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Healthy Cooking Classes in Sydney

A collaboration with...

Have you ever had the intention of changing some aspects of your lifestyle or eating habits to improve your health?

Dr Megan Fabbro, Medical Nutritionist from Nutrition4You, has collaborated with

Jennie Thompson from The Cooks Workshop to design Cooking4Health.

A cooking and nutrition programme designed to take you through a year of healthy cooking.

Both Megan and Jennie believe strongly that what we eat is paramount, not only for promoting wellness, but for disease prevention and management.

Our cooking workshops are designed to give you the skills and knowledge to make your own delicious food that will enable you to achieve your health goals – without going hungry and instead enjoy every mouthful reaching the end of your meal with a satisfied tummy.

The programme will be delivered in monthly modules, starting with February’s workshop : Cooking4Health – Summer Fresh – Start the new year energised and in control.

 

Each module will target relevant seasonal health issues as well as a nutritional foundation approach to cooking.

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FOOD

BUSTING

SUGAR

DIGEST

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IMMUNE

BOOSTER

SPRING

DEFENSE

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BALANCED

FOOD

INTOLERANCES

Cooking modules

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FRESH

AFTERNOON

ATTACK

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The Benefits

Enjoy delicious, yet easy-to-cook recipes that are family-friendly (no separate cooking), without feeling hungry.

Enjoy foods and ingredients again without guilt, and the pleasure of eating a yummy meal without calorie and macro-counting.

Start to feel better almost immediately – gain energy, improved mental clarity and confidence, deeper sleep, reduced pressure off joints, and more time for enjoying life.

Lose overall body weight (particularly fat around tummy), reduce waistline, decrease blood pressure, cholesterol & blood sugar levels.

Reduce risk of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes and/or reduction in medication dose (if taking). And much more…