You Are What You Eat - And Drink!
These healthy cooking classes are designed for the busy person. The courses will show you how to make quick, delicious, plant-based meals the whole family will love.
Click here to see a list of all the courses offered and the menus!
Each menu will have a fun theme, including 2-4 courses including finger-foods, and there will always be a few surprises too.
Enjoying good food and drink with friends and family is one of life's great pleasures. But our daily food and drink choices affect our health in many ways, and many make the wrong choices. However, you can still enjoy delicious food and drink in a healthy way!
You might know that eating healthier will result in a better you, but you're not sure how to do it, what to buy, or how to make it taste good.
Good news: all the work has been done for you!
Like to Wine and Dine?
Not only is a good bottle of wine delicious and enjoyable, there are many health benefits wine has to offer, including:
Antioxidants, which ward off free radicals that damage our bodies and age them.
Boosts the immune system.
Want stronger bones? Red wine is high in silicon, which helps with mineral density.
Wine is relaxing! It also promotes blood circulation, which isn't only calming, but good for the heart and can decrease risk of stroke.
The reservatrol and procyanidins present in wine can lower blood pressure and cholesterol, and increase the good cholesterol, and also combat insulin resistance.
It improves cognitive function. Yes, it does!
Researchers have found that men who drink an average of four to seven glasses of red wine per week are only 52% as likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer as those who do not drink red wine, reports the June 2007 issue of Harvard Men's Health Watch. In addition, red wine appears particularly protective against advanced or aggressive cancers.
Not that we really need an excuse to enjoy wine (I know I don't) but knowing all these benefits makes it even more fun, right?
Wine, like food, can harbor lots of chemicals, additives, and aroma enhancers not found in nature. It's not wine that necessarily gives you the headache, but these harmful culprits!
There is good wine, and bad wine, but how to know the difference? And have fun tasting organic wines at the same time?