Fairfax Veg Fest
The Fairfax Veg Fest will be back in-person Sunday, April 24th, 2022 from 10am – 5pm in the NorthWest Federal Credit Union Parking Lot, in Herndon, VA.
We have confirmed amazing speakers: T Colin Campbell, Neal Barnard MD, Baxter Montgomery MD, Gene Baur, Courtland Milloy, Gwyn Whittaker, and Lee Crosby.
Showcasing the benefits of a PLANT-BASED LIFESTYLE for our HEALTH, COMPASSION for animals and PROTECTING our planet.
FAIRFAX VEG FEST SPEAKERS
Our speakers are passionate about educating people how to live a healthy, sustainable, plant-based lifestyle that is healthier for people, animals and the planet!
“It's Time for a Change!”
There’s No Greater Gift You Can Give To Your Own Health Than A Plant-Based Diet.
Properly administered whole-food plant-based diets can prevent, stop, and reverse disease, with life-changing results. In fact, such specific diets are now actually being prescribed as medicine here in Fairfax. It’s exciting that Fairfax is the worldwide epicenter of this new physician use of food as medicine movement! Join us at our Fairfax Veg Fest & learn the latest from our vendors, speakers & chefs. This historic paradigm shifting of our healthcare system is happening right here in our local community! It’s long been known that true healthcare actually consists of the food a person chooses to eat.
There’s No Greater Gift You Can Give To The Animals Than A Plant-Based Diet.
Fairfax Veg Fest wants help to enable people to reconsider their relationships with animals as commodities in order to incorporate a more compassionate lifestyle that benefits their own health, the health of the planet, and all living beings.
There’s No Greater Gift You Can Give To Our Planet Than A Plant-Based Diet.
It may not be as widely known, or understood, but conventional animal farming is one of the most destructive forces our planet faces. The resources used to produce animal based food products are neither sustainable nor necessary. Everything from water, to land, to food itself is being used at levels that we simply cannot maintain. Reducing demand for animal-based products could have immensely positive benefits for our planet.