Food of the Week: Peaches

Happy July!! Hope you had a great 4th of July weekend. I’m getting back to blogging after taking some time off. Let’s start with one of my favorite Summer fruits….


🍑What’s your FAVORITE way to eat peaches?

They are considered a “stone fruit” and they get their name from the pit in their centers. 

Just like other stone fruits, peaches are a great source of nutrition – rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants. 

They are loaded with fiber, which means they’re good for digestion and gut health …

Plus they are packed with health-boosting antioxidants and heart-healthy micronutrients that help keep your blood pressure and cholesterol in check.

FUN FACT: peaches contain substances that help stop your body from releasing histamines … which can be triggered when you are exposed to something you’re allergic to. Histamines can make you sneeze, cough, itch, etc.

You can eat peaches raw, sliced into salads, stir-fried, grilled (so good with pork!), broiled, blended into smoothies, or even for dessert!

Pork Tenderloin with Grilled Peach Chutney

👨‍🍳You are going to love this recipe! 

The most challenging thing about it is peeling the peaches (this week’s food of the week), but I’ve got you covered.

Here’s an easy way to peel them: Boil water in a medium pan and place the peaches in the boiling water for 1 minute. Remove with a slotted spoon and dip them in a bath of icy water. 

Pat them dry and the peel should come off easily with a paring knife.

Serve this tenderloin with salad and brown rice. So good!

🍑 Pork Tenderloin with Grilled Peach Chutney 🍑

(Serves 4)

  • 3 peaches
  • 2 Tbsp extra-virgin olive oil, divided 
  • 1½ lb (680 g) pork tenderloin or your choice of protein
  • 1 tsp sea salt, divided
  • ½ tsp freshly ground pepper
  • 2 Tbsp coconut sugar
  • 3 Tbsp apple cider vinegar
  • 2 tsp finely chopped fresh ginger

Preheat the grill to high heat. Peel the peaches, cut them in half, and carefully remove the pits. Brush the cut sides with half of the oil.

Brush the pork with the rest of the oil, and sprinkle with ½ tsp of salt and pepper. Place the pork on the grill and grill, turning every few minutes, until an internal thermometer measures 160ºF/70ºC.

While the pork cooks, place the peaches on a separate part of the grill, cut side down. Turn occasionally, grilling for about 8 minutes, until tender.

Rest the pork on a cutting board and set the peaches aside to cool.

Meanwhile, in a medium bowl whisk together the sugar, vinegar, and ginger. Chop the slightly cooled peaches and add them to the sauce, stirring well to combine. Slice the pork and place on a serving platter and top it with the chutney. Serve and enjoy!

Love and Light,


What are the Health Benefits of Basil?

🌿Basil Fun Fact: Did you know that basil has been used for centuries as a folk remedy for everything from colds to snakebites?!

Nowadays though, it has earned a place of honor on spice racks across the world.

The large-leaf green variety is used in Italian dishes like pesto … while Thai basil (which tastes like licorice) is popular in Asian foods.

Basil contains vitamins A, & C, K as well as trace amounts of calcium and manganese.

✅It’s full of antioxidants that fight inflammation and boost the immune system. 

This is especially true of the variety known as holy basil (aka tulsi) which has been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine for a long time.  

Some studies have linked basil with skin health, lower blood sugar levels, and less anxiety and depression.

Basil Lemonade Recipe

🪴Here’s a super-refreshing take on lemonade… which features this week’s food of the week, basil. 

Not only is it delicious, but it’s a great way to use up any extra basil from your garden.

NOTE: This recipe does contain sweetener, but less than most lemonade recipes. Adjust it to suit your goals and taste preferences.

This recipe can also double as a mixer for your next cocktail party – or just add some seltzer for a little “fizz.”

🍋Basil Lemonade 🍋

(makes 6 servings)

  • 8 lemons, juiced 
  • ¼ cup honey or maple syrup
  • 1 cup fresh basil leaves, packed
  • 3 cups cold water
  • Ice cubes
  • Optional: lemon slices & basil leaves for garnish

Pour lemon juice into a blender and add honey (or maple syrup) and basil. Blend until smooth. Strain the liquid into a pitcher to get a clear green liquid. Add the cold water and chill until ready to serve. Serve over ice. Refreshing! 

