Wednesday, January 23, 7-9PM, Ticketed
Healthy Starts: Breakfast Basics
$10 for 18 Reasons members; $12 for the general
Is it true that breakfast is the most important meal of the day?
Start your new year off right by learning how to start your day off right. Join local cereal company Attune Foods and local dietian Jae Berman on a lecture about the importance of a healthy breakfast and a demo on how to make cereal (the good kind!) at home.
All participants will leave with a goodie bag full of Attune products like Uncle Sam Cereal and Erewhon!
We will learn:
The importance of whole grains and low sugar in breakfast foods
Understanding how carbohydrates affect your body
Reading labels effectively
Tips for adding whole foods to help your diet
The history of cereal in the US
A demo on how to make cereal at home
About Jae Berman
Jae's diverse background and extensive education in nutrition and exercise provide her with the unique ability to implement simple strategies and useful tools to create powerful results. In addition to heading Jae Berman Nutrition, Jae serves as the Regional Registered Dietitian of The San Francisco Bay Club. In addition, she is a Certified Specialist Sports Dietitian, certified ACSM Health Fitness Specialist and has been a personal trainer, yoga teacher and Pilates instructor for eight years. Her specialties include nutrition for weight loss, wellness, sports nutrition, cardiovascular nutrition, digestive disorders, eating disorders and blood glucose control.
About Attune Foods
Attune Foods is based out of San Francisco and makes organic cereal and graham crackers- all of which are Non-GMO Certified and many Gluten Free. They believe that every morning should start off right- with whole grains and no processed sugar. It took them over a year to get their corn flakes made with Organic Non-GMO certified corn and are proud of their products. We think with good reason!
Check out their website for more info:
18 Reasons (View)
3674 18th St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|