VegMichigan

VegFest Postponed

Out of safety and concern for our attendees, volunteers, and vendors, VegMichigan has made the decision to postpone VegFest until next spring. In the meantime, please mark your calendars for our 5th annual Free Festival on Sunday, September 13 at Riley Park in downtown Farmington. The entire VegMichigan family wishes you and your family good health during these challenging times.

Free Presentation & Vegan Food Tasting

When:
June 18, 2020 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
2020-06-18T18:30:00-04:00
2020-06-18T20:00:00-04:00
Where:
Novi Public Library
45255 W. 10 Mile Road
Novi
MI 48375
Cost:
Free
Contact:
248-349-0720

 

How I Tackled Chronic Illness” presented by Former University of Michigan football player, Marc Ramirez

Join VegMichigan at the Novi Public Library for a delicious free vegan food tasting and presentation. Former University of Michigan football player, Marc Ramirez, will discuss how he reversed Type 2 diabetes and other illnesses with the power of plants. Enjoy free vegan taste samples and learn about the benefits of a plant-based diet. Marc has a wonderful story to share and will inspire you to make positive changes in your own life.

Marc Ramirez is a former University of Michigan football player and TEDx presenter who lost 50 pounds and reversed type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, psoriasis, ED, obestity, and frequent heartburn through the power of food. On December 3, 2011, he and his wife, Kim, began a whole foods, plant-based lifestyle. In just two months Marc no longer needed his 5 medications, including insulin shots. He and Kim felt thrilled with the results, but they also felt frustrated because not enough people know that this way of eating might help them too. In order to raise awareness about the power of plants, they decided to create the non-profit Chickpea and Bean Inc. (Kim is Chickpea because she’s a chick and Marc is bean because, well, he loves beans!) Together they strive to educate people about the power and benefits of a plant-based lifestyle. 

To register, please visit the library website at www.novilibrary.org or call the library at 248-349-0720.