Picnic Foods and Barbeque for Gluten Free and Living Foods Diets

Enjoy Your Favorite Summer Celebration Foods Without Expanding Your Waistline and
Draining Your Energy

Learn to Create Mouth Watering, Nutritious, Easy to Make Picnic and Barbeque Foods Using Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Sugar-Free, Trans-Fat Free Raw and
Living Ingredients

Recorded live in Austin, Texas and Broadcast Over the Internet via Webcast

Taught by Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo and Chefs Karen Osborne and Pamela Weems

The Dangers That Lurk in Our Usual Picnic Fare

The featured foods at most summer barbeque celebrations are hot dogs, burgers, potato salad and cole slaw.

But given the research linking processed meat and stomach cancer, refined grains (the buns), and mayonnaise to immune system disease, you would be wise to consider alternatives this year.

Whether you're the host or the guest, it's easy to whip up healthy picnic foods that everyone will enjoy, all while achieving the lean, strong, clear headed body you desire.

Our picnic foods look and taste so much like the "real thing", you'll shock your guests and delight your health conscious crowd if you tell them the ingredients. Made with gluten free, dairy free, sugar free whole fresh living plant ingredients, these light and delicious picnic foods will be the hit of the party.

Besides, have you ever read the ingredient list of a hot dog or learned about the hidden ingredients that are not required to be listed on the label? (Hint...rumor has it that a certain amount rodent hair and insect excrement is allowed without being listed!)

Here's what's in Oscar Meyer, a popular brand:

"Mechanically separated chicken, pork, water, corn syrup, modified food starch, contains 2% or less of salt, flavoring, potassium lactate, sodium lactate, sodium phosphates, dextrose, sodium diacetate, beef, hydrolyzed soy protein, sodiuerthorbate, sugar, sodium nitrite, sorbitol, extract of paprika".

Contrast that to our "hot dog" ingredients:

"Raw organic nuts, paprika, onion powder, garlic powder, psyllium, Irish moss (a sea vegetable loaded with minerals), salt".

In the book "Grocery Warning" , Mike Adams reports that "Feeding children hot dogs increases their risk of brain cancer by 300%" and many other startling facts about hot dogs.

Enjoy Your Picnic Foods, Knowing You're Nourishing and Protecting Your Body with Abundant Antioxidants!

There's no need to ruin the fun of the party by leaving feeling bloated and guilty—you can learn to enjoy delicious picnic foods and leave the party feeling energetic and light.

We'll teach you how to make whole, gluten-free, dairy-free raw and living foods versions of classic summer picnic food that wow your friends and leave even your guests satisfied and well nourished. The good news is you can make these foods quickly, no heat required.

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Here's a Sampling of the Picnic Foods you'll Learn to Make.

Remember, all recipes are made with gluten free, dairy free whole fresh foods – no sugar, no processed oils, no grains, and no cooking!

You'll be amazed what you can make using fresh living foods!

Includes 2 1/2 hours of recipe demonstrations + all the recipes in a PDF eBook!

Picnic Foods and Barbeque

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Your Instructors:

Dr. Ritamarie LoscalzoDr. Ritamarie has been sharing her passion for raw and living foods for more than 25 years, lovingly catalyzing others to create joy, success and abundance in their lives. As a Doctor of Chiropractic with Certifications in Acupuncture, Nutrition, Herbal Medicine and HeartMath® , she's also a certified living foods chef, instructor and coach, and has trained and certified hundreds of others in the art of living foods. As a licensed health care provider, Dr. Ritamarie has seen the magical transformations that occur when her patients and students apply the ancient healing wisdom of whole fresh foods and supportive lifestyle practices with a touch of modern scientific research. She offers online courses and long distance coaching and counseling as well as in-person classes and hands-on healing.

karen osbourneKaren Osborne, a lifetime active pianist, has been preparing gourmet raw food since being introduced to it in 2001. Karen's body became her new, finely tuned instrument after experiencing the energy and great health that followed the elimination of gluten, dairy and refined sugar from her diet and adding lots of greens. Karen's passionate performances now are focused on creating raw food experiences as treats of harmonic sensations, developing flavors like a symphony. From delicate to dynamic, her food is music to the palate. Specializing in tantalizing raw versions of favorites like Tiramisu, she loves to help people with the food part of their transition to a healthy lifestyle that also includes exercise, sun and sleep. Karen is a graduate of Living Light Culinary Arts Institute and sells her creations in the Austin, TX area where she gives private instruction in Raw Food preparation, demonstrates Raw Food Joy regularly for a market in South Austin, manages Dr. Ritamarie's Co-op and teaches classes.www.karenorawchef.com

Pamela WeemsA special education teacher for many years, Pamela Weems became interested in regaining her health through whole and living foods after she developed thyroid abnormalities and after a close friend of hers developed cancer. Pamela has taken food preparation classes with Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo and through her has obtained certification as Chef and as Instructor in Alissa Cohen's Living on Live Foods courses. She enjoys making salad dressings, desserts and snacks for family and friends.


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