Folks and Fables Training Venue, Bingham, Nottinghamshire, England, UK

Sugar
healthy sugar

You may have heard how bad excess sugar can be for us. We are never likley to be avoiding all sugars, so how do we avoid the worst sources of sugar while having the best possible nutrition from carbohydrate-rich and sweet tasting foods?

Find out more about this event at: Poster for Folks and Fables on Monday 3rd July 2017 , Aim/Objectives/Outline, Mind Map

Fat
omega6 fats

Learn about healthy and less healthy fats, ways of preparing fatty foods, the benefits of eating good quantities of good fats and a whole lot more in Bingham or at a venue of your choice.

Find out more about this event at: Poster for Folks and Fables on Monday 17th July 2017, Aim/Objectives/Outline, Mind Map

At Folks and Fables Cafe, Bingham
long-French-beans

Next nutrition session from Roger in Bingham will be at Folks and Fables on Monday 4th September 2017 10am

Fibre
radish

Learn about the importance of dietary fibre an dhow a range of fibre types can promote both health and energyand a whole lot more in Bingham or at a venue of your choice.

Find out more about this event at: Poster for Folks and Fables on August 2017, Aim/Objectives/Outline, Mind Map

Growing your own vegetables for fun
herbs

Growing plants is one of the few things proved to improve mood for everyone everywhere.

Do you remember the first time you planted a seed and saw it grow?

Growing our own vegetables to improve our environment

Having a herb garden (maybe in a window box) is good for bees.

What is this herb that is especially attractive to bees?

Colourful foods can be especially good for us
Food-mood workshop

We often hear about tomatoes containing lycopene.

But what is lycopene and how what are its health benefits?

 

 

Some dates for Food and Mood courses in Leicester in 2017 (9.30am to 4.30pm)

• To be confirmed

• To be confirmed

 

Appropriate to: Anyone working or volunteering in a Health and Social Care role, people who are affected by mood disorder and those in caring roles.

 

This training contributes to underpinning knowledge for Qualification Credit Framework QCF, Continuing Professional Development CPD and Knowledge and Skills Framework KSF (Health)

For other courses/other locations: Contact Roger through Rethinking Health (UK) Ltd


This course can be varied according to your requirements... let me know at time of booking if emphasis is required on any of these sections: emotional support, diagnosis, medication, recovery, therapy, planning or any other aspects of mood disorders.

 

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