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BRENDAN IS AVAILABLE TO PRESENT ON THE FOLLOWING TOPICS

INCREASING PRODUCTIVITY BY BOOSTING FITNESS: (based on Brendan's 2009 book, Thrive Fitness: Mental and Physical Strength for Life, Penguin)

In an easy step-by-step system based on Thrive Fitness, learn how to build strength that will increase muscular efficacy and therefore boost energy and vitality. Find out how building fitness can reduce the amount of sleep required, stimulate creativity, decrease the need for downtime and cut the risk of sickness and disease

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STRESS REDUCTION THROUGH PLANT-BASED WHOLE FOODS: (based on Brendan's national bestseller, The Thrive Diet, Penguin, 2007)

North Americans are chronically over stressed and as a result are experiencing poor-quality sleep, general fatigue, and are developing sickness and disease in record numbers. While it is common practice to merely treat the symptoms, lean how to address the underlining cause and significantly reduce overall stress, without a loss in productivity.

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VEGAN SPORTS NUTRITION: HOW TO BOOST ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE ON A PLANT-BASED DIET (Based on Thrive: The Vegan Guide to Optimal Performance in Sports and Life, Da Capo, 2009)

Based on Brendan's proven method, learn how to successfully transition to a plant-based diet that will significantly boost athletic performance. How to avoid the common pitfalls and ensure all nutritional needs are met.

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HOW TO SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT BY ADOPTING A PLANT-BASED DIET (talk Brendan wrote and presented on Students for Sustainability university tour, includes PowerPoint). Later adapted into a book, Thrive Foods

The Students for Sustainability tour spanned Canada. Stopping at 21 universities in October of 2008, from St Johns Newfoundland, to Victoria BC, it visited campuses in every Canadian province. David Suzuki, Stephen Lewis, and Elizabeth May were among others on the tour.

Brendan's talk topic:

The production of food contributes to climate change more than all of transportation. Learn how you can significantly reducer your carbon footprint by having just one plant-based meal a day. For example, switching out a standard American breakfast for a nutrient-rich, plant-based smoothie for one year will save the equivalent in greenhouse gas emissions as driving a midsize car (26mpg) from Vancouver, BC to Tijuana, Mexico.

Health@Google Series. November 22, 2010 at Google Headquarters, Mountain View, CA

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