What’s your favorite basil recipe? ⬇️⬇️

To your health and happiness,



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7 Simple and Powerful Ways to Feed Your Gut

The Online Spring Gluten-Free Expo (Nourished Festival) just finished up yesterday! Wow! Amazing event! There were so many great presentations, giveaways and discounts.

One of the presentations, Improve Your Gut to Improve Your Brain was given by Sheri Traxler. Sheri is an author, speaker, and coach. Sheri is the author of Go Forward: 28 Days to Eat, Move, and Enjoy Life God’s Way. Sheri holds her Master’s in Health Promotion, is a Certified Personal Trainer, Health Coach, Nutrition Specialist, and Intuitive Eating Counselor. 

Sheri spoke about the Gut-Brain Connection. The Gut-Brain Connection includes:

  1. Enteric Nervous System and the two blood brain barriers (Blood Brain Barrier and Gut Blood Brain Barrier).
  2. BDNF (brain-derived neuropathic factor) and Mitrochondria. Brain-derived neuropathic factor is a protein produced in the nerve cells. This helps keep the cells functioning and growing.
  3. Neurotransmitters and Hormones. Neurotransmitters include serotonin – the ‘feel good’ hormone, 90% of serotonin is made in the gut, dopamine helps us stay motivated, 50% of dopamine is made in the gut, GABA helps with stress management, sleep, and a calm mind, and cortisol – stress hormone.

When we have a healthy gut, it means improved energy, brain, and confidence.

What Does a Healthy Gut-Brain Life Look Like?

Take a look at your lifestyle. What does it incude?

  1. Stop doing damage meaning stop doing things that hurt your microbiome. This includes eliminating toxins like chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, and artificial stuff like flavorings and colorings. Antibiotics is also included.
  2. Make contact with the billions of good bugs. This includes hugs, physical contact with friends, and going outside barefoot on the grass – grounding.
  3. Manage stress. Why? We want to manage stress because unmanaged chronic stress can have a direct impact on inflammation, on gut permeability, and shifting your gut microbiome. How to manage stress? Doing mindful eating, prioritizing sleep – by 10 pm, and meditating.
  4. Move often. Moving often will increase BDNF and increase mitochondria. And movement helps your gut.
  5. Feed Your Gut.

7 Ways to Feed Your Gut to Feel Great

  1. Create a powerful plate + prebiotics. Include vegerables on half your plate. Some great prebiotics include almonds, apples, asparagus, bananas, broccoli, brussel sprouts, dandelion greens, garlic, leeks, onions, and pears. Broccoli and brussel sprouts contain sulphur which combat bad bacteria.
  2. Eat probiotics daily. Probiotic-rich foods include raw apple cider vinegar, kefir, kimchi, kombucha, fermented pickles, sauerkraut, and yogurt.
  3. Focus on whole foods and not highly processed foods. Bad bacteria feed on highly processed foods and foods that contain refined sugars and artificial sweeteners/artificial colors/flavoring.
  4. Oils and Fats – Lower saturated fats especially animal products. Animal products lower diversity and abundance of good bacteria and good gut flora. Include Extra Virgin Olive Oil, omega-3 fatty acids (DHA, flax seeds, walnuts, sardines, and salmon.) Omega-3 fatty acids are essential for brain health.
  5. Spices. Spices to include: coriander and cumin – these spices decrease inflammation especially gut inflammation, fennel – helps with better digestion of food, turmeric – decreases gut inflammation and can help grown new brain cells.
  6. Indulge. Coffee, tea, and dark chocolate. If you enjoy dark chocolate bars, opt for bars with 80% cacao. Another chocolate option is raw cacao powder or raw cacao nibs. Dark chocolate increases blood flow to the brain.
  7. Filtered Water. Stay hydrated for both gut and brain health. Opt to put a filter on your shower and kitchen faucet. Chlorine kills bacteria.

Add supplements with the guidance of your health care practitioner.

Hope you find this info helpful.

To your health,


#guthealth #brainhealth #fermentedfoods #wholefoods #plantbased #spices #healthyfats #healthcoaching #NourishedFestival

What are the Health Benefits of Broccoli Sprouts?

The 2022 Annual Food Revolution Summit just ended and it is one of the best health summits! I’m a huge fan of the father and son team, John and Ocean Robbins.

