Just ADDED! An Exciting New Course: Super Body Care with Aromatherapist Cheri Heberling from 3 to 3:30PM
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This is a FREE Event. Please RSVP and state which session(s) you will be attending. Vendors will be throughout the store offering samples of the latest most delicious and nutritious gluten-free foods.
— Gluten’s Effect on Thyroid Function and other Auto-Immune Conditions, with Dr. David Lepp & Coach Kim Rice
— Introducing “The Warm Kitchen” Gluten-Free Cookbook and Cooking Demo and discussion, with Author Amy Fothergill
— “Round Table” Lunchbox Discussion for Kids and Adults:
Gluten-Free, Simple Carbohydrate or Paleo Diets, with Marlese Carroll, N.C., Jeannie M. Lopez, Ph.D. and Mary Claire Draeger DeSoto
— Super Body Care - with Certified Aromatherapist, Cheri Heberling: Knowledge of aromatherapy will be taught. Her all natural product line will be introduced.
9:30 AM - Gluten’s Effect on Thyroid Function and other Auto-Immune Conditions
Join us as Coach Kim Rice and Dr. David Lepp (Bay Area Auto-Immune and Thyroid Center) discuss how gluten and other foods can affect the thyroid and other auto-immune disorders in the body such as: MS, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, Heart Disease, Diabetes and Alzheimer’s Disease, and its impact on digestive function and the nervous system. Learn why gluten can affect those WITH or WITHOUT autoimmune disorders. Dr. Lepp will explain how to get properly tested to find out which systems in your body are most at risk.
11:30 AM - Introducing "The Warm Kitchen," over 150 gluten-free recipes anyone can make and everyone will love
Join Amy Fothergill as she discusses her new gluten-free cookbook, “The Warm Kitchen.” Sample a dish or two from the book, and learn tips for living and cooking gluten and dairy-free. The pages of the "Warm Kitchen" radiate with family friendly dishes to prepare, beautiful photos, and chef tips to further promote your culinary success. If living gluten-free makes you feel like you are missing out on some of your favorite foods, then this book is for you.
1:30 PM - “Round Table” Lunchbox Discussion for GF (Gluten-Free), SCD (Simple Carbohydrate Diet), and PD (Paleo Diet) for Kids and Adults, with Marlese Carroll, N.C., Jeannie M. Lopez, Ph.D. and Mary Claire Draeger DeSoto
Join the discussion, we want to learn from eachother! Marlese will show us how to make Paleo Turkey or Chicken Crispies, Coconut Date and Nut Balls and Grain-Free Chocolate Delights, made with stevia. Please bring your “dinner for breakfast” ideas.
3PM - Super Body Care - with Certified Aromatherapist, Cheri Heberling: Knowledge of aromatherapy will be taught. Her all natural product line will be introduced.
"Super Body Care" is a natural skin care line, that uses Peppermint, Tea Tree, Rosemary, Lavender and Bergamot throughout to consistently create the healthiest skin ever. Certified Aromatherapist Cheri, is a stickler for sourcing high quality essential oils and imports her oils from the best places they grow on Earth. For example, Lavender is sourced from France, Bergamot is sourced from Italy, Tea Tree is sourced from Australia, Rosemary is sourced from Hungary, and Peppermint grows well in the backyards of Washington State. Earth-Friendly Body Wipes are biodegradable, as is their 3 in1 Shower Gel.
EO definition - oil soluble components made up of volatile compounds
Steam distillation (most common)
Oil soluble vs water soluble (EO vs hydrosol)
Volatile compound, it evaporates
How much plant matter does it take to make essential oil
Essential Oils you can put "neat" or undiluted on the skin
Testing for reactions - inside of forearm - quick class exercise
Test on inside of arm using lavender and tea tree. Each person will observe and measure their specific reaction.
Special Safety tips:
What to do if you get in the eye
Draeger’s Gluten-Free Club is run by Draeger’s Markets. It is only intended to provide general information, without independent verification on the part of Draeger’s of the accuracy of the information provided to it, and the information is specifically not intended to be a substitute for medical diagnosis or treatment by your physician or other health care professional. You should always consult your own physician or other health care professionals about any medical questions, diagnosis, or treatment.