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Whole Foods CEO John Mackey in conversation with Dr. Dean Ornish
MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 7:00 PM
Cubberley Community Theatre
4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto
General: $15 Members; $22 Non-Members;
Premium: $45 Members & $55 Non-Members (Includes a copy of book and priority seating)
Students: $8 (with valid ID)
Enter the code PLANT (case sensitive) at check out to receive the member rate a $7 discount.
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John Mackey, Co-founder and CEO, Whole Foods Market; Co-author, The Whole Foods Diet: The Lifesaving Plan for Health and Longevity
In conversation with Dr. Dean Ornish, Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco; Founder and President, the Preventive Medicine Research Institute
Mackey makes the case for why a whole food, plant-based diet is optimum for a long, healthy, disease-free life. As one of the leaders of this plant-based movement, Mackey shares his vision and discusses the science behind changing the way we eat. He will also address food, politics and health as well as the ethical and environmental impact of our dietary habits.
|05/20/2017||Saturday May 20
12 Noon to 3pm
The Governors Mansion
16TH St. and H St., Sacramento CA
Join us in Sacramento on May 20 as we rally and march to tell Governor Jerry Brown and other California Elected officials to stop taking dirty oil money and to prioritize public health over profits.
In the last 10 years, the oil industry has spent over $266 Million influencing California legislators and policy. This spending has allowed them to prevent the passing of meaningful legislation that would limit their ability to drill and pollute.
After the state of California performed independent studies, found results on the toxicity of oil operations, and made strong recommendations to protect public health, our legislators instead protected the oil industries and left the public vulnerable to toxic exposure.
We need champions looking out for our communities, not for the profits of the oil industry. Until the flow of money into our democracy and the control of lobbyists stops or is seriously curtailed, nothing is going to change.
Governor Brown and Californias elected officials: stop taking money from the oil industry and prioritize public health and safety over oil industry profits.
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