• Oct. 6: Mass-Produced Food: Quality and Safety Issues (GMOs, pesticides, etc.)
• Oct. 13: Critical Look at Popular Diets: Vegetarian, Raw, Paleo and Traditional
• Oct. 20: Food Addictions, Support for Digestive Health and Food as Medicine
• Oct. 27: Celebrating Honest Food -- Affordable, Healthy, Tasty and Mindful Meals (with local farmers, farmer's markets and the eco-social justice/ community).
During the week leading up to National Food Day on Friday, Oct. 24, the Institute for Holistic Health Studies and the Department of Health Education will present daily educational activities, including lunchtime films, cooking demonstrations and workshops on food preparation and preservation skills.
For more information, visit the Holistic Health Learning Center website or HSS 329.