In the past food was viewed primarily as sustenance however, once we as a society had an abundance of food the focus shifted to convenience. Now organic, healthy food is being seen as a way to improve the quality of our health and our lives and we are beginning to understand that what we eat affects how our genes express themselves. There is great importance in being honest with ourselves about what we eat and how it makes us feel. I work to help you understand the relationship between your health and the food you eat.
I offer a variety of classes that support improved health with a focus on health and nutrition topics, backyard vegetable gardening and specialty cooking classes. The class sizes are limited to 8 to 10 participants and a list of my current offerings can be found on my classes page.