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Webinar: Clean Eating: How to Start and Sustain

Thursday, April 06, 2017 - 7:00pm
Michele Calabretta
Community Program
Free Event
Apr 6, 2017 7:00PM - 8:00PM

In this webinar, we will explore the meaning of clean eating. 

What types of foods this includes and/or excludes?

How do you start incorporating this philosophy into your daily routine? 

What are the potential benefits of clean eating? Is clean eating right for you? 

How “clean” one chooses to eat depends on personal goals and interests if not the health needs of the individual. The goals and potential outcomes of clean eating can help outline the approach for each individual. Sustainability is largely dependent upon how practical and applicable the dietary plan is. Enlisting the help of a clinical nutrition specialist (CNS) can be very helpful in pinpointing the specific needs of the individual. We’ll explore through discussion, food lists, sample recipes and a pictorial cooking demo.  

Michele Calabretta is a student in the M.S. in Nutrition and Integrative Health program with a concentration in Herbal Medicine and enrolled in the Nutrition Internship Program at Maryland University of Integrative Health. After several years of running a wildlife rehabilitation clinic and observing the very direct benefits of a nourishing environment on the healing of her animal patients, she decided to formally study the benefits of sound nutrition practices on the health of humankind. She hopes to specialize in pediatric nutrition and support young families or anyone seeking wellness through nutritional therapy.  Nourishing the “head, heart, and hands” – a philosophy taken from Rudolph Steiner  and her background in Waldorf Education as an early childhood assistant – provides the framework to her clinical approach. She lives with her husband, two young children, a dog, several cats, two doves, two tortoises and an unknown number of fish in Denver, PA. where she enjoys running, hiking, yoga and any occasion to make handmade gifts.

Note: Time is Eastern Daylight Time.