Food for Life

Carol Wroblewski

Carol Wroblewski, Ph.D, H.S.P.P.
carolinindy@gmail.com
http://carolwroblewski.com/

Food for Life Instructor since June 2013

Serving cities and surrounding areas of

INDIANA | Indianapolis (3 hour radius)

Favorite Low-fat Vegan Recipe: 
Tuscan Harvest Soup (Ribollita)


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Food for Life Instructor Carol Wroblewski, Ph.D, H.S.P.P.

Carol is a licensed psychologist who has become involved in health and wellness through a whole-food, plant-based approach to nutrition. In 2010, Carol adopted a plant- based diet to maintain an 80 pound weight loss and also as a means of improving health. Based on her interest in this topic, she earned a certificate in plant-based nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Foundation, delivered by eCornell. Other professional development includes continuing education trainings, professional conferences, and books on plant-based nutrition as it impacts health. Additionally, she is completing her certification training to be a Level 1 Diabetes Educator. Carol provides coaching and support in adopting a path to health, offers presentations on food addiction and plant-based health, in addition to offering cooking classes and selling prepared plant-based meals.

Why did you become a Food for Life instructor?

"The Food for Life program offers the opportunity to use a strong foundation of evidence-based research to support learning while having the opportunity to offer participants practical, hands-on application of the information they are gaining in a group setting."

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

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