David Wolfe — Health, Eco, Nutrition, and Natural Beauty Expert

Today is the best day ever.

David “Avocado” Wolfe is the rock star and Indiana Jones of the superfoods and longevity universe. The world’s top CEOs, ambassadors, celebrities, athletes, artists, and the real superheroes of this planet—Moms—all look to David for expert advice in health, beauty, herbalism, nutrition, and chocolate!

David is the celebrity spokesperson for America’s #1 selling kitchen appliance: the NUTRiBULLET™ and for www.LongevityWarehouse.com. He is the co-founder of TheBestDayEver.com online health magazine and is the visionary founder and president of the non-profit The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation charity (www.ftpf.org) with a mission to plant 18 billion fruit, nut, and medicinal trees on planet Earth.

With over 20 years of dedicated experience and having hosted over 2750 live events, David has led the environmental charge for radiant health via a positive mental attitude, eco-community building, living spring water, and the best-ever quality organic foods and herbs.

David champions the ideals of spending time in nature, growing one’s own food, and making today the best day ever. He teaches that inspiration is found in love, travel, natural beauty, vibrant health, and peak-performance.

David has circumnavigated the Earth for decades seeking out the world’s purest foods and waters and leading adventure retreats (please see www.davidwolfeadventures.com).

David is a gourmet chocolatier, organic farmer, beekeeper, and a vanilla grower. He is passionate about the beautifying, health giving and mystical qualities of dark organic chocolate. You may find his favorite chocolate at: www.sacredchocolate.com/DavidAvocadoWolfe.

David is the author of many best-selling books, including Eating for Beauty, The Sunfood Diet Success System, Naked Chocolate, Amazing Grace, Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future, Chaga: King of the Medicinal Mushrooms and Longevity NOW. He has also appeared in numerous breakthrough documentaries and films including: Food Matters, Hungry for Change, and Discover the Gift.

David’s Facebook site (www.facebook.com/DavidAvocadoWolfe) daily touches people all over the globe by delivering succinct powerful inspiration, news, and education.

David is a highly sought after health and personal success speaker. He has shared the stage with success and business coaches like Anthony Robbins, Richard Branson, Brian Tracy, John DeMartini, as well as acclaimed doctors and health researchers including: Dr. Bruce Lipton, Dr. Joseph Mercola, Dr. Sara Gottfried, Dr. Lissa Rankin, Dr Dave Woynarowksi and many more.

David is a lead educator and presenter at the annual Longevity Conference, Institute of Integrative Nutrition, and the Body-Mind Institute, where he hosts his own course: www.bodymindinstitute.com/the-david-wolfe-nutrition-certification/

 
 

 


 

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Lorena BortI just walk out to the back yard and pick two handfuls of fresh raspberries for breakfast every morning, nothing faster than that! Cheap too!

11 hours ago   ·  41

Chester HayesYes. If we took care of a garden as much as we do our yard. We wouldn’t know what to do with all the veggies and fruit if we had the trees!!!

11 hours ago   ·  27

Kismet ConradThank you!!! Why aren’t there fruit trees in parks?

11 hours ago   ·  9

Diane DuusOr just allow us to garden on our front yards too.

11 hours ago   ·  5

Kelley FitzgeraldYes!!! It was crazy to see not only a fast food joint, but also a pharmacy on practically every intersection while I was visiting Lafayette, Louisiana.

11 hours ago   ·  4

Mikael Aranga-Papuni<3 Organic Produce :)

11 hours ago   ·  3

Sherrie BrownThat’s my kinda fast foods!!

11 hours ago   ·  3

Holly Redmon ConwayOr have an a round the year garden at your disposal that can be grown inside or out hollyconway.gardentower.com

11 hours ago   ·  3

Paul Joseph MoultonFast"real food"

11 hours ago   ·  3

Tina ThompsonAgreed!!

11 hours ago   ·  2

Michael S. CampbellUntil your crops become accidentally pollenated with by Monsanto’s "property".

11 hours ago   ·  2

Janis Churchill RowlandsSmartest thing BDB ever said.

11 hours ago   ·  2

Доминик СветланаSooo natures? Market? And it’s free!

