Women’s Exchange Group: Why go gluten-free and organic?

Kim Kubsch, a certified Holistic Nutrition Educator and Aging in Place Specialist, will be speaking at the April Women’s Exchange meeting about healthy ways to take care of your body. The Women’s Exchange Group meets the fourth Thursday of each month for “girlfriend time,” fun, fellowship and to raise funds benefiting homeless women. Join in the fun!

Kim Kubsch, a certified Holistic Nutrition Educator and Aging in Place Specialist, will be speaking at the April Women’s Exchange meeting about healthy ways to take care of your body. The Women’s Exchange Group meets the fourth Thursday of each month for “girlfriend time,” fun, fellowship and to raise funds benefiting homeless women. Join in the fun!

Kim Kubsch will share how living gluten-free and organic can be beneficial to your health. She will discuss how to live a gluten-free and organic lifestyle on a budget, to include shopping, cooking and eating. Whether you are on a time or money budget, Kim has shopping tips, how to organize your pantry, refrigerator and freezer, plus eating tips at restaurants and while traveling.

Learn the benefits of eating organic foods vs. conventional foods. Which grocery/food outlets offer the best quality, pricing and selection of organic and gluten-free foods in the Phoenix area? Which fruits and vegetables a/k/a the dirty dozen, should be bought with the organic label? Which foods are the lowest in pesticides, a/k/a the clean 15? And which other foods should be reduced and/or purchased with the organic label?

Whether it is gluten-free or organic foods, the outcome is that clean food equals clean bodies and clean bodies present natural beauty!

Kim Kubsch is a certified Holistic Nutrition Educator and Aging in Place Specialist. A Sun Lakes resident, Kim has been teaching easy and gentle Tai Chi – Qigong exercise classes throughout Sun Lakes and beyond for the past five years. Her passion is aging gracefully and living life in balance. For more information visit www.SafeMovements.com.

When: Thursday, April 28; 6:30 p.m. greet and eat – snack bar; 7:00 p.m. W.E. meeting

Where: Cottonwood Country Club, Room A-8, 25630 S. Brentwood Dr., Sun Lakes 85248

Cost: $10 per person or $5 with a snack/appetizer/dessert to share. (Food must be store bought snack in original package). Funds go to help homeless women.

Reservations required by April 15 please. Space is limited to 35.

Facilitator Sherrian Beagle 480-895-1538; email [email protected]