Food should be medicine. Food should be passionate. Food should be about connection. 

WHAT: Come to Kathleen Lee Acupuncture's Patient Empowerment Lecture series. She will be talking about "Your Dietary Makeover" which is all about simple changes you can make with your diet to create lasting and sustainable changes to your health. "Diets" should not be about counting calories. To show you how food can be both delicious and nutritious, Kathleen will be cooking for you! Check out the syllabus and menu below!

WHO: You! Because you want your food to be healthy, delicious and nutritious! 

WHEN: November 2, 9, 16 at 5:45 pm

WHERE: 710 River Street Suite 9 

COST: $20 per lecture or FREE if you are joining Aura Wilson on her 21-Days to a Brighter You Challenge

Space is limited. Please call or text (831) 708-8832 to reserve your seat. 

Week 1: November 2, 2015

YOUR DIETARY MAKEOVER: FIVE FOODS TO AVOID

Kathleen is going to start to transform your way of thinking around your “diet”. Diets should be sustainable and shouldn’t revolve around counting calories. It should be about feeding your body “real” food and most importantly, you should feel connected to your food. In this week, we will go over how inflammation shows up in bodies and the five foods to avoid to inhibit inflammation. That’s all on the nutritional side of the coin, on the practical side, Kathleen will talk about “batch cooking” because we all have extremely busy lives and cooking should not be something that stresses you out!

Menu:

Dandyblend tea with Raw Milk

Brown Rice/Quinoa Fried Rice (option to “make it Korean Bibimbap”)

 

 

Week 2: November 9, 2015

YOUR DIETARY MAKEOVER: FIVE EASY GUIDELINES TO FOLLOW

So Kathleen had to play “bad cop” last week and take away some foods that you may have a physical or emotional dependent relationship with. Come and see how nice she is when she puts on her “good cop” hat! She is going to outline five easy-to-follow guidelines to fight inflammation, reestablish your gut microbial health, and stabilize your blood sugar and metabolism.

PS: She may have taken away your coffee, but you get to eat butter and bacon! And that makes life good again!

Menu:

Farmer’s Market Frittata

 

 

Week 3: November 16, 2015

BALANCE YOUR GUT MICROBIOME, BALANCE YOUR LIFE

There is an amazing amount of research emerging around how your gut microbiome can affect your health. Digestion is considered to be the “pivot” of health in Chinese medicine and Kathleen considers the gut microbiome system to be so important that she calls it the “hidden organ”. Come learn how to balance your microbiome system and how that will put you in a better mood, make you more “regular”, stabilize your metabolism and help you maintain a healthy weight.

Menu:

Rotisserie Chicken Batch Cooking (One Chicken, 3+ Meals)