Transitional Living Nutrition and Weight Loss Workshop
I thought Dr. Bens was so warm and friendly. It didn’t seem like a lecture or training. It felt like a friend sharing information because he cared about my health. I tried hummus based on his recommendation and it was okay, but I would not have tried it without this workshop. I was very impressed with how he related to our clients with warmth and openness.
Director of Human Resources
Dr. Bens’ demeanor was wonderful, inspirational and hopeful. He made you fell like anybody could change their eating habits. I liked the way he was able to explain complicated ideas and make them understandable to everyone.
Sharon Bartels, Therapist
Letter of recommendation to be a national speaker
I also spoke to you about a possible speaker for our Annual NBCH Conference in November 2008. Dr. Charles Bens forte is engaging the audience regarding health issues and in their taking personal responsibility for their own health and wellness.
I have sat in on his workshop and it was amazing how he took Truck Drivers, Warehouse Workers and Office Personnel from “why am I here” to being excited about applying simple but effective solutions to their health needs. ( i.e. good nutrition, vitamins, exercise and how they can even reverse a health concern).
He is both entertaining and well versed in the applications of the integrated health approaches
( i.e. Traditional and Natural Therapies).
Dr. Frank Brocato, President
Employers Health Coalition
International letter of praise
Dr. Bens is able to explain very complicated issues in a very simple way. He is a magnificent speaker. It is no exaggeration to say that many of the listeners were just enraptured by him.
Juri Lass, Director
Estonian Ministry of the Environment
Letter from Senior V.P. Moors & Cabot
I just wanted to thank you for speaking to my company. Afterwards, I felt like I learned five years worth of knowledge in two hours. You really had a profound influence on everyone at that meeting. You discussed what most people would perceive as a complicated subject in what I would call laymen’s terms. You played the perfect line between being influential and merely stating the facts. As a listener you didn’t feel pressured; you just sort of felt like “This is what I have to do!”
Marc Wolff, Senior Vice President
Investments, Moors & Cabot
Letter from Citigroup V.P. Learning and Development
Recently Citigroup’s Dallas campus had the good fortune of sponsoring a workshop on diet and weight loss from Dr. Charles Bens. My expectations for the workshop were so far exceeded that I found myself completely reclassifying the event.
Dr. Bens is one of those rare presenters who combines as easy, unassuming style with a depth of knowledge and practical information delivered with an inspiring effect. His light touch and use of humor made a potentially “heavy” subject engaging and entertaining.
I observed our particular group of people to be diverse in background and lifestyle, and not a group necessarily prone to focus on physical health topics. I further observed individuals growing more absorbed as the presentation went on and reluctant to leave when our scheduled time was over. The post-workshop evaluations were unanimous in giving the workshop and the presenter the highest possible ratings.
Professionally I found Dr. Bens to be a superb and compelling presenter. Personally, I was motivated to make some health changes and have lost six pounds.
Rick Blair, V.P. Learning and Development
Citigroup, Commercial Business Group
To really learn and apply knowledge about how to eat properly you should use a building block approach. This means having a strong foundation about how the body works and which foods help and which foods do not help to prevent disease and prolong life. Most people will only change their eating habits when they know exactly why they should"