CREATE HEALTHY MEALS THAT TASTE GOOD…FAST! MASTER HOW TO USE FOOD TO IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH WITHOUT SPENDING TONS OF TIME AND MONEY, AND WITHOUT IT TASTING LIKE CARDBOARD
If you’re overwhelmed in the kitchen and frustrated with your health, then you’re missing the 5 key strategies that I’ll be teaching in this webinar and virtual cooking class on October 27th at 7 PM EST.CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT
DURING THIS LIVE VIRTUAL EVENT YOU WILL
Explore the 5 strategies I use and share with my patients on how they can use food as their medicine.
Plus, we will cook together live in a virtual cooking class each night!
how food can be used to both improve your health and harm your health.
new food and ingredients to incorporate into dishes that you and your family already love. All meals are flexitarian and can be made with or without animal protein.
with strategies you and your family can use right now to use food as your medicine.
MEET DR. LAUREN POWELL
Certified Family Medicine Physician
In this webinar I will teach you the 5 strategies I use and share with my patients on how they can use food as their medicine. Plus, we will cook together live in a virtual cooking class.
Dr. Lauren Powell, a board certified family medicine physician, is a media personality and frequently called upon by local & national television, print, radio and online media to give a fresh perspective and new information on nutrition and health. Dr. Powell travels throughout the US speaking at churches, corporations, conventions, and colleges sharing her knowledge and insight regarding disease prevention and cure utilizing food, earning her the title of “The Culinary Doctor” by her peers and patients. Dr. Powell combines practical, responsible academic knowledge with her humor and high- energy personality, making her a highly sought after national speaker.
Dr. Powell became extremely passionate about nutrition and health after her father suffered a major health scare. Her objective is to educate African American patients about diet and how food preparation affects health. Her goal is to end generational patterns of adverse health outcomes in the African American community through teaching healthy cooking techniques.
Here's What Everyone Is Saying!
~ Brenda Williams
Great time making this vegetable soap tonight. I love hearing the recommendations as we cook. As a result I added white beans and broccoli to my meatless soap. It is delicious. Great idea Dr. Lauren to freeze a batch.
~ Angela Mc Daniel
This salad tonight was so delicious!! I learned we should add a branch of unhealthy stuff to our salads like bacon bits, white creamy dressings and candied nuts!! There are so many healthy alternatives. This salad was just right!!
~ Carolyn Wieland
That was fun and yummy! Thank you Dr.Lauren!!
What did I learn: Not every meal needs to be fancy schmancy or require a lot of effort. And, I'm not a huge fan of sweet potatoes!
~ Brandy Gallien Malbrough
Made my stuffed acorn squash today, tastes yummy! I only sampled since I'll be eating it later for dinner. I stuffed them in this dish so i can put the lid on it. I had some leftover stuffing so i may nibble on that for launch.