Ann Crile Esselstyn
Ann Crile Esselstyn graduated from Smith College and received a Master's degree in Education from Wheelock College. She taught English and some history for 27 years and was a field hockey coach for 15 years. Ann won the Hostatler Award for outstanding teacher in 1963. She stopped teaching in 2000 and focused on creating the recipes to prevent and reverse heart disease and counseling patients on preparing and eating a plant-based diet. Through the years she juggled four children, teaching, and figuring out plant-based, oil free ways to cook. In 2014 she wrote The Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease Cookbook with her daughter Jane Esselstyn.
Cooking Classes for the 2017 Cruise
Cooking Class: The How and Wow: Discussion and Demo of the Guidelines To Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease
The dynamic mother and daughter duo, Ann and Jane Esselstyn, will discuss and demonstrate the practical side of staying heart healthy. Co-authors of The Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease Cookbook, they will share their vast experience in choosing and preparing plant-based, whole foods in delicious, creative ways. Their energy and passion are a powerful testament to the benefits of this way of eating.