Never has our world seen a greater interest in healthful eating. This interest provides Seventh-day Adventists a wonderful opportunity to share with neighbors and community friends how they can improve their health by preparing simple, nutritious meals. You don’t have to be a nutritionist to be a Good Food Demonstrator. The seminar will focus on the practical aspects of becoming a competent and confident demonstrator of good food in the context of home-based neighborhood nutrition classes, including good food menu-planning and guidelines for healthy recipes.
For over 35 years, Fred Hardinge, DrPH, RD, CHES, has been communicating the message: “Your choices can lead you to be healthy and more productive!” to a wide variety of audiences. His background includes pastoring, academic teaching, community health education, corporate training and consultation, administration and private health counseling. He is known nationally and internationally as a creative educator and motivational speaker. He was cofounder of Bibleinfo.com in 1995 and founder of PositiveChoices.com, a new health evangelism web initiative. Currently, he is an associate director of the health ministries department of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
For over 40 years Marcella Lynch, home economist, author and lecturer has taught thousands how to choose and prepare the best foods and dishes in her wonderful step-by-step presentations: on 3ABN television, at campmeetings, Health Summit Nutrition Instructor classes, numerous community cooking schools, and 16 years teaching Foods and Nutrition to academy students.