Healthy Holidays Workshop:  Your Guide to Holiday Nutrition

As the holiday season approaches, we are exposed to so much more than just shopping and decorations. Yes, the holidays can be fun, but what about the often-unspoken stresses of the season?

Will I get my shopping done on time? Do I have enough money to finish my shopping? Will I get stuck talking to Aunt Sally for an hour again? How will I have time to cook for 50 people?

With all the social events and stresses that come around during this time of year, we can get emotionally triggered in so many ways. As a result, our health often takes a back seat to stuffing, pumpkin pie and egg nog.

But what if there was a physiological reason for this? And, what if there was a way to have a healthier, happier holiday?

Join Andrea for an exploration of the body’s response to stress and the foods we crave, and how we can consciously make healthier choices around the holidays without feeling deprived or alone.

Some things we will cover:

  • Why we crave sugar, salt and fat
  • Awareness around emotional triggers, and how we cope
  • What types of foods our body truly needs: The Healing Foods
  • How to handle emotional eating
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What you’ll get:

  • Favorite holiday dish recipes, the healthier way
  • Healthy treat tasters
  • Long term support in my private recipe share group

In other words, just think of this as your Holiday Survival Guide. Looking forward to seeing you there!

 

 

 

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Important Note:  Due to the nature of this workshop it is important to arrive 10 minutes early for set up.  

Facilitated by:  Andrea McLaughlin.  Andrea is a Holistic Health Practitioner, helping others heal with nutrition. She enjoys creating healthy and delicious meals in the kitchen.

Date:  November 11

Location:  Yoga in the Center

Time:  2:00-4:00 pm

Cost:  $25 each session

Refund Policy:  Cancelled registrations are only eligible for a refund (minus $5 processing fee) up to two days prior to event

         *10% discount for monthly unlimited pass members

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