Zen & the Art of Clean Cooking.

“Clean” Cooking Classes at the Center for Integrative Medicine

Clean eating and cooking is innovative and can provide you with unbelievable health results. It is practiced by the most elite athletes and healthy-minded people everywhere. Now you can learn the science behind clean eating with internationally trained chef Carrie Weiss. Carrie’s classes have elicited rave reviews. Giving up sugar, gluten, dairy and processed foods will become second nature. Practice eating with purpose, an intention. Learn how food affects our overall well-being. Classes are held in Valley’s beautiful teaching kitchen. located at 1200 E. Ridgewood Ave, West Wing, 3rd Floor in Ridgewood.

Classes are on the following Thursday Mornings from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m:
February 8th
March 8th, 15th, 22nd
April 19th & 26th
May 3rd & 10th

The cost per person for a delicious, multi-course meal is $95.00 per class.
For more info or to register call 201-389-0075 or email emangan@valleyhealth.com.

Valley’s Center for Integrative Medicine
1200 E. Ridgewood Ave., West Wing, 3rd Floor, Ridgewood, NJ.

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