Reading Time: < 1 minute Dr. Greger and Dr. Barnard are among the speakers at the Plant-Based Climate Summit
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Numerous leading experts in the field of plant-based health will be speaking at a free online conference later this month.

The Food Revolution Summit, which features 25 of the world’s most trusted food and nutrition experts (including Dr. Michael Greger and Dr. Neal Barnard), will run from April 25-May 3. The speakers will share the most up-to-date information about nutrition, diet, health, disease prevention, and more.

The free Food Revolution Summit, is aimed at everyone with an interest in plant-based health and lifestyle. Attendees include health enthusiasts, alongside medical professionals and students.

‘Health as your top priority’

Event organizers say: “The world is changing fast with disruptions of food, commerce and social connection altering our lives in profound ways. This global pandemic makes one thing abundantly clear: Your health needs to be a priority. Not just someday, but right now.

Among the major risk factors for infections of all kinds, including coronaviruses, are obesity, heart disease, asthma, type 2 diabetes, and other chronic illnesses. The modern American diet is a recipe for the very conditions that make you vulnerable!

“We don’t want you or the people you love to be victims of a toxic food culture. Especially not now. We want to help keep you safe. During the Food Revolution Summit, you’ll get the most up-to-date research and information about food, nutrition, disease prevention, immune health, and environmental stewardship.”

You can find out more about the FREE summit, and sign up for your place, here

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