Dr. William Li, a world-renowned physician, scientist, angiogenesis expert, and head of the Angiogenesis Foundation was the first medical expert to speak at the summit. He is The New York Times best-selling author of Eat to Beat Disease: The New Science of How Your Body Can Heal Itself, and he is founder of the “Eat to Beat” initiative. Dr. Li’s groundbreaking work has impacted more than 70 diseases, including cancer, type 2 diabetes, blindness, heart disease, and obesity. He is the author of more than 100 scientific publications in journals like Science, the New England Journal of Medicine, and The Lancet. Dr. Li’s TED Talk, “Can We Eat to Starve Cancer?” has been viewed more than 11 million times.

During the summit, experts were interviewed about the specific foods that can protect us from viral
and bacterial infections, as well as from the most serious chronic illnesses of our time.

One of the physicians John Robbins interviewed during the Food Revolution Summit was Dr. Li. The topic of the interview was Super Foods for Super Immunity.

One of the foods on Dr. Li’s list of “10 Things to Eat Right Now to Fight Back Against COVID-19” is broccoli sprouts.

John was excited to see that broccoli sprouts in on the list. He and his wife grow broccoli sprouts in their kitchen, and eat them almost every day, primarily because of their high levels of sulforaphane.

John asked Dr. Li: “Why is sulforaphane important? And is there research showing that eating broccoli sprouts strengthens the immune system’s ability to fight viruses including COVID-19?”

Dr. William Li mentioned that sulforaphanes are quite remarkable because number one, they’re the
natural substance, a natural chemical, the bioactive that gives broccoli sprouts and some of
these other Brassica plant-based foods their characteristic flavor. Like, you could
recognize the flavor of broccoli anywhere. Dr. Li also loves the taste of broccoli sprouts because It’s milder, nuttier and it has a different kind of flavor to it.

He mentioned that a lot of people don’t know that the baby broccoli sprout has these sulforaphanes, and there’s a hundred times more in the baby than in the full-grown broccoli. And so they’re even more potent. And, one of the things that he pointed out, the reason he put it on his top 10 list, was because research has shown that when you eat broccoli sprouts — and the study had been done using a broccoli sprout shake (literally putting them into a blender and grinding them up) and you combine the broccoli sprout shake with a flu vaccine, that you can amplify the ability of
the flu vaccine to stoke up, to boost your immune system, your natural killer cells by twenty-fold
compared to not having a shake with broccoli sprout.

An example both John and Dr. Li discussed was that if they both got a flu vaccine and Dr. Li didn’t have a broccoli sprout shake but John had a shake. If they were to measure John’s blood and his immune response, his response and his beneficial response to the flu vaccine would be 20 times more protective for him because of the broccoli sprout – because of those sulforaphanes, compared to Dr. Li.

Broccoli sprouts have a rich supply of vitamin K, but its overall levels of vitamin A and vitamin C are lower than full-grown broccoli. There is a dense supply of protein and dietary fiber in broccoli sprouts, as well as a low level of calories (approximately 35 per 3 ounces). There is no known fat content and a low level of carbohydrates. However, as mentioned above, the main reason that these sprouts have captured so much attention is their glucosinolate content, namely the sulforaphane that is produced.

Some other health benefits of Broccoli Sprouts

Sulforaphane is a compound with powerful anti-cancer properties. In fact, this is why broccoli sprouts have long been studied for their anti-cancer effects.

Because of its antioxidant and antibacterial properties, sulforaphane from broccoli sprouts may promote gut health.

Chronic oxidative stress can cause constipation. Because sulforaphane’s antioxidant effects are believed to help intestinal cells function normally, they might help improve bowel movements.

In summary, broccoli sprouts has many health benefits so wny not give them a try.

To your health,



The Online Gluten-Free Expo is this weekend!

There’s still time to join us this weekend for the Spring Gluten-Free Expo!

Discover new gluten-free, allergen-friendly products, get coupons, discounts and samples, enter giveaways, watch some classes, and interact with the speakers/exhibitors! There are a bunch of awesome exhibitors participating this Spring.

You don’t want to miss this event!

Register here!

To your health,


May Food Focus: Sprouting

Happy May! Can you believe it’s already May?!! I don’t know if any of you attended the 2022 Annual Food Revolution Summit? It was awesome. Today is the finale. Anyway, Doug Evans was one of the speakers. He is the author of a book called The Sprout Book. During the Summit, he talked about the benefits of sprouting and the nutrient content of sprouts like sprouted broccoli seeds. I’ve only sprouted buckwheat which was for a raw desserts chef certification course. So, I’m so excited to learn more about sprouting.

