will set the record straight about fruit consumption. She will debunk the myths and fears associated with eating fruits such as " too much fruit sugar is not good for diabetics" and "citrus acid is bad for your teeth". Sandra will explain the biology of fruit consumption and their value as a staple food in attaining optimum health. She will also discuss the importance of food combining principles which are largely ignored in all diets including many raw food diets. Sandra will bring along copies of her new book called Fruitful Nutrition www.fruitfulnutrition.com, which is an empowering tool for improving our wellbeing. Based on scientific information, it is presented in a language that resonates with our inner wisdom.
About the Author:
Sandra has graduated with 1st class honours in Bachelor of Science in Agriculture at the University of Sydney. She then went on to complete a PhD in environmental cell biology at the University of New South Wales. Sandra continued postdoctoral studies at Rutgers University in the U.S. She has published her findings in renowned international journals.
Throughout her university career she actively researched the effects of foods on our health. Sandra’s biggest passion is in sharing her knowledge with others to help improve their health and wellbeing. She has many years of teaching experience at university level and a diploma in Professional Practice in Adult Learning and Teaching (UNSW). She has presented her teachings in the Perfect Food for Perfect Health course, at the Sydney Vegan Expo, seminars and health retreats. She has authored articles for the Natural Health and Vegetarian Life magazine and has written a book called Fruitful Nutrition.
Sandra’s mission is to bring awareness into our society about the impact of what we eat and how we live on our physical, mental and emotional health as well as our environment.
Approximate finish time is 5.30pm.
Minimum suggested contribution: $10
Raw fruits and vegetables will be provided as a delicious refreshment during the break.
Looking forward to meeting with you
Rado Trenciansky, Organiser and The Team