Join us to learn how our detox solutions will help heal your systems, strengthen your body, calm your mind, and nourish your soul. We will share the new resources, apps, and instructors we have put together to support you during your healing journey. After the presentation, you will know exactly how to shop and prepare for this year’s Total Detox Challenge.
The Challenge will run February 1 - February 28, as we commit to supporting each other in making healthier lifestyle choices. We will have an opportunity to share some of our Challenge successes and setbacks, during a special feast and celebratory event on February 27th.
TUESDAY | JANUARY 23, 2018
Please select one of the following two sessions:
SESSION ONE: 5:00-6:00 PM (doors open at 4:55 PM)
SESSION TWO: 6:30-7:30 PM (doors re-open at 6:25 PM)
Let’s Talk Food Nutrition & Culinary Education Center
3670 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201
PARKING: You can park in the Wayne State University parking structure located directly behind the classroom, or access free or metered parking on neighboring streets. Please do not park in the store’s parking lot, as towing may be enforced.
As we prepare to launch our 2018 Total Detox Challenge, please join us for a special evening with celebrity speaker Terry Mason, MD, FACS. In his talk, Food: The Cause and Cure for Chronic Disease, Dr. Mason will share the latest cutting-edge research linking obesity to certain cancers and all forms of chronic disease.
You don’t want to miss this life-changing event! Come learn how specific dietary habits may be keeping you sick, tired and worn down, and get the information and tools you need to protect your health and live the life you love.
TUESDAY | JANUARY 30, 2018 | 6:00 PM
DOORS OPEN | 5:00 PM
DETROIT SCHOOL OF ARTS | AUDITORIUM
(Selden St. Entrance)
123 Selden St. | Detroit, MI 48201
Parking Lot located on Selden St. directly across from the DSA.
The vision, heart and ethic of Whole Cities Foundation were born in the great city of Detroit in 2011 and 2012.
Before building in Detroit, Whole Foods Market committed to discovering how a presence there could meet the needs and reflect the desires of the people of Detroit, be respectful and responsive to local cultures, and increase access to fresh foods across all income levels.
Whole Foods Market charted this path to its first Detroit store with deep community engagement. Grassroots leaders and neighbors engaged, challenged, critiqued and inspired the project. Store staff listened, adapted, shared and evolved.
A store and the Let's Talk Food nutrition and culinary education program emerged from the process. And, a new model for Whole Foods Market work called Community First: using a community’s best interest as the lens for looking at all major decisions made there.
The Community First process in Detroit led to the establishment of the Whole Cities Foundation. We are committed to expanding access to fresh food and healthy eating education by supporting grassroots partnerships on the local level.