“To eat is a necessity but to eat intelligently is an art” - François de La Rochefoucauld
Great companies want to be part of the solution of the rising health crisis. A company that values their employees must help them balance all the demands of busy life and give them healthy options to thrive.
Nutrition on the Fly
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” - Hippocrates
Healthy habits for busy people
BITS – Body Intelligence Tips (Deepak Chopra)
Culinary Coexistence (Paleo, Vegetarian, Raw Vegan, Gluten-Free)
Understanding the keys to a strong immune system
Juice and Smoothies
Learn how to increase fruit and vegetable intake into your daily life. Experience delicious recipes while boosting your immune system, increasing your energy, drinking bursts of nutrient-dense super foods, and seeing your glowing complexion come to life. These life-giving drinks infuse your body with minerals, antioxidants, vitamins and enzymes all the while you become alkalized.
Raw Chocolate Superfood
Learn about and enjoy raw cacao, a delicious treat that heightens mental and physical well-being with essential antioxidants, minerals and uplifting brain chemicals.
Considered a sacred medicine by indigenous Central and South American cultures, Raw cacao has 5 times more antioxidants than dark chocolate, and increases energy and positivity by releasing endorphins, serotonin and anandamide – “the bliss chemical.”
Around the World with Tea
This fun class unlocks the mysteries surrounding the different types of teas, revered for centuries around the world, and the best methods for brewing and preparing them. Discover the differences between white tea, green tea, black tea and herbal teas and the distinctive health benefits of each.
Guests have fun tasting various teas and creating their own, flavorful custom blends by combing teas, fruits, flowers and herbs.
Includes tea tasting, brewing demo, handouts and hands on custom tea blending bar.
Bone Broth for Good Health
Almost every culture you can think of on planet Earth has a good soup in the local cuisine. And of all those soups, most of them start with throwing some leftover bones in a pot with water. Be it from meat, fish or fowl, a good homemade bone broth makes an excellent base for many nutritious, delicious and satisfying meals.
Homemade broths (stocks) have been the cornerstone of many different traditional diets for centuries. Chefs revere them for the depth of flavor they bring to dishes and health practitioners rely on them for their healing aspect. The cliché goes that every grandma knows nothing beats a good chicken soup for the common cold.Turns out, there is something to that after all.
The long, slow cooking of bones and vegetables in water brings out many important and vital nutrients locked away in the marrow and the bones themselves. Homemade broth is an excellent source of many important minerals, (calcium, magnesium, silicon and trace minerals), amino acids, and health promoting gelatin.