david wolfe longevity now

Meet one of the most high-energy nutrition experts you'll ever encounter. And enter to win two tickets to his conference that could change your life...

There are health pros, and then there are health pros. Our April Guest Editor, David Wolfe, is the latter. There are wellness aficionados that are way out there ahead of the pack; connecting the dots between mind and body, ancient traditions and wellness, inner culture and outer culture. They’re the leaders who forge paths out beyond what some of us consider normal, but who, in the long term, provide more health-giving solutions than any other wellness leaders we encounter. We wobble between bringing you easy, palatable wellness info and information that is next level and will quite possibly blow your mind. David Wolfe’s message sits firmly in that middle ground and we hope you learn a lot from him this month while we host him as guest!

Later this month, David and over a dozen of our favorite wellness pros are gathering here in L.A. for a conference that will spotlight the latest cutting-edge insights in nutrition, anti-aging, stem cell research, fitness, brain function and tonic herbalism. These leaders, from Bulletproof’s Dave Asprey to brain health innovator, Dr. Amen, will redefine what you know about what true health looks like. 

Join along with us all month as we share David Wolfe’s message of high-level wellness and share wisdom from the Longevity Now conference’s line up of insightful speakers. Meet David Wolfe below and dive in to his positive perspective on our motto of “living well”…

Dear Chalkboard readers,

Have you seen the headlines lately? It always seems like the world is falling apart; however, when I notice things moving towards chaos I instinctively know that somewhere things are also getting disproportionately better. The worse it gets, the better it gets… actually. It depends on where you put your focus. Don’t believe me? Stay tuned for my contributions this month to The Chalkboard Mag. I am excited to be guest editing and sharing some of the latest and greatest in the world of nutrition and well-being.

We look around today and as a culture we have never been more sick, overweight and unhealthy. If that thought makes you feel depressed, you should also know that a growing part of the population has never been healthier. Never before in the history of the world have we had access to healthy choices like we do today – superfoods, superherbs, yoga, fitness strategies and community support. This is an abundant world and all we require is a little re-direction of our awareness to see that it is possible for us to live our full potential and support our amazing bodies with the best nutrition, fitness protocols and community ever.

It’s April and that means springtime! It’s time to get outside and start thinking about what is going to grow in our garden this year. I spend a lot of time in the garden. You may know me as a speaker, as co-developer of the NutriBullet or through my social media posts, but my deepest love is gardening and farming. I relish getting my hands in the earth, planting, nourishing new life, harvesting and sharing the bounty of Mother Nature.

Even if you live in the city, there are ways you can grow your own food and get connected to the magic of growth. It’s easy to grow herbs, sprouts, and vegetables in jars and pots. I‘ve even seen people turn their apartment balconies into full-fledged gardens! When we buy food at grocery or health food stores, those items have likely been picked days or even weeks before, and they have lost an important part of their vitality. There is nothing like growing our own fruits and vegetables and eating them within minutes of harvest. They are at the peak of their enzymatic and nutritional power and, having grown them, they carry our energetic signature as well. To me, these subtle qualities make all the difference in flavor, nutrition and feeling.

I would love more people to experience what quality foods do to their overall well-being. Eating organic, biodynamic, local, wild, and/or homegrown foods are quality life experiences. By connecting to and enhancing the subtle qualities of food, we enhance our overall life wisdom — our soul becomes more alive in our body: We feel a richer joy in living.

I love the idea of repopulating the planet with sustainable perennial food sources and that’s why I started The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation. With FTPF.org we are participating and inspiring a global movement by planting fruit, nut and medicinal trees, particularly in places where entire communities of people can enjoy them for generations – public schools, city parks, low-income neighborhoods, Native American reservations, international hunger relief sites and animal sanctuaries. Just imagine if everyone reading this went out and planted one fruit or nut tree this week. How many people could be fed fresh food for years to come from this simple act?

