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Entertainment in the Byron Shire for the week beginning 26 January, 2022

There's still loads of stuff on in the Byron Shire and beyond

Chef and health coach Adam Guthrie.

Free inspirational talk at The Beet with plant-based chef and health coach Adam Guthrie!

The people of the Beet are excited that they will have Adam Guthrie from I Feel Good Lifestyle (www.ifeelgood.com.au)  joining them on Tuesday 6 February 2018 from 5pm till 6pm at The Beet to speak about his amazing journey from being overweight, depressed, unfulfilled and having a heart attack to becoming one of the healthiest, most amazing and inspiring humans around.

Adam is a serious game changer and it should be a really interesting free seminar. Good vibes guaranteed! 

Adam’s story begins with a rude awakening. At 39 he found himself in hospital after an early-morning surf, discovering he’d had a heart attack and being told by his cardiologist that he will be on daily medications for the rest of his life.

Adam didn’t accept his cardiologist’s ‘solution’ of daily medications; instead, he decided he would do everything in his power to find another way. Adam transformed his diet and lifestyle, lost 30kg, reversed his heart disease, no longer needs medications, and gained enough energy to do an Ironman Triathlon.

Join the team at the Beet for a fun evening of learning about wholefood and plant-based living and discover the ‘five principles for optimum health’, which will help you to feel good while creating more peace, love and kindness in the world.

After the talk, you’re invited to stay on and join the dinner party by ordering a healthy plant-based meal from the Beet menu or the set 3-course wholefood plant-based meal created in collaboration with Adam and our chefs.

Places are limited – call Heather on 0423 192 668 to book.
Woolworths Plaza, Jonson St (near The Cellar bottleshop).

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