BLUEFIELD, W.Va. (WVVA) – In Jan., WVVA featured Princeton woman Brenda Workman on our Sunday morning show In Focus. Workman lost 60 lbs. in two and a half years. She was also able to get off her medications. She credits her better health to switching to a plant-based diet.
Now, she is teaching others how they can also implement healthy foods in their diets.
Classes at Craft Memorial Library:
Workman is teaching a class Sat. May 6 at Craft Memorial Library in Bluefield, W.Va.
The first class is plant-based basics. That class is two hours, from 10 am until noon. The cost is $30.
The second class on May 6 is food for a healthy heart. That class will be held from 1-3 pm The cost is $30.
Monday night classes at Bluefield Union Mission:
Workman is also teaching a 3-week class called ‘Food Matters.’ It will be held Monday evenings, May 8, 15 and 29 from 6-8 pm at Bluefield Union Mission.
Events at Glade Springs:
She is also doing a wellness event for women on Sat. May 20 at Glade Springs Resort. From 10 am-noon, there will be a presentation. From noon-1 pm, there will be a luncheon. The cost is $55 for one person, and $100 for two people.
To register and to learn more about Workman’s classes, visit her website here. Visit her Facebook page here.
Watch Workman’s In Focus interview with WVVA’s Melinda Zosh here. Read today.com’s article about Workman here.
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