At any rate, I am really looking forward to the month ahead with TCM and sharing more, as well as enjoying the amazing contributions of three of our key speakers at our upcoming Longevity Now® Conference. This month, you’ll be hearing from Bulletproof bio-hacker Dave Asprey, alternative health guru Dr. Joseph Mercola and holistic physician Dr. Lissa Rankin – all speakers at the upcoming conference. The event, coming up later this month, is unique in the world. It’s a place where over 2,000 health seekers from around the globe will gather and where we will spotlight the latest cutting-edge insights in nutrition, anti-aging, stem cell research, fitness, brain function, tonic herbalism and a lot more. Stay tuned to The Chalkboard for more – like the giveaway below – and maybe we’ll see you in Anaheim!

Yours in health,

David Wolfe


What you'll win:

We’re giving away two pairs of tickets to David Wolfe’s Longevity Now Conference April 24th-26th in Anaheim, CA. Spend the entire weekend with some of the leading voices in the wellness world: three full days of conversation and forward-thinking with the likes of Dave Asprey, Dr. Amen, Lissa Rankin, Ron Teeguarden, and our April Guest Editor David Wolfe.

How To Enter:

Here’s how to enter to win one of the pairs of tickets:
First, subscribe to our weekly TCM Newsletter here. Second, find The Chalkboard Mag and David Wolfe on Facebook. “Like” both pages and get in on the lead-up to the big event! Make your entry official by leaving us your comment below: let us know who you are and why you want to attend this year’s Longevity Now conference!

Anyone may enter to win, but the conference is held here in L.A. so be sure you’re able to make it. Good luck readers! This giveaway closes Wednesday, April 8th at 5PM PST. One entry per reader. Ticket is to the event only – travel and lodging not provided.


  1. I absolutely LOVE David! I have seen him speak at multiple Longevity Now conferences and he always is a wealth of knowledge! I cannot wait to hear what he has to share this month on TCM 🙂 Thanks for including such a TRUE health expert!

    Lauren | 04.01.2015 | Reply
  2. So happy to see David as your April guest editor! Love what Chalkboard Mag is doing and your content is spot on!

    Much Love,

    Jessica McBeath | 04.01.2015 | Reply
  3. I truly love David Wolfe’s work and look forward to sharing in his latest cutting-edge offerings at the Chalkboard Magazine table this month. It has been three years since attending my last Longevity Now Conference so I’m grateful to have a chance at winning a ticket to attend this year’s conference…thank you!

    Trina-Lea | 04.01.2015 | Reply
  4. I follow David on Instagram, and love his enthusiasm for health! He brings so many new super foods to my attention. I am constantly inspired to live a healthier life. I would love to see him in action at the conference!

    Tara | 04.01.2015 | Reply
  5. I love the work that David Wolfe is doing and his forward thinking is inspiring and thought provoking. I love reading about who will be present at the Longevity Now Conference and I will be finishing my health coaching license through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition on April 20th! Attending the conference will be a wonderful way to celebrate and receive continuing education all at the same time. I’m so glad to see that he will be the contributing editor this month for The Chalkboard Mag.

    Rachael Todd | 04.01.2015 | Reply
  6. David Wolfe is a genius!!!!

    Mike | 04.01.2015 | Reply
  7. You know when you get a feeling that you need to do something and there’s that feeling inside of you that starts to nag you until you do it? This is what happened with this article. For some reason I was drawn to it and after reading his first sentence, I was sucked in. I’ve been feeling like I’m running around in circles with healthy living, being sustainable, and choosing a natural lifestyle. Then I’m seeing all of the horrible things happening to our world in the news and in my daily life and wondering if it’s worth it to keep on trying to make things better when so many people don’t care. It’s like I’m being pulled in every direction and what I really need is guidance. I’m most definitely looking forward to reading more of what David has to say

    Amanda | 04.01.2015 | Reply
  8. In the last couple of years I have made huge diet and life style changes…would love to learn more from David and all the amazing speakers at that wellness conference..

    Gretchen | 04.02.2015 | Reply
  9. I love to prepare, cook and share healthy food with friends and family.No matter where my inspiration takes me, I always find myself returning to David’s work to keep me on track. He is truly my inspiration!