11 hours ago   ·  2

Ardian KryeziuArdi Miranda, a pi perngjan Amandes pas 2-3 viteve, apo gabim e kom?:)

7 hours ago   ·  1

Corina AvramI wish! But sadly not with this overpopulation and drought! :(

11 hours ago   ·  2

Tyler MahaneyDrop kick this dude

11 hours ago   ·  1

Fiona HerringJ hear a lot of people say yes but it’s so hard!! Ehhh! No its not! You can grow tomatoes on a balcony or many other veg for that matter! If you don’t have the space how about trying to work together and have a community veg patch?! We have allotments in the UK which you have to go on a waiting list for but it’s a space of land for growing fruit and veg in. All cities have them and most towns too. If you don’t have a lot of time grow low maintenance fruit and veg! Other option is a veggie tower! So if you really want to grow your own you really can!!

7 hours ago   ·  2

Mary TaylorI thought a garden was a fast food restaurent..Grow a couple of fruit trees and you got dessert…yummy

11 hours ago   ·  2

Veena VinceOfcourse

6 hours ago   ·  1

Sharon TraceyAnd are they good this year…………..

2 hours ago

Marion MorrisonTotally agree

9 hours ago   ·  1

Shannon SilvaUnless you live in CA….we have no water. 😭

13 minutes ago

DobieandRon GreenwoodActually we have over 400million sq miles of "gardens"(crop producing land) far more than fast food restaurants.

1 hour ago

Kim WelchGardens are wonderful and healthy !!!!

5 hours ago   ·  1

Karly NoëlleI wonder if it’s jersey fresh.

11 hours ago   ·  1

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Jewell GeorgeLet the wife make her husband glad to come home. and let him make her sorry to see him leave. Martin Luther

15 hours ago   ·  130

Diane JayExcellent advice! We’ve been married almost 36 years.

15 hours ago   ·  40

Patrick McCollumSorry, we were totally in love from day one and that has never changed for the last 52 years. I want her more every day. Life has meaning if I can live and share it through her loving eyes.

13 hours ago   ·  32

Susan Adams-hayesI’ve been married for 40 yrs to same man -we have 5 children & I’ll tell u it’s not always easy!! U have to be inventive try to spice it up!! Always knowing it is forever!! And make them your best friend-even at the times u hate them!! Which does happen!! I think knowing that’s normal too helps!!

14 hours ago   ·  29

Carol Schmitzwhen you really love each other, you work together to make a happy marriage.Got married at age 20. Now happily married 37 years. ♡♡

15 hours ago   ·  22

Beth Gracetrue story! If you put nothing in the box you don’t deserve to keep them.

15 hours ago   ·  10

Brent HartmanUnfortunately mine emptied in 7yrs

15 hours ago   ·  10

Janice McFaddenYes. It’s all about giving and receiving love. True love is not about silly things like it’s your turn to walk the dog. True love is about unconditional love. This means loving your husband when he’s sick, tired, angry, moody, and forgets to pick up the quinoa. When one partner stops loving another then the marriage falls into neglect. When both partners support each other emotionally and they also like and love each other then you have a partnership. Being thoughtful, truthful, and communicating clearly with compassion is important. Marriage is a commitment based in love. It shouldn’t be a chore to fill the box.

12 hours ago   ·  7

Harriette JensenIf we want our children to have an accurate picture of marriage, then we should stop with the Cinderella stories or show what happens after Cinderella and the Prince get married!

7 hours ago   ·  6

Marianne WilkinsBeen married 46 years and he is my best friend and our box is overflowing :)

8 hours ago   ·  5

Marlene Chong-KwanMarriage and parenthood is learned from experience or watching our own parents. If we had bad parents more often or not we will be bad parents, but maybe not, some people are determined not to be like their parents. My husband and I will celebrate our 58th year of marriage this year. It has not been all uphill, but we have stuck together through thick and thin. We had different nationalities, myself being Scottish and my husband from Mauritius, having a Chinese father and a Mauritian mother. We were married very young. Growing older makes things harder but we do try to understand the changes, in mind and body. Still going strong and enjoying the grandchildren. Marriage is not easy. It is one of the hardest things to keep together. Nowadays the young give up too easily they don’t know what they are missing.

13 hours ago   ·  4

Sean ReykjalinWow, that’s very interesting. Thank you David for sharing this! 😉✌🏼️

15 hours ago   ·  3

Tamar ClarkeYou also need to act as a team, work together, be on the same wavelength when it comes to rules and values. Communication is also important and respecting each other.

