Whole Foods Events in Raleigh

LOCALLY MADE CHEESES, with Michele Lacatena
7:00 – 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 22
$5.00, Pre-Register; Must be 21 Years of Age to Attend

This is a great time of year to celebrate the abundance of local foods grown and produced here in North Carolina!  If you love delicious artisan cheese, then this class is for you.  We will learn about and taste current farmstead selections from Chapel Hill Creamery, Goat Lady Dairy, and Celebrity Dairy.  We will also discuss other small cheese producers in our state, and sample some NC wines and beers.

LOCAL WEEKEND – FREE
10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Saturday, September 26
1 p.m. – 5 p.m. , Sunday, September 27

Join Whole Foods Market Raleigh as we celebrate North Carolina with down-home food, music, and art! Over 21 local vendors will be featured, as well as local musicians and artists. Coffee roasters, chocolate makers, hot sauce artisans, brewers, cheese makers and soap makers will all be present with free samples. That’s free food and fun for the whole family! Call 919.828.5805 for more information.

THE GENE SMART DIET – Presentation and Book Signing, with Dr. Ski Chilton, Free, Pre-Register
7:00 – 8:15 p.m., Monday, September 28th

Curious about the connection between our genes, our diet, and our health?  Recent findings suggest that our typical diets and lifestyles are working against our genes rather than with them, resulting in a net effect that has been devastating to our waistlines, not to mention our overall health. Join us for this fascinating presentation by Dr. Ski Chilton, author of The Gene Smart Diet, and learn about his ground breaking new approach to health and fitness.  Dr. Chilton is a pioneer in the study of gene-based nutrition and inflammatory diseases and is the author of two earlier books, Inflammation Nation and Win the War Within.  He is a professor of Physiology and Pharmacology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Director of the NIH-sponsored Wake Forest Center for Botanical Lipids, and Senior Associate Director for Research for the Program for Complementary and Integrative Medicine at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.

Visit www.genesmart.com for more information about Dr. Chilton on the Gene Smart Program

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