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News & Events for Health Empowerment // June 16, 2021
Guys, this one is all about you! In celebration of Men’s Health Month, you’re invited to join us live on Facebook or YouTube for our conversation with medical, nutrition, and fitness experts about the chronic diseases most common among men -- and uncover why plants, not protein, are optimal for men's health and longevity.
Get the scoop from:
- David Dunaief, MD: Chronic disease and prostate cancer
- Jeremy Gray, state legislator and former pro-football player: Nutrition advocacy
- David Goldman, Science Advisor to The Game Changers documentary: Protein science and myths
- Jason Fonger, tri-athlete: Food as a competitive edge
- Daniel Shuman: Achieving a healthy weight with a plant-based lifestyle
You’ll also hear messages from leaders in the food-as-medicine movement, including Michael Klaper, MD, and Joel Fuhrman, MD, as well as Olympic silver medalist Dotsie Bausch’s insights on the downsides of dairy. Stick around for our post-game Q&A session with some of our experts. Special thanks to PPMNY’s plant-strong organizers Jim Spellos, Mitchell Castell, and Bryant Meythaler.
Take Charge of Your Health: Protein, Prostate, and Performance
Monday, June 21, 6:00 - 7:30 PM - Livestream on Facebook & YouTube
FREE - register here for an event reminder
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Scents to Senses: How to Eat Mindfully (series continues)
TONIGHT! Wednesdays through June 30, 7:00 - 7:45 PM - Online
FREE - register here
Three mindful eating sessions remain! Take time to slow down, tune into your senses, and learn to eat with awareness. In this series, you’ll learn simple mindfulness practices and how these techniques can help break unhealthy eating habits.
Crave This? Try That!
TOMORROW! Thursday, June 17, 12:30 - 1:00 PM - Online
FREE - register here for a reminder
Join PPMNY Culinary Educator Brandy Cochrane through a livestream on our Facebook Page (anyone can watch!) to talk about whole plant food alternatives for staple dishes of the standard American diet. Whether it’s scrambled eggs or a hearty burger, there are ways to transform traditional meals into healthy plant-based dishes. Bring your curiosity and a wishlist of favorites you’d like to make plant-based!
Farmers' Market Tour: Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket
Saturday, June 19, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM, In-Person, Prospect Park, Brooklyn
FREE - register here
Expand beyond your go-to fruits and vegetables, talk with local farmers, and learn tips on how to store and enjoy your fresh produce as you tour the greenmarket with PPMNY Brooklyn Organizer Danielle Medina. Space is limited to 8 participants. Please note: all tours will be conducted in compliance with state and local COVID-19 guidelines.
An Urban Garden Experience: Nutrition from the Backyard
Friday, June 25, 7:00 - 8:30 PM - In-Person, Astoria, Queens
FREE - register here
Plant yourself in an urban garden for the evening and learn to connect the dots between growing fresh food and reaping the health benefits of a plant-based lifestyle. Hosted at PPMNY Queens Organizer Enrica Sacca’s urban garden in Astoria, Queens, you’ll hear from PPMNY's Nutrition Educator, Gail Mayer, MS, RD, CDN and enjoy a taste of the garden.
Live from Bangkok! A Thai-Chinese Cooking Demo
Friday, June 25, 8:30 - 9:30 PM - Online
FREE - register here
Bring Thai-Chinese cuisine into your plant-based kitchen as Chef Tida Wei makes nam tok hed (Thai spicy grilled mushroom salad) and mala mapo tofu (Chinese tofu dish). Come infuse your tastebuds with mouthwatering flavors and aromas from her Bangkok kitchen!
Save the Date!
Sábado 26 de junio, 3:00 - 4:00 PM - En línea
Nutrición y Deporte
Monday, June 28, 6:30 - 7:30 PM - Online
Nutrition Support Circle
Tuesday, June 29, 7:00 - 8:30 PM - Online
Food as Medicine Virtual Roundtable: Nutrition & Acid Reflux
Offered exclusively for healthcare professionals, administrators, and faculty.
Suggested minimum donation: $25
Tuesday, June 29, 8:00 - 9:00 PM - Online
Plant Powered Book Club: Hooked
Thursday, July 8, 7:00 - 8:00 PM - Online
Eating for Skin Health and Anti-Aging
Sunday, July 11, 5:00 - 6:15 PM - Online
Cooking with Chef Carole
Friday, July 16, 2:00 - 6:30 PM - In-Person
PPMNY Tour of Ethos Farm, Long Valley, NJ: Registration will open next week!
with Ron Weiss, MD, Saray Stancic, MD, and master farmer Nora Pugliese
Last week Hooman Yaghoobzadeh, MD, FACC revealed the latest nutrition science and the impact of diet on a wide range of health concerns, from heart disease to cognitive decline. Watch the replay here.
|PPMNY community members took in the sights and smells of summer produce at the Upper West Side Greenmarket on Sunday. Thanks to PPMNY Nutrition Educator Kristin Kabay, RD, for leading the way. Register here for Saturday’s Farmers’ Market Tour in Brooklyn.
2021 Annual NHA Conference: The Health Science of Plant-Based Living
Presented by the National Health Association
Friday, June 25 - Sunday, June 27, 2:00 - 5:00 PM EDT
$97 - register here
Please note this is an affiliate link, and PPMNY will receive a portion of the registration fee.
Eat, exercise, engage, and learn virtually! Register to hear from respected experts in plant-based nutrition, including Joel Fuhrman, MD, Alan Goldhamer, DC, and Michael Klaper, MD, as they share research about food, addiction, exercise, and aging. This interactive event includes morning yoga and tai chi, cooking demos, special virtual networking opportunities with fellow attendees, and live Q&A sessions with the experts.
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