MORRISTOWN, NJ - A free talk on plant based eating will take place at the Morristown & Morris Township Library on Tuesday April 24 at 7pm. Marisa Sweeney, RDN and Co-founder of New Jersey VegFest will lead the discussion which will offer helpful tips for healthy eating.
The presentation will be geared towards people interested in making the jump to veganism as well as those interested in learning how to make their diet a little more plant-based. Helpful tips for delicious plant-based cooking options will be offered along with samples of easy to prepare vegan food.
“We have met so many ‘vegan-curious’ people through our New Jersey VegFest events,” said Sweeney. “Many are interested in adopting a more plant-based diet but want to do it in a healthy way, making sure to get enough protein and other nutrients. I created this talk to help people learn how to get started.”
The Morristown and Morris Township Library is located at 1 Miller Road, Morristown. The meeting will be held in the lower level meeting room.
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About New Jersey VegFest
New Jersey VegFest has a mission to make New Jersey a more compassionate, healthier and happier place to live by bringing together vegan friendly foods, products and non-profits with people of the Garden State. We are hosting two vegan food and lifestyle festivals in 2018 (Atlantic City, July 14 and Meadowlands Exposition Center, October 6) as well as a series of pop up shops in Morristown, Asbury Park, and other locations as requested. We also host the Vegan Booster Club podcast which highlights vegan and animal-friendly businesses across New Jersey. We are committed to building a community across the state and bringing vegan pizza to every town. https://njvegfest.com
About New Jersey VegFest Founders: Marisa Sweeney and Kendra Arnold
Marisa Sweeney has been a Registered Dietitian since 2009 and is also the Owner of Be Well., a Morristown-based wellness center that offers a full menu of integrative health and wellness services (www.BeWellMorristown.com ). She has developed numerous nutrition and wellness programs for corporations and medical practices, and strongly promotes whole-food, plant-based diets.
Kendra Arnold has been vegan for 15 years and vegetarian for even longer. Living a healthy, happy lifestyle and bringing people together is a huge motivator for her and she is a founder of Bike & Walk Morristown and a dedicated lover of delicious vegan food and drink.