TryVegan Dinner Lecture by Dr. Steele
January 26 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
EVENT DATE: 01.26.2018 (5pm - 9pm)
City of Tamarac, Chef Brook, Hostess Estela & MC VeganMan PRESENT
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● Free Admission: Bring eco-place setting (reusable plate, mug, utensils to conserve paper, plastic)
● 5:00 EarlyBirds Hour ●Non-alcoholic Bar ●Mix ‘N Mingle ●MENU:
Organic Greens salad (Raw & GF)
Korean Style BBQ Seitan
Subgum Cashew Chow Mein (GF)
Oriental Rice (GF)
Stir Fry Vegetables (GF)
Coconut date/nut rolls for the GF and raw folks
●Vegtastic Open Mic
●Lecture ‘Oriental Medicine & Plant-based Food'
BY ‘THE BAREFOOT PHYSICIAN’, DR. PETER STEELE DOM, AP, MSOM, LAC Vegan, Physician, Florida Master Naturalist, Master Gardener, Sailor (see BIO, below)
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● 8:45 WrapUp – CleanUp
Tamarac Community Center Paradise Ballroom – 8601 W. Commercial Blvd, Tamarac 33351
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Dr. Steele treats his patients using a combination of raw herbs, pharmaceutical-grade herbal extracts, and even injectable drugs made from plant sources. In addition to using herbal therapies, Dr. Steele also uses laboratory testing, therapeutic massage, nutritional counseling, and acupuncture for the benefit of his patients.
Dr. Steele chose to practice this form of medicine because he believes that using natural products minimizes the harm done to our bodies and the environment by replacing the many synthetic chemicals used in modern pharmaceuticals with natural analogues. In addition, with many people in our own country unable to afford expensive pharmaceuticals, he is a loud advocate for medicines that can be cheaply and naturally grown by the very people who need them most.
In addition to his practice, Dr. Steele also works in the community as a Florida Master Naturalist and Master Gardener through the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agriculture Science (UF- IFAS). He seeks to replace many foreign herbal medicines with locally-sourced replacements to help promote and conserve Florida’s natural heritage. To that end, he also gives talks and seminars illustrating the many benefits of plant-based foods and medicines.