Healthy Eating Simplified (class 1 of 4)
January 31 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Back by popular demand, Sue will teach her 4 week series, Healthy Eating Simplified. Each class will include a both a nutritional presentation and a cooking demonstration. Classes will be held Jan 31, Feb 7, 21, 28.
All Classes: 6:30 PM-9:00 PM
Taught by Sue Becker
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4 Evening Classes, 6:30PM – 9:00PM
Thursday, January 31, 2019
Thursday, February 7, 2019
Thursday, February 21, 2019
Thursday, February 28, 2019
Sue is passionate about showing you how easy (and delicious) it is to eat healthy foods. Her 7 Easy Steps to a Healthy Lifestyle are not only easy, but also very rewarding. Incorporating “Real Bread” into a diet consisting of other real foods can bring noticeably improved health. Sue will expose the myths of what is healthy and what is not and present the truth in an easy to implement style. Great information and great food each week.
This is a four part series – each week will build off the previous lesson.
January 31 – Step 1 – Change Your Bread. Sue will explain the history of white flour and the importance of changing the bead we eat in order to achieve better health. She’ll then bake and sample a variety of bread items.
February 7 – Steps 2 & 3 – Water and Fermented Food – Sue will discuss the importance of drinking water, as well as a largely overlooked area of our diet—fermented foods. After discussing these critical areas in our diet, she will demonstrate how you can introduce more fermented foods into your meals with delicious recipe ideas.
February 21 – Steps 4 & 5 – Not only will Sue show you scientifically why you need to eat more fruits and veggies and get rid of junk food, but also great ways to cook (and even sneak) more fruits and veggies into your food, as well as alternatives to the junk food.
February 28 – Steps 6 & 7 – The last two steps tie up Healthy Eating Simplified, and after Sue teaches on how exercise and rest influence your overall health, she’ll cook a full meal for you that encompasses all the previous steps.