Potluck TONIGHT Wed 6/6 and How to Transition Your Family to Plant Based 6/13!!


Plant Powered for Health

Potluck and Meeting Wednesday June 6th,
6:00pm-8:00 pm! 

*Why support is so crucial to healthy living

*New WFPB fresh meal delivery option!

*SPECIAL EVENT COMING next week, we are in for a TREAT!

The address is:

GRCC DeVos Campus-Steward Edward White Hall Dining Room

415 Fulton St E
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

We have permission to park for free in the parking lot of the administration building! Need directions? plantpoweredforhealth.com/about

If you aren’t sure what to bring, see the Facebook invitation for ideas or just bring yourself!

Facebook Invitation HERE!
Questions: PlantPoweredforHealth@gmail.com

Can’t wait to see you there!!



The Nutrition Professor is speaking in GRAND RAPIDS!

Wednesday June 13th 6-8pm

Location is being confirmed, likely at GRCC

Facebook invitation HERE

Free admission!
Please consider a donation if you are are able and value the event!

In The Middle: Successfully transitioning your kids and your parents to nutrient dense, plant-based, whole foods! 
Do you feel like you are in a game of tug-of-war with your family when it comes to food choices? Are you being pulled by the kids whining about what is for dinner, while your parents are digging in their heels about eating the way they always have, despite failing health? Timaree and her family will explain how they transitioned, share tips and strategies to turn complainers into cheerleaders, and get personal about how she feeds her family the most nutrient dense food possible, while staying within budget and time constraints.

Bio – Timaree Hagenburger is a mother of two (12 and 15), and a Registered Dietitian, with a Master’s Degree in Public Health. She is a full-time nutrition professor at Cosumnes River College, a professional speaker working in corporate wellness and is a Certified Exercise Physiologist through the American College of Sports Medicine. She has regular segments on California Bountiful TV, writes a monthly column for the Lodi News Sentinel, manages her resource-rich website (www.thenutritionprofessor.com) and is the author of a new cookbook titled The Foodie Bar Way: One Meal, Lots of Options, Everyone’s Happy (www.foodiebars.com).  Timaree cherishes opportunities to connect with those around her to share her knowledge and passion for food, cooking, physical activity and good health. Her style is a marked by a blend of fun and practicality, as she offers strategies and inspiration for finding pleasure in preparing and partaking in nourishing meals, because life is better when you “love the food that loves you back.”
Share with everyone you know!



Meet Up, Eat Up and Support Plant Powered for Health!!

Plant Powered for Health, your local plant based nutrition support group, would love to see you at Pieology for dinner meetup **Thursday June 14th from 4-8pm!!**

Pieology has delicious wood fired pizza with an array of beautiful toppings and salads, so do not miss this chance to enjoy great food and help support Plant Powered for Health from 4- 8 PM. Dine in or take out, vegan, gluten free and oil free options too. Just tell them we sent you!!

Plant Powered for Health is collaborating with Plant Based Nutrition Support Group (PBNSG.org) and all sales will help to fund our group meetings and events! Bring everyone you know!

This is located across the street from Knapp’s Corner at the Knapp’s Crossing complex in front of D&W Grocery store.

Please SHARE this event with ALL your friends!! Thank you for your support and SEE YOU THERE!!


For this and more upcoming, including Dr. Esselstyn, The Healing America tour, our own local VegFest and more, please view our current newsletter and subscribe!


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