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Nutrition Workshop Module

Nutrition:

How To Eat Well For Optimal Health

Do you ever have troubles with digestion? Do you ever suffer of heartburn, excess gas, bloating, constipation or irritable bowel?  Food is supposed to provide you with energy and all the essential nutrients and vitamins for your body to function at its highest level.  However, if you’re not taking in foods high in nutritional value, you may be robbing your body of the life-essential nutrients that are necessary for optimal health.  Moreover, if your digestive system is not functioning to full capacity or if you’re not digesting food properly you will not be able to absorb the essential nutrients that you’re supposed to absorb from the foods you eat.

Most people aren’t aware that simple changes to their diet and eating habits can significantly solve this problem.  This Nutrition Workshop Module is designed to teach you the important elements to healthy eating so you can live a long healthy life with a solid foundation to your nutritional intake. You will walk away from this workshop module with a comprehensive understanding of the process of digestion, what foods to eat that support digestion, what foods to eat that give you vibrant health and what foods to avoid that cause disease.

Here is just a portion of what you will learn in this workshop module:

  • How to properly combine the foods that you eat so digestion can occur with ease.
  • How to transform your eating habits so you can enjoy the foods you eat while getting the most health benefits out of them
  • The difference between acidic foods and alkaline foods.
  • How acidic foods can lead to disease and health problems. You will be surprised to see how much of your diet may be made up acidic foods.
  • How to transform your diet into a healthier, alkaline diet.
  • The main sources of food allergies and food sensitivities.
  • How a strong immune system is linked to a healthy digestive system.
  • How to eat the foods you enjoy while maintaining an ideal body weight.
  • And much much more

Diseases like cancer and heart disease are two of the leading causes of death inNorth America.  It has been shown that poor eating habits and poor nutritional intake contribute to both cancer and heart disease. Yet, many degenerative diseases such as cancer and heart disease are preventable with a nutritionally sound diet.

A healthy diet is essential in preventing diseases and essential for an overall optimal quality of life.  If you are ready to experience a new approach to nutrition and wellness, then you must attend this Nutrition Workshop Module.  You will learn exactly how to revise your diet so you get the maximum health advantage possible.

The Nutrition Workshop Module is a complete learning experience with action plans to assist in making a transformation in your diet and nutritional intake. It consists of the following 4 sequential workshops:

Nutrition 101:   The Fundamentals Of Eating And Digestion

Nutrition 201*:  The Alkaline Diet

Nutrition 301*:  Food Allergies & Sensitivities

Nutrition 401*:  Calories, Cleansing & Weight Management 

* Lower level classes are prerequisites for all upper level classes.

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Nutrition Workshop Module Details

Time:            1 hour – from 6:30pm to 7:30pm

Location:       Back To Health Chiropractic Centre
                      20     Cranston Park Ave.#6
                      Maple,ON  L6A 3E9

Dates:           

Nutrition 101:   The Fundamentals Of Eating And Digestion
Wednesday January 9, 2013

Nutrition 201*:  The Alkaline Diet
Wednesday January 16, 2013

Nutrition 301*:  Food Allergies & Sensitivities
Wednesday January 23, 2013

Nutrition 401*:  Calories, Cleansing & Weight Management
Wednesday January 30, 2013 

Cost:              Free (guests are welcomed to all workshops)

RSVP:             Required.  Seating is limited to 15 people.
                      Reserve your seat with Tiffany at the front desk.
                      Or call (905) 303-1009.

Presenter:     Dr. Walter Salubro