2017 Vegetarian Cooking School & Lifestyle Class

This class includes cooking demonstrations, food samples, recipes, classes on nutrition and health presented by health professionals and topics about spiritual health from the Bible.

Is this class for me?
A vegetarian diet is proven to lower your risk of almost all of the common diseases that cause premature death in America – including heart disease, cancer, strokes, diabetes and high blood pressure. But maybe you don’t want to go total vegetarian! That’s fine. You can still benefit from some great vegetarian recipes a few days a week even if you don’t become a vegetarian. And we’ll cover other practical things you can do to be more healthy in addition to what you eat.

When: Tuesday nights: 6:30-8:15 – March 28 – May 16, 2017
Where: Fellowship Hall, Yakima Seventh-day Adventist Church –
507 N. 35th Avenue, Yakima
Cost: $30/person – $45/couple
Advance registration required – call (509) 452-1234

 

 

 Positive Choices 2017

You can choose to be healthy.  This nine week seminar will review some of the most common diseases present in the United States – diseases which may be prevented or delayed with the right lifestyle interventions.  We will be covering cancer, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, osteoporosis, depression, the latest on vitamin D, and more.  The emphasis will be on prevention though we will discuss some of the treatment options as well.   The Bible study topics will examine salvation, God’s grace and His law, life after death, the end of the world, the final end of sin and some amazing Bible prophecies.  We believe these topics are of special importance for our time and we think all who attend will find the study of God’s word inspiring!  This seminar begins on January 10, 2017.

When: Tuesday nights:  6:30-8:00; Jan. 10 – March 7, 2017

Where: Fellowship Hall, Yakima Seventh-day Adventist Church – 507 N. 35th Avenue, Yakima

Cost: $15 per person

To register call  (509) 452-1234

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To hear some of the past lectures, please visit: http://a.uccsda.org/Health/cooking

 

 

 

 

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