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When it comes to nutrition today, many myths, as well as incomplete, false and downright inaccurate information prevails. We have more human beings today than perhaps ever before who do not know how to feed themselves in the most healthy and optimal of ways due to the mixture of confusing and misleading sources of information out there. And it is perhaps no more prevalent to experience than when it comes to protein.

While many of us are coming to terms with the dangers of high protein diets, many more of us are still questioning if we are ...See All
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  • Recorded :
    Wed Nov 13 at 08:00 pm EST
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    1 Session(s)
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Protein: Too Much? Too Little?
60 Minute Session
Wed Nov 13 at 07:00 pm EST
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Evita Ochel is the author of the book "Healing & Prevention Through Nutrition" and a researcher, writer, speaker, visionary, and entrepreneur in the fields of science, spirituality, holistic health, plant-based nutrition, and sustainable living. She is a teacher with 20 years of experience, and also the creator of several online publications - EvolvingBeings.com and EvolvingWellness.com, and the founder of Healthytarian.com - a lifestyle based on Fresh Thinking, Smart Eating and Mindful Living. Her teaching and writing work in the health and nutrition field focuses on natural, wholesome, plant-based, vegan, and organic nutrition to enjoy optimal health and longevity. Her spirituality-oriented teaching focuses on consciousness expansion and heart-centered living for most joy, satisfaction, and inner peace. To learn more about her work, visit www.EvitaOchel.com