Eating for Life Nutrition Workshop

Eating for Life Nutrition Workshop

Many chronic diseases can be improved or even cured by following a healthy diet.  Research has repeatedly shown that a whole-foods, plant-based diet leads to reduced disease, greater energy and a longer life. Eating for Life is a 6-week workshop that will help you make the transition to a healthier lifestyle and may help you reduce your medications.

Who is eligible?  Anyone with high blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol and/or another chronic disease that may be helped with diet.  Additionally, anyone who is overweight and at high risk of the above conditions is welcome!

When is the class?  Please check with Sandra Santillan for the next class.  The class is generally offered three times per year, spring, summer and fall.

What is the cost?  $50 for the 6-week workshop, including all meals cooked in class. Scholarships are available if needed.

What is the class structure? This is a 6-week hands-on class that will give you tools from day 1 to start changing your diet.  Each week we cook a meal and eat together as a class. We ask you to develop personal goals and share back the following week on your progress.  Each week we discuss the research behind eating whole-foods plant-based and give you tips on how to make the changes. We also take a supermarket tour in week 2.

Participants are required to come to a pre-class exam, do bloodwork and get measurements taken prior to and after the class to mark your progress.

To learn more, contact:
Sandra Santillan
928.522.9640
Email Sandra Santillan

Some conditions that can be helped with a whole-foods plant-based diet:

  • High blood pressure
  • Diabetes Type II
  • Diabetes Type I (will not cure but can reduce the amount of insulin needed)
  • High cholesterol
  • Heart disease
  • Migraines
  • Arthritis (rheumatoid and osteoarthritis)
  • Acid reflux
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Auto-immune diseases
  • Gout
  • Formation of calcium kidney stones

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