Nutrition Tips for Your Inner Health Nut
Do you like your food fast or slow or grab and go? March is National Nutrition Month and several Easton tenants are here to support you on your health and wellness journey. From cooking classes to healthy restaurant options, here are some ways to make nutritionally smart decisions during your next visit to Easton.
Zest Juice Company
What you put in your body has a big impact on the way you feel. Every day, our bodies are exposed to different toxins through external factors, such as pollution and the consumption of processed foods. That may call for a detox, or a juice cleanse offered at Zest Juice Company. A juice cleanse boosts our body’s intake of nutrients and enzymes, ultimately increasing our energy and strengthening our immune system in the process. If you’re simply looking for a fresh start, a juice cleanse may be essential to give you the energy to continue living a healthy life.
Cooking Classes at Easton
Taking the next step in your health journey may start by learning how to cook from the professionals themselves. Whether you’re looking to learn the basics or craft complex dishes, cooking classes at Easton offer something for everyone.
Sur La Table
Prep, prepare and eat is the mantra at Sur La Table! Known for their high-quality cookware, Sur La Table offers hands-on cooking classes every day of the week. Classes are two hours long and each focus on crafting a special dish. Inspired by seasons, or simply just because, Sur La Table cooking classes are open to all age groups, and even offers featured camps and classes specifically for kids. All classes use fresh ingredients and are taught by highly trained professionals. To sign up for a cooking class with Sur La Table, visit their schedule on their website.
The door is open, come on in! Cooking classes offered at Williams-Sonoma are an intimate style gathering, with an open dialogue for those of all skill levels. Classes are holiday inspired or skill-based, with offerings for adults and kids alike. As an added bonus, some classes have a built-in take home gift, like a tool or a cookbook. If you’re looking for something a little more private, Williams-Sonoma also offers exclusive classes for parties or gatherings. If you bring the topic, they’ll host the class! To learn more about cooking classes at Williams-Sonoma, call 624-475-2957 or visit their website.
Gathering Fresh Ingredients
While Easton has plenty of dining options, leading a healthier lifestyle starts by cooking with fresh ingredients. After your cooking classes, you’ll be feeling like a pro—which means you might as well put that energy to good use! Both Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s are located right here at Easton, and offer all the fresh ingredients you’ll need to make a dish that aligns with your goals.
Healthy Restaurant Options
Restaurants don’t have to be your enemy when it comes to eating healthier. In fact, many Easton restaurants feature low-fat, low-carb, vegan and vegetarian dishes that can accommodate your dietary needs. No matter what you’re craving, Easton has the thing just for you! Some restaurants with healthy menu options include: Bibibop, Brio Tuscan Grille, Kona Grill and Northstar Café.
Nutritional goals start with making smart choices that will ultimately impact your overall health. Choosing healthy restaurants and cooking healthy at home are just a few ways to take the right steps. No matter what your goals, we are here to support you at Easton.
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