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Empowered Patient Series: Nutrition

November 3 at 2:00 pm - 3:30 PM
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November 3 | 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

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Learn useful, practical tools and tricks for improving your nutrition and your overall health.

One of the most important things you can do to improve your overall health and wellbeing is to embrace the power of education. Learning about proven strategies, philosophies, and best practices will empower you to make positive, meaningful, and most importantly, lasting changes to your lifestyle.

This special series, presented in collaboration between the Winter Park Health Foundation and AdventHealth, is designed to give you the tools you need to get started on this journey. Throughout this seven-week series of workshops, you’ll learn the latest in healthy living research from those studying it deeply – AdventHealth University Community Health Nursing students.

Each week, the NURS440 students, in collaboration with their instructors, these future leaders in health care will present the latest information on health-related topics, organized under the umbrella of the renowned CREATION Health principles. Each session will also kick off with useful screenings, such as blood pressure, heart rate, oxygen saturation, etc.

We invite you to join us for one, two or all seven of these interactive sessions, held in the Center for Health & Wellbeing’s Healthy Living Experience, and start improving your health today. The sessions will follow this schedule:

  • September 22: Choice
  • September 29: Rest
  • October 6: Environment
  • October 13: Activity
  • October 20: Trust
  • October 27: Interpersonal Relationships & Outlook
  • November 3: Nutrition

 

On November 3, we’ll focus on: Nutrition 

Nutrition is nourishment for the body and energy for the mind. Understanding the relationship between food and your body can lead to better choices and improved wellness.

Why, after all the great advancements in medicine over the past several decades are so many people dying from poor diet? Because medicine is not a substitute for nutrition. Research has consistently shown the importance of a good diet on your health, energy levels and longevity. What you ingest also affects your mental health. For example, you can adjust your serotonin levels by varying the amount of carbohydrates in your diet.

In this session, learn useful, practical tools and tricks for improving your nutrition.

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