Join me in the Food Revolution Summit

I’m inviting you to join me in the Food Revolution.

I participated in this event last year, and I learned soooo much, as well as got incredibly inspired by all the amazing people and the information.

(In fact I was so inspired, that I decided to use a similar slogan for my website: “Heal the body, heal the planet…beginning with food”).

Bestselling author, John Robbins is sharing personal interviews of 23 people who are leaders in movements for healthy, sustainable, humane and delicious food. And you can join in — for free!

(If you don’t know who John Robbins (the host) is, you’ll be so inspired by his story. John Robbins could have inherited the Baskin-Robbins empire. But he walked away from the money and the power. Why? He simply didn’t want to devote his life to selling ice cream after realizing it makes people unhealthy. So he decided to make a change. Over the last 25 years, his books about healthy eating and healthy living (including bestsellers Diet for a New America and The Food Revolution) have sold millions of copies and been translated into more than 30 languages.)

Here is how it works. Every week, the Food Revolution Network hosts three interviews, and sends out a letter with a wealth of up-to-the-minute tools and resources. These tools can help you and your family to thrive and to make a difference in the world.


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If you think you are safe, think again.…

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It’s about greening your entire life and the planet.

The number and enormity of problems facing us today seems insurmountable: sharp health decline of the entire population, lack of money for healthy school lunch programs, broken health system, environmental destruction, social injustice, upcoming energy crisis, and high unemployment.

These issues are pressing, and yet it seems that there is never enough money to fix any of them.

So, if you had a trillion dollars, what would YOU spend it on?…

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If we care about the nutrition that we receive from our food, we absolutely must not ignore the quality of nutrients plants receive from the soil because the quality of the soil in which the plants grow has a huge influence on our health and on the health of the animals that eat those plants.…

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