cuisine, community, conversation
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Two years ago, Gary Hirshberg spoke at the Food and Health Forum’s first dinner seminar at the Blue Moon Evolution. He spoke to sold out crowd about actions and results that can encourage us to embrace sustainability goals in all that we do.
Since then, Gary has been forging the path to ensure that food companies label products that contain genetically engineered organisms. He is Chairman and a founding Partner of “Just Label It, We Have the Right to Know,” the national campaign to label genetically engineered foods, and is co-author of Label It Now – What You Need to Know About Genetically Engineered Foods.
America’s biggest food fight – whether or not to label genetically engineered foods is just the tip of the iceberg of a much more fundamental question about how to ensure the safety and sustainability of our foods. Gary will speak about how we can all help to invent a healthier food future.
Gary is Chairman of Stonyfield Farm, the world’s leading organic yogurt producer, and Managing Director of Stonyfield Europe, with organic brands in Ireland and France. Gary serves on several corporate and nonprofit boards including Applegate, Honest Tea, Peak Organic Brewing, Late July, Quantum Design, Glenisk, the Danone Communities Fund and the Danone Livelihoods Fund. In 2011, President Obama appointed Gary to serve on the Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations.
He is also a Co-Chair of AGree, an agricultural policy initiative formed by the Ford, Gates, Kellogg, Rockefeller, Walton and other leading foundations. Gary has received twelve honorary doctorates and numerous awards for corporate and environmental leadership including a 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award by the US EPA. He is the author of Stirring It Up: How to Make Money and Save the World.
Gary is also husband of Inc. Columnist and Author Meg Hirshberg. He is also on the Boards of Applegate Honest Tea, Late July, Orgain, Peak Organic Brewing, Sweetgreen, UnReal, and Quantum Technologies.
Monday, April 21st, 2014
6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Blue Moon Evolution Restaurant, 8 Clifford Street, Exeter, NH
Registration Fee includes 3 course meal.
Fee: $60 Sorry – this event is sold out!
Thanks to our supporting sponsors:
“I feel a sense of renewal. The spring challenge gave me tools to restore my body and mind. My body has never felt so fit and alive!” Sarah
Spring is a time to renew! Explore just how much your body can love you back when you eat whole, nourishing, genuine foods.
Join our Spring Wellness Challenge community and we’ll give you a plan for 28 days. Be inspired by Kath Gallant, owner of Blue Moon Evolution, and health coach Tracey Miller as they guide you with delicious recipes, menu plans, cooking demonstrations, and more. Meet fellow challengers to share your successes and challenges and support each other at along the way.
When you register, you will receive a cookbook and guide book, Food and Mood Journal, daily health and cooking tips, as well as coupons, exercise classes and discounts on local food! Join online or participate in meetups to meet other participants.
Commit yourself to four weeks of REAL food and you’ll create a lifestyle without dieting or deprivation.
Fuel your body, clear your mind, shed unwanted weight, and eliminate your cravings with real food.
Tracey and Kath will help you:
• Nourish yourself and grow comfortable in the kitchen
• Be more mindful about your choices
• Find balance and create healthy habits to create a healthy lifestyle.
Opening Kick off Monday, May 5th at Blue Moon Evolution in Exeter, NH.
There are two ways to join:
1. Community Plan: This plan includes community “Meet Ups,” including cooking demonstrations, yoga, and exercise events, as well as a kick-off party, invitation to the facebook community and a celebration at the end of the program.
Spring challenges offered in both Exeter or Portsmouth locations. These events are optional, but offer a great way to get support, meet your fellow Challengers, and also have some fun!
a. Exeter: Meet Ups will take place at the Blue Moon Evolution restaurant, 8 Clifford Street.(All events are optional!)
Schedule of Events in Exeter:
May 5th: Opening Kickoff (Includes food demos and tasting. Participants receive cookbook and guide book.)7pm – 9 pm
May 18th: Free Workout at Cross Fit Reclamation in Exeter: 8 am
May 19th: Meet up and cooking demonstration (alkalize and energize). 7 – 9 pm
May 23rd: The Power of Intention Workshop with Julie Rost, Blue Moon Yoga: 5:30 – 7 pm
May 24th: Get up and Go! Workout with Laurie Smith from Zev Yoga
June 2nd: Celebration Party! Blue Moon Evolution, 7 – 8 pm
Blue Moon Yoga is also offering $5 yoga classes throughout the month and you will receive discounts on products at the Farm at Eastman’s Corner and bulk items (10%) at Blue Moon Evolution.
b. Portsmouth: Discover Portsmouth, 10 Middle Street. (In the old library, across from Jumpin’ Jay’s Fish Cafe)
Schedule of Events in Portsmouth: (Sorry, the Portsmouth events have been cancelled…please join us in Exeter!)
