Join FAME Educators Johanna Glaser and Kelly McLauchlan Stone for another Food As Medicine Everyday sessions. We'll be reviewing the negative consequences of too much-added sugar in our diets and introduce the concept of naturally occurring versus added sugars. We'll discuss the American Heart Association's recommendations for daily added sugars and work hands-on to spot the culprits on food labels.
Key things you'll learn:
How to identify hidden sugars in your food
How your body processes natural versus artificial sweeteners
Areas in our eating where we can easily cut the added sugars
Tentative Menu: Baked Salmon Cakes & Coconut Berry Bliss*
*Recipes and menu subject to change based on seasonal availability of produce.
FAME can serve those looking for an introduction to cooking and eating whole foods and those looking for a deeper understanding of the health benefits of a whole foods-based diet. Regardless of age, cooking experience, or health status, you and your entire family will benefit from learning healthy cooking skills and nutritional know-how. Each workshop will welcome up to 16 participants, and kids aged 10 and up are welcome to attend.
CLASS DATE: 11/20/19
6:00 - 7:30pm
About our instructors:
Johanna is a holistic nutritionist, personal chef, urban farmer, and folk herbalist with a passion for local, sustainable, and seasonal foods. She is passionate about creating simple nourishing dishes that feature fresh produce from local farms and seasonal wild foods.
Kelly is a wellness consultant providing customized nutrition programming and workplace yoga for small teams and business executives. Kelly's primary goal is to provide education and resources to guide individuals to expertly manage stress, sleep, and food choices for vitality in and outside of the office.