At Low Carb Down Under we appreciate the trailblazers working hard to support others to find better options for their health. We are very happy to share information on an Australian virtual health summit for women by women. The women’s health summit opens it’s virtual doors over 28th, 29th and 30th May 2021. The Low Carb Lifestyle Long Weekend is in its second year and is the brainchild of Tracey McBeath.
Tracey is a Health and Happiness Coach specialising in helping women to improve their own metabolic health and fitness. Mum to five children, a qualified Personal Trainer and passionate Health Coach, Tracey was inspired by her own dramatic improvement in health that she achieved by following a low carb high fat diet. At around the age of 40 Tracey found she was often tired, couldn’t stop eating and was struggling to lose weight despite following the high carb, low fat dietary guidelines. Blood tests also showed she was very close to becoming pre-diabetic. Through her own research she came across nutrition information by Professor Tim Noakes and soon switched over to low carb eating, which helped her to avoid pre-diabetes and return to full metabolic health.
Melbourne based Tracey founded the Low Carb Lifestyle Long Weekend to help women to see they have the capacity within to live the life they want to live. Tracey said “I am passionate about showing women their own path to good health by working with the mind and body. To me, health is so much more than just not being sick”.
Women’s Health Summit
Friday 28th May to Sunday 30th May 2021
For those interested in or working with women’s health.
Over 35 presentations
Mindfulness and physical activity sessions
Real health success stories
This virtual health summit is for anyone interested in women’s health, particularly those interested in the following topics:
- insulin resistant
- hormonal imbalance
- fatty liver disease
- type 2 diabetes (or pre diabetes)
- high blood pressure
- low energy
- mood swings and irritability
- how to improve overall health
- healthier family foods
- the link between diet and cancer
- type 1 diabetics
- auto immune conditions
- PCOS and endometriosis
- weight loss