Food & Mood – Wellington

The Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand is proud to bring together in New Zealand two of the world's leading researchers in the field of Food, Mood, and Nutritional Psychiatry -  Professor Felice Jacka and Professor Julia Rucklidge - over two events (Wellington and Auckland) this coming September.

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Food & Mood – Auckland

The Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand is proud to bring together in New Zealand two of the world's leading researchers in the field of Food, Mood, and Nutritional Psychiatry -  Professor Felice Jacka and Professor Julia Rucklidge - over two events (Wellington and Auckland) this coming September.

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Women, Hormones, Exercise and Health – Christchurch Only

Women’s health is not just about periods and reproduction. Female hormones affect every aspect of health including insulin, muscles, and metabolism. In this one-day workshop, Kira Sutherland and Lara Briden will combine their expertise in sports nutrition and women’s health to bring you a unique look at the specific requirements and recommendations for women in sport and fitness. They’ll present new research as well as insights from their more than 40 years of combined clinical experience. Craig Zielinski will share his practical programming experience for developing total body strength in women.

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