Tuesday 3rd May 2016, 7.00pm, Paleo Cafe, 22 Fernhill Drive, Westgate, Auckland

Grant Schofield is Professor of Public Health, and Director of the Human Potential Centre at AUT Millennium.  His research and teaching interests range from understanding and improving lifestyle behaviours such as sleep, nutrition, and physical activity, to wellbeing epidemiology and human performance.  He maintains a "multi fluency across psychology, physiology, public health, epidemiology, and human performance.


Grant is being hosted by Black Sands Triathlon Club on 3rd May at the new Paleo Cafe in Westgate to share his passion for healthy active lifestyles and his current research and personal experiences around low carb high fat nutrition.


If you are wanting to get more out of your participation in sport, or if you are seeking ways of maintaining a more healthy and active lifetsyle, you'll love this event with Grant.


Make sure you book using the form below as there are only 100 spots available on the night.



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