The Abundance Project is pleased to offer a seminar called~Eating Well and other Acts of Rebellion~presented by Samantha Dalby, Nurse Practitioner and Elizabeth Héon, food coach on Saturday Sept. 27th, 10:00 am at St. Paul's United Church Warkworth in the Gathering Place. ~This is a free event. Everyone is welcome.
As parents it seems to be becoming more and more difficult to find the time to prepare healthy meals for our families and children. ~But 'eating on the run' can have long term health effects. ~This seminar will help you identify simple foods that will improve your family's health and have a positive impact on your children's ability to concentrate and do well in school.
I've just had a sneak preview of Samantha's presentation~Eating Well and other Acts of Rebellion. ~All I can say is~WOW!~~If you are interested in your health and nutrition and that of your family's, then this is a presentation you cannot afford to miss. ~Samantha looks at the development of food and nutrition
guidelines, and then analyses these guidelines based on current research and her extensive experience as a Nurse Practitioner dealing with the health effects of poor nutrition.
Samantha will be pulling no punches as she outlines the basis of eating for good nutrition and overall health. ~Elizabeth Héon will compliment Samantha's presentation with some day to day meal planning ideas that will help you put into practice what Samantha has presented.
Free Parent Conference on Mental Health
KPR’s free, annual Parent Conference, to be held the morning of Saturday, October 18, 2014, at Bowmanville High School, will focus once again on child and youth mental health. Keynote speaker Lesley Andrew will offer a presentation titled Beating the O
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