Eating a more plant-based diet has been shown to help prevent, treat and even reverse some of our leading chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
During this mini-workshop, we will introduce you to plant-based eating, discuss the benefits, and answer any questions you may have, including: Will I get enough protein? Is it expensive? Is it safe for children?
We’ll also share the fundamentals of introducing more plant-based foods into your daily lifestyle from sharing easy recipes and having delicious samples for you to try. We will also review some fantastic products available at Generation Green and how you can incorporate them into your diet.
If you’re curious about the benefits of a plant-based diet and are looking to move along the diet continuum towards more whole plant-based foods, this workshop is for you!
Melodie Ho and Nita Sharda are both Registered Dietitians who are passionate about helping others achieve their best nutrition. With years of experience working with clients and sharing their expertise, they are a trusted source for nutrition information. You can find both Melodie and Nita busy experimenting with recipes in their kitchens when they’re not counseling clients.
HOW TO REGISTER:
Register here online or in-store at Generation Green. Limited seating! Workshop is on Thursday, March 22nd starting at 5:30 PM. All registrants receive a special discount for shopping that eve!
If you’ve ever thought about meeting with a Registered Dietitian to examine your nutrition or to set a few food related goals now is the time. After all, March is Nutrition Month. Nita and Melodie both counsel clients on a variety of topics but they definitely have different nutrition-related passions. Nita loves to counsel women living with PCOS, pre-diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome and childhood nutrition. Meanwhile, Melodie is passionate about digestive health, chronic disease management and diabetes. You can book an appointment with either of these gals by phoning 204-792-1893.
Keep in mind that seeing a Registered Dietitian is a fee-for-service however Nita and Melodie can directly bill to a number of insurance providers. Many times, nutrition counselling is covered under extended health care plans!