Join Food Chat
Held by food and dietary expert Andrew Sterman, Food Chat is a live 90 minute question and discussion time with Andrew on the subject of Food as Medicine. Andrew is the author of Welcoming Food. The sessions are 90 minutes, and held twice a month at varying times.
Complete Food Chat Access
All sessions recorded and archived on the site
Ask questions about food
Discuss difficulties with food
Practitioners are welcome and may ask questions about recommendations in the clinic
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Payments are automatically renewed monthly and are non-refundable. Subscriptions can be cancelled at any time.
Upcoming Food Chats
June 4th, 2020 @ 11:00am EDT (UTC/GMT-4)
June 18th, 2020 @ 11:00am EDT (UTC/GMT-4)
To Access Food Chat Webinars:
– Your subscription will unlock the ‘Food Chat’ menu item on your subscription menu (top right)
– Clicking ‘Food Chat Live’ will take you to the webinar Page
– Webinars use Zoom for increased interaction. Please ensure you have the zoom app before the chat begins
Please note, a fast and uninterrupted internet connection is recommended for best results. Be sure to close any apps or programs that may use up bandwidth during the webinar.
About Andrew Sterman
Andrew Sterman is author of Welcoming Food: Diet as Medicine for Home Cooks and Other Healers (Classical Wellness Press, New York, available Spring 2019). Based in New York City, Andrew works with clients in the disciplines of dietary therapy, medical qigong and meditation, and writes a popular column for the Golden Flower Chinese Herbs newsletter. Andrew first entered Chinese medicine through qigong and taiji in 1988. He began studying the healing potential of food at the same time by enrolling at the Natural Gourmet Cookery School. Seeking to deepen his understanding of food energetics, Andrew began formal study of Chinese herbal medicine, diagnostics, medical theory, and dietary therapy with Master Jeffrey Yuen in 2001. Andrew’s parallel career as a professional musician enables him to travel extensively and learn from chefs of many cultures, further inspiring him to discover unique ways to incorporate food and healing into daily cooking routines. At home, Andrew cooks for his wife, author and acupuncturist Ann Cecil-Sterman, and their two children.