NASHVILLE, TN: Saint Thomas Heart has announced the Fall/Early Winter 2008 schedule for the Heart Healthy Cooking School, a series of free cooking demonstrations and tastings.
Registered Dietician Kitty Fawaz, L.D.N., and Executive Chef Julian Osmond will lead the classes, held at Saint Thomas Hospital, Baptist Hospital and various Middle Tennessee locations. This year’s classes will feature Saint
Thomas Heart cardiologists discussing the importance of healthy eating in improving overall cardiac health.
“Our schools are designed to help people make healthy choices while cooking. We believe a proper diet will not only make you feel better, but help you live longer,” said Fawaz.
The Saint Thomas Heart Healthy Cooking School began in 1996 and has helped tens of thousands of Middle Tennesseans learn to prepare fun, easy and heart-healthy meals.
For more information and to register for the free classes, call 1-800-588-3270.
Sept. 9, 3 p.m., Saint Thomas Hospital, Cafeteria
Oct. 7, 3 p.m., Saint Thomas Hospital, Cafeteria
Oct. 21, Noon, Baptist Hospital, GSO Auditorium
Nov. 4, 3 p.m., Saint Thomas Hospital, Cafeteria
Nov. 20, 2 p.m., Bellevue YMCA
Dec. 2, 3 p.m., Saint Thomas Hospital, Cafeteria
Saint Thomas Heart is a division of Saint Thomas Health Services that aligns the health system’s cardiac services and the heart programs at Baptist Hospital, Saint Thomas Hospital and Middle Tennessee Medical Center.