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World Peace Diet Author Tours New Zealand

Acclaimed author and international speaker Will Tuttle Ph. D. will be in New Zealand, offering a compelling and liberating new understanding of our food and our culture.

Dr. Tuttle’s best-selling book, The World Peace Diet, has been heralded as the harbinger of a new world. The World Peace Diet, delivers an inspiring talk about the food we choose, where it comes from, and how it affects us physically, culturally, and spiritually.

New Zealand is part of Dr. Tuttle’s international speaking tour, which also includes Australia and Taiwan. Whilst here, he will share how social transformation is possible through empowering people to make more informed food choices. The principles in The World Peace Diet incorporate systems theory, teachings from the human sciences, world mythologies and religions and apply to people of conscience from any, or no, faith tradition.

“Food is our most intimate and telling connection both with the natural order and with our cultural heritage,” Tuttle says and he urges people who wish to learn more of his ideas to join him on his tour dates which include Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Hamilton and Kaitaia.


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