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Free Online Conference About Healthy Eating and Lifestyles



I ran across this, and I think it's pretty awesome, so I thought I'd share it!

If you are into a whole foods kind of lifestyle as I am, you will probably enjoy this free web conference.


2013 Healthy Life Summit

 

What is it?

The Healthy Life Summit is a "FREE online virtual conference is happening March 24-30, 2013. Listen to 35 of your favorite health experts, authors, doctors, bloggers, farmers and activists from the comfort of your own couch!"  

Basically, 35 well-known folks in the healthy lifestyles arena will be interviewed about various health topics pertaining to their expertise.  For example, Sally Fallon Morell, author of Nourishing Traditions (an excellent book that I highly recommend) will be discussing the best way to nourish babies and children, while Joel Salatin will be discussing the downfalls of todays industrialized agricultural system.


When is the Healthy Life Summit?

The healthy life summit happens March 24th through March 30th, 2013.  All you have to do is go to the Healthy Life Summit webpage and sign up, and you will get an email with all your login information.  Once you are registered, you will have access to that day's interviews.  If you are unable to listen on some days, you also have the option of purchasing the interviews for later listening.


Just thought I would pass along the info since this seems like a great resource! 

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