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last Saturday of every month, at lunchtime, you can find us at:-
The Advent Centre,
39 Brendon Street,
London W1 (Corner of Crawford Place and Brendon Street)
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Walter J. Veith - Ph.D.
Association With Leaves Of Life Presents
New Beginning" Health Series
16 - Saturday 30 June 2001, 7.30PM to 9PM (Except Thursdays). Venue: Advent
Centre, 39 Brendon Street, W1.
17 June 2001, 10am to 6 pm. Venue Advent Centre.
suite. All those interested in promoting, administering and maintaining health,
Leaves Of Life will be holding a healthy living festival.
Stalls/food/books/audio & video cassettes/cooking demos/ health
checks/lectures from various practitioners in the field of health.
Fee: Freewill donations will be accepted.
fees will be used to support worldwide alternative health clinics)
Living Festival - Sunday 17 June 2001
Walter J. Veith - Ph.D.
Lifestyle & Udderly Amazing. Monsters In Our Diet.
Williams - B.A., MSBH, MSc
Management Strategies - Body & Mind
Aquah - BDS., MSc
behind the growing use of prescription & non prescription drugs
Clemency Mitchell - M.B., ChB, MRC, GP
Natural Remedies - Body Boosters
Mendosa - BSc. (Hons), MSc, MNIMH
healing - Receiving Wide Acceptance
Naomi Modeste - BSc., MPH, Dr. Ph.
woman's guide to total health
Brian - RN PSY Sn, Ch.Dip.Mph
Groggy - Detox For Greater Vitality
In the last 10
years, Professor Walter Veith has lectured extensively internationally to large
and enthusiastic listeners, including countries in Europe, Africa, and North America. He is a zoologist and dynamic health lecturer covering
areas such as The effect of diet and nutrition on health and disease
- how is osteoporosis really caused? can a vegan vegetarian
lifestyle provide all your nutritional needs? how much protein does one
Professor Walter Veith obtained his doctorate in
zoology from the University of Cape Town in 1979. He is currently professor in
the zoology department of the University of the Western Cape, South Africa.
Professor Veith's research field is nutritional physiology and his research
concentrates on the affect of modern animal husbandry on the incidence of
disease transferral to man. This highly controversial topic is of vital
significance in view of the increase in epidemics and diseases such as Mad Cows
Disease. His research concentrates on degenerative diseases caused by incorrect
nutrition and particularly diseases such as osteoporosis, arthritis and cancer.
But he is also concerned about the impact of the use of antibiotics in producing
a new breed of antibiotic-resistant bacteria which are causing food poisoning
epidemics around the world. Professor Veith and his team have presented numerous
lectures on the topic. Their research has been presented at international
conferences on nutrition and disease, and their findings have proved that diet
impacts directly on numerous degenerative diseases. Professor Veith is one of
only 5 scientists in South Africa honoured with the Royal Society London Grant
for (RDP) the Reconstruction and Development Program to establish a research
climate in post-apartheid South Africa. Professor Veith has written a number of
books on the above topics, and is a world-renowned speaker and scientist.
His book, Diet and Health, (in which latest insights including his own research are presented) is
published by the prestigious scientific publisher: Stuttgart Scientific
Publishers (Stuttgart Wissenschaftlicher Verlag), which publishes books for the
medical profession and the pharmaceutical industry and is available on the
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