If sugar consumption is your particular demon you might be interested to know that a one day workshop will help you kick the habit!
It’s on today, Saturday, July 8th from 11am to 4pm at An Ríocht AC in Castleisland.
Dr. Ailís Brosnan, Your Healthy Living Coach, is so confident that you’ll enjoy the workshop that she has promised, if after the first hour you find it’s not for you, she will give you a full refund.
Cut Back on Sugar
“If you are trying to cut back on your sugar intake then this workshop if for you. You will discover a whole new way of enjoying treats that are sugar-free,” said Dr. Ailís.
“Enjoy a fun, relaxed atmosphere with the opportunity to ask questions and sample delicious treats.
“Some examples of the treats we will be making include: energy balls, raw chocolate cake, granola bars, ice-cream and healthy chocolates!
“All the recipes are based on using healthy, plant-based, whole-foods and will be gluten and dairy free – nuts will be used.
Money Back Guarantee
“There will be lots of tasty recipes to create and taste. All recipes are given to you in booklet form you can take home and use. I hope you will join us for this enjoyable day!
Regular rate is €69 this is the price per person for a one-day workshop.
“Money Back Guarantee – we are so confident that you will enjoy the workshop, that you can try if out for the first hour and if you feel its not for you we will give you a full refund,” said Dr. Ailís – who has done healthy living cookery demonstrations on several television channels in the recent past.
For more information simply click on the link here: http://yourhealthylivingcoach.com/shop/sugar-free-treats-castleisland-cooking-demo-080717
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