The Macrobiotic Way: How to Include more Sea Vegetables in Your Diet
Room B, 21F Yiuga Factory Building, No.62 Victoria Road, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong Island
Rich in minerals, trace elements, vitamins and fiber, sea vegetables build bones and muscles, nourish the skin and revitalize the body. Sea vegetables are also helpful in treating high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis, rheumatism, allergies, arthritis, and nervous disorders. Because they contain vitamin B12 and iron, sea vegetables are good blood builders. Sea vegetables have a variety of uses in macrobiotic cuisine. From neutral tasting agar-agar, often used in desserts to create that unique jello effect, to umame-rich, sweet and clean tasting hijiki. Sea vegetables not only compliment other dishes but can stand well on their own.
In this class, Serg, a macrobiotic nutrition and lifestyle counsellor out of Los Angeles, with a history of celebrity clients like Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow and Alicia Silverstone, will talk about what makes macrobiotics such a powerful tool in fighting disease and maintaining radiant health, the natural way.
The class will cover:
3 Recipes with different types of seaweeds.
- Arame with Onion, Carrot & Lotus Root
- Hijiki with Raisins and Onions
- Seaweed Salad
WHAT WILL YOU TAKE HOME
Immunity Boosting Meal Recipes
Immunity Boosting Home Remedies
WHAT TO BRING?
We will confirm your seat(s) once all fees are received.
Length of class: 2.5h
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Srdjan “Serg” Dobic
Srdjan “Serg” Dobic is a macrobiotic nutrition and lifestyle counselor out of Los Angeles, with a history of celebrity clients like Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow and Alicia Silverstone. Implementing the principals of macrobiotic philosophy, diet and lifestyle, Serg specializes in working with clients to enhance vitality and improve specific health conditions such as stress, anxiety, chronic fatigue, digestion and respiratory issues.
For a 15 minute complimentary consultation and to schedule a full consultation with Serg, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or Call / WhatsApp: +852 6112 4183