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Will You Join Me In A Healthier Food Future?

Hi Fellow Spoonies,

The modern American diet is making billions of people sick and fat. I was, and still am, one of them.  Although I’m healthier and feel better than I have in years, and am even starting to lose weight, it’s been an uphill climb. At times I felt like Sisyphus from Greek mythology who was doomed to roll a boulder up a hill only to have it fall back down to the bottom as penance for angering the gods. 

obesity graphicToday we Americans have higher rates of obesity, cancer, autoimmune diseases, Alzheimer’s Disease, Type 2 diabetes, and assorted other chronic illness than any other population that’s ever lived on this planet. 

But instead of being trained in how to keep us healthy, doctors are taught how to treat symptoms with drugs and surgery. The truth is that less than a third of the medical schools in the United States require a single course in nutrition.

Meanwhile, our diets are getting worse and worse, and more people are getting sick and dying—needlessly! Even most of the people who think they’re eating all the “right foods” are dangerously misled by pseudo-scientific fads and industry-fueled propaganda.

Eat like your health depends on it 

Food is the foundation for becoming healthier. If you want to make the right choices for yourself and for your loved ones, here’s an event you DO NOT want to miss.

From April 28th-May 6th, John and Ocean Robbins are interviewing 24 of the world’s top medical and food experts. These are people you can trust, including Joel Fuhrman, MD; Chef Kris Carr; Michael Greger, MD; Chef Vani Hari; Neal Barnard, MD; Dale Bredesen, MD; Mark Hyman, MD; David Perlmutter, MD; and many more.

During this week-long event, you’ll get the latest insights on food and nutrition…the healthier foods that prevent or fight cancer, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, dementia, and put you solidly on the path to lasting wellness. You’ll discover which foods you need to eat, and which to avoid, on the path to better health and wellbeing.

If you are like me you know there isn’t time to wait for fewer pesticides, hormones, antibiotics, added sugars, additives, colorings, and processing in our food. Dr. Amen-food is poisonInternational food conglomerates make a pesticide-free, additive-free, artificial coloring-free, and lower or no sugar versions of the same products they continue to sell in the US.  It’s unconscionable that profit drives these companies to deliberately add ingredients to American foods that are not allowed in other Western countries. If we truly want to be as healthy as we can with chronic disease, now is the time for a food revolution.

The best part? You can join the online Summit from your bed, recliner or anywhere else on the planet — and it’s totally free!

You can’t count on getting the truth from big Food and big Pharma, and you’re probably not going to hear it from your own doctor either. I didn’t learn much about diet and nutrition as a nurse practitioner but it was still more than in a doctor’s education. It wasn’t until I was bedridden myself with myalgic encephalomyelitis that I began to look closely at what I was eating and make healthier choices.

It’s up to you to get informed. 

I watched last year’s summit and now I am excited to share this life-changing and life-saving event with my readers. Will you join me?

Sign up for the Food Revolution Summit and take health into your own hands.

There’s a great special bonus when you sign up for the Food Revolution–The Real Food Action Guide. Want to find out if you can eat to prevent disease and improve your health right now? Find out in this report!

Like me, the Robbinses believe good health is a right — not a privilege, which is why the Food Revolution Summit is free. I really hope you’ll join me! All you need to do is click the link to reserve your spot and get the truth from experts you can trust.

In exchange for signing up, I receive a percentage of the price for talks if you purchase them for a reference. But purchasing is NOT required. Do what many others do, and watch each presentation when it is live and free.

I’ll post more about this information-packed event soon, but you can register today and find out about the speakers and their specialties now. You really have nothing to lose by signing up.

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sand dune

Serenity For Spoonies #12

This is the next installment of photos I find particularly intriguing and/or relaxing. If you don’t know what a spoonie is, here’s a short article that explains it.

winter road
Reminds me, just a bit, of driving through eastern Colorado. Photo credit to Ksenia Rudenko.

 

sand dune
Amazing what wind can do to a pile of sand. Credit to Ismael paramo.
inlet
Another inlet. This photo was taken by Joshua Fuller.

 

Suggestions?

 

mountains

Serenity For Spoonies #11

This is the next installment of photos I find particularly intriguing and/or relaxing. If you don’t know what a spoonie is, here’s a short article that explains it.

mountains
Imagine yourself right here. Photo credit to Oliver Roos.

 

big cats grooming
That huge tongue reminds me of how our German Shepherd licks our cats. Photo credit to Michael Steinberg.

 

cave
Spooky, but wouldn’t it be fun to explore? Credit to Mikael Kristenson.

 

Any requests?

 

tree corridor

Serenity For Spoonies #10

This is the next installment of photos I find particularly intriguing and/or relaxing. If you don’t know what a spoonie is, here’s a short article that explains it.

desert winter scene
Winter in the desert taken by Patrick Hendry
sunrise over ocean
Another great shot by Patrick Hendry
tree corridor
This reminds me of Johns Island, SC where I lived for several years. Photo credit to Patrick Fisher

As always, if you would like something different, please let me know.

Serenity For Spoonies #9

Number Nine. Number Nine. Number Nine.

Who knows what or whom I am referring to above?

This is the next installment of photos I find particularly intriguing. If you don’t know what a spoonie is, here’s a short article that explains it.

moutains
Makes you want to fly away and touch down on a hillside. Photo credit Paul Bence.

 

waterfall
Yet another waterfall. This time it was captured by Paula May.

 

snow scene
This snow scene is what it looks like from my back door. (Well, not exactly.) 😉 Photo credit by Patrick Schneider

 

 

waterfall

Serenity For Spoonies #8

This is the eighth in a series of posts inspired by photos that make me and hopefully you, more relaxed by looking at them, imagining myself in them and feeling the environment of the shot. If you don’t know what a spoonie is, here’s a short article that explains it.

waterfall
Doesn’t this look like something from The Hobbit? Waterfall by Robert Lukeman.

 

seascape
Seascape by Ron Whitaker

 

tree and lake
A moody photo of a tree and a lake by Peter Oslanec