@tstuckrath @thrivemeetingsAIBTIM 2014June 10, 2014 Ser e This Not That! June 10, 2014 AIBTM Tracy Stuckrath, CSEP, CMM, CHC, CFPM @tstuckrath @thrivemeetings
@tstuckrath @thrivemeetingsAIBTIM 2014June 10, 2014 Tracy Stuckrath Certified event professional, strategic meetings manager & health coach One of 15 million+ Americans with food allergies Studied at Institute of Integrative Nutrition Founded Thrive! in 2010 Not a doctor, nutritionist or lawyer CSEP, CMM, CHC, CFPM @tstuckrath @thrivemeetingsAIBTIM 2014April 23, 2014
@tstuckrath @thrivemeetingsAIBTM 2014June 10, 2014 Understand the Different Dietary Needs Grasp Similarities & Differences in the Dietary Needs Learn how to navigate a catering Menu & what questions to ask of F&B partners Essential Learning Components u v w
@tstuckrath @thrivemeetingsAIBTIM 2014June 10, 2014 our common ground, ~James Beard Food is a universal experience.
Foodis the only thing you're going to buy that becomes you.Carlo Petrini
Paleo Processed foods Sugar,candy Sweetfruit Grains Beans Dairy SeedOils No
Foodis an important part of my and the way I Arlene Mathes-Scharf, kashrut.com religion live my life.
@tstuckrath @thrivemeetingsAIBTIM 2014June 10, 2014 Judaism Kosher x Kosher nned sh only Kosher Not with meat Buddhism x x some P P Hinduism x x Restricted/ Avoided ? x Islam Halal x Halal x P P x Rastafarianism x x no sh over 12 x Seventh Day Adventist x x x ? Sikh in some sects Halal or Kosher x
@tstuckrath @thrivemeetingsAIBTIM 2014June 10, 2014 JANUARY Chinese New Year (Confucian/Taoist/Buddhist) ! ! FEBRUARY Ash Wednesday (Christian) Lent (Christian) ! ! APRIL Good Friday (Christian) Easter (Christian) Shavuot (Jewish) Passover (Jewish) ! ! JUNE/JULY Ramadan (Islamic) ! JULY/AUGUST Eid al-Fitr (Islamic) Krishna Janmashtami (Hindu) ! SEPTEMBER/ OCTOBER Sukkot (Jewish) Rosh Hashanah (Jewish) ! ! OCTOBER Navratri (Hindu) Shemini (Jewish) Yom Kippur (Jewish) Simchat Torah (Jewish) Eid al-Adha (Islamic) ! ! NOVEMBER Diwali (Hindu/Buddist/ Sikhism/Jainism) Thanksgiving ! ! DECEMBER Hanukkah (Jewish) Christmas (Christian)
@tstuckrath @thrivemeetingsAIBTIM 2014June 10, 2014 Vegetarian Vegan Gluten-Free Paleo Kosher Catholicism Halal Eggs P O P P P P P Milk P ALTERNATIVE Almond, Soy, Coconut, Hemp, Rice Milks AVOID Wheat, Rye, Barley, Couscous, Starches, Malt, Casein, Bread, Crackers, Cereal, Dairy, Cheese, Milk, Buttermilk O AVOID milk products and meat at the same meal P ? Soy Great source of protein Great source of protein P AVOID LEGUMES & BEANS: soy, lentils, black beans, pinto beans, red beans, peanuts, white beans, garbanzo beans++ During Passover some Jews avoid all legumes P Good source of protein Wheat P P AVOID wheat, rye & barley and anything that contains a form of them AVOID ALL GRAINS wheat, rice, corn, quinoa, amaranth, buckwheat, wild rice, spelt, rye, sorghum, oats, teff, amaranth++ During Passover only unleavened breads are allowed; grains P ? Shellsh ? O P Wild caught, grass-fed, hormone & antibiotic free Meats, Fish, Pork, Poultry, Shellfish, Turkey, Goat, Lamb O During Lent, this is only animal protein allowed on Friday P Fish ? O P Finned fish only P Tree Nuts Good source of protein Good source of protein P! Need to read packaging for flavorings & spices P P P Good source of protein Peanuts Good source of protein Good source of protein See Note Soy Above During Passover some Jews avoid all legumes P Good source of protein GV E Vg N Sf W M F S P P J C H