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This is your chance to relisten to, listen to, catch any you mised, share with family and friends and spread the word of the food revolution onloine at various sites to grow the movement that might help do away with gmos, improve factory farms and spark healthier eating habits, share healing info etc.
Each week they will replay on demand 3 of the speakers and then start the next next of three till all have been replayed.
Here is the email I got on it (if you need more info go to the thread a few down about food revolution summit and who speakers are and when they speak or check the calendar. Instead of doing one a day they will have access for a week to each set of three speakers.
This week, they are repeating the interviews with Dr. Dean Ornish, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, and Dr. Joel Fuhrman and Ocean Robbins interviewing his dad, John Robbins the two men sponsoring the summit.
If you missed these have a listen or tape them and also they have a website they began the food revolution website
Please spread the word
here is thier email
When my dad, John Robbins, and I decided to interview some of the top food experts in the world we never dreamed there would be a response like this.
Because of you, we’ve seen how important this topic really is. Keep reading to find out what to expect going forward.
In the last week, 32,000 people from 100+ nations participated in the first-ever Food Revolution Summit.
“Many heartfelt thanks to John & Ocean Robbins for bringing the Food Revolution into our lives and making it accessible to everyone! I feel energized and re-inspired to continue my activism.” — Lisa Levinson, California, USA
Man with fruitAll over the world, people are now standing up to big agribusiness and reclaiming health. We’re saying no to Monsanto’s drive to control our seeds, soil, water and politicians. We’re saying yes to healthy, vibrant, sustainable and delicious food for all.
As the Summit unfolded, it became clearer and clearer to us that we were on to something important. And people all over the world just like you are urging us to carry this work forward.
“This REVOLUTION should not be a 9-day affair. The ignition has been applied. Now, the momentum should be maintained.” — Udit Shah, India
So we listened!
What We’re Cooking Up
Starting today, we’ve launched the Food Revolution Network!
This network will be your trusted source for ongoing information about the Food Revolution.
Right now on our website you can hear interviews from the Summit available on demand all week long, right on our home page. There you’ll find three every week in rotation for the next 8 weeks!
This week’s topic is The Science of Healthy Eating. Featured are interviews with Dr. Dean Ornish, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, and Dr. Joel Fuhrman, along with me interviewing my dad.
You can send your friends and family to this website to listen and learn from this extraordinary team of doctors, for free.
For the full schedule of interviews coming up in the next two months, check out the calendar.
"This has been such an amazing series. I feel inspired and so grateful for this information that you have made available to us. I wonder, what is next?? Now that we have been ‘Rev’ved up, where will the Food Summit challenge us to go next?" — Simone Frame
There’s More to Come!
This summit was a great start, but we know it takes more than inspiring interviews to help you transform your life and catalyze massive change in our food systems. We’re in this for the long haul, and we hope you are, too.
Massive change takes deep roots as well as big visions. We hope to be at your side, as a friend to your health and an ally to your contribution in this world, for a long time to come.
We’ve been collecting some amazing resources, tools, and organizations that can support you in your food revolutionary journey, and we can’t wait to tell you all about them!
You can look forward to hearing from us with more useful opportunities to help you live the Food Revolution.
And chances are, we’ll be holding an even greater Food Revolution Summit in the next year. By staying on our list, you’ll be among the first to know!
We wish you radiant health, abundant joy, and good, nourishing food.
Yours for healthy people and a healthy planet,
P.S. – So many of you have been asking if we could extend our Empowerment Package offer that we decided to give you one more day. Just go to the order screen below and enter the coupon code SUMMIT to get the half off deal. But that’s only good for today. Tomorrow, the price will be $197 for everyone — even you!
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- Re: free-food revolution summit mentioned a few posts down is being repe... by knowledge seeker
I got this email today
Connecticut had the potential to become the first US state to require the labeling of genetically modified (GMO) foods. But two days ago, the Governor stripped GMO labeling from a new bill that was supported by 90% of the residents of the state and a majority of the legislature on both sides of the aisle.
CT GMO BillRepresentative Richard Roy, one of the bill’s original sponsors, says:
“The labeling provision was eliminated from the bill due to fears that it opened the state up to a lawsuit. The attorneys for the leadership and Governor's office felt the Constitutional rights of Monsanto gave them the power to successfully sue the state. Their main duty was to protect the welfare of the state.”
We’re not talking about banning GMO’s here. We’re talking about labeling them. Something that’s already been mandated in all 27 European Union nations, as well as Japan, Australia, Brazil, Russia and China.
As Summit speaker Jeffrey Smith’s Institute for Responsible Technology said in an action alert: “Governor Malloy chose to put the interests of the monstrous biotech industry in front of the rights of the people of Connecticut.”
A Food Revolution is No Small Endeavor
We’re all swimming upstream much of the time.
Life span of food Most of us live in an environment where eating junk food is considered normal, and eating healthy food is considered weird. Where you can buy a candy bar at almost any store, but you sometimes have to travel for miles to get a fresh piece of spinach.
It’s not easy to be a food revolutionary. But it has never been more important.
“We have changed our eating habits. Buying from Farmers market in season and trying to buy produce as near to home as possible the rest of the time. Eating almost no processed food. Thank you for your work on behalf of our food!” — Jan Martin
Time to Take Action
If you learned anything in the Food Revolution Summit, and hopefully you learned a lot, then now is a great time to put it into practice.
So, to support you taking action, here are a few resources (more will be coming soon!):
1) Check out the Institute for Responsible Technology, a great resource to help you take effective action on GMO labeling. http://responsibletechnology.org/
2) Participate in Food Revolution Day on May 19. Join with schools, businesses, chefs, restaurants and food lovers in celebration of local, fresh food, and better food education in our schools. (This program is not directly affiliated with the Food Revolution Summit or Network, but we thought you might want to know about it.) http://foodrevolutionday.com/
3) Join my dad, John Robbins, and me for Living The Food Revolution, an interactive online course starting June 6 that is designed to help you take the information and inspiration of this Summit and put it into action in your life. Find out more here. http://www.entheos.com/academy/courses/Living-the-Food-Revolution
And most importantly, take a look at your life, take a look at your vision, and think of something you can do, that will be a step towards the life you want.
As Kathy Freston said in our interview with her, “It’s all about leaning into it, leaning forward. I just take one step at a time, and keep moving in a good direction.”
Yours for a thriving and beautiful world,
PS – Check out Living The Food Revolution, an interactive online course offered by my dad and me that starts June 6.
here is their website
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