Long term health and weight loss are just around the corner! In five weeks experience how an unrefined, whole foods plant-based diet can increase vitality, promote weight loss and reduce inflammation. It’s easy, fun and yummy. Like mac and cheese, without the mac and cheese.
Motivational coach Cindy Brooks and registered dietitian Sonja Max team up to give you the best of both worlds: what to eat and how to make it a habit. Did I say rabbit? Your ears won’t grow long and furry, but you can expect to:
• Re-energize your life
• Lose weight and keep it off
• Never feel hungry
• Gain freedom from fad dieting
• Reduce the risk of diabetes, heart disease and cancer
• Reduce recovery time from endurance sports or exercise
• Experience how satisfying whole, healthy foods can be!
Each week you will be challenged to modify something significant in your lifestyle. You will be fully supported in developing powerful new habits that are both healthy and rewarding.
Sonja will cover the science behind a plant-based lifestyle and its health benefits. Food prep, meals, snack ideas and recipes will be provided, along with an insightful grocery store tour! Information will be shared regarding how sleep, stress and hormones affect cravings and weight. Cindy will offer tips and tricks for successfully and authentically embedding new practices to ensure long-term health. We will also explore embodiment, goal-setting and how to navigate the inner saboteur.
This is a medically endorsed program! It is not the latest fad. We won’t promote fake leather. The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine endorses a plant-based diet for optimal health, longevity and sustainability. Dr. Joel Fuhrman reverses diabetes and obesity with this program. Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn pioneered the reversal of heart disease with a plant-based diet. The evidence exists. We’re pretty sure you want to know about it! In fact, it may save your life.
Noon-time Series: 5 Fridays, Feb 21st-March 21, 2014, Time: 12-1:30 pm.
Place: Bellingham Community Food Co-op Connections Building, 1220 N. Forest St., Bellingham, WA, 98225
Cost: $125, includes lunch snacks
Evening Series: 5 Thursdays, Feb 6 – Mar 6, 2014, Time: 7-8:30pm
Place: Bellingham Athletic Club, 1616 Cornwall Ave, Bellingham, WA 98225
This is a deal, folks. Really. How much is good health worth to you?
“I learned about the value of eating nutrient-dense, whole, fresh, plant foods and how the micronutrients in these foods are essential to health and vitality. I learned how to gradually replace the foods I had been eating (mostly processed and refined) with delicious, exciting, new foods that infused me with energy. And as I did that, the weight started to drop effortlessly. I learned how to create a robust and sparkling new vision for my life, one that honored my desire for a slimmer body and more vibrant health, but that also supported an entirely new way of living. I learned how to identify old habit patterns that did not support that vision, and how to create effective strategies for managing those patterns.” -CB, Bellingham
Fresh and Alive in Five starts soon. Sign up today!
Friday Noon Series: $125:
Thursday Evening Series: $99:
Please contact Sonja Max 206-331-0348 or Cindy Brooks at 360-671-3199 to sign up or for questions. Email inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org