The core focus of all our efforts center around our belief in the self-healing capacity of the human body and supporting it with non-toxic, natural options. All of the events we host are created with this philosophy in mind.
Courtney McMahan, our registered Dietitian at Nutrition World, and The Sweet and Savory Classroom have teamed up to help you keep your Resolution to eat better in the New Year.
This is not exactly the beginning of the year; but it is still the beginning of 2020…and it’s never too late to make a resolution. Plus, all resolutions have to start somewhere – and if you haven’t started, this is a great place to resolve to eat better!On a personal note, both Chef Jeff and Chef Joe have had to resolve at one point to lose weight to better our lives. They kept their resolutions – not by starving themselves or by eating grass – but by making food that tasted great and that was healthier for them in the long run. They resolved to make healthier food decisions; to quit eating junk food; to start exercising; come and let us show you how they did it!Join us to Kick-Start better eating by learning to make delicious and healthy food! We are sure it is a resolution you will want to keep!
All classes are hands-on. Wear comfortable clothes with closed-toe non-slip shoes.
(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
What's really in your dog's food? You may be surprised to find out. At this event, we will be screening the documentary "Pet Fooled" to help you learn about the
What’s really in your dog’s food? You may be surprised to find out. At this event, we will be screening the documentary “Pet Fooled” to help you learn about the pet food industry and how to make the best decision for your dog’s health. After the movie, we will open up the store after hours for a special tour of our pet wellness section and learn how we can help your pet’s health.
To view the trailer of the film click here.
Attendees can expect to learn:
-What’s really in your dog’s food?
– What does the ingredient list on your dog’s kibble really mean?
– What initiated the shift from real food for dogs to processed dry kibble?
– Is the pet food industry more heavily influenced by profit or by doing the right thing for the sake of pet health?
– How do pet food companies use marketing to influence consumer perception of what is in the bag and does this perception reflect reality?
– Is it possible that veterinary advice on diet can be influenced by major pet companies?
– What do holistic or integrative Veterinarians consider a species appropriate diet?
– What are some differences between real, fresh food and processed dry kibble?
– Do grains in kibble contribute to negative health consequences?
– How do deadly recalls break consumer trust?
– Who monopolizes pet food production?
– How does dry, processed kibble impact the health of our beloved pets?
(Tuesday) 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
The Retreat at The Wellness Corner
6237 Vance Road Suite 8
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