THE REVOLUTION IN NUTRITION
29th March 7.00 – 9.00p.m. Boxgrove Hall, Boxgrove, Chichester
Bill Tara and Marlene Watson-Tara
Nutrition has become a field dominated by confusion as conflicting theories struggle for domination in the popular press.
The interesting fact is that there is very little disagreement regarding healthy nutrition outside of vested interests and the food industry.
Join us in an evening talk and discussion on the mythologies, the science, the common sense and the realities on what constitutes a healthy way of eating both individually, for society and for the planet.
Bill Tarais a food activist, educator and author. He was part of the natural food movement in America in the 1960’s and later focused on setting up health education centres in America and Europe. He has been invited to 22 countries to present seminars on Natural Health Care, Macrobiotics and Environmental issues. He has presented expert testimony to Congressional Committees and served as the head of Natural Therapies at one of Europe’s most prestigious health clinics. He and his wife Marlene have recently moved to Chichester. His latest book, Eating As If All Life Matters, was published this past December.
Marlene Watson-Tara As a dedicated health counsellor and teacher with over 40 years’ experience, Marlene’s dietary advice draws from the fields of Macrobiotic Nutrition, her studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine and her certification in Plant- Based Nutrition. Her clients range from the movies and arts to members of royal families. Her vast experience informs a body of knowledge that she eagerly shares with the world. Training chefs or home cooks is one of her passions. She has interviewed most of the world leaders on Plant Based Nutrition on her YouTube series Marlene and Friends.Her next book, Go Vegan, will be published this Spring.
In good health