Dr. John McDougall and others proclaim the health benefits of a starch-based diet. Other practitioners, such as Dr. Joel Fuhrman, dispute some of those claims. Who is right? This Wed. evening, June 1 at 6 pm, we will review video clips of Dr. McDougall discussing the starch-based diet, and then respond from the standpoint of a certified nutrition consultant, as well as comparing other findings.
First, enjoy a truly health-supporting vegan dinner. This is carefully designed from a nutritional standpoint to meet the dietary needs of people in hectic urban settings. It is totally vegan AND totally healthy. And it incorporates the best current knowledge of vegan nutrition. But you won't be disappointed at the taste, either. Patricia's dinners are not only healthy, they also have received rave reviews for taste as well. Best of all, this dinner is ALL YOU CAN EAT, and take some home for the rest of the week. Just be sure to arrive on time, and RSVP to the chef knows how much food to bring.
Here is the menu for Wednesday's dinner:
Country House Salad
Herbed Heirloom Tomato Salad
Chick Pea Guacamole & Flat Bread
Savory Summer Casserole with Arugula
Sesame Almond Sauced Rainbo of Vegetables
New Yukon Potatoes
Blueberry Fruit Bars
Don't miss dinner! And afterwards, stay for a vitally-important discussion for vegans, about the merits and demerits of a starch-based diet.
It all happens this Wed. evening, June 1 at 6 pm. Location is the Opera Plaza Community Room, 601 Van Ness, San Francisco. Take the elevator to the first floor, and security will key you down to the mezzanine.
A fifteen dollar requested minimum donation covers the all you can eat dinner AND the discussion about starch-based diets. This is possible because the chef donates her time. Funds go toward facility rental, food, transport and related costs.
RSVP to reserve a place! Call 707-774-1904 or email to: info@...
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