What the Health? - Obesity: is it your fault?

Join us for Live Life WellThe UK’s best-loved virtual well-being festival, launched in light of COVID-19 to better support the public’s well-being - returns for a second series between the 11th – 13th September 2020.
From the dangers of crash dieting to the effectiveness of exercise, we’ll be breaking down the government’s obesity strategy to explore how you can REALLY make a difference to your health.

Join award-winning journalist Amy Abrahams and nutritional scientist Toral Shah as they investigate the factors for a healthy life and reveal the truths behind the headlines on Covid and weight. Whether it’s the confusion over BMI, the health inequalities in BAME communities or the psychological impact of calories on menus, there’s never been more debate about what good health actually is.

In this talk, we’ll be illuminating the issues to help you feel the most informed. It’s time to rethink what you feel about food and your body.

Toral and Amy are the founders of What The Health? – an events platform created to engage audiences in more honest, accessible and diverse conversations about health and wellbeing. 

This three-day virtual festival from the 11-13thSeptember 2020, will see over 30 expert speakers, campaigners and professionals come together again, to discuss the personal, social and cultural impacts of COVID-19. 

The festival will explore current concerns around mental health, loneliness, career and unemployment, managing our money, child development, self-care and much more, to help provide better access to much needed advice and expertise to support people in these extraordinary times.

Register for your tickets via the website now https://www.livelifewell.uk/live-life-well-weekender-2-0 - only £12 for the whole weekend.

 





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