Dr. Simon Thornley Lecture On The 2012 Low Carb Down Under Tour

Dr. Simon Thornley, an epidemiologist from the University of Auckland in New Zealand ( www.fmhs.auckland.ac.nz ), exposes the flaws that are in modern nutritional science and how much of it is based on personal bias rather than what the data is showing. This snippet of his talk comes from the Sydney, Australia meeting on Saturday, November 24, 2012. Video courtesy of Jimmy Moore from www.livinlavidalowcarb.com who also attended and spoke at this event. Learn more about the Low Carb Down Under Tour here: www.lowcarbdownunder.com.au
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The ‘D is for Donkey’ Tour covers diets, de-worming and daily checks for your donkey

The ‘D is for Donkey’ Tour covers diets, de-worming and daily checks for your donkey
Healthy Diet Tips
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Free donkey care workshop in Cwmbran
PRESS RELEASE from The Donkey Sanctuary
25 April 2011, 15.28pm

A FREE donkey care workshop run by international animal welfare charity The Donkey Sanctuary is being held at Greenmeadow Community Farm in Cwmbran on Thursday 23rd June from 10am-4pm.

The charity is inviting local donkey owners or anyone who is thinking of owning a donkey to come along and spend a day on The ‘D is for Donkey’ Tour, which covers diets, de-worming and daily checks.

The tour will be delivered by experts from the charity, which helps hundreds of thousands of donkeys and mules every year through 29 countries worldwide.

Ben Hart, the Sanctuary’s donkey care training manager, says: “We’ve all heard the old adage ‘you are what you eat’, but have you ever stopped to think exactly how this may also be true for your donkey?

“Join us for more practical tips on feeding, and learn how to create the correct diet for your donkey. We’ll also be looking at parasite control including de-worming, pasture management and learning how to assess your donkey’s health and manage his daily care.”

These hands-on, practical and interactive workshops are FREE and have proven extremely popular in previous years so early booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.

The Donkey Sanctuary also runs a foster scheme which gives fit and healthy donkeys and mules the chance to experience the individual care and attention that comes from being part of a loving home.

If you think you would like to attend one of the workshops or think that you could provide a home for a pair of donkeys or mules please call the Welfare and Advice team at The Donkey Sanctuary on 01395 578222 for details.

ENDS

About The Donkey Sanctuary
The Donkey Sanctuary aims to protect donkeys and mules and promote their welfare worldwide.

The charity was founded by Dr Elisabeth Svendsen M.B.E. in 1969 and has since provided a sanctuary for life to more than 14,500 donkeys and mules in the UK, Ireland and Mainland Europe.

It alleviates the suffering of working donkeys in developing countries and has major projects in Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Kenya and Mexico where donkey welfare is improved through education and veterinary work.

The charity relies entirely on donations to continue its vital work in 29 countries worldwide. For further information telephone: 01395 578222, view www.thedonkeysanctuary.org.uk or visit the charity’s headquarters near Sidmouth in Devon (open 365 days/free admission).

The ‘D is for Donkey’ Tour covers diets, de-worming and daily checks for your donkey

The ‘D is for Donkey’ Tour covers diets, de-worming and daily checks for your donkey
Healthy Diet Tips
Image by Donkey Sanctuary Press Images
FREE DONKEY CARE WORKSHOP IN LEEDS
PRESS RELEASE from The Donkey Sanctuary
25 April 2011, 15.05pm

A FREE donkey care workshop run by international animal welfare charity The Donkey Sanctuary is being held at a donkey-riding centre in Eccup on Saturday 7th May from 10am-4pm.

The charity is inviting local donkey owners or anyone who is thinking of owning a donkey to come along and spend a day on The ‘D is for Donkey’ Tour, which covers diets, de-worming and daily checks.

The tour will be delivered by experts from the charity, which helps hundreds of thousands of donkeys and mules every year through 29 countries worldwide.

Ben Hart, the Sanctuary’s donkey care training manager, says: “We’ve all heard the old adage ‘you are what you eat’, but have you ever stopped to think exactly how this may also be true for your donkey?

“Join us for more practical tips on feeding, and learn how to create the correct diet for your donkey. We’ll also be looking at parasite control including de-worming, pasture management and learning how to assess your donkey’s health and manage his daily care.”

These hands-on, practical and interactive workshops are FREE and have proven extremely popular in previous years so early booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.

The Donkey Sanctuary also runs a foster scheme which gives fit and healthy donkeys and mules the chance to experience the individual care and attention that comes from being part of a loving home.

If you think you would like to attend one of the workshops or think that you could provide a home for a pair of donkeys or mules please call the Welfare and Advice team at The Donkey Sanctuary on 01395 578222 for details.

ENDS

NOTES TO EDITOR
For an interview, further information or images, please contact The Donkey Sanctuary press office on 01395 573097/573014 or mobile 07970 92777/07912 390143 or press.office@thedonkeysanctuary.org.uk

About The Donkey Sanctuary
The Donkey Sanctuary aims to protect donkeys and mules and promote their welfare worldwide.

The charity was founded by Dr Elisabeth Svendsen M.B.E. in 1969 and has since provided a sanctuary for life to more than 14,500 donkeys and mules in the UK, Ireland and Mainland Europe.

The Donkey Sanctuary supports projects to relieve the suffering of donkeys in 29 countries worldwide, including sanctuaries across Europe and major projects in Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Kenya and Mexico, where donkey welfare is improved through community education and veterinary work.

For further information telephone: 01395 578222, view www.thedonkeysanctuary.org.uk or visit the charity’s headquarters near Sidmouth in Devon (open 365 days/free admission).

Prevention Magazine’s First-Ever Take Charge Tour Rolls into Chicago with Olympian Dara Torres, Journalist Hoda Kotb …

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COMMUNITY BRIEFS
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Youth soccer clinic with Chivas USA makes stop at Kentwood Elementary School
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