Fee: $95 To register, click here.
2. Virtual Plan: The virtual plan is for people who cannot attend the events but want to follow the program and be part of the Facebook community. You receive the e-cookbook as well as the daily tips.
Fee: $60 Purchase a printed copy of the guide/cookbook for an additional $12. To register, click here.
To join us, click here.
Here are some more testimonials from last year’s participants:
“I can’t thank you enough for this challenge!! While I have not been perfect, the foods that I have eaten we’re all on the list (except a couple) and I have more energy than I ever remember!! I have also lost over 10 pounds and with my gym routine, have lost inches as well. I also have had a green juice drink every day for months but have really felt the difference with the right foods in my diet. I will continue with this life style of nourishing my body! Thanks again!”
“Approaching 45, I wanted to stop looking at my relationship with food as a problem and instead it as something to celebrate. The Challenge helped me to recalibrate my eating habits and shift my cravings, and I feel energized and stronger as a result. Making healthy choices about what I eat and how I cook for my family is empowering, and when I know that my food choices are also earth-friendly and support local growers and small businesses, I feel even better. And, who knew kale and quinoa could taste so good in so many different ways? Thank you for giving me this gift.”
“The challenge was a great motivator to explore new ways and great recipes to use fresh foods especially greens. The suggestions and hints kept interest high and kept me from falling back in more convenient ways. I felt good and had more sustained energy most days. Losing weight was not a goal as this was not necessary but I did loose enough to have my clothes fit more comfortably.”
“I never felt deprived or like I was ‘trying’ to lose weight, but was successful in losing 10+ lbs. In the last few days I went on vacation, where I admit to choosing what I thought I wanted to eat. I found myself craving the things that were on menu and shopping list. I also have not had a better night’s sleep (and a month’s worth!) in years–I felt like I did before the onset of menopause.”
“The Spring Challenge was a fun learning experience. I was able to try some new foods that I have not eaten before. The recipes were great…and the shopping list was excellent! What a time saver!! I would definitely do the Challenge again…everyone should. You don’t know the good foods that you are missing. I loved, I laughed, I ate more Whole Foods:)”
“Following the challenge, helps to increase your NATURAL intake of micronutrients which is much better than supplementing. Your body not only feels better but functions better because of the food being in a natural state, your body knows how to use it!”
“I have lost six pounds and feel great!”
” I did want to tell you and Kath how great I thought this program was–seems like I have been looking for just this for years! The daily tips were great, the menus and shopping list, the facebook chat, everything. I’ve shared how great it has been with many friends, and I hope you run it again for their benefit.”
“This is so beautiful! I am amazed at all of the work you and Kathy have put into this program. The booklets, recipes, exercise days are all so very much appreciated. Thank you for making this not only healthy but fun!”
Have you been wondering if you should try a gluten free diet? Join Tracey Miller at Eastman’s Corner Wednesday, May 14th from 5:30pm-7pm as she shares information about gluten intolerance, alternative food choices, and delicious recipes. Come see if the gluten free lifestyle is right for you!
Tracey, the co-founder of the Food and Health Forum, is a Holistic Health and Wellness Coach. Her goal is to help people recognize the amazing role food plays in creating a happy, healthy life through her work as a coach, health and wellness educator, cooking instructor, and freelance journalist.
To register: email email@example.com before May 12th. Space is limited!
Summer is here and the Farm at Eastman’s Corner is throwing a party to celebrate their one year anniversary! The Food and Health Forum will be there serving up some green smoothies! Come join the fun and stop by our booth to say hello! We’ve got some big news brewing!
Other farmers and vendors will be serving up farm fresh food including mouthwatering BBQ. There will also be live music, games and activities for kids, farm tours and mouth watering BBQ!
Saturday, June 14th, 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Free and open to the public. No registration required. For more information, click here.
The Farm at Eastman’s Corner is located at 244 Amesbury Road, Kensington, NH.
The Food and Health Forum is changing! Sign up for our web site to find out about our new program which will be announced in August!
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