Special Presentation for Women


3 Simple Science-Based Tips That Will Help You Lose Weight Naturally

...without dieting, portion control or exercise.

Plus: the simple (and yummy) "Bean Hack" that has been proven to melt away extra pounds just as effectively as cutting 500 calories a day!

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In This Presentation You'll Discover:

The truth about carbs and how they impact your hormones (any diet that ignores this fact is geared towards young women!)
The body's survival responses that make portion control, skipping meals or cutting calories counterproductive (must see if you value your health)
The #1 ingredient you should add to your diet if you want to lose weight (hint: you can get it in any supermarket for pennies)
From doubt to self-love: a 35 second routine (do this whenever doubts, fears or guilt eat you up inside)
1 simple rule that allows you to eat MORE and achieve the body & vitality you desire (cutting edge and smarter than portion control)

Presented by Luke & Emilie

Over many years Luke and his wife Emilie had suffered from weight issue, anxiety, stomach cramps for years and one day found themselves fearing for Emilie's life.

Fast forward almost 10 years and Luke is an acclaimed personal trainer, author of multiple books and host of the Plant-Fit Summit – the largest online event where leading doctors come together with athletes and inspirations to share their tips. Emilie is a plant-based chef, sponsored ultra-runner and together they have an energetic little girl.

Watch this short video to find out more and get Luke's top three tips to getting started today.



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