So, it makes scense that May’s food focus is about sprouting. We’ll also discuss diets and why they don’t work.

First, let’s discuss why don’t diets work?

You can’t turn on the TV, drive down the road or go to a party without being confronted with America’s hottest obsession: weight. Diets are a billion-dollar industry; companies spend millions and millions luring you to try the latest diet (low carb, high protein, low fat, no fat, you name it) with promises that this will, finally, be the solution—your shortcut to a thinner body. Advertising efforts also deeply affect our children, who develop distorted body images and are often on diets as early as nine or 10 years of age. 

Our culture touts diet pills, celebrity workouts, convenience foods and trendy diets to help us achieve our desired weight, but these quick-fix solutions have backfired. America’s populace has reached its highest weight in history. About half of Americans are overweight; one-third are obese. Diets steer us away from our common sense and dip deeply into our pocketbooks while eliciting few, if any, lasting results. Why?

  • Diets don’t work because each person is unique, with different needs based on gender, age, ancestry and lifestyle.
  • Diets don’t work because they are extreme solutions. As in physics, if a pendulum swings to one extreme, it has to swing equally to the other. A diet might work for a short amount of time, but research shows that almost all diets result in a 10-pound gain once off the diet.
  • Diets don’t work because they are too restrictive. People who fail on diet plans are not flawed or weak. Diets by nature require discipline and restriction at levels that are unsustainable by a healthy human body.
  • Most people are disconnected from why they gain weight and see diet as the only culprit. For example, ignoring or discounting emotions is often the first thing to cause weight imbalances.
  • Most importantly, diets or healthy eating is a lifestyle and diet should be based on bioindividuality.

In our fast-paced world, we have lost sight of many aspects of life that truly nourish and balance our bodies, such as slowing down, eating a home-cooked meal and spending quality time with loving people. Eating consciously and making simple lifestyle changes will create positive results and release you from the endless cycle of dieting.

Given half a chance, your body will balance out by itself, but this is only possible by getting out of the diet mentality and listening to what you truly need. Imagine taking all of the outward energy you expend on diets, fads and gimmicks and turning it inward, so that you can listen to your heart and inner wisdom. There is no such thing as a quick fix; you already have everything you need within you. With careful thought and loving reflection, you can feed yourself in a nourishing way. Working with your body rather than against it will bring you increased energy, stabilized weight and sustainable health.

Food Focus: Sprouting

In the spring season, seeds flaunt their vitality and energy by sprouting. Sprouts of all varieties contain the building blocks of life in the form of vitamins, enzymes, amino acids and simple sugars. In their early growth state, sprouts are very easy to digest, allowing our bodies to access many wonderful nutrients. Recent research by the American Cancer Society has backed what holistic nutrition has known for years: that sprouts contain anti-cancer properties, high levels of active antioxidants, concentrated amounts of phytochemicals and significant amounts of vitamins A, C and D.

In their raw form, sprouts have a cooling effect on the body, and therefore are best consumed in warm weather or by robust, warm body types. Those who tend to feel cool can try steaming spouts or adding them to warm dishes such as stir-fries and soups, to reduce the cooling effect. There is a wide variety of edible and delicious sprouts, each with a different texture and flavor: alfalfa, mung bean, lentil, radish, clover, sunflower, broccoli, garbanzo and adzuki.

Here are some great ways to serve up sprouts:

  • Add to salads.
  • Combine with other vegetables in wraps, roll-ups or stir-fries.
  • Use as garnish on top of soups, stews, omelets or scrambled eggs.
  • Add to rice or whole-grain dishes.
  • Use in sandwiches instead of lettuce.

Spring has arrived! Eat sprouts and feel alive!

Recipe of the Month: Spring Sprouting Steamer                                         

Prep Time: 3 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Yield: 4 servings


1 zucchini

1 yellow squash

1 package mixed crunchy sprouts (broccoli, lentil, adzuki, mung, or garbanzo)

3 tablespoons of freshly chopped tarragon

1 tablespoon of ghee (clarified butter)

4 lemon wedges

salt to taste


1. Slice zucchini and yellow squash in discs about 1/4 inch thick. Steam with sprouts for about 5 minutes or until desired tenderness.

2. Toss with tarragon, ghee and salt in bowl.

3. Serve with lemon wedge.

Note: Try fresh herbs like parsley, dill, cilantro or mint for a totally different taste.

