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Intro to Raw Foods

January 30 at 11:00 am - 12:30 PM
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January 30 | 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

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Join plant-based, certified ACE health coach Julie Ward as she discusses the benefits to the body of eating raw foods time to time.

Have you ever been interested in preparing a meal of raw foods, but you thought it would be too hard? Or would the food just taste like vegetables? Have you ever wanted to eat creamy cheese, but can’t tolerate the dairy? Or maybe you’ve been curious about making your own non-dairy milk to save some money, but you have no idea where to start.

Start here! This class is about eating tasty, fresh, plant-based foods, without additives — just food and spices. No added oils or preservatives, just real, good food.

In this Intro to Raw Foods class, plant-based, certified ACE health coach Julie Ward will discuss the benefits to the body of eating raw foods from time to time. We’ll make a few non-dairy milks, a non-dairy ricotta cheese that is always a hit with friends, a raw soup, and a walnut “meat” that’s great for tacos.

Julie, who holds a certificate in Plant–Based Nutrition from eCornell, will discuss the preparation of raw, plant-based foods and how to enjoy many more fresh foods.

Program note: For those with allergies, please be aware that this class will use nuts, seeds and oats.

Cancelling Your Reservation: In order to receive a full refund, participants must cancel their program registration at least 72 hours prior to the scheduled start of the program. Center for Health & Wellbeing’s Refund Policy

This program is presented by Julie Ward and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.

About the Presenter:  

Julie Ward invites audiences to approach health differently. Her presentations merge the power of plant-based nutrition, the spirituality of food, and her own relatable stories. As a 100% plant-based, certified ACE health coach, Julie’s passion for plants enlivens her presentations. Her wealth of firsthand experience makes her presentations personal and inspiring. As an international health speaker who overcame her own digestive issues and depression using food as medicine, Julie gives hope to those facing chronic health challenges. Educating audiences and clients about how we can nurture our digestive systems stands at the forefront of her work.

Emphasizing the interconnectedness of our health, Julie challenges audiences to connect their mental, physical and spiritual experiences. Her presentations provide participants with a foundation of understanding and knowledge that empowers listeners to make better health choices, connect with their food, boost energy, and improve mental clarity.

Julie holds a certificate in Plant–Based Nutrition from eCornell, a Masters in Public Policy from USC and a B.S. in Mathematics from Spelman College. She is also a Plant-Based Chef, certified ACE Health Coach, and an herbalist. To learn more about Julie Ward, please visit https://freshfoodalchemy.com/

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