Dr. Will Tuttle: World Peace Diet, A Deeper Look At Food

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Come join us as we invite Dr. Will Tuttle back to Jacksonville for a:

VEGAN POTLUCK (preferred finger foods such as appetizers, desserts, etc.) and LECTURE

Dr. Will Tuttle, visionary educator and inspirational speaker and musician, has lectured and performed widely throughout North America and worldwide. His doctorate degree from the University of California, Berkeley, focused on educating intuition, and he has taught college courses in creativity, humanities, mythology, religion, and philosophy. A recipient of the Courage of Conscience Award and the Empty Cages Prize, he is a Dharma Master in the Zen tradition. Devoted to cultural healing and awakening, he has created 7 much-loved CD albums of original piano music, and also his international best-seller, The World Peace Diet, published in over a dozen languages.

Author of the #1 Amazon best-seller The World Peace Diet, Dr. Will Tuttle delivers an inspiring talk about the food we choose, where it comes from, and how it affects us physically, culturally, and spiritually.

You will learn how to make positive changes that promote wellness, encourage wisdom, and minimize our eco-footprints on the Earth.

“I've never seen an audience so attentive and enraptured as when Will Tuttle speaks.” Tench Phillips, president, Art Repertory Films, Norfolk, VA

“Use The World Peace Diet as a guide to empower yourselves and others in making dietary choices that are powerful beyond what you can possibly imagine.”

- Julia Butterfly Hill, environmental activist and noted author

“Dr. Will Tuttle is an inspirational force. The energy and expressions that I witnessed in the room around me were monumental.” Jerrilyn Halbert, KPFT Radio, Houston

“The World Peace Diet isone of the most provocative books I’ve ever read. This is a deep book, aglow with insights that penetrate and expose the complacency of a culture that has strayed painfully far from compassion.” - John Robbins, noted author