Lifestyle Medicine has the potential to revolutionise our healthcare system in the South Pacific.
Join us in sparking a movement that will result in lower costs, improved outcomes and enhanced well-being. The South Pacific Society of Lifestyle Medicine is working to treat the root causes of non-communicable diseases.
Upcoming Free Webinar!
"Are Healthy Diets More Expensive?" with Vittoria Pasca
We are delight to be hosting an upcoming webinar with nutritionist and IBLM certified lifestyle medicine professional, Vittoria Pasca. Vittoria practices in Suva, Fiji, and is specialised in vegetarian and sports dietetics. She is a sought after media consultant on food and nutrition in Fiji as well as a regular writer for magazines and blogs (including MAI Life and Fiji Airways inflight magazine). She is the co-founder and coordinator for VegFest Fiji.
In this webinar Vittoria explores the frequent concern that healthy diets are more expensive and provides sound advice for addressing this concern.
Date/Time - Tuesday 24th November at 7:30 pm Fiji time
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Lifestyle Medicine Conference 2021
Watch this space for announcements about our inaugural South Pacific Society of Lifestyle Medicine conference.
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“Lifestyle as medicine has the potential to prevent up to 80% of chronic disease; no other medicine can match that. In addition, it is potentially inexpensive and even cost-saving; free of all but good side effects; safe and appropriate for children and octogenarians alike. It is, quite simply, the best medicine we’ve got.”
David Katz, MD, MPH, FACPM, FACP
Past President, American College of Lifestyle Medicine
Founding Director, Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center