Free Online Summit To Empower Diabetics Through Plant-Based Diet

The event will allow participants to learn from top-ranking plant-based physicians

An upcoming event, called the Mastering Diabetes Online Summit, promises to empower diabetics to reverse insulin resistance through the power of a plant-based diet and 'ground-breaking research' - all within the comfort of their own homes.

Contributors to the virtual summit include more than 30 physicians, researchers, and best-selling authors - including famed plant-based doctors, John McDougall, Neal Barnard, and Michael Greger.

The knowledge to be shared during the summit stems from 'more than 85 years of evidence-based research' and is meant to minimize chronic disease risk, foster weight loss, and put attendees 'in the driver's seat' with respect to their health.


Summit details

The summit's content is pertinent to those with type one, type 1.5, type two, gestational, and prediabetes - and more than 25,000 people are expected to participate.

The entirely free event will take place through live stream, from March 28 to April 4, starting at 5am pacific time - and free registration is available online.

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