To your health,


5 Ways to Boost Your Hormones Naturally

Do you want to avoid the painful symptoms of PMS? Are you in search of some natural remedies that can help to overcome the troubles caused by hormonal imbalance? Don’t worry we have got you covered. We know how damaging the hormonal imbalance can be. It can impact the normal body functioning and cause several undesirable symptoms. If you want to get rid of these signs and attain and maintain a balanced hormonal state, you must make efforts to boost the health of the endocrine system.

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Following are some practical and helpful tips through which you can attain hormonal balance naturally.

Say no to Sugar and Wine

For acquiring the balance of hormones, it is essential to stay away from the endocrine disruptors. The two of the most prominent disruptors of the endocrine system include wine and sugar. Even if you love these two, it is critically essential to eliminate them from your diet for some time. Both these add to stress load in the body.

Moreover, these can also contribute to inflammation by feeding the bacteria residing in your gut. Some other adverse effects of sugar include boosted growth of candida and adverse impact on digestion. Likewise, the excessive intake of wine can disturb the level of insulin and blood sugar along with decreasing the functional efficiency of the detox system. Thus, if you eliminate wine and sugar from your diet, you can attain a balanced state of hormones.

Enjoy Adequate Sleep

Sleep is the best way to get rid of stress. By taking sound sleep every night, you can let your body take the rest it deserves, and it can leave a positive impact on your health. On the contrary, if you are not getting sufficient sleep, it can lead to disturbing the endocrine system which can negatively impact your overall health. Some of the significant problems caused by insufficient sleep are fatigue, sugar craving and weight gain which results due to high production of cortisol. 

Thus, if you want to maintain sound health by acquiring hormonal balance, it is vital to take adequate sleep. Make a routine to sleep at a suitable time at night and make sure you enjoy a sound slumber for 6-8 hours.

Take Healthy Diet

Here is a general rule for better health. Eat healthy and avoid junk food. Intake of healthy foods and removal of junk, sodas and sugary stuff from the daily diet can leave a pleasant impact on your endocrine system which will result in acquiring hormonal balance. Make sure you eat more plant-based food, avoid white flour and processed food items and add some omega-3 sources in your diet. Besides, it is essential to add some food items that can boost liver health.

Use Herbs

Use of some herbs can be incredibly helpful in attaining a balance of hormones naturally. For instance, regulating your monthly periods, you can use Vitex. Similarly, holy basil and ashwagandha are known as powerful adrenal tonics. You can use them to enjoy deep sleep. Besides, if you want to get relief from PMS symptoms, you can use evening primrose.

Manage Stress Levels

Last but not least, taking part in some stress-reducing activities can be amazingly helpful. No matter how busy you think your life is, you can always spare some time for yourself if you want. Make it a routine to spend some ‘me time’ and engage yourself in some stress relieving activity. For instance, you can do meditation if you want. A walk in the morning or evening can also be helpful. The more you try to get emotional wellbeing, the better your hormonal health will be.


Attaining hormonal balance is not as difficult as it seems. You can adopt the above mentioned natural means to boost the health of your endocrine system and maintain a balance between different hormones.

As a gift from me, Download your free Eat Your Way to Hormone Health guide.

To your health and happiness,


Learn the lastest gluten free info…Spring Gluten-Free Expo

Have you been wanting to know more about living a gluten-free lifestyle? Here’s your chance! Register for the free online Spring Gluten Free Expo coming up in May. The expo is an excellent opportunity to ask the experts questions, attend the lectures, try new gluten-free products, and win some awesome door prizes! And of course, watching the cooking demonstrations!! See vendors like Enjoy Life, BFree, Lorraine’s Kitchen, and more.

I’ve been a blogger for the Nourished Festival aka Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly Expo since 2018 and I love it!  I love meeting the exhibitors, learning the latest gluten free information, and sampling that most recent gluten free products! Yum!

Join us for the online Gluten Free Expo on Saturday, May 14th and Sunday, May 15th.

To your health,


#nourishedfestival #glutenfree #allergenfriendly

5 Signs You Have Hormone Imbalance

Balance is the key to living a happy life. Along with other aspects, it is critically essential to maintain a hormonal balance in the body. Just like everything else, your body also requires a balanced hormonal state. Only then, your organs can function properly. If you want to enjoy sound health, maintaining a balance of hormones is essential. There are many ways through which you can naturally attain hormonal balance, but before that, you must find out whether your hormones are actually out of balance or not. 

