Culinary Medicine: Carbs Are Not the Villain- A Journey Through The World of Grains & Legumes
WhenTuesday April 7, 2020
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
RoomThe Lifestyle Medicine Hub
Led ByCate Collings, MD
Carbohydrates are among the most satiating foods and contain some of the most beneficial health-enhancing nutrients that our bodies need. They’re not the villain that media portrays them to be. In this hands-on cooking class, you’ll learn about why our bodies thrive on quality carbohydrates and how to prepare delicious dishes featuring whole grains and legumes. At the end, we’ll sit down and enjoy the tasteful food we’ve prepared.
What to Expect
We're looking forward to cooking with you! Here's some information to get you prepared for our classes.
Hands On. Put on your apron and get ready to chop, saute, and taste test your way through each recipe. Our classes are geared toward all skill levels. Please wear closed-toe shoes, tie long hair back, and wear clothes that can get a little messy.
Personal Attention. Small class size of 12 students max, usually working in groups of 3 allows you to get all of the personal attention and guidance you need.
Learn from the Best. This class is led by Dr. Cate Collings, a Board Certified Cardiologist and Lifestyle Medicine Specialist, and Alexandra Regalado, a Registered Dietitian. They are passionate about cooking delicious and nutritious meal and love sharing their knowledge.
If you have a food allergy, please check with the Lifestyle Medicine team before attending the class. Adjustments to recipes cannot be made during class. Call 408-871-5050 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.