Friday, January 18th
photocred: Chris McLaughlin

photocred: Chris McLaughlin

Date: Jan 24 from 11-2pm

Location: Canadian School of Natural Nutrition, Kitsilano, Vancouver (MAP)

Cost: $75/class general

$65/class for 3 class package deal

$50/class for 8 class package deal

(Learn more about pricing, FAQ here)

These recipes are free of gluten and dairy (contains organic, grass-fed meat)

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Does your gut need some love and attention? Some signs that point to YES are if you can relate to these complaints/imbalances:

  • Fatigue/low energy
  • Bloating/discomfort/low energy following meals
  • Allergies, intolerances (food and environmental)
  • Candida
  • Leaky Gut
  • Low immunity

With so many conflicting fad diets, health advice and ‘miracle cures’ out there- no wonder that it can be completely overwhelming to know how to eat and what to cook if you suffer from these all-too-common health issues! What all of these complaints can often be traced back to is not only the food you eat, but also the health of the digestive system as a whole.

This class is an introduction to nourishing the health of your digestive system through food. This is not a ‘diet’ or a ‘cure-all’, but rather how to tweak everyday eating habits, which foods to avoid, adding ‘digestive boosters’ to your meals, which foods give your digestive system strength.

By eating simple and clean food, cutting out trigger foods and food combinations and nourishing the ecosystem of our gut, we can radically improve the state of balance in the digestive system, resulting in better overall health, immunity, energy and mood.

In this class you can expect to learn these skills and recipes:

  • Making bone broth
  • Nourishing soup and stew
  • Lively ‘make-ahead’ probiotic salad and more tips on how to incorporate probiotic foods into your everyday

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4 Responses

  • Kirsty March 7th, 2015

    Hi, I am curious if the soups and stews you make in this class are vegetarian or could be made that way? I am vegetarian but interested in learning how to make bone broth for my boyfriend who is a meat eater. However if the class focuses on soups and stews that are not vegetarian friendly I would probably not be interested. Thanks.

    • Andrea Potter ( March 9th, 2015

      Hi Kristy, the soups/ recipes made in this class are focused on bone broth (as a tool to help heal the digestive system)
      But all soups and stews here could be made using veggie broth with similar culinary (but not nutritional) benefits. This is the only class that I am doing in this series that has any meat, and the benefits are focused on bone broth as healing. So it’s up to you, but yes, the recipes can be easily made veggie if you like.

  • Kim Raham March 6th, 2015

    Hi Andrea,
    I am not available to attend your “Get Nourished” class on March 14th but would be interested to attend a future class on this topic. Would you please keep me notified when one becomes available?
    Thanks, Kim

    • Andrea Potter ( March 12th, 2015

      Hello, sure! one way to be among the first to know when new dates are announced (and also to get notice of class discounts etc) is to join the newsletter. Send me an email ( and I’ll sign you up.

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