13 hours ago   ·  2

Gerald CarpenterTrue going on 41 Years

15 hours ago   ·  2

Jeanne DillonGreat advice!

15 hours ago   ·  1

Supraporn Promlakanoit’s too late for me

15 hours ago   ·  1

Karen CamardellaThis describes the work it takes to make a marriage last. Give and take and always remember how you felt when you first met. You will share pain, problems, tears and joy but LOVE will keep you strong.

12 hours ago   ·  1

Dimitrius O’Sha JohnsonMost people prepare for the wedding; they aren’t prepared for the what comes after the wedding.

14 hours ago   ·  1

Mark McBeeYou lost me at box

14 hours ago   ·  1

Tresa HatcherI fulling believe that, both people is what makes one to complete both of you

14 hours ago   ·  1

Robin LynTruth!

15 hours ago   ·  1

Sheri Garneau-RhyneWonderful advice for everyone and then the two shall become one ! Also, if we all follow "The Golden Rule" ~ Matt 7:12 and Luke 6:31 ~ our lives would be so very much happier and fulfilling.

14 hours ago   ·  1

Karen EsslingerSarah, something to put away for the next course

15 hours ago   ·  1

Niamh McIntoshKinda you guys Rachel? You’ve got so much to celebrate inside said box… Can’t wait, and am afraid I’ll be needing tissues

15 hours ago   ·  1

Karen MullineuxSo very true GW. If one puts in and the other takes out the box is always empty.

8 hours ago   ·  1

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Corey HatfieldMy 3 yearold son will barely even look at food if it doesn’t have leaves our a stem lol you try to give him a candy bar and he’ll look at it like it’s radiated and ask for a carrot xD

17 hours ago   ·  60

Bernice ChengYou are what you eat

17 hours ago   ·  17

Kimberly OsborneThat about sums it up right there! ;)

17 hours ago   ·  5

Diane LenfesteyI’m a bit of both.

17 hours ago   ·  3

Heather StarkWell I eat more junk than anything my body likes it.. Lol

17 hours ago   ·  2

Carolin Loktam😄😄 I like both

17 hours ago   ·  2

Priscilla Vd HeuvelI like green food :) fruits are really awesome. I like apples, bananas and more

17 hours ago   ·  2

Karynna SunshineThat simple 😉😘🙏🏼

17 hours ago   ·  2

Raina Zilius StoneThose of us disabled living on very little sometimes have little choice. I try to eat very healthy but sometimes quantity wins over quality. Our food donation service gives potato rolls and soda….yuck! No thanks

16 hours ago   ·  1

Aria Dunya Marriott MarriottYou are what you eat.

16 hours ago   ·  1

Barbara MallickSometimes some people can afford to eat that type of stuff in my brain I should my heart knows I should put my pocket book says ain’t no way

14 hours ago   ·  1

Ruchira Munjal100% Truth. :)

16 hours ago   ·  1

Bradley StaunerI know it’s a confusing concept. Don’t know why we ever lost it, oh I know Dr spock, genius medicine. Breaston milk bad simalack good Gerber good. Mom at home learning holistic medicine at home and being close to her children bad Gloria steinem good men bad, ok I get it. More kool aid please.

17 hours ago   ·  1

Marugenia MosquedaThat’s common sense. ;)

16 hours ago   ·  1

Lene AndersenAmen 🙏🏻

17 hours ago   ·  1

Tiffany DawnI like both

17 hours ago   ·  1

HelenNess UngHelen thats right babe!! Junk food = junk body!

16 hours ago   ·  1

Michelle Shanti PazTrue!!! I need to start eating real food. I want a living body :D

17 hours ago   ·  1

Jane IrelandTrue 😃

16 hours ago

DaRrk ShadDowsThere is nothing named healthy food and unhealthy food
But
There is people eat like human
And
There is people eat like monsters

Eat whatever you want but in small amounts

17 hours ago

Candie K. PilgrimYessreee

17 hours ago

Diana DonathenLiving food, empty wallet! A lot of people would eat healthier if fresh foods weren’t so expensive!

13 hours ago

Lora GibbsWhen I was young I could go without healthy foods (while traveling etc.) and not feel worse for it, but now I feel tired and sick if I go even a weekend without enough fresh fruits and vegetables.

15 hours ago

Barida Thereasa Bacon100% True!

15 hours ago

Arlene ArriolaUgh I’m junk body! Unfortunately

13 hours ago

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