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Anti-Candida Class with Chef Alison Charbonneau (Free Class)

TO RESERVE A SEAT IN THIS CLASS YOU MUST REGISTER WITH WHOLE FOODS MARKET BY SENDING AN EMAIL AS PER THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW. RSVP'ing ON THIS MEETUP GROUP DOES NOT REGISTER YOU FOR THIS CLASS.

http://wholefoodsmarket.com/service/cooking-3rd-fairfax

How to Register for Cooking Classes
Registration is required for all classes and events

1. Register in person at the Customer Service booth at Whole Foods Market (6350 Third Street, Los Angeles, CA 90036) or call (323)[masked]

2. Email our Cooking at 3rd & Fairfax Specialist, Sibyl Fenwick, at [masked]


Anti-Candida Class with Chef Alison Charbonneau (3 Part Series)

Wednesday, September 25th 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM


Whole Foods Market, 3rd & Fairfax, Free

Alison Charbonneau is a graduate of The Natural Epicurean, a plant-based culinary school located in Austin, Texas.  She is educated and knowledgeable in both the theories and techniques of Vegan, Vegetarian, Macrobiotics, Ayurveda and Raw cuisine.

Her study of Ayurveda and Yoga started in Bali, Indonesia, where she was trained and certified as an Ashtanga Yoga Instructor and also learned about the philosophy of the Ayurvedic lifestyle and how to integrate it into a yoga practice. She then traveled extensively throughout India deepening her understanding and appreciation for holistic health and plant-based cooking.

Currently, her focus is on helping people resolve a candida albicans (yeast) overgrowth in the body through diet and lifestyle.  She is also working on a cookbook as well as a anti-candida product line. 

Join Alison as she creates mouthwatering dishes that help fight candida issues. Each class will answer the questions:

What is candidaWhat foods should be avoided when on an anti-candida dietWhat foods can we use to replace the old foods

Join us on September 25th for breakfast; October 23rd for main courses: and November 20th for snacks, dips, and desserts.

Alison is highly passionate about creating physical, emotional and spiritual peace and freedom through diet and lifestyle.

Vegetarian Friendly




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  • A former member
    A former member

    So interested in the yeast issue but am I right in guessing this is not a vegan class?

    September 9, 2013

    • Tony

      Sibyl wrote:
      "She’s trained in vegan and plant based. I can’t guarantee at this point that it’ll be 100% vegan."

      September 14, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      Okay thanks Tony.

      September 14, 2013

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