Food for Life Instructor since 2013
Serving cities and surrounding areas of
| Dallas, Ft. Worth,
Arlington, Irving, Euless, Bedford, and Hurst
Favorite low-fat vegan recipe
Potatoes, and Green Beans in Cauliflower Sauce
Food for Life Instructor Betty Haverfield
has been teaching people how to live a life that is joyful in mind, body, and
spirit for more than 15 years. In 2011, she created Journey to Betterment for people who want an effective resource for
losing weight and restoring their body to optimal health.
created Journey to Betterment as a
result of seeing the provocative documentary Forks over Knives and applying the whole-food, plant-based dietary
information presented in the movie to her own life. Within three months of
changing her way of eating, Betty’s cholesterol dropped from 275 to 235 after
inching up steadily for years. She knew she was on the right track and wanted
others to know the benefits of this amazing diet and what’s possible.
Why did you become a Food for Life instructor?
love sharing information that makes a significant and positive difference in
people’s lives. After personally experiencing the amazing benefits of eating a low-fat,
whole-food, plant-based diet, I knew I had to include information about this
way of eating into any program I would offer."
Here is what class attendees are saying…
“This class has made a huge difference in my overall well-being. I’ve lost 18 pounds in seven weeks. I feel better, sleep better, and am in an overall better mood. Even my skin and hair have improved.”
-Tiffany M., Providence Cancer Center, Anchorage, Alaska
"Everyone who is concerned about nutrition will benefit from this class — and enjoy it. For those of us challenged to survive cancer, it is a great inspiration!”
-Brian C., St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport, Conn.
"After five weeks on the program, my husband and I have both lost 10 pounds. My blood sugar has dropped 30 points. My doctor says I may get off all medications at the next visit. I am a breast cancer survivor and my husband has heart disease, so this is a must for us!”
-Annie H., Roanoke Recreation Center, Roanoke, Texas