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Many factors indicate the imbalance of these chemical messengers in the body. Following are the most prominent and commonly occurring indicators of hormonal imbalance. Take a look at the list below and if you experience any of these conditions, consult a health professional and pay exclusive attention to attaining a balance of hormones.

Constant Fatigue and Exhaustion

The most prominent indication of an imbalance of hormones is that you feel low and tired all the time. When there is an abnormal release of cortisol along with other adrenal hormones in the body, you feel stressed. Besides, you may feel sad and extremely tired even when you do nothing.  Thus, if you often have a foggy head, low mood, and extreme depression, your body might have a hormonal imbalance.

Intense Cravings

Here is another commonly occurring symptom but it goes unidentified often because many people usually have cravings, especially for sugar and other sweet stuff.  The imbalanced hormonal state also boosts your cravings for different food items including drinks, chocolates, and other tempting edibles. Studies have shown that an increased level of insulin or high concentration of cortisol in the body can enhance your craving for sugar or wine. Besides, if there is an imbalance of electrolytes in the body, your body tends to crave for savory snacks.

Weight Gain

You might have already heard about it. In addition to your daily intake of food and exercises that you participate in, your hormones also have a significant role in determining your body weight because they impact the metabolic rate. If your hormones are out of balance, you will have difficulty in shedding extra body weight despite all your efforts and dieting.  Hence, there is no point of doing heavy exercise and severe dieting if your hormones are not balanced. Consult a professional first, acquire hormonal balance and then follow a healthy lifestyle for enjoying an improved quality life.

Reduced Sex Drive

In women, the libido is controlled by the level of estrogen in the body. If your estrogen level is below or above the optimum level, it can impact your sex drive negatively.  Similarly, in the case of men, lack of testosterone can result in lack of sex drive.

Mood Swings

The mood swings in ladies are often associated with PMS. Majority of women experience mood swings before menses, but that is not the only cause. If you take proper care of yourself and enjoy a healthy lifestyle but still experience mood swings quite often, it indicates that your hormones are out of balance. Remember that unpredictable and severe mood swings also suggest that your hormonal levels need to be checked.


Hormones control numerous functions in our body. If one or more of these release in excess, they can impact the smooth functioning of multiple body systems. Similarly, if there is an underproduction of any one or more hormones, your body will experience some unpleasant symptoms as well. Some of the major factors that indicate the imbalance of hormones is mentioned above. If you have any of these signs, consult a health professional timely and take proper care to acquire a balanced state of hormones.

Love and Light,



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I’m a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Clean Food blogger, esential oils advocate, and author. I received my training from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, where I learned more than one hundred dietary theories and studied a variety of practical lifestyle coaching methods. Drawing on this knowledge, I help men and women create a completely personalized “roadmap to health” that suits their unique body, lifestyle, preferences, and goals – bioindividuality. Learn more about my training and my unique approach to health coaching.


Here’s your invitation to one of my favorite events of the year!

The Food Revolution Summit is here!

Today’s focus is on wellness — and on how food can help you heal and thrive!

We heard from Paul McCartney share his welcome message, William Li, MD, Joel Kahn, MD, and Michael Klaper, MD — all personally and brilliantly interviewed by John Robbins.

There’s time to register and catch today’s replays.

If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I’m a huge fan of eating the most nutritious food. That’s because the food you eat is essential to keeping your immune system strong, staying healthy as you age, healing from illness…and it can make all the difference if you’re trying to lose weight.

The good news is that more people than ever are interested in eating more healthy, plant-based foods—and eating more of the right kinds of plant-based foods is one of the best things for your short-term and long-term health.

It’s also great for the planet because plant-based foods create far less pollution—turning mealtime into one of the best ways to stand up to climate change.

If you’re interested in learning which foods to eat to look good, feel good, and slash your carbon footprint, you’re in luck!

This is one of my favorite events of the year, the 2022 Food Revolution Summit.

The Summit features 25 of the greatest minds in the health world, including physicians, scientific researchers, leaders of globally renowned health institutes, and more.

The Summit only happens once a year so be sure to tune in.

There are so many incredible interviews lined up. I absolutely recommend it—it’ll open your eyes and get you motivated to eat the best foods! Your body will thank you.

To your health,