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Our Presenters

Torre Washington is a NASM certified coach, speaker and IFBB Pro competitor. Raised vegetarian and vegan since 1998, Torre built his physique entirely on a Plant based regimen without the aid of supplements since 2009 to 2018. Torre’s training style focuses on physical symmetry and aesthetics. “He disassembles your physique and reassembles it back the way you want it to be” and has therefore become one of the most sought after coaches of celebrities and high end clientele and bodybuilders globally. Torre also advocates for “lifestyle changes” to his global fan base and brings to light the plight of animals and the need to heal mother earth through living a more Plant-Based vegan lifestyle.

Chuck Carroll

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Chuck Carroll lost an incredible 280 pounds to become “The Weight Loss Champion.”

At one time, his 5-foot-5 frame once struggled to support the 420 pounds it was carrying around every day. With a 66-inch waist and 6XL shirt, Chuck’s daily diet was a 10,000-calorie fast food feast. Every bite was carrying him closer to an early grave and he knew that if he did not make drastic changes to break a severe food addiction he would be dead before his 30th birthday.

Today he speaks passionately about breaking the fatal food cycle and helping others as host of The Exam Room podcast for PCRM. The show has been viewed an incredible 80 million times on YouTube and Facebook and received more than 12 million downloads on Apple Podcast and Spotify where it has become the #1 ranked nutrition podcast in 79 countries.

Chuck was given the nickname of “The Weight Loss Champion” by former NFL player Adam Carriker after word of his transformation spread throughout the Washington Commanders locker room. Chuck has kept the weight off for more than 13 years and attributes his sustained success to eating a healthy plant-based diet.

Outside of his work on The Exam Room podcast, Chuck is co-founder of the SoSimple Diet where he uses his extreme experiences to help others overcome their own addiction to food. The program features the SoSimple Scale, which he helped develop with Dr. Mickey Witte, a neuroscientist and University of Miami professor. Using more than 20 individual criteria, the scale is able for the first time to rate the likelihood that the most popular fast foods, restaurant meals, snacks and drinks are addictive.

Chuck believes knowledge is power and having the power to make healthier decisions, including eating a plant-based diet, is critical for living a long and rewarding life without the burden of chronic disease.

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