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Kirk Metz on The New Health Conversation-TV

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The New Health Conversation Cable-TV Show

Kirk Metz on The New Health Conversation-TV
Kirk Metz on The New Health Conversation-TV
Kirk Metz on The New Health Conversation-TV

For More than 3 Decades Kirk Metz has devoted his life discovering and teaching people how to maximize their human potential.

The New Health Conversation has become one of Kirk’s most passionate pursuits, he will share his story and his vision Live in Studio on how he is going to help educate the world about The New Health Conversation.

This show has been scheduled to first air on Comcast Cable Ch56 on 2013-09-09 20:00

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Kirk’s journey allowed him to become a certified as an E Mylth Consultant, Dream Coach, and an Infinite Possibilities Coach among his many credentials. As a result Kirk Metz is considered one of the world’s foremost innovators, teacher, trainer and coach in the field of human Potential.

“I met Peter Greenlaw 8 years ago and we discovered a common bond and unique ability in to collaboration on the best ways to educate and enlighten people on what Peter was discovering in his research.”

On the New Health Conversation television show, Kirk will be Peter Greenlaw’s and Coach Steve Toth’s guest live in studio. Kirk will share in detail his long journey from his early interactions with Peter Greenlaw over the last seven years of intense collaboration and the last two years on the best ways to share with the world about “The New Health Conversation”.

Kirk has devoted all of his waking hours to learning and mapping the research of Peter Greenlaw and has discovered what he believes are the specific patterns to living happier, more fulfilled, and most importantly to live healthier longer. He too is becoming an extremely powerful voice in telling the world about the decline of our food system and the TDOS Syndrome™. Metz and Greenlaw will discuss their plans to bring the message about The TDOS Syndrome. Most importantly to share the T D O S Protocol™ to the rest of the world. A world, which has been anxiously waiting for “The New Health Conversation” to be revealed.

Guests are invited to view the interview in the Denver Open Media studios, at the corner of 7th Street and Kalmath in Denver. The show is at 4 PM M.S.T on Saturday August 3rd. To attend the show go to http://www.thenewhealthconversation.tv/contact fill out the form and put RSVP in the subject line.

If you can’t make it to the studio, you can view the recording on August 30th www.thenewhealthconversation.tv.

Kirk Metz has enjoyed an amazing life from Professional Ski Racer, Heli skiing and as a innovator, trainer and coach. He has trained extremely successful entrepreneurs in many diverse fields. Kirk Metz is also an extremely successful entrepreneur running a multi-million dollar business.

From Vancouver, Hawaii, California and many other locations he has trained thousands of people who have learned how to maximize their human potential to lead lives of abundance, beauty, romance and adventure in joy peace and alignment. Kirk believes that The New Health Conversation maybe the most critical piece of all to truly maximize ones human potential and most importantly to live happier, more fulfilled and most importantly to live healthier longer.

Peter Greenlaw is the voice for what you are NOT hearing from cutting edge health science research. With 10 years and thousands of hours of in-depth research, Peter reveals a fresh new approach to talking about health, diet, and nutrition.

He is also the co-author of "Why Diets are Failing Us" and the upcoming book, "The TDOS Syndrome." Greenlaw’s studies included reading over 500 books and more than 10,000 hours of research.

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