Round Table: Weight-loss Diets – The Risks and the Myths

Round Table: Weight-loss Diets – The Risks and the Myths

This is an informal meetup where we will explore the good, the bad, the truths and the lies about dieting. This is relevant to all kinds of weight-loss diets, be they low fat, low-carb/ketogenic or whatever.

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In a nutshell, I’ve had great success with my own diet, but there are things I wished I had known before I started and during my own programme –things I would have done differently, had I known better. (Plot Spoiler: Biochemistry tells us most of what we need to know.)

If you have specific goals for weight loss, health and wellness or just trying to decide the right diet for you, this will get you on the right track.

If you are a veteran (ketogenic or otherwise) and want to share your successes and failures with your own diet or health issues you’ve encountered, this is a good opportunity to share your experience.


Stephen M Brown

Stephen B is a coach, author, public speaker and creator of the Post-Modern Diet.
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Thursday, November 17, 2016
6:30 PM til 8:30 PM


  • 6:30 ~ 8:30 PM – Open discussion
  • 8:30 PM – Migrate to Starbucks (Yonge, north of Bloor)┬áto continue the conversations.




Due to space limitations, you must RSVP to attend.

If you want to bring a friend, please have them join the group and RSVP.


Toronto Reference Library, 2nd Floor Group Study Room

789 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M4W 2G8

One block north of Bloor St., on the east side of Yonge. Two-minute walk from Yonge-Bloor subway station.

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Event held in 2nd Floor Group Study Room

Get off the elevator on the second floor and turn right. Look for the glass door to the left of the Copy Centre (north-west corner).

NOTE: Do not ask for the library staff for the event location by name. They have no record of actual events. Study rooms are registered to the presenter by personal name (not the event itself).

Ask the library staff for the location of Group Study Room #2.

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