Food as Medicine - November 16th - Heart Health

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Food as Medicine - November 16th - Heart Health

65.00

November 16th - Heart Health

6:30pm - Upstairs in the Cookshop at 3701 Travis St.

Heart disease includes elevated cholesterol and blood pressure, heart attack, arrhythmias, and stroke. Your lifestyle diet, body composition and inflammatory stress can all play a role in your risk for heart disease. When we focus on lowering cholesterol levels with pharmaceutical drugs rather than treating lifestyle imbalances we can find ourselves at greater risk for dysfunction and ultimately disease. In fact, it is only diet and exercise that can reverse heart disease.

Join Integrative Dietitian Ali Miller, RD, LD, CDE of Naturally Nourished as the navigates a food-as-medicine based menu created by Chef Monica Pope. You will learn about the foods that contribute to heart disease as well as the surprising ones that do not, the true root causes of heart disease and the foods to include for treatment and prevention!

Event includes lecture, educational materials, and dinner at $65/person. This event is BYOB.

*Menu is comprised of gluten-free and low glycemic courses featuring grass-fed or wild proteins, local produce, and food-as-medicine focus. We can work to omit some ingredients but as this is a lecture, cooking demo/tasting, specialty orders will not be able to be accommodated.

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