Food for Life programs are a community-based nutrition education program of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM.org).
Food for Life is the award-winning Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) program designed by physicians, nurses, and registered dietitians that offers cancer, diabetes, weight management classes that focus on the lifesaving effects of healthful eating. This is an innovative approach to a medical change in your life.
Most of us don't know how, or why, food is linked to our most common diseases; cancer, Type 2 diabetes, heart disease and obesity. At Food for Life classes you will learn from scientifically proven research giving you a CLEAR UNDERSTANDING of what is CAUSING disease and WHY food can make you well.
Most of us know we should eat better but we don't know where to start. We have heard so many contradictions about what to eat we are about ready to throw in the towel. But Food for Life classes take the confusion away so you receive solid, evidence-based nutritional information, learn from watching cooking demonstrations, sample delicious food, and take home the recipes. It is a fun and easy way to learn - all in a supportive group setting.
Each class is 2 hours and includes nutritional information by Dr. Neal Barnard, cooking demonstrations, sampling, and use of the corresponding book.
Sign up for the next class series (all series, no matter the topic, will guide you to healthful changes) and learn about the healing power of foods.
Watch the 7 & 4 News Interview to find out more about the
Food for Life Cancer Prevention & Survival Class Series
TV 7 & 4 NEWS INTERVIEW - August 24, 2012
Attendees from the Cancer Series celebrate
together at OM Cafe, Traverse City, MI