No more diets! Beth talks about how small changes in how we eat can help us lead happier, healthier, and richer lives. Learn how to better nourish ourselves, our families, and our communities through Real Good Food.
After nearly a decade of professional food writing and blogging from her kitchen, Beth has pared down her food philosophy to one simple rule: eat real, good food.
“No two people are alike. Food choices are influenced by our own traditions and habits, creating beautiful diversity in tastes and flavors,” says Beth. “But in our modern world, we’ve gotten thrown off balance. There are simple changes we can all make that will nourish not only ourselves, but our families and our communities as well.”
Beth provides guidelines on how to simplify our relationship to food and create more energy and vitality in our lives in the process. She encourages people to eat well with an emphasis on local, seasonal, fresh food and a celebratory attitude to enjoy life to the fullest.
“Dessert isn’t an everyday occasion, but if you are going to eat cake, eat CAKE!” says Beth. “A small slice of homemade cake, made with quality ingredients, prepared with love and shared with friends and family – one should never feel guilty about that.”
Beth Schatz Kaylor is a communications professional, freelance writer, and big fan of all things food. From shopping farmers markets to planning large-scale farm dinners, she actively promotes eating well by enjoying real food produced by local farmers and ranchers. She writes about regional food and travel for local and national publications such as Be Magazine, AAA Living and Midwest Living, as well as on her blog Rhubarb + Venison. A lifelong resident of Bismarck, Beth is married to a carnivore named Kent and has a young son, Benjamin, who loves black licorice and pickles.
Beth will guide us to Getting Real on Our Approach to Eating Well during the Women’s Health Conference.