Free Lecture: Introduction to body health and sustainability

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So I've been wanting to do something to help society but I've had serious concerns about many "charities", especially after meeting several individuals that have told me their personal stories of being "recovered" from the supposedly incurable diseases of autism and cancer.

I'm not a doctor or herbalist, however I have had over 10 years of experience being into a healthy oriented lifestyle having amassed a great deal of knowledge along the way.

Recently, I've met people that didn't know anything about organics, others that didn't know the difference between vegetarianism and veganism, and vegetarians that didn't know what live raw food is.

As a result, I will be giving back by giving several free lectures in coming months. My first ever will be introducing people new to truly healthy living involving organic health and sustainable practices, including how you can easily maintain a fully organic diet for under $15 per day.

I plan for it to last 60 to 90 minutes covering a range of topics. Keep in mind I'm not a professional speaker, so I might get off track although I'll do my best to stay with time and accuracy.

The general schedule of topics:

Part1: Sustainable foods

Subjects to be covered: the deference between “Organic” versus “All-natural”, Hydroponics/Aeroponics, Aquaponics, Permaculture/Bio intensive gardening, Livingtowers.com, what is being put into our food supply, government regulations.

Part 2: Body heath

Subjects: The reported natural cures and cover ups of diseases, how to read ingredients and deceptive advertising, herbs, Dr. Hulda Clark, Dr. Andrew Weil, Kevin Traduea, Dr. Amen- Change your Brain, Change your life, aspartame, High fructose corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs ), various vegetable oils, Kosher & Halala meat, diet fads, live raw food, vegetarianism, veganism, potentially health hazardous ingredients in body care products, how to naturally improve your eyesight, radiation from your houses "Smart Meters", cell phones, and other devices. 

Part 3: Getting involved

Subjects: Simple Living Institute, Emily Ruff, Richard Powers, Meetup.com groups, vegetarian/vegan restaurants, tips on shopping for the best prices and items: Homegrown Co-op, Lake Meadows Naturals, Freshfields Farm, Whole Food, Chamberlin's, free permaculture training at openpermaculture.com, a Resource-Based Economy.

Movies & books: Fuel, King Corn, Super Size Me, Food Inc., Forks over Knives, The China Study, Fast Food Nation, the 2010 book Sex at Dawn.

Disclaimer:

All Informational is for educational proposes only. You should do thorough research yourself. It is recommended you consult with a certified health care practitioner. Use of any info will be at your own risk. 

Please get there early. I will promptly start after Dandelion's happy hour on food and drinks ends at 7pm.

Please RSVP only if you are very new to the subjects listed above or you have extensive knowledge in an area that you would like to share. Remember this is meant for newbies wanting to learn about a healthy lifestyle. I will keep this first one small, I may do a second one another day.

You may want to bring a pen and paper.

I will be wearing a shirt with a Meetup type of sticker on it.

Curt (407)[masked]

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  • Jessica B.

    Hello im here early..when anyone shows up can you send a comment so I know where everybody will be sitting at?

    June 10

    • Rachel

      Hi Jessica – it was really nice to meet you.

      1 · June 11

    • Jessica B.

      Hello Rachel it was nice to meet you too.

      June 12

  • Curt

    Thanks again to all of you that came out. I'll post or send out some details of things said with extra info shortly. The other free lectures I'll do will take some time to get around to but will aim to do them in coming months. I'll do them at other locations with new different presentations. Stay in good health. Curt

    1 · June 12

  • Rachel

    Thank you for the seminar Curt- that was a lot of great information.

    1 · June 11

  • Curt

    We are in the back right now around the couches, I have a Meetup sticker on. My cell is[masked]

    June 10

  • Rachel

    I'm here

    June 10

    • Jessica B.

      Can you meet me by the register? I am sitting in the front by it

      June 10

  • Carole J.

    Thank you. The topics and venue look interesting. Do you plan to present monthly and cover each part in one session? I had fun visiting their web site
    http://dandelioncommunitea.com/­

    June 1

    • Curt

      I recently went by there and seen they just closed down. I would like to try the East End Market or Stardust Coffee. I'll try talking to both later.

      June 10

    • Carole J.

      Maitland Public Library can accommodate a lot of people. The only criteria is that the meetings must be free, open to the public, and no product sales. They an informative community service presentation rather than an infomercial.

      June 10

  • K

    This is full... I would have liked to get to this. I will keep an eye on this series. Great work Curt and bring this forward.

    June 10

  • Curt

    OK attendees, I recommend getting there no later than 6:30pm. I'm expecting the teaching to start 7pm and will be done sometime before 8:30pm. I'll try to do this outside where the picnic tables are but if it rains we'll move inside. SYS

    June 10

  • Carole J.

    looks like there is a great turn out. Let us know how it goes.

    June 10

    • Curt

      I will, thanks.

      June 10

  • Carole J.

    My schedule is still very demanding, but I'll put this on my calendar tentatively and let friends know about it.

    June 1

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