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Epiphany's House welcomes Bad Ass Vegan!

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Beautiful ones..this episode is very VERY close to my heart as I have been Vegan sonce 2010...My special guest is John Lewis AKA Bad Ass Vegan.. I wanted to do a public service by offering his expertise,wisdom and beautiful spirit to you all..Please join us...

As a nationally certified fitness trainer, John Lewis has spent over 8 years  in the health and fitness industry and played Division I College basketball. John is highly passionate about not only his own health and fitness, but that of others as well.   

In addition to his  extensive knowledge in body sculpting and contouring, what makes John one of the top national fitness trainers is his creative ability to understand and live a “vegetarian/vegan lifestyle” while maintaining a physique that is commendable.  In essence, he is able to cater to a diverse group of individuals and his services are highly sought after as he masterfully creates and develops personalized,  unique and healthy nutrition plans.  It is not surprising that given his unique abilities he has attracted clients from various industries including actors, models, and business professionals of all ages.  John strives to educate his clients on living and maintaining a healthy lifestyle and he takes great pride in transforming individuals physically, mentally and spiritually. After all, it is said, that 60% of one’s success is based on how one feels about themselves.

 John’s education in business coupled with his love for health and fitness gave him the ability to start his venture – Bad Ass Vegan – a health and nutrition company that strives to educate individuals on plant based nutrition.  John’s love for his community brought forth the brainchild of “BAD ASS VEGAN”, a foundation whose mission is to prevent obesity through education, physical activity and plant based nutrition.