Is more better?
When kids are kids, very often more always sounds better. Adults typically reach a point when they realize that is not true, and yet…consider the past few days.
A day to celebrate the blessing of plenty,
but when too many eat too much.
A day to help businesses end the year in the black,
but when too many spend too much
for things they don’t need.
As these days come to a close and people finally sit and rest, they suddenly realize they don’t feel as good as they think they should, whether physically or emotionally. Why is that?
Perhaps because we’re feeding appetites that were meant to be satisfied a different way.
And it’s not simply because Americans tend to eat too much. Many times, we’re eating the wrong foods.
The first step towards change is recognizing the need for it.
Do you need to change your holiday patterns?
Wouldn’t you like to end the day feeling as good as you did at the start?
On Saturday, December 3, Beth Pelton will teach a one-and-a-half hour workshop on HOLIDAY COOKING WITH WHOLE FOOD FLAIR.
Participants will learn how to prepare foods with less oil, sugar, salt, and ultra-processed ingredients. This workshop includes food prep demonstration, short-cuts, as well as tastings of appetizer, and soup, salad, main dish, side, and dessert recipes.
Don’t miss out on this delicious and nutritious opportunity!
Click HERE to REGISTER!!
Consider also attending our upcoming film screening of HOW NOT TO DIE near the end of the year on December 28.
Reflective of Dr. Michael Greger’s book of the same name, the film teaches viewers how to protect themselves from 10 causes of premature death and disease with a plant-based diet. Watch this special presentation of “How Not to Die” along with the Body Moves Community as we learn together how to become healthier and live longer based on scientific research.
This is a FREE event with invaluable information!
Click HERE to sign up!!