Have you signed up for the Food Revolution Summit yet?
There is no cost to participate and it’s also super easy – you just listen in from the comfort of your home using your computer or phone.
Check it out and register now (it takes seconds).
Here are a few quick details… It starts today, it finishes Sunday May 5, and it’s brought to you by one of my all-time heroes, John Robbins.
You’ll get the chance to listen to John’s interviews with 24 world-renowned authorities on food, health and sustainability.
These experts will be exposing factory farms and the “ag gag” laws that make it illegal to even take pictures of them.
They’ll also be bringing you the latest research on nutrition and health, and the juiciest insider tips for thriving on a plant-based diet.
The amazing line-up includes doctors Joel Fuhrman, Dean Ornish, Neal Barnard, Michael Klaper and Mark Hyman; GMO activist Jeffrey Smith; health crusaders Kris Carr and Mike Adams; and bestselling author Kathy Freston.
You can see the full list of food revolutionaries, and the topics John will be asking them about, here – and when you sign up, you’ll get access to the schedule so you can see who’s on when and pick those you want to listen to.
John Robbins became a household name with the publication of his 1987 book Diet For A New America – a pioneering work on the health, ethical and environmental benefits of plant-based eating – and since then his bestselling books have inspired millions around the world.
When I interviewed John in 2008 he shared his amazing and inspiring life story, and also talked about the small changes we can all make that make a really big difference – you can read the interview here.
This is the first ever Food Revolution Summit, and it starts today so go here to sign up now – remember, it won’t cost you a penny!
And if you want to have a full set of interviews to listen to at your leisure, if you would like transcripts of the interviews, or if you’ve missed part or all of this event, check out the upgrade packages on offer.
Revolutionary regards! 🙂