There's something I don't want you to miss
Posted by Andrea Nakayama
The Future of Nutrition
Did you know that nutrition has a future?
It does! And it’s being formed and informed by those of us in the field that are willing to look beyond one or another dietary theory (constantly trading one fad diet for the next), or superficial quick-fixes that only leave us questioning the role food really plays in our overall health (well that didn’t work!).
The future of nutrition is evolving.
And it’s real.
Now, more than ever, it’s time for a whole new understanding of nutrition.
We have abundant access to facts and information in the field ~ so much so that it’s hard to keep up! Yet despite the bounty of intelligence in this sphere of influence, you still may find yourself searching long and hard for true healing wisdom.
Nutrition is a wildly diverse science.
Every expert seems to have something different and even contradictory to say. This is both the beauty and the challenge of the quest to understand what truly nourishes each of us individually. It’s this innate distinction that exists for each of us about which I am most passionate and will be sharing in this free online conference that I don’t want you to miss.
I’m honored to be among the featured experts in the first Online Future of Nutrition Conference presented by Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating.
This one-of-a-kind conference is happening this month and it’s easy to attend for free right from your very own home. Marc David has brought together the new viewpoints, compelling ideas, and fresh insights that can make a powerful difference as we consider the role of nutrition in your overall health – your body, your mind, heart and soul.
The Future of Nutrition Conference showcases more than 45 top professionals and thought-leaders. Together we promise to deliver cutting edge concepts and suggestions from across the nutritional spectrum – all with the clear purpose to advance your understanding of the field in a powerful way.
Now you know why I said this is something I do NOT want you to miss!
And it’s simple not to. . .
Click here to register for free
Check out some of the topics that will be covered:
Science of Nutrition
Energetics of Food
The Addictive Brain
Plant Based Diets
New Clinical Insights and Research
Ancestral Approaches to Food and Health
Nutrigenomics and Epigenetics
The Power of Your Gut Microbiome
Eating and Exercise
Nutrition and Immunity
Insulin Resistance and Health
Nutrition and Autism
Food and the Brain
Dieting and Metabolism
Nutrition for Fatigue
The Power of Fermented Foods
The Future of Supplements
Eating for Longevity
Food and Weight
A Deeper Approach to Nutrition
The Brilliance of Raw & Wild foods
The Hidden Politics of Nutrition
And so much more!
Marc David and The Institute for the Psychology of Eating have brought together a truly diverse group of experts who each have something timely and wise to share.
I’ll be there.
And in addition to the interview with me you’ll here commentary from these other leaders in the field:
Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr.David Perlmutter, Dr. Michael Murray, Dr. David Katz, Donna Gates, Dr. Sara Gottfried, Sayer Ji, Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride, JJ Virgin, David Wolfe, Joe Cross, Dr. Cate Shanahan, Dr. Jacob Liberman, Kathie Swift RD, Jon Gabriel, Dr. Fabrizio Mancini, Dr. Pamela Peeke, Dr. Pierre Dukan, Gudni Gunnarsson, Daniel Vitalis, Sally Fallon Morell, Dr. Neal Barnard, Matt Stone, Laura Klein, Peter Borten, Paul Chek, Dr. Martin Rosen, Darya Rose, Liz Lipski, Dr. Robynne Chutkan, Jonathan Bailor, Dr. Michael Greger, Julie Matthews, Jared Koch, Summer Block, Andrea Beaman, Jordan Reasoner, Alexandra Jamieson, Dr. Barry Sears, Robyn O’Brien, Dr. Leo Galland, Emily Rosen, Dr. Richard Oppenlander, Jonny Bowden Phd, John Robbins and more!
It’s an incredible community of thought leaders, and I’m super excited to hear the interviews and feel the momentum of what we create ~ not just me and these other visionaries, but me and you, as we practice and deepen our understanding of what it means to embrace food not only as a method of healing but also as a part of a big step into our unique expression of excellence in this new year and beyond.
If you’re looking for inspirational, clinical, and practical approaches to eating and nutrition that are fresh and innovative – then please join us!
Dates: January 27 – 31, 2014
Where: Just click here!
I’ll look forward to seeing you there and continuing the discussions on the Replenish Facebook page.
P.S. Help me spread the word about this amazing conference. This is how together, we create change.
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