Going Plant-Based, Session IV: Micronutrients

This is the fourth session of a talk series covering the importance of getting your high plant-based diet right. We will be covering the most important pieces of knowledge from understanding proteins, fats and carbs right through to minerals and vitamins which usually turn to be a bit of a challenge for people starting off with a plant-based diet.

Talk 4 & 5: Micronutrients

Learn about the standard pitfalls for people switching to plant-based when it comes to micronutrients. Just sticking to vegetables will not do the trick! Learn which adaptions need to be made to lead a healthy lifestyle without developing deficiencies over time. Focus: Calcium, Iron, B12 and more.

We will cover the importance each of the addressed nutrients plays towards better health and wellness, how to source these nutrients from your food, and when and how to supplement where necessary. This talk is a must-listen for everyone who is plant-based or interested in learning how to safely make the transition in the future. Your health is your number 1 priority – join us to learn how to put you first!

The talks are designed to give you an overall base of knowledge and put the power to control your health in your hands. You can join for all 5 sessions for a concession price or join in for just the talks you feel you would like to learn more about.

“Education is better than any meal plan! Meal plans only last as long as you use them… and afterwards – then what? Only education helps with a long-term change”

Plant Physique Addington 
5/44 Clarence Street South Addington

July 21st – Protein
July 28th – Fats 
4th August- Carbs
11th August – Micronutrients 1
18th August – Micronutrients 2

Begin: 7:30
Duration: approx. 45 minutes with Q&A


The event is finished.


Aug 11 2020


7:30 pm - 8:30 pm


Plant Physique
Unit 5/Clarence Street South, Addington, Christchurch
Sabrina Rentzschke


Sabrina Rentzschke

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