Healing Power of Food
Learn how to choose the right foods for staying healthy
Five Wednesdays 6:30 to 8:30pm
SAVE THE DATES January 16, 23, 30 February 6 & 13 RESERVE NOW
$125 for the series
Everything we eat has an effect on us beyond taste and pleasing our senses. Food choices can either improve or worsen our health conditions. That is why it’s so important to understand the healing powers of our food and the effects on our physical, emotional and psychological well-being.
A new year is upon us! As we welcome 2019, many of us tend to take stock of our lives and health and contemplate positive changes. Don’t just contemplate! Join Pam Milask for five fun evenings for a powerful, enlightening, and joyfully interactive course on nutrition for wellness. Pam will give you a realistic and important foundation upon which you can build healthy and satisfying food habits to help you create the best health possible. The information presented will be immediately useful in your daily life.
At these classes you will learn:
- How to navigate confusing and often contradictory ‘facts’ about food.
- How foods can increase energy, boost your immune system, reset your digestive system, protect, enhance and strengthen your body and mind.
- Why choosing the highest quality foods are critical to good health and how to maximize your overall well-being by understanding big DOs and DON’Ts when making food choices.
- What are the specific foods to properly address YOUR INDIVIDUAL health issues.
- The facts about these hot button items and their most beneficial uses: Fats & Oils, Dairy, Sugar & Sweeteners and Salt. And what about snacks?
- The differences between various types of dietary approaches and what are the most appropriate elements of each system that may best benefit you. Enjoy small food tastings and samples each week. A handbook will be provided; including vitalizing recipes from Pam’s forth coming book, “Creating a Healthy Kitchen: Recipes to Enhance Health”
♦ Classes will be held in the beautiful yoga space at Airmid Wellness, in Hartsville Professional Village, 1260 Old York Road, Warminster. The fee is $125 for the series. Space is limited. Register now below.
About the instructor:
Pam began her food journey and exploration in 1982 when her mother introduced her to the Macrobiotic lifestyle and diet. After two years of training at the Kushi Institute in Massachusetts, she cooked for seriously ill people for several years. Eventually, Macrobiotics led her to broaden out into a more whole foods approach and she taught classes in the south Jersey area.
In 1998, Pam attended acupuncture school where she was introduced to Asian Dietary Theory. Chinese Dietary Theory is a highly useful understanding of the innate properties of foods, what organs they influence, their “flavors”, the routes they take and what actions they assist in the body. Her journey has fostered a well-informed, well-rounded, 360 degree approach to food and diet. Pam has been on staff at the Won Institute of Graduate Studies, PA’s only certified masters acupuncture program, where she has been the program’s nutrition instructor for ten years.
“Eat Food. Mostly plants. Not too much.” ~~ Michael Pollan, food researcher author