Lessons learnt from the Australian Aboriginals – University of Copenhagen

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Lessons learnt from the Australian Aboriginals

Professor Kerin O’Dea from University of South Australia will be visiting Copenhagen and give a lecture on 'The Paleo Diet and metabolic health: lessons learnt from the Australian Aboriginals'.

Kerin O'Dea's research with nutrition, chronic disease, and the health of Indigenous Australians is renowned nationally and internationally.

On June 7, her talk will be put into the Scandinavian context and the current

Paleo food (stenalderkost) is rich on meat, nuts and regional vegetables, but excludes pasta, cereal, and candy. Photo: Wikicommons.

debate about the The Paleo Diet (Stenalderkost), which mimics the diet of the caveman ancestors, consisting of meats, seafood, vegetables, fruits, and nuts - which some claim to be the healthiest diet of all.

Friday 7 June, 10:00-11:30

Øster Farimagsgade 5, CSS Campus Building 9, second floor, room 9.2.22.