Sunday, 28 April 2013

Food Revolution Summit 2013

Have you heard about the Food Revolution summit 2013? This online summit is from April 28th to May 5th. Do you care about eating non toxic foods? Are you worried about GMO's? Once you register, you will receive a free guide. As well. If you follow my affiliate link, you can purchase programs to listen to and learn from. http://www.foodrevolution.org/summit?orid=121057&opid=18 Why did I chose to associate with this affiliate program? I love the fact that you listen to this important information free of charge. It is important for families and single people as well. You don't have to purchase anything but if you do, you are supporting my ability to help my family and learn more. There are great speakers from Vandana Shiva, Dean Ornish to Zoe Weil. John Robbins is the host.
Here are the link to the summit, the site, facebook and twitter page.

Food Revolution Summit: http://www.foodrevolution.org/summit?orid=121057&opid=18
Site Home Page: http://www.foodrevolution.org/?orid=121057&opid=9


Facebook Page (Please like): http://www.facebook.com/foodrevolutionsummit
Twitter Profile (Follow John Robbins):http://twitter.com/afoodrevolution




6 comments:

  1. What a great idea - we are gluten-free in our house and I try to avoid all processed foods - I will be checking this out!

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    1. Awesome! We try to as well- unless we make them ourselves :)

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  2. Looks like great programs to check out, I heard about Food Revolution but from top chefs, not sure they are same.

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    1. Definitely! I think there are similar ideas- but I am not sure.

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  3. All of this stuff is so over my head, but it is so scary because when you have as large a family as I do, it's important to do the best for them. Thank you for the info about Food Revolution.

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    1. True enough~ It is a lot of information and has repercussions far beyond what we were ever told. My advice is to start slowly. Listen to one seminar or look one concern and just go from there. Then take a break when it becomes overwhelming.

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