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Breakfast Seminar: Transitioning to a Plant Based Lifestyle by The Lunchpail Tree

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Breakfast Seminar: Transitioning to a Plant Based Lifestyle by The Lunchpail Tree

15.00

Transitioning to a Plant Based Lifestyle

Saturday, October 5th, 9-11am

Level one, Columbia Arts Building

Join us for Muletown coffee and a homemade breakfast by The Lunch Pail Tree while learning simple steps to a healthier lifestyle for you and your family!

During this laid back discussion, Plant based diet expert Rachael Cole will share her thoughts and tips on achieving a healthier lifestyle by diet alone.Students will be provided with written materials, but please feel free to bring a notepad and pen to jot down ideas! There will be a question and answer session during the second portion , so remember to bring any questions you might have! Students are welcome to leave after the discussion or stay for the full Q & A session. While the class may not last the full two hours, we have blocked off this amount of time to make certain everyone has time to chat with the instructor about specific issues and dietary needs.

From your artisan instructor: “There are lots of ways to approach a plant based diet. Some are healthier than others, and while I recommend a whole food diet, I think doing whatever you can to make changes toward a healthier lifestyle is a good thing. For instance, if you cannot give up meat immediately, just increase the amount of fruits and vegetables you eat. Start implementing whole food meat alternatives into something you already like to eat. For instance, instead of a beef or chicken burrito why not experiment with tofu or tempeh- the options available these days are amazingly close to the real thing! Alternatively you could use a whole grain and/or beans in place of meat. You’ll be gradually increasing your fiber intake, along with more vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants just by eating more of the good stuff nature intended.”

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Transitioning to a Plant Based Lifestyle

Saturday, October 5th, 9-11am

Level one, Columbia Arts Building

Join us for Muletown coffee and a homemade breakfast by The Lunch Pail Tree while learning simple steps to a healthier lifestyle for you and your family!

During this laid back discussion, Plant based diet expert Rachael Cole will share her thoughts and tips on achieving a healthier lifestyle by diet alone.Students will be provided with written materials, but please feel free to bring a notepad and pen to jot down ideas! There will be a question and answer session during the second portion , so remember to bring any questions you might have! Students are welcome to leave after the discussion or stay for the full Q & A session. While the class may not last the full two hours, we have blocked off this amount of time to make certain everyone has time to chat with the instructor about specific issues and dietary needs.

From your artisan instructor: “There are lots of ways to approach a plant based diet. Some are healthier than others, and while I recommend a whole food diet, I think doing whatever you can to make changes toward a healthier lifestyle is a good thing. For instance, if you cannot give up meat immediately, just increase the amount of fruits and vegetables you eat. Start implementing whole food meat alternatives into something you already like to eat. For instance, instead of a beef or chicken burrito why not experiment with tofu or tempeh- the options available these days are amazingly close to the real thing! Alternatively you could use a whole grain and/or beans in place of meat. You’ll be gradually increasing your fiber intake, along with more vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants just by eating more of the good stuff nature intended.”