If you’re plant-based or vegan in the UK, you’ve likely heard of Plant Based Health Professionals UK – an ever-growing collective of medical professionals doing their part to inspire change and help vegans all over. From analysing the latest studies and explaining their pros and cons, to recording and sharing talks, discussions and panels on various talks pertaining to health & nutrition, their contribution is hard to ignore.
And so, we at VegfestUK are as ever, proud to announce an entire Saturday of talks & panels, organised and hosted by PBHPUK. Taking place on November 12th in the ‘Nutrition’ talks area at VegfestUK London this year, the following line up is available to anyone attending:
“Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic”, Dr Shireen Kassam
In this talk Dr Kassam will discuss lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic as it relates to the vegan movement, bringing together learning for individual and planetary health and for our animal kin.
“Vegan diets, Lifestyle and Cardiovascular Disease”, Dr Sundhya Raman
An essential guide to optimum cardiovascular health. Which matters more, lifestyle or genetics? Which lifestyle shifts give the biggest returns? How does lifestyle compare with drugs?
“Micronutrients in Health and Disease”, Dr Adigo Atabo
Micronutrient deficiency is widespread in the population. 70 to 90% of us are low in vitamin D, associated with bone fracture, high blood pressure, diabetes, prostate cancer, and more. Vitamin D is just one of dozens of micronutrients. Why is there widespread deficiency, and what can we do about it?
“Eating your Way to Happiness”, Dr Maria Aguirregomozcorta
There are multiple factors that contribute to our mental health and food is one of them. Evidence shows that the food we eat has an effect on how we fee; and a whole food plant-based diet is the most suitable to support our mental health.
“From Fussy Eater to Food Explorer – Usualising and celebrating a plant-based diet with young people”, Joseph Lindo-Davies
After 10 years of delivering food education to over 7000 young people, I have learned that despite many barriers and challenges, they will not only try and eat healthy plant based food, they absolutely love it. Come and find out more about the impact of this essential work on children’s lives.
“Key Dietary Concerns for Vegans” – panel discussion lead by Elena Holmes (Soraya David-Pineda, Julie Stewart, Sue Kenneally)