Northside Conversations: meet David Gillespie

September 21, 2016

She Brisbane and Northside Meetings are delighted to present a series of conversations

Don’t miss this entertaining presentation including morning tea. Seats are strictly limited.

Presented by She Brisbane and Northside Meetings, join David for a conversation about being taken seriously as a lawyer who likes to tread on the toes of other professionals, being qualified to write, popularising complex topics, and the citizen’s right to know.

For nearly ten years, David Gillespie has warned us of the dangers of sugar, and Australia has listened. More recently he has alerted us to the other toxin in our food supply: seed oil. Most processed food – from French fries to yoghurt to spreadable butter – contains one or both of these ingredients, so the question is: how do we eat real food? Expanding on his 2015 bestseller Eat Real Food, David’s latest release, The Eat Real Food Cookbook is your guide to saying ‘no’ to the food the manufacturers want you to eat and ‘yes’ to the sort of food that will help you manage your weight and the long-term health of your family. David is a former corporate lawyer and the best-selling author of the Sweet Poison books, Big Fat Lies, Free Schools and Toxic Oil. He lives in Brisbane with his wife and six children.

David’s books will be on sale at the event.

Date: Sunday 16 October, 2016

Time: 10am
Location: Northside Meetings, 110 Windsor Road, Red Hill.
Cost & booking: $20 Eventbrite (booking fee applies) or Northside Meetings (07) 3368 1088 (no booking fee).

Entry at 9.45am for a  10am start. Please advise of any dietary requirements at the time of booking. Tickets are non-refundable. Ticket purchasers agree to receive future promotional information from She Brisbane and Northside Meetings.

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