Free Plant-Based Cooking Class: Cancer-Fighting Foods

On Wednesday, July 31, 2024, join Deb Czech for a free, hands-on cooking class featuring plant-based dishes that can help fight cancer, hosted by the Glenville Branch of the Schenectady (NY) Public Library. Medical research and studies indicate that eating low-fat, plant-based meals can be very effective in boosting the body’s immune system and fighting some forms of cancer.

In this class you will:

  • Watch a short video with medical experts discussing plant-based nutrition and its impact on cancer
  • Discover how to get started easily with foods you already know
  • Participate in a hands-on cooking demonstration to build knowledge and skills
  • Sample three low-fat, plant-based recipes you can enjoy at home
  • Receive useful resources related to plant-based eating and its benefits of lowering cancer risk and decreasing the chances of recurrence

The food we eat has a significant impact on our health, other living creatures, and our planet. Plant-based meals benefit your overall health because they contain no dietary cholesterol, very little saturated fat, and abundant fiber. (And, yes, you can get plenty of protein, too!) This way of eating has been proven to prevent, manage, and in some cases reverse chronic diseases such as heart disease, hypertension, some forms of cancer, type 2 diabetes, some autoimmune diseases, obesity, and other medical conditions.

REGISTER HERE beginning July 17 via the Schenectady Public Library’s website (choose the Glenville Branch) for this free cooking class on July 31, 2024, from 5:00 to 6:30 pm Eastern Daylight Time.