Healing Food SeriesPosted: January 14, 2013
The New Year often is a time to turn a new leaf and learn some new habit to support your greater health. Diet is often a habit adapted (or at least thought about) this time of year.
If you would like to learn about some healthy habits to incorporate in your kitchen come and join Renee Renz and Edie Brennan on the 3rd Saturday of the month for:
Healing Foods: Cooking Basics for Abundant Health
All topics and recipes fit or adapt to the GAPS™ Healing Protocol
Come learn the how’s and why’s of making your own delicious healing foods – hands on. Each month we will explore and create a variety of simple, nourishing, and family friendly foods. These basic cooking skills will save you time, save you money, and could save your family’s health! Learn more about why these traditional foods are so essential to our health, and how to get your families to enjoy them.
Held on 3rd Saturday of the month 1:30 – 3:30 pm
February 16 – Fast Ferments
March 16 – Dairy: Culturing, making whey and more!
April 20 – Cultured Beverages
May 18 – Against the Grain
June 15 – Leafy Green Preparation
Cost: $25; $120 for 6 class series)
Advanced Registration and Payment Required please contact 847.221.5250 Himalayan Yoga & Meditation Center
Renee Renz is a Holistic Nutrition Consultant, board certified with the National Association of Nutrition Professionals, and a Certified GAPS™ Practitioner. Renee firmly believes in the phrase “You are what you eat,” adding “and also what you eat eats”. She is a staunch advocate for local farmers and natural food co-ops, an active Weston A. Price Foundation Chapter leader. Renee is co-founder of GAPS™ Connections support and education group, and provides individualized consultations to anyone seeking to restore their health and vitality through natural, nutritional healing.
Edie Brennan is a Master Certified Healing Foods Specialist and Certified GAPS Practitioner and co-founder of GAPSTM Connections. She is passionate about helping individuals and families achieve abundant health and wellness. Edie is also available for individual consultations, workshops, and cooking classes to anyone interested in improved health through food and lifestyle changes. As a busy mom of three little lacto-fermented pickle-eating cuties, she has learned to take a no frills, practical approach to making delicious and nourishing foods that families will love.