Eat Right, Feel Good, Live Longer
Nutrition for People Over 60 with Michael Dorfman
Wednesdays, March 22, 29, & April 5, 2017
3 to 4:30 pm
Cost: $150 pesos (or $400 pesos if you commit to all three sessions)
Max Registration: Limited to 12 people
If you´re like most people, you grew up eating whatever your mother put on the table. Simply put, you inherited your diet from your family. In my case, my father was a butcher, so I ate a lot of meat: bacon, pastrami, corn beef, sausage, tongue and brains. Maybe my eating regime was different than yours but one thing we probably both had in common was this: neither of us thought much about the nutritional value of what we put in our bodies.
As we got older and words like cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart disease, cancer, and diabetes began creeping into our vocabulary, we became more concerned about our health. So, we got annual checkups, took vitamins, exercised, stopped smoking and experimented with different kinds of diets. But more often than not, the impact of these efforts was minimal. Our energy was still low… we still got sick… and health concerns began to dominate our lives
If you are ready to break this cycle and discover a nutritional path with the power to restore your optimum health, EAT RIGHT, FEEL GOOD, LIVE LONGER – a 3 session (1.5 hours per session) tutorial about the benefits of a plant based diet…is for you:
- Reach your ideal weight and stay there
- Stop depending so much on doctors and drugs
- Lower your blood pressure without drugs
- Reduce your risk of chronic disease
- Reverse heart disease and diabetes 2
- Increase your energy to the levels of your youth
- Learn healthy cooking
*Session 3 will include healthy home cooking tips from chef Delia Ortega
*If you are under 60 and very interested in attending please send me an e-mail at email@example.com.
Michael Dorfman is a very healthy 75-year old resident of San Miguel. A vegetarian, since 1976, Michael has been studying the pros and cons of a wide range of dietary regimes for more than 40 years. In 2008, Michael discovered the extraordinary benefits of a whole foods plant-based diet and is now a leading advocate of this nutritional path.