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Updated 14 October 2015

Noakes Foundation hosts 'Fat Future' banquet

Prof. Tim Noakes, joined by Dr Westman, known for his work on low-carbohydrate nutrition, will share their stories and reveal more on what our 'Fat Future' currently looks like, and ways to change this.

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Hosted by The Noakes Foundation, "Fat Future: A Banquet Fundraiser" takes place on Tuesday 27 October at the Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town.

Change for future generations

This special evening will be the last public talk of the year offered by Prof Noakes. Joined by Dr Westman, known for his work on low-carbohydrate nutrition. They share their stories and reveal more on what our Fat Future currently looks like, and ways to change this for future generations.

In addition, some of the amazing Ocean View programme participants will also share their stories along with Dr Hassina Kajee, the physician running the programme.

Following the recent success of the six-week project in Ocean View, Fat Future – A Noakes Foundation Fundraiser aims to raise R1.5 million to extend the community programme, EAT BETTER SOUTH AFRICA! into Lavender Hill.

All proceeds raised at this event will go to this programme, which is earmarked to commence on 1 November.

Be part of this inspiring initiative, book now at Quicket to reserve a seat or table. There are also limited individual tickets available for those who would like to be seated at the table of Prof Noakes and Dr Westman.

For sponsors, media and donation inquiries contact: info@thenoakesfoundation.org.

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