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Is Your Gut Healthy? Live Online
with Erika Barnhill
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
If you missed this class the first time it was offered, you will not want to miss it again to start getting healthier.
Do you have any of the following symptoms: bloating, acne, low energy levels, or fatigue Gut health is extremely important when it comes to having a healthy body. If the gut is unhealthy then the rest of the body is generally unhealthy because your system is not functioning well, and you're not getting the nutrition your body and brain need to do well. In this class the pitfalls of having poor gut, how important it is to build a healthy gut, and ways to do that.
About the Instructor: Erika Barnhill has a passion to share her knowledge about nutrition and good health with others. She recognizes that we live in a world where people are not experiencing the healthy vibrancy they are meant to. In fact, the opposite is true: people are often sick and over-medicated, yet still unaware how much diet and lifestyle are responsible.
Erika says, “I worked in a hospital setting with cardiac and pulmonary patients with many people who needed change and needed answers. A health crisis led me to learn how to take a more holistic approach to healing my own body through research, study, and prayer. I have a Bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and certification as a health and wellness coach. I’m happy to say I am healthy and well today with a busy life as a wife, mother, and health coach while homeschooling four amazing children.. Finding balance in our busy lives is so important, and it is possible to live every day to the fullest, feeling healthy and well.
Live Online: Butternut Squash & Poblano Pepper Tacos
with Lacey Squier
Saturday, September 26, 2020
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Online Zoom class - Live!
Lifelong friends pair up to bring you these delicious vegetarian tacos with homemade flour tortillas, accompanied by honey orange margaritas, if you so choose. If you have never had tortillas made from scratch or well-spiced tacos that are not meat-based, you are in for a treat.
Lacey and Beth will have fun teaching together. They won't require you to work in pairs...but they do encourage you to invite a friend to join in for twice the fun...maybe a friend who lives halfway across the country!
You will receive the Zoom link as well as supplies and equipment list when you register.
About the instructors: Lacey Squire and Beth Jerabek have been friends since they were 12 years old. Nowadays, even though they live five hours apart, they often exchange recipes and cooking ideas and inspiration. Lacey loves cooking food of all kinds. She is an amateur cook who spends much of her free time learning how to recreate dishes from her favorite restaurant and travel experiences. These vegetarian, butternut squash and poblano pepper tacos are one of Beth's favorite things to make when hosting guests.
It is liberating to realize you can have anything you want for dinner ... as long as you're willing to make it yourself!