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Did you know that 90% of people believe their diets are healthy while the rates of diet-related disease are skyrocketing? Healthy choices can be challenging, it’s true. This simple, 10-Day program is perfect for people who would like to improve their eating habits, yet find mainstream nutrition information totally overwhelming, feel they’re too busy to cook, or just don’t know where to begin.

Our ten engaging and informative conversations invite you to rethink these notions and take steps in a healthy new direction. Enjoy them, along with the daily dose of health inspiration that will be delivered to your mailbox during the Enliven 10-Day Speaker Summit.  You’ll be amazed at how enlivening a healthier diet can be!


Elizabeth Borelli – Monday, January 6th

Beanalicious Living is dedicated to making delicious food simple and affordable. Her website ElizabethBorelli.com provides recipes, tips and strategies for making healthy eating a priority, no matter how busy you are.

  • Learn how and why our “10 Day Challenge” can get you on the road to healthier food choices, leading to a healthier lifestyle for you and your family.
  • Understand why people are confused about what to eat and how to wade through all the information that is out there.
  • Why it is so necessary to understand exactly what processed foods are and which are acceptable and which are important to avoid.
  • Avoiding failure when you begin to makes dietary changes.
  • Understand how important it is to read product nutritional labels.

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Ready to optimize your health and change your life? The Enliven Ten Day Wellness Challenge includes motivational new insights from these leading experts:


Meghan Telpner – Tuesday, January 7th at 12pm PST

Meghan Telpner is a Toronto-based nutritionista and her humorous, engaging and real approach to healthy living has garnered her a world-wide following and extensive media attention. Her online cooking courses and health programs are making this vibrant living lifestyle available across the globe. Meghan’s bestselling book UnDiet: Eat Your Way to Vibrant Health is creating a revolution in how people think about their health.

  • How Crohn’s disease charted a new career path for Meghan.
  • Enjoy your food with benefits:  eating for energy, clarity and easy weight management.
  • Hear the meaning behind Meghan’s favorite sayings, and why it really works.
  • Learn how to put the fun back in healthy and reap amazing benefits.
  • Meghan shares the “Undiet” and her philosophy on breaking the rules and living a full life.


Robyn O’Brien – Wednesday, January 8th at 12pm PST

A former food industry analyst, Robyn O’Brien is an author, strategist and mother of four, dedicated to exposing the impact that the global food system is having on our health.

Robyn is regarded as an expert on children’s health policy. She’s been called “food’s Erin Brockovich” by The New York Times and has been named by SHAPE Magazine as a “Women To Shape the World”, by Forbes Woman as one of “20 Inspiring Women to Follow on Twitter,” and by The Discovery Channel as one of its 15 Top Visionaries. Robyn’s work has also been recognized by individuals such as Dr. Oz, Robert Kennedy Jr., Ted Turner and Prince Charles. She is the author of the groundbreaking book, The Unhealthy Truth, and founder of the visionary organization AllergyKids which is focused on restoring the integrity of the food supply and the health of children.

  • Robyn’s shares her personal story that re-directed her life’s work to focus on restoring the integrity of the food supply and the health of children.
  • Learn about the immediate benefits from eliminating toxic foods from your families diet.
  • How to handle challenges when making changes in your families diet.
  • The top dozen foods to avoid because of heavy pesticide residue and on toxins in skin care products.
  • Robyn discusses her work with Allergy Kids.


Marc David – Thursday, January 9th at 12pm PST

Marc David is the Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, a leading visionary, teacher and consultant in Nutritional Psychology, and the author of the classic and bestselling works Nourishing Wisdom and The Slow Down Diet. His work has been featured on CNN, NBC and numerous media outlets. His books have been translated into over 10 languages, and his approach appeals to a wide audience of eaters who are looking for fresh, inspiring and innovative messages about food, body and soul. The Institute for the Psychology of Eating is the world’s only teaching organization dedicated to a forward thinking, positive, holistic approach to nutritional psychology.

  • Marc shares his personal experience along with his in-depth work on the relationship between emotions and food.
  • The pain and the healing of eating disorders.
  • Learn about how many people struggle with some form of an eating disorder and understand if you are driven by unconscious eating patterns.
  • How parents can avoid or manage the pitfalls of appearance and consumption in our society that can become a breeding ground for diet dysfunction.
  • Learn about life-changing strategies for dealing with serious issues around food.


Rita Rivera – Friday, January 10th at 12pm PST

Rita Rivera began her career as a professional dancer in NYC, then eventually moved to Northern California to continue her fulfilling career as a performer, choreographer, teacher of dance and the Alexander Technique. Rita’s experience in movement awareness and the body grew alongside her interest in food, nutrition and “eating for health & wellness”. After curing her chronic sinus and digestive issues and over the course of a week, upon removing dairy and soy from her diet, Rita was inspired her to launch Milk’s Alive, creating fresh pressed plant milks, and dairy-free desserts, which was the basis for her new book of 140 plant based milk recipes by the same name.

  • Rita shares her story of how being a professional dancer helped her along the path to improving her diet.
  • How sinus and digestive issues cleared up after taking certain foods out of her diet.
  • Learn  how the Alexander Technique can influence your journey to health and well-being.
  • Develop and further the mind-body connection, creating new opportunities to choose health, in spite of deeply ingrained habits.
  • Body awareness modalities that support integration and healing.



