Do you ever...
- Become impatient quickly
- Have a low energy level
- Feel you have too much to do
- Become anxious or tense easily
- Have PMS/PMT (women)
- Easily become angry
- Suffer from depression
- Have difficulty concentrating
- Become nervous/hyperactive
- Have poor memory/difficulty learning
Every one of these states - your thinking, feeling, mental energy and focus - happen across a network of interconnecting brain cells. Each brain cell depends on an optimal supply of nutrients to work efficiently.
When you are having difficulty concentrating, when your mood is low, when you struggle to recall a memory, there is a good chance that your brain is not receiving the nutrients it needs, when it needs them.
Learn more about which nutrients your brain needs, which foods contain them and how to cook these foods, at a Cooking for Health class focused on the link between the food we eat and the way we feel.
The class involves 100% hands-on practical cooking in a small, supervised group, combined with teaching of up-to-date information and research findings on the effects of diet on health. Clear, easy-to-follow presentations and handouts are provided with plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion. Through practical cooking, theory and discussions, participants learn how to create health and well being for mind and body.