A plant-based diet can help prevent diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and other chronic diseases.
According to the American Dietetic Association, “Appropriately planned vegetarian diets, including total vegetarian or vegan diets, are healthful, nutritionally adequate, and may provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases.”
PCRM’s Employee Wellness Program provides:
- Plant-based nutrition education and cooking classes that include a cooking demonstration, samples of delicious dishes, and a supportive group discussion
- Support for the company’s management on incorporating affordable healthful choices in the food services
- Resources on assessing the biometrics of the program participants
- Program marketing support
Staff members who participate in the nutrition education classes discover the world of health through general topics ranging from digestion to blood pressure.
For some, it’s the first time the idea of not restricting amounts of foods but rather choosing the right foods has been the guiding principle for losing weight and staying healthy. The revelation is bolstered with clinical benefits such as lower cholesterol, better diabetes control, and lower blood pressure, as well as improvements in energy and mood.
Results are likely to be immediate and impressive!
FEATURED CLASS TOPICS :
Power of Your Plate
- Let’s Go!
- Getting in Gear
- Breaking the Food Seduction
- Keys for Natural Appetite Control
- Digestive Health
- Introduction to How Food Fight Cancer
- Introduction to How Foods Fight Diabetes
- Healthy Blood Pressure
Fixed rate fee: up to 20 registered students per 2-hour class: $500.00 per class.
Variable costs: add $20.00 per student after the first 20 students up to a maximum of 40 students.
For even more information on Food for Life classes this LINK will offer help.
Instructor, Terri Edwards, earned her Plant-Based Nutrition Certification through eCornell’s, T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and is licensed through the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine as a Food for Life instructor.
All Food for Life Sessions Offered:
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine is a non-profit organization that began in 1985 with only a handful of physicians but has grown to having more than 12,000 physician members. PCRM has been advancing healthcare through preventative medicine–especially through good nutrition–and through clinical research for over 3 decades.