Dr. Ed Talks

 Dr. Bauman is available for an array of public speaking engagements. He has tailored his presentations to reach a variety of audiences. Click on title below to download the outlines of the program that best suits your event needs. 
Keynote Speech
Dr. Ed's keynote speech on Food IS Medicine is one that will set a inspiring tone for a health, medical, nutritional or symposium. This is a wonderful back to the future perspective with traditional wisdom skillfully backed up with evidence base research. Let food be thy medicine and keynote address!
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Seminars and Workshops
Dr. Ed has created two programs of major value for health professionals and intelligent consumers hungry for ways to take good health to the next level and to overcome chronic illness, injury, infection and addiction. Practical, hands-on education with slide notes, recipes and syllabus provided.
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Community Lectures
A splendid variety of lectures are available from Dr. Ed to educate, entertain and inspire healthy eating and lifestyle practices. These lectures can be used for business lunch and learn meetings, school presentations for children and adults, and at churches, community centers and in doctors offices. 
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On August 29, 2016, Nestle USA invited Dr. Ed Bauman to speak to their employees in Oakland, CA on The Healing Power of Food. It was a significant example of a large corporate food company encouraging their employees to Eat for Health.Dr. Ed's motivational and informative talk, along with a tasting and recipe of his Flavors of Health Carrot, Jicama, Apple salad was a home run with this group.Dr. Ed speaks to the corporate world in a language they appreciate, influencing how they eat,live and develop better products and services. 
Dr. Ed Bauman was invited to be the featured speaker at the Rotary Club of Santa Rosa East on October 4, 2017. The group of 50 members were very appreciative of his well chosen slides and thoughtful answers to their questions of what and how to eat to stay well, manage disease and improve their health as they age.

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