Beating the Odds against Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease

Robert Lustig, author of Fat Chance.
Topic:
Beating the odds against sugar, processed food, obesity, and disease.
Issues: The science and politics that have led to the current pandemic of obesity of chronic disease (think diabetes, heart disease, and more); strategies to help us lose weight and recover our health; what happened when researchers took teens off of sugar for 10 days (hint: the results are amazing)

Energies of Love + Fat Chance

Donna Eden, coauthor of The Energies of Love.
Topic:
Invisible keys to a fulfilling partnership.
Issues: Four energy types (visual, kinesthetic, digital, and tonal) and the way each makes sense of the world; how your energy tope determines the way you communicate, fight, love, and want to be loved.

Robert Lustig, author of Fat Chance.
Topic:
Beating the odds against sugar, processed food, obesity, and disease.
Issues: The science and politics that have led to the current pandemic of obesity of chronic disease (think diabetes, heart disease, and more); strategies to help us lose weight and recover our health; what happened when researchers took teens off of sugar for 10 days (hint: the results are amazing)

How Our Microbiota Affects Our Health

Justin Sonnenburg, co-authhor of The Good Gut.
Topic:
Taking control of your weight, your mood, and your long-term health
Issues: The relationship between our bodies and the trillions of organisms that live in our gut; the ways those organisms (called “microbiota”) determine whether we’re sick or healthy, fit or obese, sunny or moody; why our microbiota is facing a “mass extinction event.”

Fat-Talk Nation + The Good Gut


Susan Greenhalgh, author of Fat-Talk Nation.
Topic:
The human costs of America’s war on fat.
Issues: The politics and culture of fat in America; how the war on fat damages the physical and emotional health of our young people and disrupts families and intimate relationships; how to change the national conversation and reframe our relationship with our bodies and our health.

Justin Sonnenburg, co-authhor of The Good Gut.
Topic:
Taking control of your weight, your mood, and your long-term health
Issues: The relationship between our bodies and the trillions of organsms that live in our gut; the ways those organisms (called “microbiota”) determine whether we’re sick or healthy, fit or obese, sunny or moody; why our microbiota is facing a “mass extinction event.”

Raising Healthy and Fit Kids without Diets


Patricia Riba, co-author of Fit Kids Revolution.
Topic:
Raising healthy and fit children without diets.
Issues: What’s wrong with diets; the real reasons kids are overweight; the psychology of feeding children; protecting your child from a toxic world; how to foster an active lifestyle; feeling safe in an unsafe world.

Healthy Eating Habits + Fit Kids Revolution


Dina Rose, author of It’s Not About the Broccoli.
Topic:
Three habits to teach your kids for a lifetime of healthy eating.
Issues: Teaching children to confidently explore new foods; how kids can know when they’re hungry and when they’re full; how parents can branch out from easy-to-like, easy-to-prepare kids’ means to more mature tastes and textures; the three habits: proportion, variety, moderation.



Patricia Riba, co-author of Fit Kids Revolution.
Topic:
Raising healthy and fit children without diets.
Issues: What’s wrong with diets; the real reasons kids are overweight; the psychology of feeding children; protecting your child from a toxic world; how to foster an active lifestyle; feeling safe in an unsafe world.