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WORKSHOP UPDATE

by Cindy
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Whole Raw Food Now is dedicated to providing the latest information on the benefits of a whole, plant-based nutritional diet.  The foundational components of this type of diet include raw and living foods such as uncooked fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, and sprouted grains.  If you are seeking to improve your health or to lose weight, learning more about the amazing power of plant based foods will start you on an incredible journey!  Please join us for the . . .  

Introduction to Whole Raw Food, pt I
Saturday, July 2, 1:00 - 3:00 in Alpine ($15.00)

This class is designed for anyone who wants to learn more about the health benefits of consuming a diet that includes whole, plant-based foods.  The  workshop provides information on the latest scientific research regarding food and its critical impact on the body.  Two nutritious and delicious smoothies are created at the end with discussion on why certain ingredients are included based on their nutritional and antioxidant value.  Conversation throughout the workshop also includes fascinating topics that can be factors in everyone's health and well being. For example . . . Are you aware that when you boil spinach, you lose 51% of the B vitamin in 5 minutes of cooking? . . . Are you aware that our body creates fat cells, including cellulite, to store excess acid in order to protect it from reaching our organs?

If these types of issues are intriguing to you, then our "Introduction to Whole Raw Food, pt I" workshop should be on your "to do" list! Come join us for 2 hours of engaging, interactive discussion around the fascinating science of whole, raw food on Sunday, July 3!

Please register by clicking on the "Workshop" tab.  If you have any questions, please contact me at 619-726-0408!  See you soon!   

 

 

 

 

Last modified on Wednesday, 22 June 2011 11:27
Cindy

Cindy

Cindy is a Certified Raw Food Educator through the "Living Light Culinary Arts Institute," with an emphasis on the science of whole, raw food.  Cindy has over 25 years experience as an educator, including 15 years as a high school teacher and 12 years as the director of instruction for a high school district.   Using a combination of her own health challenges and experiences, plus the knowledge she has obtained through her coursework, her goal is to help others understand the power of food.  Her experience as an educator enables her to provide peer-reviewed, scientific information in a fascinating, understandable, and user-friendly format!  Her goal is to educate through the science of nutrition, and to illustrate how easy it is to incorporate the simple most powerful foods on earth that promote optimal health!

Testimonial

I have a testimony about the smoothies and I'll try to make it short.  I started walking in Lakeside this past Monday.  I'm not an exerciser at all so this is as new to my body as all the good smoothies I've been drinking!  There's a pretty big hill where we live and I like to challenge myself to walk down and then back up the hill.  Today was my fourth day walking about three miles.  I've done pretty good each day except for today.  When I got home I was in so much pain I could barely stand up, I was hurting all over.  So much that I took ibuprofin and lay on the bed in tears.  I was laying there for a while wondering why today was so much different than the other three days where I'd had some muscle aches but nothing too unbearable.  Then it hit me.  The ONLY thing I did differently today was I DID NOT have my smoothie.  I usually make a good amount and drink 1/2 during the day before my walk and then I drink the other 1/2 after my walk.  The more I thought about it, I felt like if I would just get off of the bed and make the smoothie I would feel better.  I don't think I'm crazy or that it's all in my head.  Of course the pain reliever helped but I honestly feel like my body was craving the "good stuff"!

Thanks for letting me share this with you.  My family and friends all think I'm crazy for drinking my smoothies and even my husband is complaining because I'd rather drink the smoothie than eat the SO-bad-for-you sloppy joes and macaroni & cheese that I made him for dinner.

Thanks for taking the time to tell people the TRUTH about food, SAD and the science behind WHY we need to change our diets.  If you ever wonder if what you're doing is making a difference, it is.  :)

Sincerely,

Rebecca B.
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