Introduction to gut health and fermentation
If you've ever wondered what all the buzz is around gut health and probiotic fermented foods, now's your chance to find out. In this friendly, informal workshop, you'll learn how the health of the gut influences overall health and how the simple act of making and consuming probiotic fermented vegetables can greatly boost your beneficial friendly gut bacteria.
A bit about us…
Lucy Kay is a BANT registered Nutritional Therapist, and founder of The Mind & Body Tree. She works closely with clients to help them achieve their health goals through diet and lifestyle changes that work for them. She is a passionate teacher, running workshops on healthy eating, gut health, plant-based nutrition and healthy eating hacks for kids.
Simon Jones is a fermentalist, experienced facilitator and founder of ...pr@xis?.. PROBIOTICS. He is passionate about fermentation, gut health and helping to empower others with the knowledge and skills needed to thrive with confidence. He also organises THRIVE community empowerment events and enjoys writing and performing spoken word.
Simon and Lucy draw on cutting edge research to bring you the most up to date information on how the health of the gut influences overall health and wellbeing. With loads of practical tips and advice to help you optimize your gut health, and most importantly, you will learn the skill of fermenting vegetables for their probiotic health benefits.
This is a really exciting opportunity to learn about and improve your gut health and overall wellbeing. There will be plenty of opportunities for questions and discussion.
Spaces are limited so book to confirm your place!
Dates & Booking
Tuesday 12th February, Vegan Revelation, Belper. £15. Book here.
Wednesday 6th March, Trinity Farm, Awsworth. £15. Book here.
Thursday 4th April, Vedi Cafe, Derby. £15. Book here.
Wednesday 8th May, St John St Gallery & Cafe, Ashbourne. £15. Book here.
Trinity Farm, Awsworth, Thursday 18th October
Vegan Revelation Cafe, Belper, Thursday 25th October
Rask cafe, Derby, Thursday 1st November