This series starts on Tuesday February 23rd 12pm CST and runs every Tuesday for 6 weeks finishing on March 30th 2021
Chef John Kreamer has been in the culinary industry for over 20 years. He will will impress you with his knowledge, amaze you with his knife skills and wow you as he shows you how to cook a mouth watering dish.
Good nutrition is one of the keys to a healthy life. Many foods, including fruits, vegetables, healthy fats, and protein sources, have been shown to reduce inflammation, improve immune function, promote healing, and provide the fuel necessary to get us through the day. Eating a nutritious diet rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants is one of the most important parts of living a healthy lifestyle. Science says nutrient-dense foods not only make you feel great, but may even reduce your risk of certain chronic health conditions while providing multiple health benefits. Poor nutrition can lead to stress, lack of energy and our ability to work. Over time it can reck havoc on our health. The good news is we can change what and how we eat any time.
Chicken Piccata with Breaded Avacados. The super foods in this dish are capers, garlic, lemon, avocado, and olive oil.
Arugula Pesto Shrimp with Zoodle‘s
The super foods in this dish are arugula, olive oil, pine-nuts, garlic, and zucchini.
Salmon Braid with Herbed Zucchini ribbons
The super foods in this dish are salmon zucchini and garlic.
Seared Beef Tips with Brussel Sprouts and Bacon
The super foods are garlic, onions, mushrooms, olive oil, and brussel sprouts.
Pork Medallions with Marinated Antipasto
The super foods in this dish are tomatoes, artichokehearts, olives, olive oil, and bell pepper.
Stuffed Chicken Breast with a Hasselbeck Sweet Potato
The super foods in this dish are spinach, bell pepper, garlic, onion, sweet potato, and cinnamon.
The high vitamin and mineral content found in superfoods can help your body ward off diseases and keep you healthier. When incorporated into a well-balanced diet, these foods can promote heart health, weight loss, improve energy levels and even reduce the effects of aging. Antioxidants found in many superfoods may help prevent cancer, while healthy fats can reduce your risk of heart disease. Fiber, which is also found in many superfoods, can help prevent diabetes and digestive problems while phytochemicals have numerous health benefits including reducing your risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. Superfoods are also known to protect your organs from toxins, help lower cholesterol, regulate metabolism and reduce inflammation. This series is more than a cooking class. It is instruction on how you can easily cook nutritious meals packed with the foods that will nourish your body with the things it needs. Dr. Sara will join us to talk about specific health benefits from the superfoods we feature.
You will learn from an experienced natural health practitioner and coach, the importance of good nutrition and how what you eat and don’t eat effects your everyday health and how you feel both today and in the future.
In this 4 part series, we will discuss topics like:
•Best eating habits and how to keep them
•Fad diets pros and cons
•Eating for your body type
•How hormones are affected by food
•Vitamins and nutrients in foods
•Grocery shopping hints
•How your nutrition influences your overall
health and Much more!
Learn to think differently about food. As your mindset changes eating healthy becomes easier. We will help you set goals and provide tools that will help you achieve them. This course can actually change lives in a real way, not just by teaching you about food and it’s role in your health, but by really changing your habits. That's sort of the goal. We hope you join us on for this journey.
We have designed this class to put you on the path of eating to live not living to eat. When you change your mindset great things are possible!