Past Meetup

Vegan Potluck with Presentation by Dr. Steve Blake

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The potluck is at 5pm, then please join us at 6:15pm for:

Perfect Food

A Presentation by:

Dr. Steve Blake

Doctor of Holistic Health, Author of The Diet Doctor

In this slide show, you will learn:

Which types of food are perfect for humans and why How to completely satisfy your need for protein Which foods promote excellent digestion Which foods provide good antioxidant defense properties Nutritional considerations for carnivore, omnivore and vegan diets Steve Blake Sc.D. has one doctorate degree in holistic health and another in naturopathic medicine. He used his new software, The Diet Doctor 2010 to help write his latest book on dietary fats and oils. He has classes at the University of Hawaii Edventure program. He is the master, registered herbalist who pioneered the consolidation of knowledge on natural remedies from around the world, now released as The Herb Doctors 2010. Steve Blake has authored twenty-two major publications including Healing Medicine. He completed a college textbook called Vitamins and Minerals Demystified for McGraw-Hill in 2008.

The Potluck

Please join us at 5pm, before the talk, for great food and conversation at our monthly vegan potluck! Remember, you don't have to be vegan or vegetarian to attend. Just show up with a vegan dish to share with at least 8 people. Vegan simply means no animal products — no meat, dairy, eggs or honey.

Please also remember to bring your own plate, cup and silverware utensils. We would like to make this a waste-free event.

We are deeply grateful to the Sonoma Humane Society for continuing to make their classroom available to us for our potlucks and other events. The Sonoma Humane Society is just west of Llano Rd. on the north side of Highway 12, between Santa Rosa and Sebastopol (look for the big metal dog). You can park around back if you'd like, the classroom is the furthest left door on the back of the building.

For more information visit CompassionateLivingOutreach.org (http://compassionatelivingoutreach.org/)