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Whole9 Virtual Workshop - Good Food for the Conflicted Eater


Saturday, April 23, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM (MDT)

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Join Dallas Hartwig and Melissa Hartwig, founders of Whole9, for a practical, straightforward, interactive discussion on how to apply our Good Food principles to your specific vegetarian or vegan diet. 

“Whole9 knows their nutrition. Not just that “science-y” stuff like biochemistry, digestion, or endocrinology. In addition to their theoretical background, Melissa and Dallas are masters of  the practical “how-to’s” that can only be learned from working with thousands of peopleand getting results.”

                                                                                      Robb Wolf, Author, The Paleo Solution

In our vegetarian-focused virtual event, you’ll learn:

  • How to apply our Good Food recommendations within the confines of your own specific dietary limitations, whether you eat some animal products or none at all
  • How to incorporate animal products back into your diet - if you so choose - in an ethically responsible manner
  • Our fool-proof meal planning template (MealSimple™) to help you manage meals, snacks and pre- and post-workout nutrition

Want to hear more about our workshops? Check out our Testimonials page!

Workshop Details:

Workshops are conducted via our virtual environment, typically using a web-cam, microphone and text chat.  You can participate using any or all of the above formats, a camera and microphone aren't required - but a strong, stable, broadband (fast) internet connect is necessary. 

Events run 90 minutes in length, and are about half lecture, half Q&A time.  We limit each group to 20, to make sure everyone has plenty of individual attention.

We'll email everyone the sign-in details 24 hours before the event starts. Our virtual platform will give you helpful tutorials on setting up your web-cam and microphone, and allows you to test your connection prior to the event.  We recommend everyone test their set-up before the event is slated to start, so we can hit the ground running.



The group is expected to be familiar with our general food-related recommendations before the event begins.  Suggested reading includes:



If you have questions about this event (or other events), please email

Regarding the Whole9 MealSimple™ template, Dr. Michael Hasz said, “While it’s obviously important to have excellent food quality, you also have to be in the right neighborhood with macronutrients. I tore your MealSimple™ template apart, put it back together, and did all the math. When all was said and done, I realized you had a really well organized plan for people.  You put thought into your recommendations and your meal planning template… and you got it right.” 

                                                        Michael Hasz, M.D. Spinal Surgeon, Virginia Spine Institute

Have questions about Whole9 Virtual Workshop - Good Food for the Conflicted Eater? Contact Whole9


Saturday, April 23, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM (MDT)

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Founded in 2009 by Dallas and Melissa Hartwig, Whole9 is a community focused on health, fitness, balance and sanity, all built on a foundation of real food and healthy nutritional habits.

We have four U.S. seminar teams traveling all across the country, sharing our Good Food word. We also have a team in Canada and another in the South Pacific (Australia, New Zealand, and the surrounding area).

We talk a lot about nutrition on our site and in these seminars, but that’s just one aspect of our program. The ‘9’ in Whole9 comes from these 9 factors, which we believe are all important for optimal health.  Our 9 Blog features all of our articles, addressing various aspects of each of these factors (and then some).

In addition, we are the home of the original Whole30® program (as featured in the Hartwig's New York Times bestselling book, It Starts With Food), which has been quietly changing the lives of tens of thousands of people since April 2009. 

We invite you to learn more about Whole9 and our Whole30 program. Start here.

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