SC Cornell Cooperative Extension Offering Gluten Free Living Workshop March 15th

Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension is offering a Gluten-Free Living Workshop on Wednesday, March 15th from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM at the Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension office.
Living with gluten intolerances can be challenging. Let’s face it, the whole world revolves around eating gluten.
Please join Sue Petersen, Clinical Nutritionist and CCE Nutrition Educator, as she teaches you how to navigate the gluten-free lifestyle using a hands-on approach to all things gluten-free, including how to make your own gluten-free pizza and muffins that don’t taste like cardboard.

You will walk away from this workshop knowing:
• What it means to be gluten-free and how to create an abundant lifestyle
• Signs and symptoms of gluten intolerance
• What foods will harm you but more importantly what foods will heal you
• How to navigate a supermarket and eat out at a restaurant
• How to set up your home to be gluten-free, with a gluten-free pantry must have list
• How to make a gluten-free pizza and muffins

People who should attend include; People that have Celiac, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), or Crohn’s disease. Someone that has a gluten sensitivity, any one that may suspect they have a gluten intolerance, or anyone that takes care of someone with a gluten-intolerance should attend.
Registration is required. The registration fee is $25. To register please call Seneca CCE at 315-539-9251 or email seneca@cornell.edu. You can also register online by visiting https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/glutenfree2017_245.
For nearly 100 years, Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension has served the people of the County, putting to practical use the scholarship and research of Cornell University and the national land grant system in the areas of agriculture and food systems sustainability; families, nutrition, health and safety (human ecology); youth development (4-H); environmental and natural resource enhancement; and community and economic vitality. The office is located at 308 Main Street Shop Centre in Waterloo. For more information on this and other programs, please call the office at 315-539-9251 or e-mail seneca@cornell.edu.
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