Grocery Shopping Tours Making Food and Wellness Fun!
Understanding how to eat real foods is about selecting the MOST healthful and nutritious foods at the grocery store.
- Are you overwhelmed with certain dietary restrictions?
- Are you trying to lose weight?
- Are you having a hard time figuring out what foods you should or should not eat?
- Food labels confusing to you?
- Need education on how to eat organic but not break the bank?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, then you will benefit greatly by joining me for the Grocery Shopping Tour!
Master the Art of Grocery Shopping as we take a tour together at our local grocery store. You will be demystified on the reading of food labels as you gain more insight on choosing the most healthy and nutritious foods available. Carbs/Proteins/Fats, the right balance all while choosing foods from the Healing Eating Plan.
- Know how to read a nutrition label
- Learn how to purchase the freshest produce and meats
- Learn what fermented foods to add to your diet
- Be able to identify good sources of carbs, fats, and proteins
- Learn tips and tricks to save money, while upgrading the quality of your food purchase
- The Grocery Shopping Tour is approximately 1.5 hour in duration
- You will leave with practical knowledge
- As a result, you'll save money and gain better health
ADDED BONUS: You will receive the "Healthy Shopping Made Easy" pamphlet to guide you through the grocery store.
Please Pre-register by clicking below. Space is limited so don't delay.
Next Grocery Shopping Tour:
- February 4th at 6:15pm meet at the bar stools in front of the cashiers. Tour takes place at Whole Foods on Plymouth Road in Minnetonka across the highway from Ridgedale. Limited registration. Cost is $37.00 per person, husband and wife for $45.00.
- Tanya Davison,
I found out about Beth’s grocery store tour through my chiropractor and for the few hours that we met, I really learned a lot about new vegetables and fruits to try and how to shop on a budget and get the nutrients that I need as a type 1 diabetic. I also discovered that ‘conventional’ fruits are not organic (never knew that), dairy and meat product selection was the most informational. I now have a better understanding of the levels of organic and how animals are raised and how to choose based on your budget. Lastly, I really enjoyed Beth’s company and seeing her passion for what she does to help others, it wants me to try out other programs she has in the future.
I always thought I did a good job watching what I ate. Meeting Beth and learning from her was such an eye-opener! Because of her explanations, things my doctor had said, now made sense. I learned so much about REAL healthy eating and how to do it. Thanks, Beth!Judy T.