    Susan | 04.02.2015 | Reply
  10. I was given the death sentence of Celiac disorder last year and have been trying to manage it for the last 9 months. I’m doing so much better but always looking for more information.
    On Valentines Day I fell and hurt my shoulder labrum. Waiting on the MRI to see if it is a labral tear. I’m looking for additional information on stem cell injections to hopefully avoid surgery.
    Basically I’m on a quest to not die young as I have many other medical issues. I feel that going to the conference would give me a boost in that direction based on the available respected speakers.
    Thank you for consideration,

    Denise Murphy | 04.02.2015 | Reply
  11. I’d love a chance 🙂 Attending would be something I could not make happen on my own right now, but would benefit me so much. Thank you!

    jennifer | 04.02.2015 | Reply
  12. The chalkboard magazine has been one of those fortunate discoveries, love reading everything that has been published!
    David Wolfe, one of the most important gurus in my career. It would be absolutely amazing to see him, together with the rest of the key opinion leaders!
    Thank you!

    Pilar | 04.02.2015 | Reply
  13. David Wolfe is so amazing and inspiring! He was the catalyst for me to take charge of my health… This conference has always been on my wish list! I get happy just thinking about it!!

    Susan Singh | 04.02.2015 | Reply
  14. I would love to attend this conference. I am currently a student of both nutrition and Traditional Chinese Medicine here on the west coast, and I believe this event will be so much fun as well as an amazing learning experience for me to be able to learn about the latest health research.
    Thank you!

    Tatiana | 04.03.2015 | Reply
  15. Love The Chalkboard Mag’s aesthetic, events and collaborations. I’m very interested in nutrition, wellness, and a holistic lifestyle. It would be an amazing opportunity to be able to attend the event with David Wolfe, who’s work I greatly admire.

    Sophie | 04.03.2015 | Reply
  16. I love David Wolfe! I have purchased some LNC web streams in the past and purchased some of his DVD,s and books. He has pretty much changed my health and life by what he has taught me. I am currently taking his raw certification classes on the BodyMind Institute website. I could listen to him speak all day and never grow tired. I would love to attend this conference….it is one thing on my bucket list. He said to take massive action and I did….Thank you for this opportunity….Chris

    Chris Black | 04.03.2015 | Reply
  17. David is the real deal. A warrior, a driven man for all that is living. LOVE you David

    Nick Sopczak | 04.05.2015 | Reply
  18. I am A lover of Health, Longevity, Inspiration, Wonderful People, Fun, Insights, Amazing Products, live Foods, Telomeres, Dr Daniel Amen’s work , Ron Teeguarden, superfoods, raw chocolate, essential oils, Earthing & The awesome enthusiasm & Brilliance of David Wolfe 🙂 I would LOVE to attend this Year’s Longevity Now Conference for all this plus… the incredible speakers, vendors, connections & to share what I learn with friends * family and children… Spreading the Yummy Powerful * Best Ever Love!!!

    Maura Malini Hoffman | 04.05.2015 | Reply
  19. Big fan of David Wolfe. Best ever! Looking forward to hearing more.

    Amy Magistro | 04.06.2015 | Reply
  20. just entered to win the tix and keeping my fingers crossesd ! thanks!

    Krista | 04.06.2015 | Reply
  21. My name is Angela and I live in Utah. (not a sister wife ha!). I would love to attend this conference because I just started my health journey and have been trying to read or watch any you tube video I can to learn more. The only thing I know about Dave is from his videos. I would love to see him live with all of the other guest speakers. (plus, I think he’s kind of sexy). I love following chalkboard on Facebook and everything it has to offer from your guest health experts to your recipes. I would drive my scion toaster there in a heart beat. Thanks so much for this great website.

    ANGELA PRIME | 04.06.2015 | Reply
  22. I would really enjoy attending this conference as I have dedicated myself to health for quite sometime, I read one of the speakers mentioned (Dr. Mercola’s Newsletter) everyday and I am a huge advocate for NON-GMO food (I have even went though the training to become a certified NON-GMO speaker by the Institute of Responsible Technology.) It would be a pleasure to continued my education on this topic and share the valuable information with all of the guests at the seminars that I host!

