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EAT CLEAN, TRAIN DIRTY LEARNING PROGRAMS
#eatcleantraindirty teaches you how to cook healthy, nutritional food, plain and simple.
We hold our cooking seminars on site OR at your chosen location.
Contact us today for class information.
Chef Instructed Cooking Class
- 2 Hour Hands On Cooking Demo
- Healthy Proteins and Low Glycemic Vegetables
- Various Cooking Methods and Techniques
- Secrets of Seasonings and Herbs
- Appetizer Meet and Greet Reception
Smart Shopping Class
- 2 Hour Shopping Class
- Shopping Prep List Outline
- Chef’s Point of View of “Acceptable Raw Ingredients”
- Tips on How to Decipher Ingredient Labels
- Product Identification and Suggested Uses
- 30 minute Private Consult With Our Nutritionist
- Personalized Assessment and Goals
- Muscle Mass, Body Fat testing with Medical Grade Bio Impedance
- Establish Basal Metabolic Rate, Calorie Intake
- EVERYTHING ABOVE
- 6 week nutrition & lifestyle program
- Muscle Mass, Body fat assessment
- 30 minute private session to evaluate your personal goals
- Menus that list recommended portions and specific food intake
- 2 hour Grocery store shopping class
- FB Support Group
- Food Log Assessment and Personalized Coaching
- 2 hour Hands on cooking class
- 10% Discount on all Cinderella Paleo Meals
What exactly IS a Paleo Diet?
Paleo meals? 90% of eating Paleo is simply eliminating anything that comes out of a box, can or fast food joint. It’s a call back to your edible roots. A way to keep your food and digestion simple while gaining what you need from your diet in lieu of a pill. You readily absorb vitamins and nutrients from your food much easier than you can from a pill. Your body is designed to do this. A Paleo diet is comprised primarily of meats, vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds and healthy fats. There is not one, steadfast Paleo rule book. It’s a philosophy that began in mid-1970s by gastroenterologist Walter L. Voegtlin and has evolved to encompass many different shades of Paleo. Meats, vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds and healthy fats are the staples and guideposts of a successful Paleo diet. All shades of Paleo agree that grains are to be completely avoided. There’s a plethora of studies that agree processed grains are flat out bad for the human body. Does this mean you should cut all grains out of your family’s diet, not necessarily. If they are having any health issue (asthma, ADD, ADHD, obesity, etc..) that you suspect a normal western diet might be contributing to, then yes; Paleo is a course of action that will likely help. Each scenario and body is unique and must be respected as such. We find almost everyone who transitions to a Paleo diet feels healthier, has more energy and even more mental focus. Keep in mind there are different percentages of a Paleo diet. Some people do best on 100% Paleo while others do better on an 80/20 or 70/30 ratio. No matter what your Paleo percentage, it’s important to eliminate processed from your diet.