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Presented by the Mile Hi Vegetarians

Change Your Food, Change Your Life 2019

Dr. Andrew Freeman presents: The Year of the Vegan Diet
Dr. Andrew Freeman and Justina Walls

Sat., April 27
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Community Center, Room C
$10 suggested love offering
Presented by the Mile Hi Vegetarians

Change Your Food, Change Your Life 

Dr. Andrew Freeman presents: 2019 The Year of the Vegan Diet

About the Event


Dr. Andrew Freeman, a vegan cardiologist, will show you a whole new way to think about the food you choose to eat and the various effects it has on you, your body and ultimately—your life.

You will leave with valuable knowledge that will help you make healthier choices to get you on the track to optimum health.

Justina Walls, certified plant-based nutrition specialist and one of the original founders of the Mile Hi Vegetarians group, facilitates a panel of Mile Hi’ers who changed their life by changing their diet.

Applicable to many chronic issues including heart, many cancers, diabetes, obesity, cholesterol, blood pressure and more.


From this event, you will experience:

  • Insights from a dynamic talk about the benefits of changing to a plant-based diet by expert cardiologist, Dr. Andrew Freeman.
  • Q&A after Dr. Freeman’s talk
  • Panel of Mile Hi’ers who have experienced medical events and reversed those issues through lifestyle change.
  • Resources for support, recipes, research, books, websites, meetups and more.

Details


Sat., April 27, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m., Community Center, Room C, $10 suggested love offering


For more information, contact Justina Walls at vegetarian@milehichurch.org or call 720-974-9014.


About Dr. Andrew Freeman


Dr. Andrew Freeman is a plant-based and lifestyle-medicine cardiologist who serves as the Director of Clinical Cardiology, the Director of Cardiovascular Prevention and Wellness and is an Associate Professor of Medicine at National Jewish in Denver, CO. His passions are writing, researching and serving with many distinguished medical groups, including heading the Nutrition Committee of the American College of Cardiology. Dr. Freeman hosts a monthly Walk with a Doc program in Denver where he volunteers his time to walk with patients on Saturday mornings to teach key health concepts and also to explore using exercise as medicine for the greater good of the public.


About Justina Walls


Justina Walls holds a Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies at eCornell. She also successfully completed a cooking course specializing in whole-food, plant-based meal preparation, given by Forks Over Knives and Rouxbe Cooking School. Justina is one of the original founders and leaders of the Mile Hi Vegetarians since its inception in 1998. Vegetarian since 1983 and vegan since 1990, she is devoted to teaching the practical application of plant-based diets.