St Anne’s Society, South of England Branch: Diet, Digestion and Disease

The St Anne’s Society, South of England Branch would like to invite you to join them to learn about how, what and when we eat affects our health and chronic diseases such as type 2 Diabetes and heart disease.

Speakers include;

Adrian de Soto, a current DPhil Student at St Anne’s, who will talk about his research on Ketosis, a natural state induced by fasting which might be therapeutic for various chronic diseases, including diabetes and heart disease.

Dr Diane Ackerley, alumna of the College, who will speak about the ‘microbiome’, the bacteria that live in our guts and have important effects on our health. Is this just the latest fad? Is fibre still the answer? What is the evidence? What should we eat?

Family and friends are very welcome. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements or allergies. There is free parking at the Village Hall, which is fully accessible.

Tickets are £16 and include lunch following the discussion. Please book by Sunday March 22nd
Please book online via Eventbrite using this link:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/diet-digestion-and-disease-tickets-94808644207

 

This event is organised and administered by the St Anne’s Society, South Branch. All data given is therefore outside of St Anne’s College’s remit and control and not viewable by the College. The College holds no liability for any bookings made. Please note if you would like to update your details with College, please email development@st-annes.ox.ac.uk