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by Guest Author June 20, 2014 3 min read

Traditional wisdom. Nutritional science. Common sense.

Nutritionist, whole foods chef and founder of Stirring Change, Georgia
Lienemann, brings us this unique educational program about food and 
nutrition. ‘What to Eat’ ties together the best information from all the different 
dietary theories whilst presenting it in a simplified, actionable format. 

2014 will see the last face-to-face installment of ‘What to Eat’. The successful 
program launched last year in Sydney to over a hundred students and will be 
offered online from 2015. 

All participants will have lifetime access to the online program and any new 
material it offers. 

What participants can expect:

  • Symptom relief: Imagine if you knew the secret to calm digestion, 
    robust gut health and immunity, clear skin and balanced moods. What 
    if there were answers for weight gain, fatigue and achy joints hidden 
    in forgotten foods that were revered by every traditional culture on 
    earth? Rediscover these secrets and feel empowered about your food 

  • Crystal clarity: Cut through the noise of nutrition and end the confusion 
    around which dietary philosophies have real merit and which ones 
    don’t hold up. 

  • Freedom: from all those niggling concerns about ‘controversial’ foods 
    such as fructose, saturated fat, raw cacao, soy and more. The program 
    will teach you how to sort fact from fiction.

Sessions: Crows Nest Centre, Sydney 7-9pm
Dates: July 15th, 29th | Aug 12th, 26th | Sept 16th | Oct 2nd
Tickets: $790 incl. GST or 3 easy payments of $270 incl. GST
Registrations: June 16 – July 10
Spaces strictly limited!

  • 3 month program - fortnightly theory sessions 
  • Detailed notes in a hard-cover binder
  • 30 minute Q&A with Georgia following each session 
  • Beautiful 50-page recipe e-book
  • How-to instructional videos from Georgia’s kitchen
  • In-class tastings and samples from the recipe e-book 
  • Action plans to implement on a week-by-week basis
  • Resources, summary sheets and shopping lists
  • Group activities and inspiring stories
  • Access to a thriving Facebook community, with resident mentors: the 
    previous grads!

PLUS an exclusive graduation event with special guests at Sydney’s largest organicestablishment, Agape Restaurant. 

A recent survey revealed what the previous graduates loved most: 

The format. People loved that it was run fortnightly so that they had time 
to ‘digest’ the information and implement the weekly action plans in between.

Tastings. This was a program highlight for many. Participants were able to 
taste a whole range of delicious samples from the recipe e-book. It left people 
inspired to go home and try making something new.

The audio recordings. So many in the group commented that the recordings 
were a huge bonus, enabling them to enjoy each session and work through 
the notes – even if they couldn’t be there in person.

The resources. There were rave reviews from participants about the resources 
and recipes that landed in their inboxes after each session, from the 50-page 
recipe e-book (exclusively for ‘What to Eat-ers’), to relevant research articles 
and clickable links to informative blogs and websites.

The like-minded Facebook community. This was unanimously one of the 
favourite aspects of the program. The participants were invited to be part 
of a like-minded and collaborative community, which has developed into a 
resourceful hub, featuring real food recipes, shared experiences and fantastic, 
relevant articles. 

What’s covered in the program?
  • In-depth, lively discussion of WHAT we should be eating and WHY
  • Rediscovering important nutrients that have been ignored by health 
  • Discussion of the respective pros and cons of all the different dietary 
  • Analysis of the best dietary fats, proteins, carbohydrates, fibre and 
    individual nutrients
  • Detailed explanation of ‘anti-nutrients’ and how to reduce them
  • Discussion about the role of human gut flora / how fermented foods 
    can play a role
  • How our mental and emotional state affect our biochemistry (especially 
    digestion and immunity)
  • Exploring nose-to-tail eating and traditional methods of food 
  • Also: Organics vs conventional, food labelling laws and where to 
    source ingredients
  • Our power as conscious consumers: how to vote for a better system by 
    supporting the real food movement

Visit https://www.stirringchange.com/what-to-eat-program for more information

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