Class teaches the benefits of clean, simple eating

Tue, Apr 4, 2017

The food people eat can affect their daily function. That’s why Dr. Lynn Wagner of Integrative Lifestyle Medicine BayCare Clinic is offering a cooking class designed to help participants eat healthier.


Wagner, an integrative lifestyle medicine physician, will share the benefits of clean and simple eating during a 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 20, cooking class at Starry Realty in De Pere. She will prepare sample foods and share tips and recipes designed to help attendees change their eating habits.


Healing one’s relationship with food results in several immediate benefits, Wagner says. They include:

  • A noticeable difference in body shape
  • Clearer skin and improved complexion
  • Increased energy
  • Improved sleep
  • Better concentration, focus and mood

 The cost to attend the cooking class is $35 per person. Complimentary wine will be included. Registration is required and space is limited.


All attendees will receive discounted entry to Dr. Wagner’s Food for Fuel online course and a chance to win a Food for Fuel welcome basket.


Click here to reserve a seat.


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