THE HUMAN BODY IS DESIGNED TO REPAIR ITSELF. YOU JUST NEED TO GET OUT OF ITS WAY TO ALLOW IT TO HEAL."

Sea to Sky Thrivers is a non-profit society dedicated to inspiring and educating schools, workplaces, First Nations communities, health practitioners and the local community to Eat Real To Heal - That is, to use nourishing, whole, highly nutritious foods to activate the body's self-healing pathways, optimise health, and fight growing rates of cancer and chronic disease.  

We are collaborating with several organizations in the Sea to Sky Corridor who are committed to helping us achieve our BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goals) which are to:

  • Reduce cancer rates in Canada by 50%
  • Have 150,000 conversations with individuals about how plant-based whole-foods are already proven to be better medicine than most pharmaceutical drugs
  • Help 160,000 Canadians reverse their chronic illnesses including cancer
  • Collaborate with the scientific community to do good unbiased research on nutritional therapies for cancer and other chronic diseases
  • Elevate the conversation and highlight existing research that shows that cancer is a lifestyle and environmental disease
  • Give people tools to take their health back

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We have several programs to serve you in your school, your workplace and in your community.

EAT TO BEAT TYPE II DIABETES

A hands-on program to educate and guide individuals in using whole plant-based foods as medicine to stop and reverse type II diabetes.

Healthy Schools

Interactive elementary and high school programs teaching students and teachers to Eat Real to Heal and prevent up to 95% of cancers and chronic illnesses.

Healthy Workplaces

Inspiring and empowering hands- on health workshops for the workplace to reduce health-related expenses for employees and employers.

Healthy Hospitals

Evidence-based research workshops to educate physicians and their patients about the science of nutrition and to show how food is better medicine than drugs.

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