TICKET for event 30th Jan 2020 – Cyndi O’Meara & friends – ‘what we won’t eat this decade’ 

$24.00

Cyndi O’Meara, nutritionist and bestselling author  & friends – ‘what we wont eat this decade’

Thursday 30th January 2020 at 7pm, Orewa Baptist Church, 2 Loop Road, Orewa.

Cyndi O’Meara is a nutritionist, film maker of the documentary ‘What’s With Wheat?’, bestselling author, international speaker and founder of Changing Habits.

We will set the stage – 4 amazing guest’s, (see below for detail) on the couch, a big screen (video clips), and your ‘Red chair’ stories. We will chat openly, from the heart, get down and personal with each guest speaker – on topics like;  Keto and other diets, pesticides, CBD oil, social media, 5G, and world population. We’ll talk about whether, organic and regenerative farming are worthwhile and affordable. And are fermented foods just another fad diet food?

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As we roll into a new decade, on the tsunami of health and wellbeing, are we any the wiser about what and how to eat?

How do we know what information about our food is the truth?

This event provides the gateway to reconsider eating healthy for this coming decade – wherever you are on your health journey. Whether just starting, wondering what’s next, or most importantly, learning how to create the direction. Now’s the time to set goals, take the action and manifest better health for life.

We will set the stage – 4 amazing guest’s, (see below for detail) on the couch, a big screen (video clips), and your ‘Red chair’ stories. We will chat openly, from the heart, get down and personal with each guest speaker – on topics like;  Keto and other diets, pesticides, CBD oil, social media, 5G, and world population. We’ll talk about whether, organic and regenerative farming are worthwhile and affordable. And are fermented foods just another fad diet food?

Then, we’ll spoil ourselves with real live food preparation, using a Thermomix and a selection of delicious food. Tastings will be included on the supper table.

It’s your BIG chance to get personally signed books by the authors(see below each author and check out links to the books). We’ll run a sales table for Changing Habits, Kultured Wellness & GrowEatHeal products. Eftpos available.

Refreshments & light supper will be served.

Venue

Orewa Baptist Church, 2 Loop Road, Orewa. Just off Hibiscus Highway, opposite the Orewa campground.

 

The line up of special guests

Cyndi O’Meara.

Cyndi has set about educating herself constantly, determined to uncover the trigger for the poor health through generations of her family, Cyndi embarked on research and learnings of how food was produced and created, uncovering a magnitude of hidden ingredients in processing. Self-publishing her book titled “Changing Habits Changing Lives”, Cyndi has also written and produced the documentary ‘’What’s With Wheat?’’ which received 150,000 downloads globally in the first week.  By sharing her learnings on food choices, how to read food labels, why typical diets don’t work, and how chemical calories can affect your total well-being and vitality. Graduating with a BSc majoring in Nutrition from Deakin University in 1984, Cyndi’s special interest of study is Ancestral foods and Anthropology.

Kirsty Wirth

Kirsty Wirth is the brainchild behind the Kultured Wellness Culture Starters and functional supplements, the Kultured Wellness Optimal Gut Healing Programs and is the co-author GUTALICIOUS. Kirsty has appeared on numerous leading health and wellness podcasts and is well known for being able to break down complex concepts into easy to understand information. She has been called the Gut Guru, an Intuitive Healer and her research and work in the area of gut health has been life changing for many of her clients. Her qualification and experience in education, teaching and research spans over 15 years and continues to drive her purpose of empowering the community to gain knowledge and understanding so they can be well and thrive. She is a HUGE nature lover, a mother, a fervent advocate for children on the spectrum, you can’t help but be touched by her spirit and enthusiasm.

Kathryn Jansen

Kathryn Jansen has a lifelong interest in eating good food. After studying nutrition and food science back in the 80’s at Otago University when low fat was absolutely the best way of maintaining good health, Kathryn decided to undertake a short OE. After twenty eight years in London and a career in IT Management, she returned home to NZ.  Having acquired a Thermomix while in the UK, Kathryn realised that very few people knew about this incredible kitchen machine and became a Thermomix consultant to show people what it can do for them. Whether the aim is to eat more healthily or more cheaply or to spend less time cooking, it’s all about being in control. Some of Kathryn’s health issues were reversed by attention to gut health, intermittent fasting, sensible supplementing, healthy fat and sensible carbohydrate choices.

Ali Brooker

Ali has been working in various roles within the Chiropractic profession throughout Australia, New Zealand and Brazil for the last 14 years. Her interest in uncovering truths about health began during her previous career as a professional ballerina in Germany. In her early twenties she was aware how her mental and emotional wellbeing effected her health choices and therefore her physical health and performance. Ali has been practicing on the Hibiscus Coast at Orewa Family Chiropractic for the past 2 years and enjoys working with people of all ages. She experiences first hand how facilitating balanced structure, movement and nerve-system ease through chiropractic adjustments can be the keystone habit to initiating greater body awareness and healthier lifestyle choices.

Jocelyn J Murray

Jocelyn, author of ‘my wellness journal’ currently lives in Gulf Harbour at the end of the Whangaparaoa peninsula, where she is surrounded by sea, sand, and regional park and can feel the wide-open spaces and put her feet in the ocean on her daily walks. She says she seems to have a keen green touch in the garden, and has a well-established, thriving vegetable garden that keeps the household stocked with fresh, spray-free herbs and vegetables. Successfully completing a course in nutrition with the Nutrition Academy, established by Cyndi O’Meara from Changing Habits, Jocelyn is a Certified Functional Nutrition consultant.  Her studies continued with the Gut Microbiome extension course through the same academy, and a Certificate in Herbal Medicine. Life is about learning and sharing the knowledge. Jocelyn successfully runs a market table each weekend where her hand blended organic teas sit beside tea toys, other organic tea brands, and Changing Habits real food products.

Plus…Some amazing lucky door prizes to be won!

During supper take the chance to network with other attendees and our speakers.

Book signings will be available.

Sales table will include Changing Habits products and books, Grow eat Heal tea blends and ‘My Wellness Journal’. Kultered Wellness cultures and the Gutalicious cookbook. Eftpos (major credit cards) or cash accepted. 

Ticket Options

General Admission $24.  Unreserved seating.

Thinking of coming along with a friend – tickets – 2 for $36

VIP Ticket $40. Seating in the front section plus a generous mystery gift bag.

HOW TO BOOK:

Select the NUMBER of tickets you want and then click ‘Add to cart’.

If you have any issues with booking your ticket, contact us, we are here to help.

Tickets will be $30 at the door ONLY IF not sold-out prior.

HOST:

This is another Grow Eat Heal whole food workshop/event  with Jocelyn J Murray, Functional Nutrition consultant, herbalist and author of ‘my wellness journal’.  Join us for an evening to elevate your understanding of food and ‘what we won’t eat this decade’  while networking and connecting with your like minded neighbours.

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