FOODPREUNER EXPERT CARLA LEE JOHNSTON - ALL MEAT VS. VEGETARIAN DIETS
ALL MEAT VS. VEGETARIAN DIETS
One of the trends in the diet world is part of a movement called "Zero Carb" living and although there are different subsets (some followers, for example, do eat vegetables or even, gasp, fruit), the basic principle is to avoid any and all carbs in your diet. It's similar to the Atkins diet that was all the rage some years ago. However, what we do know from Atkins diet, is that heavy meat protein damages the liver and kidneys and is carcinogenic.
How does one make sense and not be thrown about by get thin quick trends that can actually cause long term damage to our bodies? Bottom line, studies show that losing carbohydrate fat by depriving yourself of your body’s first fuel supply does not last. What if a non-diet approach to a healthy life and trim tummy was much easier than you think? As the new year dawns, diets are on the top of lists and there are lots of diet marketers getting fat in their bank accounts on our knowledge deficiencies….
ABOUT CARLA LEE JOHNSTON:
Carla Lee Johnston, Evolutionary Expert and World Renowned Humanitarian, is the Founder & CEO of One Team Humanity Foods, and Carla Lee’s NutBurgers. Carla is a front-line warrior serving humanity as a “nuttin but love from Mama Earth” food manufacturer committed to the new heart-centered unity-based Benevolent Enterprise model– BE – putting our humanity’s highest good before profits; giving back by feeding hungry hearts and tummies.
Sharing unfiltered truth as radio & TV guest, Speaker, author, and documentary film-maker committed to connecting the dots to a food industry that’s gone sour—adding back the missing ingredient—love—in pursuit of empowering with unbiased knowledge so WE can reclaim our power-with sovereignty to co-create a sustainable future worth choosing.
SCOTT FRASER – DIRECTOR, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE WINE COMPETITION JANUARY 5-8 (THE ANNUAL PUBLIC TASTING TAKES PLACE ON FEBRUARY 13, 2016)
The 2016 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition (SFCWC) has received 7,162 entries this year. This is the highest number of wine entries seen to date, shattering 2015's previous record of 6,417 entries from 28 states. Submissions came pouring in from across the nation, from independent winemakers and boutique wineries to large scale producers.
The SFCWC is the largest competition of American wines in the world, and it continues to expand in size and scope. This year, the SFCWC is adding five new categories of ciders, including heritage ciders, fruit ciders, culinary ciders, wood-aged ciders and specialty ciders.
At the Cloverdale Citrus Fair from January 5-8, the wines will be evaluated and rated by 65 wine judges during the judging portion of the competition. Once the judging is completed, many of the award winning wines will be featured at the annual Public Tasting, which takes place on February 13, 2016 at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco.
THE PUBLIC TASTING WILL TAKE PLACE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH FROM 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM AT FORT MASON CENTER IN SAN FRANCISCO
WHAT: San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Public Tasting
WHEN: Saturday, February 13, 2015
WHERE: Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center, San Francisco
TIME: 1:30pm – 5pm
COST: $55 Early Bird tickets thru December 31st, $70 Advance Purchase, $95 at the door (the event has sold out for the past five years; advance ticket purchase is recommended.)
ABOUT THE SFCWC:
Founded in 1983 as the modestly sized Cloverdale Citrus Fair Wine Competition, the current competition has evolved immensely over the years, expanding its eligibility to wineries throughout the United States. In 2000, the event gained sponsorship from the San Francisco Chronicle and appropriately assumed the title the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. Celebrating its 16th anniversary this year, the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition is pleased to help support the non-profit Cloverdale Citrus Fair, as well as wine and food education at educational institutions and non-profit organizations. Santa Rosa Junior College Wine Studies Program and Culinary Arts Program, Fresno State University Enology Program, California Polytechnic State University Enology Program at San Luis Obispo, and other non-profit organizations have all received support from past competitions.
Scott Fraser is co-owner and proprietor of winejudging.com. Scott handles all advertising, promotion, and operations for winejudging.com. Scott resides in Thousand Oaks, California with his wife Nicole, daughter Annabel and son Preston. Scott Fraser is District Manager for the Intermountain District of Dole Fresh Fruit Company based in Westlake Village, California. Scott was instrumental in the formation of the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition as it was the result of his senior project titled "The Market Feasibility of a Wine Competition Tasting in a Metropolitan City" while obtaining his B.S./M.S. in Agriculture Management at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.