Marion Nestle, the featured nutritionist in the movie Super Size Me and the author of Food Politics and Safe Food will be coming to San Francisco on May 17 to talk about her new book, What to Eat.
If you are a parent, a stroll through the average supermarket is bewildering. Is ?rhbst? milk safe?and what is ?rhbst? anyway? Can you wash pesticides off fruit or do you have to buy organic? What is GMO wheat, and does it matter if it?s in your kid?s cereal? And how can an average parent afford all the organic, wild, free-range food we are told we should be buying?
Marion Nestle brings food science and common sense to food shopping. With sharp humor, expertise, and a food lover?s delight, she will take parents on a trip through the supermarket experience, telling us what we need to know.
Live Oak School and Parent?s Place of San Francisco are proud to co-sponsor this free-to-the public event. Live Oak is a K-8 independent school whose mission is to support the potential and promise of each student. Parent?s Place, a program of Jewish Family and Children?s Services, is a nationally-recognized full service family resource center for families with children of all ages. The host for this event is the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, a non-profit neighborhood meeting space offering an array of services to individuals and families of diverse backgrounds.
Marion Nestle Talks to Parents about What to Eat Wednesday, May 17, 7:00-9:00 pm
Potrero Hill Neighborhood House
953 De Haro Street
San Francisco CA
Free and Open to the Public: All Invited
Book Signing After Lecture sponsored by Cover to Cover
Added by potrerohillsf on February 8, 2006