Do you try to feed your family well? Do you know the leading causes of mortality? Do you suffer from auto-immune diseases or other chronic diseases? Come to the “Food Changes Everything” workshop on Saturday, December 2, 3– 4:30 p.m. at the Bloomfield Public Library Theater.
The Food Changes Everything workshop will feature two nutritional health coaches, Shanti Urreta and Kenneth Goldfarb, who help people improve their health and transform the way they nourish their bodies.
Kenneth Goldfarb of Health Permutations is an executive chef and integrative health coach. Kenneth works with individuals and groups transforming the way they view their food choices in order to maximize health benefits. After encountering serious intestinal permeability issues as a young man, his mission has been to share healthy eating and positive lifestyle choices with people experiencing difficulties.
Shanti Urreta is a retired teacher turned author and integrative health coach. After a diagnosis of blood cancer more than a decade ago, Shanti became intent on feeding her body well. Her book, “Dear World, See What I See” is her personal journey on this path. Shanti became certified in plant based nutrition through the T. Colin Campbell Center for nutrition Studies and her mission is to share health with everyone and for the animals and planet as well.
To register for this workshop, go to www.sheltershowcase.com or call 845-216-7984. A suggested donation of $5 is requested to help off-set the costs of the workshop. Shelter Showcase is a local all-volunteer 501c3 nonprofit that serves animals and people.