Ocean Robbins – Monday, January 13th at 12pm PST

Ocean Robbins is co-founder and CEO of the 100,000+ member Food Revolution Network, adjunct professor in Chapman University’s Peace Studies Department, and co-author of Voices of the Food Revolution. He founded Youth for Environmental Sanity (YES!) at age 16, and directed the organization for 20 years. Ocean has spoken in person to more than 200,000 people and facilitated hundreds of gatherings for leaders from 65+ nations.  He is a recipient of the Freedom’s Flame Award and the national Jefferson Award for Outstanding Public Service. Ocean is the father special needs twins born in 2001.

  • Ocean shares how his family background informed his relationship to food and the food movement.
  • The simple facts on GMO’s and how damaging they are to our body and our environment.
  • Which popular recognizable brands have been bought by mega-corporations and how that impacts our health.
  • Steps to improve your mood, energy levels, maintain healthy weight, and avoiding diet-related disease.
  • Ocean shares his views on the big picture of what’s at stake with our food systems today, and what gives him hope.


Melanie Warner – Tuesday, January 14th at 12pm PST

Melanie Warner began her career as a freelance writer for various publications, including the New York Times, Men’s Journal, Fast Company and CBSNews.com. As a staff reporter for the New York Times covering the food industry Melanie became intrigued by the processed food industry enough to devote herself to a multi-year research project which gave her behind the scenes access into a shocking reality that effects every one of us. Her new book, Pandora’s Lunchbox, was named a Best Food Book of 2013 by Huffington Post.

  • Get a look behind the scenes of the processed food industry as Melanie shares her investigative research.
  • Learn about the “truth” behind vitamins used to fortify foods, what they are made from and how they are manufactured.
  • Discover which food products and additives are ones that you want to completely avoid.
  • Learn about the relationship between highly processed food and the body’s metabolism.
  • Melanie informs us about the FDA’s policy towards food additive regulation, and the GRAS list, and how this effects consumers.


Jamie Smith – Wednesday, January 15th at 12pm PST

Chef Jamie Smith’s career began at the French Culinary Institute in NYC, working for and with some of the most renowned culinary legends in the country; legends like Andre Soltner, Jacques Pepin, and Alice Waters before opening his own award-winning restaurant in Santa Cruz. Jamie later served as Food Service Director of the Santa Cruz City Schools, where he took the farm-to-table model and scaled it to farm-to-school lunches. Chef Jamie’s impressive hands-on experience with feeding elementary school kids healthy foods on a shoestring budget offers insights we can all learn from!

  • Jamie shares his story, as Food Service Director of the Santa Cruz City Schools, where he took the farm-to-table model and scaled it to farm-to-school lunches.
  • Jamie discusses the Supper Program, which provides programs in low-income neighborhoods and the difference in kids who participated.
  • Jamie gives us the background of his Meatless Monday campaign and how it has impacted kids at school and families.
  • Jamie shares tips on feeding families and larger groups of children, healthy fresh food on a very low budget, and making it delicious.
  • Jamie offers suggestions on how to make better choices and resist pervasive junk food offerings.


Nickie Knight – Thursday, January 16th at 12pm PST

Nickie Knight is the founder of popular web site, HipMomsGoGreen. Nickie combined a nursing degree from The University of Virginia and an innate love of research to tremendous effect in her personal life by minimizing her children’s severe health issues through alterations to her family’s diet and environment.

For over a decade, Nickie has fielded inquiries in the fields of homeopathy, naturopathy, and nutrition, and also draws on her experience in interior design to gather and disseminate information on the management and/or elimination of home-based toxins. Nickie speaks to and mentors women on how to get nutrient dense foods into their families diet in delicious ways. Her specialty is in simplifying the process of going green so that moms are undaunted by the task of creating a healthier world for themselves and their children.

  • Nickie shares her story of a career shift from an RN to an advocate for natural health and wellness.
  • What does it mean to green your household and create a healthy home.
  • Contradictory information about diets and understanding food labels, Nicki is a pro at cutting through the confusion.
  • Sugar, how much and how to minimize.
  • How do you keep your kids eating healthy when they are exposed to junk everywhere?


John Robbins – Friday, January 17th at 12pm PST

Bestselling author, social activist, and humanitarian John Robbins is the author many influential books, including million copy best-seller Diet for a  new America, which went on to become a popular PBS series. John is the recipient of the Rachel Carson Award, the Albert Schweitzer Humanitarian Award, the Peace Abbey’s Courage of Conscience Award, and Green America’s Lifetime Achievement Award, among others. John’s work has been featured in the NYtimes, the Washington Post, the LA times and numerous other publications. John has been a guest on Oprah. co-founder and CEO of the 100,000+ member Food Revolution Network.

  • John’s inspiring story from heir to the largest ice cream franchise in the world to a leading global advocate for sustainable food.
  • What does it mean to “Eat close to the earth”.
  • Why it makes sense to reduce animal products in your family’s diet.
  • Advise to busy parents who are concerned about the health of their children, and are unsure how to introduce change into their families.
  • Vital at 60 and beyond, John speaks about some of the foods essential to a healthy diet.

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