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Steve Phinney LCHF Seminar

We are very pleased to announce that Steve Phinney, co-author of The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living, and The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance will be holding a seminar here at AUT Millennium on Thursday 28th August, 6.00 – 8.00 pm.

Steve Phinney Please email humanpotentialcentre@aut.ac.nz to register attendance.

The Low Carb High Fat (LCHF) Debate

TV 3's 3rd Degree aired a segment on the increasingly controversial topic of "The Benefits of Saturated Fats". Not surprisingly, as NZ's leading advocate of the Low Carbohydrate High Fat (LCHF) living, Professor Grant Schofield played a major role in the interview. The segment highlights well-founded evidence on the merits of a diet based on the "evolutionary biology and understanding of human metabolism and nutrition".

For the full 3rd Degree interview watch it here.

LCHF Seminar - Challenging Beliefs

A chance to view Professor Schofield and his team at the LCHF seminars held in October 2013.

Click here for the Reading List from the LCHF seminar. LCHF Reading List

About HPC

The Human Potential Centre (HPC), previously known as the Centre for Physical Activity & Nutrition is a multi-disciplinary research group.

Our mission is to enhance the physical health and mental wellbeing of our communities through high quality and innovative research.

The centres success in designing, implementing and evaluating diverse and relevant projects has established the HPC as a leader in New Zealand health research.

Research undertaken by the HPC helps in understanding and improving the socio-ecological determinants of health behaviours and outcomes, and translating enables cutting-edge research to be translated into teaching, community programmes, and policy. We have an excellent track record of postgraduate student success, external competitive funding, published research, and national and international recognition for our work.

Internships at HPC

If you are interested in gaining experience working in our research centre please contact Julia McPhee on jmcphee@aut.ac.nz.

We have several projects running which would provide students with the opportunity to gain knowledge in a variety of research and data collection techniques and to work in an environment that promotes high quality health research experience.

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