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Feel Good Foods & Making Every Mouthful Matter | Treading Above Water

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Feel Good Foods & Making Every Mouthful Matter | Treading Above Water

This program is offered virtually and is open to anyone who has been impacted by cancer. Membership is not required to participate. 
Gilda’s Club Greater Toronto invites you to join us for our new education series, Treading Above Water.  Each week throughout the month of March we will provide virtual educational opportunities to learn from subject matter experts about the difficult topic of dying and death.
Treading Above Water is an opportunity to learn how to process difficult information and plan the best options for you or your loved ones during a period of time when life’s waters are calm so that you will be able to keep your head above water when life becomes more turbulent and the water gets deep.
Feel-Good Foods & Making Every Mouthful Matter: Focusing on feel-good foods & making every mouth matter:. Please join Chef Amy as she discusses and showcases examples of favourite feel-good, seasonal foods that not only provide energy and taste like comfort but are nutrient-dense and a great component of an anti-cancer diet. Making every mouthful matter nutritionally speaking is particularly important, but the social and emotional aspect of eating is paramount, particularly during stressful times.
Presenter:  Amy Symington M.Sc
Amy is a nutrition professor, researcher and plant-based chef at George Brown College in Toronto, Canada, is a current PhD student at the University of Toronto and has 25 years of experience in the food industry including in restaurants, catering events in large and small, in community kitchens and at various colleges. She runs the culinary nutrition programming at Gilda’s Club Greater Toronto, a not-for-profit organization for those touched by cancer, is an active Toronto Vegetarian Association (TVA) volunteer focusing on all things food and nutrition, she volunteers with the Toronto Veg Food Bank (TVFB) as a chef and nutrition consultant and does recipe development and food writing for various publications in Toronto and worldwide. Amy believes in the evidence-based health and environmental benefits of plant-based diets and is the recent author of The Long Table Cookbook: Plant-based recipes for optimal health.
Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family. -Kofi Annan

Event Details

Date: March 15 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Venue: Gilda’s Toronto Virtual Programs