Virtual lecture with Tim Spector: why almost everything we have been told about food is wrong
In this online event Tim Spector debunks food myths, encouraging us to rethink our whole relationship with food.
Is salt really the enemy? Is all processed food bad for us? Does red meat give you cancer?
Join us on Tuesday 22 September at 7pm to hear Tim Spector's virtual lecture, Spoon-Fed.
Tim Spector reveals why almost everything we have been told about food is wrong. He questions every diet plan, official recommendation, miracle cure or food label we encounter, and encourages us to rethink our whole relationship with food.
You won't need a microphone or webcam to join, just a keyboard to type your questions for Tim.
The event is available globally. If you are joining us from outside the United Kingdom, please use this time zone converter to check your local live streaming time.
7pm BST | 11am PDT | 2pm EDT
About the speaker
Tim Spector is a professor of genetic epidemiology at King’s College London. He is a multi-award-winning expert in personalised medicine and the gut microbiome, and has played a pivotal role in the fight against COVID-19 by supporting the NHS with the creation of a COVID-19 Tracker App.
How to book:
This BBC Science Focus Magazine LIVE virtual event costs £10. Click here to book now.
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Event itinerary and information:
When: Tuesday 22 September 2020, 7pm–8pm (British Summer Time)
Where: Live on GOTOWEBINAR. Once you book you'll receive an automatically generated email with all information you need to join us virtually on the night.
Duration: 60 minutes, including a 30-minute talk from Tim followed by a live Q&A session.