Sunday, December 23, 2012

Juicing with John Kohler

Lose Weight and Get Healthier in the New Year by
Juicing Your Own Vegetables!

When: Saturday, Jan 5
Time: 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Where: 6550 Cowboy Trail
(215 frwy; exit Jones; North to Mello, Rt to Bradley, Rt to Ano to 6550 Cowboy Trl, Las Vegas, NV)
(Look for the Cowboy & Address out front and drive thru to the back gardens)

Call Marilyn if you get lost -- 604-31650


Juicing is the easiest way to include more fresh vegetables and fruits in to your diet. Statistically only 11% of Americans eat 5+ servings of fruits and vegetables a day. Don’t be a statistic! In this talk you will learn how to increase your fruit and vegetable intake with juicing.

In this talk, John will cover everything you need to know about juicing including:
· The differences between juicing, blending and eating whole produce.
· The benefits that can be obtained by juicing.
· The different types of juicers and their differences.
· The best juicer to purchase.
· The types of produce you should juice.
· The best places in Las Vegas to purchase organic produce for juicing.
· And much more...

John Kohler has been a raw, plant based diet since 1995; he turned to juicing and healthy eating for healing from a life threatening-illness (spinal meningitis) and has enjoyed dynamic health ever since. The focus of his research has beenin the area of obtaining the highest level of health. One of John’s goals is to educate the world about the power of eating a diet rich in fresh fruits and vegetables. John also owns and manages and is the number one expert on juicers in the world. He is widely sought out and regularly speaks and instructs at many health festivals and events. This is a rare opportunity to hear John speak in person in Las Vegas, most of his teaching now days is done online - John has over 1100 videos on YouTube that teach about raw foods, juicing and gardening, that have been viewed over 11 million times! In his spare time he likes to garden. John shares his gardening tips and teaches you how to grow your own food at

RSVP - Limited Seating

$5 Donation

**Post by Marilyn of Organic Edibles

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