Food For Life Kickstart Your Health Nutrition and Cooking Classes
7 Class Series For One Low Price:
Sunday, March 17 Power of Your Plate
Sunday, March 24 Let’s Go!
Sunday, March 31 No class (Easter Sunday)
Sunday, April 7 Getting in Gear
Sunday, April 14 Breaking the Food Seduction
Sunday, April 21 Keys for Natural Appetite Control
Sunday, April 28 Digestive Health
Sunday, May 5 Healthy Blood Pressure
TIME 3:00 PM-5:00 PM
The book that is optional for class is 21-Day Weight Loss Kickstart by Neal Barnard, MD. The book can be purchased from
PCRM.org or from Amazon.com if purchasing from PCRM.org in delivery instructions put instructor code C297
For Questions Contact Kendra 504-261-9366
In a public health climate where two out of three adults in the United States are overweight or obese and 26 million have diabetes, the need for a lifestyle change is greater than it has ever been. The Food for Life: Kickstart Your Health curriculum is based on PCRM's successful 21-Day Vegan Kickstart online program (www.21DayKickstart.org). The online Kickstart program has helped 200,000 people adopt a plant-based diet to reach their health goals.
The Food For Life: Kickstart Your Health classes can help one lose weight, maintain a healthy weight, or simply embrace an overall healthful diet. For some class participants, it's the first time the idea of not restricting amounts of foods but rather choosing the right foods has been the guiding principle for losing weight and staying healthy. Lower cholesterol, better diabetes control, lower blood pressure, as well as improvements in energy and mood are some of the many benefits people experience on this diet.
The Food For Life: Kickstart Your Health classes offer a chance to:
In the classes, attendees do all of this while enjoying a cooking demonstration and tasting delicious, healthful dishes in a supportive group setting.
The Food for Life Program is a community-based nutrition education program of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). PCRM is a nonprofit organization advancing preventitive medicine, primarily good nutrition, and supports higher standards in research.