Let’s Move Pittsburgh Walk and Talk: Raising Plant-Based Eaters

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Tuesday August 13

9:30 AM  –  10:30 AM

Let’s Move Pittsburgh Walk and Talk: Raising Plant-Based Eaters

Date:  August 13

Time: 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Price: $5.00 per person, child or adult

Summary: Let’s Move Pittsburgh, a health and wellness program of Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, pleased to present the new Walk and Talk summer series. Our mission is to provide families the opportunity to have conversations with multidisciplinary professionals, such as pediatricians, dietitians and ecologists while walking the beautiful paths of Schenley Park.

After enjoying a nutritious morning snack in Phipps’ Botany Hall Kitchen, you and your family will be invited to explore the biodiversity of our city’s forest, learn about the healthy principles, and have the opportunity to ask questions to children’s health experts.

August 13: Raising Plant-Based Eaters

Can my children get the nutrients they need through a vegetarian diet? Whole food, plant-based eating is becoming a popular trend and it can be hard to know what is fact and what is fad. Local pediatrician and co-founder of One World Eating Dr. Keith Somers will explain the foundations of vegetarian eating for the whole family.

Special thank-you to the UPMC Health Plan and Heinz Foundation.