Rick and I returned home from our first Science of Raw Food Nutrition I on the road class yesterday to find 1 foot-long zucchinis and ripening tomatoes in our garden! Summer is here in northern California and our summer 2012 tour is in full swing. Our next Science of Raw Food Nutrition I on the road classes are scheduled for Portland, OR and Seattle, WA in September and Fairfield, CT in October.
Our Science of Raw Food Nutrition I on the road class is the same class that we teach in northern California in a slightly different format. It is a 12-hour course covering hot topics including plant sources of iron, calcium, protein, vitamin B12, essential fatty acids, blood sugar, pH balance, food changes from cooking, anti-inflammatory nutrition, weight management, anti-aging and longevity, and much more! Science of Raw Food Nutrition I on the Road is composed of 8 hours of in-class instruction and 4 hours online. For those of you who have wanted to take this class but could not find the time to come to California, here is your opportunity to see us closer to home! We are very happy to bring this class to you!
We will post the final dates and venues for these classes when they are finalized.
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