    Kayla | 04.06.2015 | Reply
  23. He is a great speaker. I am currently enrolled in the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, and he has, by far, been my favorite speaker we have. I immediately started following him on facebook. I would love to attend one of his events.

    Cirrus | 04.07.2015 | Reply
  24. My husband tried to kill me in 2002 by poisoning me. My triglycerides went from 57 to 1952 in 14 months. I was a complete athlete until then. I gained 45 lbs, shuffled to walk, slurred my speech and had TIA’s in 2002 – 2004. It took me 3 years to get better. I didn’t die and he began secretly transferring our marital assets..in 2010 he told me he was divorcing me and said, “You’ll be a bag lady on the street.” 20 yrs of marriage and 3 beautiful children. I got an autism program begun at Meredith College in Raleigh, NC (our son) I was asked to speak as the parent who began it all. My ex left our son and I homeless and almost penniless. My prolonged illness and critical condition while my triglycerides ravaged my body brought on Systemic Scleroderma. I always treated my body, and my family, holistically, fresh live food and all my love. Now, I don’t know the extent on internal organ damage because he terminated my health insurance. I am desperately in need of the best nutrition guidance so I can protect our son as long as I’m able, alive. Please consider me as one of your choices, winners of your generous New beginnings

    Cassie Stout | 04.07.2015 | Reply
  25. I am a stage 4 colorectal cancer survivor. I have a blog where I share recipes and lifestyle strategies to help those living with cancer, as well as survivors. My goal is to empower others by sharing my story

    Inge Scott | 04.07.2015 | Reply
  26. heard about conference via Dr. Mercola. Knowledge is power. I want to learn more so I can wade through the fluff and know the truth.

    Kathy | 04.07.2015 | Reply
  27. Attending the Longevity Now Conference would be a dream come true!!! This is where all the masterminds get together and share all the leading edge health information, so I would absolutely love to go. Thank you for the opportunity and for all the great information your organization shares with the public.

    Cristi | 04.07.2015 | Reply
  28. I am a critical care RN who is very much interested in learning more about improving mine, my family and my patients health! Hoping for this opportunity that can potentially change my career direction!!!!

    Roberta Formica | 04.07.2015 | Reply
  29. I would really love this opportunity to attend this once in a lifetime conference to see the health and wellness experts I have looked to for advice in my nutrition studies over the years. I would be soo beyond grateful for this amazing gift. Thank you for giving your fans the chance to win these tickets.

    Michelle | 04.07.2015 | Reply
  30. would love to attend… and fly over from germany. I`m a naturopath and nutritionist here in munich and…. honestly… here in germany we don`t get as many good supplements as you guys have over there

    ruth knauss | 04.08.2015 | Reply
  31. It would be pleasure.

    Gregory Ashby | 04.12.2015 | Reply
  32. It would be an honour and pleasure to be at this conference to learn from some of the most nutritionally wealthy and diverse people. I have struggled and continue to struggle with gut and digestive imbalances and want to find healing through people who know and understand the intricate nature of our body.

    Lori | 04.15.2015 | Reply

    The Chalkboard | 04.15.2015 | Reply
  34. I would absolutely love to go to this event! I currently work at Whole Foods in the Whole Body department where I get to help others heal their bodies with natural medicine. I’m also graduating this may with my bachelor’s in Community Health Education. I’m looking to pursue my masters of science in nutrition at the National College of Natural Medicine! I spend all my free time reading books from many of the speakers at this event. If I’m not reading, I’m listening to podcasts by them. It would be so incredible to have an opportunity to go to this event!

    Niki | 04.17.2015 | Reply
  35. You should use this picture of him – his hair looks WAY better

    Rachel Hiner | 08.30.2015 | Reply
  36. health is wealth!

    eunice | 02.20.2016 | Reply
  37. Been following David for a few years now. He always has something interesting and informative to share.

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