A plant-based conference in California next month will will feature six vegan bodybuilders over the course of two-days.
The line-up at Your Plant-Based Guide Conference, which takes place on May 19 and 20, will include two-time vegan bodybuilding champion, Robert Cheeke, professional vegan trainer and athlete, Vanessa Espinoza, four-time vegan bodybuilding champion, Will Tucker, and vegan fitness professional Ella Mager.
They will appear as presenters and fitness panel participants, along with include Instagram celebrity and finalist in PETA's Sexiest Vegan Next Door contest, Dr. Angie Sadeghi, as well as Texas-based celebrity trainer and metabolism expert, Thomas Tadlock.
According to a spokesperson for the event: "In the paid portion of Your Plant-Based Guide Conference, fitness professionals and vegan bodybuilders will be sharing their secrets to rapid and long-term weight loss, how to build muscle with plants, how to ensure adequate consumption of protein on a vegan diet, and more.
"Robert Cheeke, Vanessa Espinoza, Ella Magers, and Thomas Tadlock will be selling and autographing their books in the Author's Area – an area of the conference that is free and open to the public.
"Attendees are welcome and encouraged to take photos with the presenters as well."
Conference organizer and founder of vegan nutrition information company 360 Health Connection, Gina Bonanno-Lemos' says her goal is to 'dispel the myth of the weak and thin vegan'.
"In doing so she hopes to attract more men to a plant-based diet, in an effort to address lifestyle diseases and health issues such as cardiovascular disease, erectile dysfunction, diabetes, and more," says the spokesperson.
You can find out more about the event - and the fitness professionals - here
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