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    Prof Tim Noakes: ‘A Worldwide Nutrition Revolution: What Is Next?’

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    Prof Tim Noakes: ‘A Worldwide Nutrition Revolution: What Is Next?’

    Post by graham64 on Tue Jun 07 2016, 22:16

    ‘A Worldwide Nutrition Revolution: What Is Next?’ is the final presentation given by Professor Tim Noakes at the ‘Low Carb High Fat Convention’ held in Capetown, South Africa in 2015. It has previously not been available to view for free by the public and has been gratefully provided to us by the Real Meal Revolution team  for a limited time. Special thanks to Jonno Proudfoot and Karen Thomson.

    http://www.lowcarbdownunder.com.au/tim-noakes-video/


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    Re: Prof Tim Noakes: ‘A Worldwide Nutrition Revolution: What Is Next?’

    Post by Derek on Sun Jun 12 2016, 20:18

    Thanks Graham, I enjoyed listening to his presentation last night, really gripping and insightful.
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    @graham64 wrote:‘A Worldwide Nutrition Revolution: What Is Next?’ is the final presentation given by Professor Tim Noakes at the ‘Low Carb High Fat Convention’ held in Capetown, South Africa in 2015. It has previously not been available to view for free by the public and has been gratefully provided to us by the Real Meal Revolution team  for a limited time. Special thanks to Jonno Proudfoot and Karen Thomson.

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    Re: Prof Tim Noakes: ‘A Worldwide Nutrition Revolution: What Is Next?’

    Post by graham64 on Sun Jun 12 2016, 21:40

    @Derek wrote:Thanks Graham, I enjoyed listening to his presentation last night, really gripping and insightful.
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    Hi Derek, It is an excellent video and being a diabetic Tim Noakes understands from his own personal experience just how useless today's dietary guidelines are, he's built up quite a large following in South Africa much to the dismay of the SA dietitians association.



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    Re: Prof Tim Noakes: ‘A Worldwide Nutrition Revolution: What Is Next?’

    Post by Derek on Mon Jun 13 2016, 16:05

    Hi Graham, I put the link on dcuk where I post as lindisfel.ATB Derek
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    Re: Prof Tim Noakes: ‘A Worldwide Nutrition Revolution: What Is Next?’

    Post by graham64 on Mon Jun 13 2016, 21:35

    @Derek wrote: Hi Graham, I put the link on dcuk where I post as lindisfel.ATB  Derek

    Nice one Derek it's an excellent presentation by Tim Noakes and worth sharing Very Happy



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    Re: Prof Tim Noakes: ‘A Worldwide Nutrition Revolution: What Is Next?’

    Post by chris c on Wed Jun 15 2016, 00:10

    Agreed. He is a bigger man in my estimation because reality caused him to do a 180 on his previous beliefs. Would that more people would admit they were wrong before harming others.

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