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Bring Back the Fat—Launceston
Speaking Event - Christine Cronau, Dr Aseem Malhotra, Dr Gary Fettke, Dr Maryanne Demasi.
Keto diet myths busted! 
Not getting results on keto, paleo or low carb? Think it just doesn't work for you? Learn why many women especially fail to lose when they first go low carb - and what do do about it.

Professor Tim Noakes called them the "LCHF A-team". Hear experts share their nutrition secrets and learn how you can enjoy the food you love and lose weight. If you have questions about weight, insulin resistance, high cholesterol and more, this seminar is for you!

Join us at Bring Back the Fat 2019: Speaking Truth to Power - Challenging Beliefs and Changing Lives.



Dr Aseem Malhotra
One of the most well-known and influential cardiologists internationally, who has been instrumental in the campaign against excess sugar consumption and speaking out about the myths surrounding dietary fat consumption. International bestselling author of the Pioppi diet.

Christine Cronau
Keto Nutritionist, with a Master’s in Public Health Nutrition, and bestselling Author of Bring Back the Fat, The Fat Revolution, and The Fat Revolution Cookbook. Christine’s brand new book Bring Back the Fat Cookbook—Easy Keto in 30 Minutes or Less will be launched at the event.

Dr Gary Fettke
Tasmanian Orthopaedic surgeon with a longstanding interest in the preventative aspects of health outcome and particularly before surgery. He is, and always has been, a ‘loud’ advocate for public health and prevention. As a cancer survivor, he saw the benefits of reducing sugar and processed carbohydrates in his own health, and started to share the information, in broad principles, with his patients. His open nutritional advice on healthy eating came under investigation by AHPRA after anonymous vexatious notifications by dieticians and he was effectively silenced, unable to speak to his patients or the public about nutrition. Very recently, AHPRA dropped all charges against Dr Fettke and apologised for the ‘errors made in dealing with the notification.’ *Only in Launceston!

Dr Maryanne Demasi (MC)
Medical scientist and award-winning investigative reporter, well-known for her expose into Statins on ABC Catalyst, winning numerous prizes for her work including the National Press Club of Australia in health journalism.


Date and Time

Saturday 23 March
1pm to 5.30pm
Arrival and registration from 12pm

Contact Details:

Randall Cronau, phone 0450 060 635,

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