Following an interview on a local radio station, Professor Tim Noakes has come under fire for making “false and misleading statements”.
It seems like the Tim Noakes / Health Professions Council of SA has been going on forever, but we finally have a resolution in the matter.
Tim Noakes is offering dietary advice to Julius, who has hit the gym to work on his widening girth. Comrade TIm in the house.
Tim Noakes is back in the headlines, some of the claims he made during a talk yesterday sparking much debate around the country.
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Tim Noakes is in a hotbed of trouble ALL THE TIME and this later disgruntled letter insults his fans, too.
If your idea of a hangover cure is a solid fry up with plenty of meat then look away now – the World Health Organisation is about to really ruin Monday.
You can trust Tim to bring out the jokes – his latest was throwing shade in a speech for the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s health department.
Would you believe us if we said Tim Noakes is courting controversy again? Of course you would, and it seems he is rather unfazed by the attacks on his latest paper.
Open wide professor, there’s a sugar-laden carbfest heading for your piehole. That, and some cauliflower pizza bases, in today’s DIY section.
We know he isn’t one to hold his tongue, but it seems Tim Noakes might have omitted some vital details when penning his latest editorial.
When was the last time you ate a lovely piece of toast and didn’t feel guilt ridden? I know. It’s sad. You can put all the blame on Tim for that one.
One is a diet made famous by a rancorous elder gentleman who refuses to listen to other opinions. The other is the diet of the Zimbabwean president.
Tim Noakes is causing confusion amongst his followers by removing and adding products at whim.
Prof. Tim Noakes and his Real Meal Revolution has seen thousands of South Africans change the way they eat. That’s not to say his ‘healthy eating plan’ has not caused people to question his statements. His colleagues at UCT are the next group to dispute his book.
With the Banting diet taking over the trends of weight loss at the moment, it is only natural that it should come under some rather critical discussion. While Tim has defended his stance, there is more to the debate than meets the eye.
Celebrity Professor Tim Noakes’ popular low-carbohydrate “banting” diet is neither healthier nor better for dropping kilos, according to a Stellenbosch University.
The Health Professions Council of SA (HPCSA) has warned that simply following a high-protein, high-fat and low-carbohydrate diet is not advisable.
Professor Tim Noakes has said in a letter published in the Cape Times today that the theory that blood cholesterol and a high-fat diet are the causes of heart disease will be one of the greatest errors in the history of medicine.