Attend the WHOLE Conference February 16, 2020

Take charge of your life and take control of your health. Whole food, plant-based nutrition can help. Do you know that food can be more powerful than pills? Do you realize that by changing your lifestyle and diet, you can prevent and reverse many chronic diseases and common ailments?

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During this one-day event, you will learn:

  • The top three foods that are making you sick and triggering your genes for disease

  • Whether humans are carnivores, herbivores or omnivores

  • How diet choices positively and negatively affect hormones that contribute to disease and premature aging

  • How to transform pantry and fridge staples into flavor bombs you'll enjoy with every meal

  • The three most important foods that you may be missing that are essential for healing chronic illness

  • Why carnivores can go 7–10 days without eating and not starve to death

  • How serious are the health risks associated with processed and fast food consumption

 

Registration Includes

  • Light Breakfast from 6:45 – 7:45 am

  • Whole Food Plant-Based Lunch at the Camarillo Seventh-day Adventist Church Provided by Command Performance

  • Cooking Demonstrations

  • and much more…

Breakfast and lunch will be held adjacent to the venue at the Camarillo Seventh-day Adventist Church, 3975 E. Las Posas Road, Camarillo, CA 93010.


Join us on February 16, 2020
8 am to 4:45 pm

Recording of the conference may be made available for purchase after the event. Additional details to come. 


Speakers

Learn about the benefits of a whole food plant-based lifestyle from renowned doctors and chefs.  

DR. Michael Greger IS THIS YEAR’S KEYNOTE SPEAKER.

Dr. Michael Greger

Dr. Michael Greger

Dr. Sean Hashmi

Dr. Sean Hashmi

Dr. Angie Sadeghi

Dr. Angie Sadeghi

Dr. Dean Sherzai

Dr. Dean Sherzai

Dr. Ayesha Sherzai

Dr. Ayesha Sherzai

Chef Alan Roettiger

Chef Alan Roettiger


Our Mission

Through education, we want to inspire, motivate and lead people to action in changing or improving their individual health through a whole food, plant-based eating approach.