Your Last Chance to Attend This Life Changing Program
10/29/2017 – 11/04/2017
The Tree of Life’s Conscious Eating course is internationally acclaimed as one of the most holistic, comprehensive live-food training programs available. Here you will learn about the tools and skills needed to create a plant-based lifestyle, discover the art of living food and the simplicity of creating delicious meals that are full of vitality and healing.
Consuming a diet comprised of plant based live foods is associated with the improvement of many diseases including diabetes, depression, cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis and many more. Making compassionate food choices is profoundly powerful in promoting peace with self and with the ecology of the planet. Spiritually, a diet of live plant-based foods supports our body’s energy systems – serving as superconductors for the Divine. Optimal health, longevity, vitality, spiritual upliftment and attunement are hallmarks of a live food lifestyle.
In this eye-opening journey, your relationship with food will be fundamentally altered as you are educated about the benefits of a live plant-based lifestyle and enjoy hands on training in meal preparation. The course includes lectures from Dr. Cousens and food prep demonstrations from Tree of Life Café chefs. The Conscious Eating Intensive is unique in that it is one of the the only low-glycemic, live-food preparation courses in the world making the recipes accessible to those with diabetes, hypoglycemia, insulin resistance, candida and other blood-sugar related health challenges.
Experience for yourself how preparing live cuisine can become an act of love, an opportunity for creative expression and a potent portal to the divine. You will quickly see why Dr. Gabriel Cousens, MD, MD (H), DD, has become one of the world’s leading experts in holistic healing, live food and spirituality.
“I really liked that this program taught skills and technique, and gave ideas for making food at home with the resources that you have access to.” Dannielle Z, 2016