“Simply Delicious” – Recipes for a Healthy Life

During the month of November, registered dietitian and plant-based diet coach, Sandy Holmes, is introducing her new book, holmes-book-cvr“Simply Delicious: Plant-based recipes for a healthy life” at several venues in the Roaring Fork Valley.

Here is the list of events where Sandy will be presenting her book and her personal story of inspiring and coaching people to make a lifestyle change resulting in longevity and well-being.

Choose an event! Come meet the author, purchase a book for yourself or loved one. A great way to plan for a happy, healthful holiday season without concern for weight gain!

Thursday, November 3rd
5:30 pm
Basalt Library
14 Midland Ave, Basalt, CO 81621

Friday, November 4th
5 to 8 pm
Susan’s Flowers and Artisan Boutique
453 Main St, Carbondale, CO 81623

Saturday. November 12th
12 noon to 5 pm
Davi Nikent Center for Human Flourishing Fundraiser
Third Street Center, 520 S. Third Street, Carbondale

Monday, November 14th
5:30 pm
Pitkin County Library 
120 N Mill St, Aspen, CO 81611

Not your ordinary cook book! An essential resource for anyone who is considering or already engaged in a Plant-Based Whole Foods Lifestyle.

Sandy’s book contains whole food plant-based recipes, nutritional facts, stories and links to websites will inspire you to move toward a healthy diet. The recipes are simple to prepare and delicious to eat. Benefits include: heart health, weight control, increased energy and decreased cancer risk.

Sandy Holmes RDNThe author, Sandy Holmes, is passionately plant-based. After receiving a Bachelors of Science degree in dietetics from Purdue University, Sandy moved to Colorado to pursue her career and her love for skiing and the outdoors.

In her job as clinical dietitian for over 30 years at Aspen Valley Hospital Sandy works closely with clients to help them achieve lifestyle change. She provides healthy cooking classes, and developed and teaches a class called “Leaning Toward A Plant-Based Diet”.  Sandy has helped changed the culture of Aspen Valley Hospital’s food service.  Because of vegan options now offered to staff and patients the hospital was recently recognized for providing the best hospital food in the nation.