Jeanne van den Heuvel (Belgium),
has been very active as a teacher of macrobiotics for more then 20 years. After working as a remedial teacher for children and adolescents for many years, she now uses her educational experience to teach macrobiotic philosophy and guide families with children as well as individuals in their search for personal health and harmony. Jeanne has studied extensively with Michio Kushi and other educators and teaches macrobiotics in Europe and the U.S.A. She runs a macrobiotic center in Belgium, where she lives with her son, daughter, and grandson.
Basic Grain Dishes
A variety of nourishing and healing whole grain dishes. All whole grains have different characteristics, from strengthening to discharging or calming. Learn to cook grains properly, with or without pressure, with or without toasting.
Best Dishes to Celebrate Menopause
For many women menopause is a time of suffering and discomfort. It need not be that way! Learn what to eat and what not to eat for a smooth transition.
Light on Green Vegetables
Hard leafy green vegetables should be present in each meal. They stimulate your digestion, clean your body from toxins and fat accumulation, and provide you with the necessary nutrients for health. Variety in preparation is needed and a variety of tastes can easily be obtained with the use of shoyu, mirin, lemon juice, garlic, ginger and more.
Personal Menu Planning and Quick Cooking
Learn to create in no time an attractive, balanced and energizing meal. Menu planning, the right preparation and cooking styles for those who have little time to spend in the kitchen.
Healing Miso Soups Made Personal
Miso soup is very strengthening and is particularly suitable for helping us maintain balance in a world of increasing food quality decline and environmental degradation. In this class Jeanne will discuss some of the nutritional benefits of miso soup, the different qualities, and what type of soup to cook for your personal condition.