Dr Tim Spector – How to Eat Well for Life | How To Academy

Tue, 8 October 2024

7:30 pm - 8:45 pm BST

Dr Tim Spector – How to Eat Well for Life

Bestselling Author and Founder of ZOE

The original pioneer of microbiome research and one of the world’s top 100 most cited scientists, Dr Tim Spector joins us to share his groundbreaking advice for transforming the way you eat.

In: 30 plants a week. Out: Calorie counting.

In: Fermenting. Out: Ultra-processed foods.

But, how?

Prof. Tim Spector returns to How To Academy with the answers. One of the world’s leading research scientists as well as a medical doctor, Tim has dedicated his life to the science of nutrition and helped transform our understanding of gut-health.

Join the author of the bestsellers including Spoon-Fed and Food for Life and the founder of the groundbreaking personalised nutrition organisation ZOE as he explores how to adapt to a gut-friendly way of eating that increases plant diversity and sets you on a path for a healthier life.

Go with your gut. Join the food revolution.

Every ticket to this live event includes a copy of Tim Spector’s new book, The Food For Life Cookbook: 100+ Recipes Created with ZOE (RRP £28).

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Tim Spector

Professor of Epidemiology, King’s College

Tim Spector, MD, is Professor of Epidemiology at King’s College London. He is the bestselling author of The Diet Myth, Spoon-Fed and Food for Life and scientific co-founder of ZOE, the nutrition science company. With a focus on cutting-edge science and honoured with an OBE for his impactful work in fighting Covid-19, Tim stands at the forefront of his field. The original pioneer of microbiome research, he is among the top 100 most cited scientists in the world.