The upcoming seminar at the College of Naturopathic Medicine (16th April) teaches us how to super-charge our diet by growing our own organic micro-greens for only pence per pound in the kitchen . It is ideal for anyone who wants to take practical steps towards a healthy diet without breaking the bank ,
Guest speaker Steve Meyerowitz became a health crusader when after twenty years of unsuccessfully fighting chronic allergies and asthma with orthodox methods, he became symptom free through his use of diet, juices and fasting. Ever since, he has been one of the leading voices for raw and organic foods in the United States, which has earned him the epithet of ‘Sproutman’.
An advocate of consuming ‘live superfoods’ to combat what he sees as an invisible epidemic of autoimmune diseases, ranging from allergies, asthma, skin problems and chronic fatigue syndrome amongst a host of other conditions, Steve says ‘‘When auto-immune disease occurs the most important thing you can do for yourself is to help control the inflammatory response by rebuilding the immune system, starting with the intestinal tract. Superfoods are just great for that.”
In his talk hosted by The College of Naturopathic Medicine, Steve will detail the health benefits of eating super foods as part of a raw and living foods diet, which can help us fight disease, strengthen immunity, detoxify and feel energized. Wheatgrass, raw vegetable juices and micro-greens are living cocktail concentrates providing an abundance of vital plant compounds and nutrients. “It is these that permeate the bloodstream and enhance cleansing and detoxification right down to the cellular level where true rejuvenation occurs”, says Steve.
Steve plans to show which micro-greens are the most bioactive and carry the highest proportion of cancer fighting compounds to give us the best chance of fighting off chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease and arthritis.
The seminar will take place in Dublin on 16th April from 7:00pm-9:00pm at Griffith College, South Circular Road, Dublin 8. The entry fee is €15 (€10 for CNM students).
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