“What’s for dinner?” This simple question is getting harder to answer. We are focussing on food like never before so why are many people finding eating has become a minefield? Inviting friends and family can mean preparing several different dishes for the food intolerant or those who have often radically altered their diet for health reasons.
Is this a sign that something about food has changed or is everyone just getting pickier?
Hear from international experts and trailblazers how to make well-balanced and informed decisions:
Dr Michelle Perro, is an Integrative Paediatrician in the US.
The health of children in America is changing. One out of two children currently have some form of chronic illness. As a physician what I do all day is treat children's intestinal issues, these gut issues are connected to the demise in children's health.
Zen Honeycutt, is a co-founder of the group “Moms Across America”. Her group tested breastmilk and found it was contaminated with the weedkiller Roundup. The highest level of Roundup found was 1600 times greater than the level allowed in European drinking water.
Who should attend?
Anyone who eats, especially those with children.
Date: Thursday 19th March 2015
Time: 6.30 – 8.30pm. Doors open at 6pm
State Library of Victoria - Conference Centre
Village Roadshow Theatrette,
179 La Trobe Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3000
Cost: $25 including free showbag
For more details email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring Fran Murrell 0401 407 944