About the Course
Find out how to combine fresh, everyday ingredients into tasty dishes which support key aspects of health.
From hormone balancing muffins to digestive supporting salads, gluten free bakes to energy packed breakfasts, this course is brimming with fantastic food ideas and information about some of the world’s healthiest foods.
- This course is a cooking demonstration: the preparation of the dishes is demonstrated by the lecturer and their therapeutic action is discussed
- Tasting session after each dish has been prepared
- All dishes will be prepared with organic ingredients
- All recipes will be provided
- …and be prepared to receive many wonderful extra tips on how to cook healthily & naturally from our expert lecturer!
What our student’s say
“A great mix between learning amazing things and trying/tasting incredible food!” -H.R-M.
“The enthusiasm for cooking and the information that was offered was fantastic.” -S.C.
“I love cooking and this was brilliant!!” -D.M.
“Heather was a fantastic tutor! Thank you for all your knowledge.” -Z.F.
“Heather was great specially with having an upbeat and positive energy and really having the knowledge behind what she was doing and sharing it with the class.” -E.B.
“Tasty food & recipes are quite easy to assemble & cook. Really enjoyed this course & it’s been an eye opener!” -V.C.
“Being able to try different types of food and learning about what ingredients are good for you – Brilliant 6 weeks where I have learnt a lot!” -D.D.
“As big fans of deliciously nutritious recipes, “Cooking for Health” was a delight. Educational, interactive and scrumptious. The raw chocolate mousse alone was worth attending for! A must for anyone interested in learning how to be creatively healthy in the kitchen with simple dishes that won’t fail to impress.” -K.E & K.S, pod
“The delicious food demonstrated and tasted was nutritionally good, and the chestnut & cranberry roast, and the rose & cardamom truffles = awesome! All recipes were totally amazing!” -C.L.
“Information good and teacher excellent – dairy, gluten, and sugar free food never tasted so good!” -D.B.
No prior study required
- CNM Certificate in Cooking for Health
Study Programme and Locations
6 Tuesday evenings from 6.30 pm – 9 pm
2015 course dates:
|Session 1. Gluten and dairy free – Part 2||6:30pm – 9:00pm||3rd February 2015|
|Session 2. Food fermentation||6:30pm – 9:00pm||10th February 2015|
|Session 3. Foods for immunity||6:30pm – 9:00pm||24th February 2015|
|Session 4: Foods to support detoxification||6:30pm – 9:00pm||3rd March 2015|
|Session 5: Cooking for Vegans||6:30pm – 9:00pm||10th March 2015|
|Session 6: Healthy treats||6:30pm – 9:00pm||17th March 2015|
2014 course dates: this course is now full
|Session 1. Gluten and dairy free||6:30pm – 9:00pm||14th October 2014|
|Session 2. Raw Food diet||6:30pm – 9:00pm||21st October 2014|
|Session 3. Food for healthy digestion||6:30pm – 9:00pm||28th October 2014|
|Session 4: Foods for vitality||6:30pm – 9:00pm||4th November 2014|
|Session 5: Foods for hormones||6:30pm – 9:00pm||11th November 2014|
|Session 6: Christmas festivities||6:30pm – 9:00pm||18th November 2014|
80% attendance of all lectures is required. Late arrival or early departure from lectures counts as non-attendance.
- £335 (for 6 session course)
CNM, 41 Riding House Street, London W1W 7BE (Tube: Oxford Circus) Location Map (opens in new window)
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This course is being sponsored by inSpiral, a visionary eco-company whose raw and vegan snack products are available at health food shops across the nation. Students on this course will receive a pack of their delicious kale chips, plus, be entitled to receive a 15% discount from inSpiral’s webshop for the duration of the course. To find out more about our partners visit our links page.