Eating For Better Sleep
January 5, 2020, 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm$60
Studies have shown that eating a plant-based diet can help your body produce serotonin and melatonin, the chemicals in your brain that help you fall blissfully asleep! Whole food, plant-based specialist Chef Meg and Registered Polysomnographic Technologist, Scott Price will explain the ins and outs of sleep science and how food choice can help you get a great night’s sleep!
Vegan? Recipes can be modified to fit a vegan lifestyle. Please indicate this preference when registering.
House-made Whole-Grain Crackers and Kale Chips with Cottage Cheese Dip and Dark Cherry Raspberry Compote — Antioxidants found in kale, cherries, and raspberries are as good for you as they are delicious! Together with the power of whole grains and cottage cheese, this easy appetizer will become a go-to sleepy time snack!
Balsamic Roasted Cauliflower Caprese Steaks with Pesto Farroto — Farro is a delicious whole grain that you will learn to cook in a risotto style. Paired with our walnut-based pesto, it will become a favorite dish!
Midnight Snack Bars —Kick those evening sugar cravings to the curb with this candy bar with benefits! We will make our own refined sugar-free chocolatey coating that will be wrapped around delicious dates, caramel, and almonds.