Whole Food Plant Based Health Series:
Prescription for Healthy Living - 3 Courses to Change Your Health Destiny
Includes support documents, cooking demos, as well as recipes followed by a Q&A for each class.
A WFPB lifestyle aims to maximize the consumption of nutrient-dense plant foods while minimizing process foods, oils, and animal foods (including dairy products and eggs). It encourages lots of vegetables (cooked or raw), fruits, beans, peas, lentils, soybeans, seeds, and nuts (in small amounts) and is generally low in fat.
Research shows that plant-based diets are
Change your food. Change your health.
1) What IS Whole Food Plant Based Living?
Learn about a Whole Food Plant-Based Lifestyle and how you can take control of your health destiny AND lose weight. Most diseases are food-borne illnesses and many can be reversed. Learn what is a whole food plant based lifestyle and where to start.
Cooking demo: Amazing Banana Oat Balls, Simply “Fried” Rice
2) How Do You Begin Living Plant-Based?
The time to start making the change is now. Where do I start? What do I do?
Join us to understand the myth of willpower and how to stock your fridge, pantry and freezer. You’ll be glad you did.
Cooking demo: Simply Stew and Berry Delight
3) Tips and Tricks - Living Plant Based
Once starting a plant-based lifestyle, it will generate a lot of questions. You will learn a lot of answers. Bring your questions. Learn some great kitchen hacks.
Cooking demo: Mushroom Chili and Simply Salsa
Jeanne Schumacher, M.Ed, Ed.D has followed a plant-based diet since 2009. Her transformation to a healthier lifestyle began with a trip to the emergency room with uncontrolled high blood pressure and an unknown infection. Fortunately, the physician who attended her was not only trained in medicine, but also in nutrition. This doctor started her on a journey that would not only change her health destiny, but that of her husband as well. She has lost over 100 pounds (and has kept it off without dieting), and reversed many of the chronic health issues she and her husband had. They did it all by changing what was at the end of their forks!
She has a doctorate in science and education and has taught for over 35 years. She is passionate about making a difference in the lives of others and believes that food is the best medicine. Jeanne has successfully earned her Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate through Cornell - Center for Nutritional Studies and completed the Women’s Studies and Food Over Medicine program through the Wellness Forum. For more information about Jeanne and the work she does, visit her website at SimplyPlantBased.net.