“Real McCoys” Saving Lives: Headline St. Louis, Missouri Summit

I’m partial to the “Real McCoys” in life. How about you?

The internet and entertainment industry have created many, many quasi-experts on everything from diet to business to life-focus and beyond.

Well, I am so impressed that the organizer for The St. Louis Plant-Based Nutrition Summit is pulling in some of the top “Real McCoys” of nutritional science.  We have a legend from The Cleveland Clinic, The Director of The Barnard Medical Center in Washington D.C. and part of The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.  some of these folks have been featured in well respected documentaries such as Forks Over Knives. and others. Every one of them highly respected in their field.

Check out this flier. Get the information on these folks and register for this event. Extremely impressive.  It’s on Saturday, July 14th in St. Louis, Missouri at the Washington University campus. St. Louis Veg Girl has outdone herself in putting this together.

It’s the highlight of my summer to be attending. Some of their work and words have, in just three months time,  improved the quality of my life and likely considerably extended it.

STL Plant Based Summit

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I am still on my journey, but look what I did with just whole, low glycemic plant-based no oil foods. Between the weight loss and the minimizing of inflammation, it’s been beyond amazing. Knowledge Is Power. I know I look forward to learning more at the July 14th, 2018 St. Louis Plant-Based Nutrition Summit.

  • No Money was exchanged in my publishing this write-up or any write-up in my blog.  I am not, nor is anyone in my family, associated professionally or related to anyone affiliated with the St. Louis Nutritional Plant-Based Summit.
  • Make sure you get regular labs and discuss your nutrition and medications with your physician. It’s not unusual for people  to need their medication levels adjusted in a positive direction when they are when eating like this.

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