Healthy holiday cooking coming to Sylvan Lake

The holidays don’t need to be a time for unhealthy choices

The holidays don’t need to be a time for unhealthy choices.

On Friday, November 25 Natasha Kalinchuk will be hosting a Healthy Holiday Cooking Class to help people cook healthy alternatives to holiday classics.

“It will be healthy cooking options with Christmas flavoring,” Kalinchuk said. “So the typical pumpkin and cranberry, sweets, chocolates but with healthy, anti-inflammatory options.”

Kalinchuk felt there is a niche for healthy cooking in Central Alberta after moving from Vancouver.

“People are new to alternative cooking and there isn’t a lot of options here yet,” she said. “It’s teaching people to go outside the typical food mentality and show themsomething different than what they’re used to.”

Kalinchuk, who specializes in skin health, said there is a variety of health benefits taught at her course including people who are thinking about skin health, weight lossand anti-inflammatory concerns. She added people can come to the course to learn more about the happiness and confidence that comes from eating healthy.

The event will be at one of the Asset Builders show homes in Sylvan Lake and you can sign up for the course by contacting Kalinchuk at 403 596 6052.

“It will be a lot of fun and it will be a great night out,” Kalinchuk said. “We hope to start a new community of health oriented individuals looking for a great night out.”

reporter@sylvanlakenews.com

 

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