During this class, we will discuss an overview of the ketogenic diet, where and why it originated, and who the correct population for the keto diet is. Including, why this diet is so effective, metabolically and when we should go off of it (because the ketogenic diet is not a lifestyle). The ketogenic diet is a very low carbohydrate, high fat diet that is a modern-day spin-off of the Atkins diet. So, understanding how to identify sources of carbohydrate, including hidden sources is crucial to success.
Keto Parmesan Garlic Fish Bake
Ground Beef Stromboli Rolls
Grainfree Fudge Brownies
Class price includes generous sampling, one glass of beer, wine, or non-alcoholic, and printed recipe copy.
Class Instructor: Kennedy Haney
Kennedy received her undergraduate B.S. in Dietetics/Human Nutrition, minoring in psychology with a focus on the psychology of eating. While at St. Kate’s she brought fresh produce to a food insecure campus, was president of her campus nutrition and exercise science club, started a mindful eating and eating disorder recovery club on campus, all while playing college softball. Kennedy matched to her dietetic internship through Garden to Table Nutrition out of Bothell, Washington and received her M.S. from Concordia University Chicago in Applied Exercise Science with a sports nutrition concentration, working under Tavis Piattoly and the New Orleans Saints. While interning, Kennedy worked beside 2008 Beijing Olympian Rasa Troup and the Minnesota Twins, the Minnesota Gophers football team, and implemented her own sports nutrition program at SCSU. Additionally, Kennedy is an advocate for supporting our local farmers and ensuring young children are consuming an appropriate diet for development. The sooner we teach our children where their food comes from, the more gratefulness they will show for what is on their plate.
CLASS IS LOCATED AT OUR BUFFALO LOCATION.