Join us for an all-day conference with some of the finest plant based presenters in Phoenix. Featuring a lineup of physicians, chefs, inspirational speakers, local vendors, and more.
Includes vegan and raw vegan options for breakfast and lunch.
$60 EARLY registration by October 12th. $75 after October 12th.
Registration begins at 7:30
8am-8:30 Breakfast (vegan and raw vegan options presented by Cutting Board Bakery and Cafe)
8:30 - 10am
Room 1: Chris Whitcoe and Erika Henson present "Tantric Nutrition". Relationships and nutrition are the basis of daily life for many people. They are very connected and intertwine in many ways, very often without notice. Creating healthy relationships with our bodies as well as with our loved ones and business associates is essential to happiness, health, and success. When we make mistakes in relationships it can cause several years of frustration in our lives and much suffering in families, along with inner feelings of failure. The same is true in our relationship to diet, nutrition, and food. Lack of nourishing relationships can cause emotional eating. Lack of proper nutrition for our individual health needs can create dis-ease in our emotional lives and psychological states, subtly disrupting our relationships over time.
There is no need for these very common stressors in our society. Understanding ancient knowledge of individual dietary recommendations along with modern scientific studies enables people to find youthfulness and health. Deep understanding of nurturing relationships and psychology helps awaken passionate, creative, and successful relationships. The balanced interplay of nourishing food and relationships benefits every aspect of life.
Room 2: Carrie Leigh presents “Demystifying Colon Hydrotherapy”. Carrie will provide an overview of Colon Hydrotherapy, discussing the benefits of colonics, what to expect during and after and how to prepare to get the best results from your colon hydrotherapy.
Room 3: Jay Wesley Anderson presents tips on how to go vegan from his book, “Street Smart Vegan: A Simple Guide To Going Vegan.” In this presentation you will learn practical information that will give your vegan diet transition staying power. You will also discover how the vegan lifestyle benefits your health, animals, and the environment.
10:15 - 11:45
Room 1: Laura Chiraya Fox presents “Enhancing Your Biofield and The Environment Through Local Organic Raw Plant Foods” Did you know that adding more raw organic food to your diet, especially when local, constitutes The Sustainable Feast? Not only that, but eating as much local, organic, raw food as possible also increases the tensile strength of your own biofield - the energy field surrounding your body. Find out more about how raw foods impact the environment and your biofield integrity in this powerful and timely talk by founder of Best of Raw and the Raw Living Expo, Laura Chiraya Fox.
Room 2: Linda Curry presents “Attaining health, one bite at a time.” Linda will be diving into her journey from cheesehead turned veghead. From health challenges and conflicting advice, Linda will help you filter through the unhealthy societal habits to finding and living your truth. We will go through a paradigm shift discussing how we got here, intentional conscious eating, compassionate living, finding our passion, and paying attention to our thoughts. Linda will finish up giving her most important tips for optimal health including her top 7 kitchen must-haves for quick healthy plant-based meals. Walk away inspired along with some food samples and delicious, plant-based recipes in hand.
Room 3: Martin Osete presents “Optimal Health With Green Juices”. Learn the benefits of having a daily green juice and learn how to make your own green juice with your blender at your own home.
12pm - 1:30pm
Lunch provided by Pomegranate Café and Keynote
1:30 - 3pm
Room 1: Dr. Siri Chand Khalsa and LeAnne Phillips present “The Kitchen Table Farmacy”. As many people are coming to understand, food can be our first daily medicine and choice for vitality as we age. Using the principles of the anti-inflammatory diet, this lecture will offer a primer on the basic optimum principles of the macronutrients (fats, carbohydrates and proteins) and micronutrients (vitamins, minerals). A special focus and tasting will reflect the benefits of utilizing culinary herbs in cooking for flavor as well as their micronutrient benefits
Room 2: Ben Ta'ati and Andrea Lambert present "Why every Vegan should know about Homeopathic Medicine and its 100% compatibility with a plant based diet."
Learn how Homeopathy and a plant based diet can address many if not all of your conditions, such as: Depression, Anxiety, Headache, Migraines, Insomnia, Heart disease, Allergies, Menstrual issues, Autism, Skin issues, OCD and many others.
Room 3: Dr. Dykema presents “Medical Evidence Supporting a Plant Based Diet”. Dr. Dykema will share her experiences of transforming the health of her patients through a plant based diet, citing specific results that will surprise and inspire you. Haley Cloud from Living Raw By Grace, will demonstrate some plant based dishes with less than 10 ingredients, that take less than ten minutes and cost less than ten dollars that you can prepare at home.
3:30 - 5:30pm
Greg Peterson, presents "7 Steps Into Your Local Food System”. Walk with food system expert Greg Peterson as he uncovers the 7 areas where you can plug into to, be a part of and support your local food system. Whether you are newly discovering local food or are a seasoned foodie looking to create new connections or your own business, Greg’s LFE pathway leads you to how you can make a difference by eating in, buying from and growing the local food system.
Learn more and register at www.plantbasednation.com