There are over 50 names for sugar sprinkled liberally throughout our food supply. Does this mean we’re consuming sugar without even realising it? What are we actually talking about when we say ‘sugar’? Is there good sugar and bad sugar or are all sugars a sweet poison? Is sugar addictive? Do we really need to quit sugar or is the anti-sugar bandwagon just another fad? This workshop puts sugar under the microscope and explains the science behind the saccharides.
During this 80 minute workshop you will discover:
- The 50+ different names for sugar!
- When is sugar not sugar?
- Why are doctors calling sugar ‘the new boooze’?
- Is sugar or fat the main culprit in the obesity epidemic? Or both?
- What are the new WHO (World Health Organisation) sugar consumption guidelines?
- How to calculate your daily sugar intake.
- How do different sugars affect the brain?
Dr Helena Popovic is a medical doctor, leading authority on how to improve brain function, international speaker and best-selling author. Since graduating from the University of Sydney in 1995 she has been paving the way for a new paradigm in peak health for peak performance. Helena is unique in bringing the latest discoveries in brain science to the field of weight management and she is the author of two books: In Search of My Father and NeuroSlimming – let your brain change your body. Her philosophy is that education is more powerful than medication and she believes in slow ageing despite fast living. She runs her ground-breaking NeuroSlimming retreats throughout Australia and New Zealand including at Golden Door.
Add this workshop to your stay for only $75 per person.
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