Friday, July 9, 2010

Wise Ways Cooking School official opening!

Tomorrow we officially launch Wise Ways Cooking School with our first lecture, Foods for Fertility, Pregnancy, and Nursing. The following weekend we will present on Timeless Principles for Infant and Child Nutrition, and Baby's First Foods.

In August we offer a follow-up day of cooking classes at a very nice commercial kitchen space in midtown Manhattan. The topics will be Foods for Fertility and Pregnancy, and Nutrient-Dense Foods for Babies and Toddlers. We also have a few privately-sponsored classes here and there throughout the summer. Please visit our class schedule page for full descriptions and information on locations.

It is worth mentioning that we have lots of special offers for ways to earn discounts -- including FREE admission to our two Saturday lectures for all childbirth/pregnancy practitioners, and pediatricians. The full list of eligible practitioners -- along with all our other great offers! -- is on our special offers page. We are particularly encouraging early registration (3 weeks ahead for our full-day class offerings) so that we can meet our quota for enrollment. The kitchen rental is pricey!! If you're interested and planning to take a class, help us out by registering early so we don't have to cancel and disappoint all those late-registration people.

This is a joint venture with Angela Davis, a food activist and holistic nutrition consultant who has a background weirdly similar to mine. She attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, used to eat vegetarian (much much longer and more seriously than I did), then she discovered the Weston A. Price Foundation and experienced a profound improvement in health after adopting a traditional diet. You can read our full bios by clicking here.

To learn more about Weston A. Price, traditional foods, and our food philosophy, please click here.

We also have a brand-new blog!! Check us out at And yes, we are on Facebook and Twitter.

Can you tell I've been busy?!!?

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