Appearing in Anaheim, California — September 2016
I am honored to announce that Dr. Kerry Graff (my co-author) and I will be telling our “4Leaf Story” at the 4th annual international plant-based nutrition healthcare conference in Anaheim later this year–September 21-24 (see pbnhc.com). Kerry and I would love to see you there, and if you are unable to attend, maybe you can encourage others to make the trip.
A little background. In late 2013, my good friends (Susan Benigas, Dr. Scott Stoll and Tom Dunnam) at plantrician.org hosted the inaugural PBNHC in Naples, Florida, with about 200 in attendance. It grew to well over 300 in 2014 and exploded to nearly 600 this past September. This year, they chose the Anaheim Marriott which can handle crowds up to 1,000.
Faculty Page. We are scheduled to speak on the first morning of the event right after plant-based superstars Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn and Dr. Dean Ornish. (See Program Agenda link below)
CME credits. Lots of CME’s are available for medical doctors, nurses, dietitians, physician assistants and other disciplines. See above link for details. For other conference information:
- Program Agenda
- Hotel and Travel
- Registration and Pricing. There is premium pricing available now for a limited time.
This is a rare opportunity for you to hear–and meet a host of plant-based professionals and to mix and mingle with a large group of like-minded people. Even if you aren’t interested in earning CME’s, we hope that will consider attending this exceptional conference which is unlike any other.
The organizers have asked us to tell our 4Leaf Story (at the conference) with the primary emphasis on how mainstream medicine can use our 4Leaf materials (like the 4Leaf Survey) to promote human health. Of course, we will also touch on the all-important ecological and sustainability issues which depend greatly on the rapid adoption of a plant-based way of eating all over the world. Click on the Plantrician logo above to learn more about the team that is behind this great conference.
Our book (pictured below) was published in August 2015 and is now being used in health-promoting medical practices around the world. All of those practices are making great use of our 4Leaf Survey, which is now available in French, German, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese, in addition to English. Click here to order our book on Amazon. For quantity discounts, contact J. Morris Hicks. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The following six books can be purchased on Amazon for a grand total of less than $60—and will enable you to understand the overwhelming challenges we face—along with the single most-powerful solution of all.
Six-Pack from Hicks—for health, hope & harmony on planet Earth
- 4Leaf Guide to Vibrant Health, powerful new book by Kerry Graff, MD and yours truly
- Healthy Eating, Healthy World, The “big picture” about food (my first book)
- An essential scientific resource: The China Study by Dr. T. Colin Campbell; the primary book that influenced Bill Clinton to adopt a whole food, plant-based diet.
- Primary cause of cancer is not bad luck. Stop Feeding Your Cancer, by John Kelly, MD
- A horrifying wake-up call for leaders. TEN BILLION by Dr. Stephen Emmott
- Food choices are the primary cause of our environmental problems, yet our world leaders, scientists & experts are Comfortably Unaware, by Richard Oppenlander.
Why should we be eating mostly plants? The “big picture” in 4 minutes.
Want to find out how healthy you are eating? Take our free 4Leaf Survey. It takes about two minutes. eCornell is now using our survey in their plant-based nutrition course.
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