“Celebrating Foods From the Past ”
Presented by: Sue Clarahan
April 10, 2018
11:30 a.m.- Social Time with Cash Wine and Soda Bar
12:00 Noon - Luncheon
I University Club (Formerly the University Athletic Club)
1360 Melrose Avenue, Iowa City
Member $19/Member's Guest $22
RSVPs should be received in the mail by Tuesday, April 3rd
Co-Chairpersons: Sandy Johnson & Janet Long
How has our food evolved over the years? Does food look the same as it did 100 years ago? What about nutrition the last 100 years? Who were healthier, people at the turn of the 20th or 21st century? Sue Clarahan will give us “food for thought” as she delves into the topic of food, nutrition, and health. From bison and root vegetables roasted over open flames, to maid-rites and microwaves, Iowa has a rich history of food. Sue will take us on a walk through the culinary history in Iowa that shows necessity and innovation are deeply rooted in how we nourish ourselves. Sue Clarahan, RD, LD, CEDRD has been practicing over 34 years in the field of dietetics. In 2008, she blended her passion for nutrition with practical and sensible approaches to eating by founding Clarahan Consulting, LLC. She specializes in treating clients with eating disorders and disorder eating. In 2007, she was named Iowa Recognized Dietitian of the Year and in 2014 became the first Certified Eating Disorder Dietitian in the state of Iowa. Sue practices the weight-neutral approach to health focusing on the internal wisdom of the body instead of numbers on a scale. She is passionate about Health at Every Size. Sue has been a University Club member since 2013. She and her husband, Randy, live in Coralville.
In 1967, The University Club was 50 years old, so in honor of the golden anniversary and “Celebrating Foods From the Past,” the April meal will be representative of a typical 1960s meal. We will also take a look back at the 1960s through short movie clips and music.
We hope to see you there!