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Cook-and-Lunch session #116 (Alkaline)

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Date(s) - 14/05/2019
09:30 - 13:00

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Did you know certain foods have an alkaline or acidic effect?   Most of the food we eat has the potential to alter our body’s acid bas (pH).  When digested, some foods leave acidic by-products in the body (acid-forming foods); others leave alkaline by-products (alkaline-forming foods).

The alkaline diet is based on the theory that you can change the pH balance of your body and blood through the food that you eat.  The general belief is that replacing acid-forming foods with alkaline foods can improve health.  Devotees of the alkaline diet swear it does wonders for their digestion, skin and mood.

When:  Tuesday, May 14th, starting at 9.30am till about 1.00pm thereabouts

Where:  Anja’s home in Heidelberg (address will be provided to those attending one week before the event begins)

What:  We will be preparing a 4-course alkaline menu that will give us a sense of what we might eat if we go on an alkaline diet.  The menu is made up of lots of vegetables, no sugar, no processed foods and no trans fats.   Some of the star ingredients include almonds, bell peppers, chickpeas, coconut milk, kohlrabi, potatoes, rhubarb, strawberries, watercress, white asparagus, and wild garlic.

Intrigued?  Want to learn more?   There is space for 10 participants.  Registration opens mid April.  The list of participants will be finalised two weeks before event date.

Faeimm Tang

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