Vitamin C! Plenty of water! Exercise, sleep and keep your social connections! Don’t let stress affect you! Now more than ever, we are receiving so many messages about how our diet and lifestyle choices affect our ability to stay healthy, but what does it all really mean?
In this program presented by registered Dietician Josephine Thomason, you’ll take time to sort out these many messages to gain a true understanding of how diet and lifestyle affect our immune system and subsequent ability to respond to the environmental threats we face with daily. You’ll learn more about the role of the Gut Microbiome in fighting off infectious diseases and how the foods we eat are either “good” or “bad” for your immune system. Josephine will also share more about the link between sleep, exercise and a compromised immune system.
This program is presented by Josephine Thomason, MS, RDN, LDN – Founder & Owner of Nutrisi Consulting and hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.
How to join the Zoom Meeting on Thursday, May 14:
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About Your Program Presenter
About Josephine Thomason, MS, RDN, LDN – Founder & Owner of Nutrisi Consulting
Josephine is a registered and licensed dietitian in the state of Florida. She specializes in the area of Functional Nutrition, where she is privileged to helps clients identify the root causes of their digestive disorders and other chronic conditions. She is adept at using integrative and functional models to help clients understand the importance of gut health and how it impacts our immune system, digestive system, brain health, as well as our overall wellbeing.