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"Growing Up": How To Feed Yourself

  • Armature Works 1910 North Ola Avenue Tampa, FL, 33602 United States (map)

The transition from high school to college can be scary.

When leaving high school and the confines of your own home and parents' kitchen, you should arrive to college with one major skill: to know how to cook and feed yourself.

Most students come to college with little to no knowledge of basic nutrition and even elementary culinary skills.

Have you ever heard of the "Freshman 15"? When young adults go to college their parents are not there to feed them and guide their nutritional intake. This can be a recipe for disaster.

Chef Misha, Founder of The Health Warrior Project, watched as his peers in college ate their way to poor performance in school, anxiety and depression. What he noticed was that every one of his friends that was not performing well in school was unable to cook and had zero interest in trying to learn.

Chef Misha started The Health Warrior Project in the hopes to teach people of all ages to cook highly nutritious and delicious on a low budget. In fact, his target audience initially was broke college kids who were unable to function at a high level on their tests because of the nutrient-poor cafeteria food they were consuming.

Come join Chef Misha and his team of Tampa Health Warriors as they discuss how you can take charge of your own health. Chef Misha will demonstrate ways to feed yourself with ease whilst on a budget as well as tips on how to hack your performance and general mood with implementation of key superfoods and habits.

This is a crash course on "Functional Medicine" and "Functional Nurition".

If you want to get a jump start on your peers in college, come to this course! All ages welcome, families too!

Get your tickets soon as they are selling out fast!


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