Raw Food Culinary School Begins Tour

A culinary arts school that focuses on preparing gourmet foods in the raw is preparing to begin a tour promoting the benefits of raw food. Each of the twelve-hour classes will be held in select cities throughout the U.S.

(PRWeb) Living Light Culinary Institute, a gourmet raw food school attracting students from more than 50 countries and six continents around the world, is pleased to announce the launch of the 2012 Science of Raw Food Nutrition Tour with Drs. Rick and Karin Dina, D.C., who will teach their introductory 12-hour raw food nutrition course in several cities. Three venues have been scheduled, with more in the works: Indigo Food in Vancouver B.C. on June 17, 2012, People’s Food Co-op in Portland, Oregon on July 14, 2012, and at a private residence in Newcastle, Washington (near Seattle) on July 15, 2012. Registration starts at 8:30 AM, and class begins promptly at 9:00 AM. Tuition is $375.

Visit http://RawFoodChef.com/ScienceTour.html for complete tour information.

The one-day intensive course, geared towards anyone looking to improve their health by adding more raw foods to their diet, is designed for the non-scientific person as well as those with a science or nutrition background who are interested in learning more about the specifics of raw food nutrition. The course is comprised of eight hours in class and four hours of online learning, and covers a variety of topics, including raw vegan sources of iron, calcium, protein, vitamin B12 and essential fatty acids, as well as blood sugar regulation, pH balance, nutrient values in cooked foods, anti-inflammatory nutrition, weight management, anti-aging and longevity. It is available to the general public with no prerequisites. The Drs. Dina are enthusiastic about taking the course on the road:

“We’ve had great success collaborating with Living Light on our science of raw food nutrition classes over the years, and we’re greatly…

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