Food for Life: The Power of Plant-Based Nutrition for Health - ONLINE

Food for Life: The Power of Plant-Based Nutrition for Health - ONLINE

Summer
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150.00
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150.00
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Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan and Plant Powered Metro New York present a four-session class series exploring evidence-based nutrition and healthy meal preparation, brought to you by the award-winning Food for Life nutrition education and cooking class programs, created by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. In each session, you'll learn from expert clinicians about the power of food as medicine through insightful videos, receive an hour of live cooking instruction and meal ideas, and engage in discussion with your peers for community support. Food for Life offers the tools to master a new approach to food that will help you achieve your weight goals, prevent cancer, increase survivorship, and create an environment of health and resilience throughout your mind and body.

Guidebook with recipes and home-delivered produce boxes ($35 value) included. Please note: sessions will not be recorded, so we encourage community members to be available for all sessions. Participation will be capped at 30 people.

Free for those being tested or treated for cancer. Please complete this form in order to receive your discount code. 

After you register for this program through the JCC's website, please complete this intake form no later than Friday, Jul 9.

Registrations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please contact Registration by email at boxoffice@mmjccm.org for additional information or if you are having trouble registering; be sure to include your name, contact information, and class/program/event for which you wish to register.

By registering for a Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan program, you consent to the JCC's Cancellation Policy. Participants in JCC programs are subject to all Policies and Practices of the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan.