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Caffeine Anyone? Benefits, Risks, and Healthful Alternatives

Posted April 24, 2020 | By ale_bellot

So many of us are guilty of it – reaching for the second, maybe even third cup of coffee when we feel our motivation levels dipping. In moderation, caffeine can be a valuable source of energy, but regular consumption of too much caffeine can be a harmful and dangerous habit. In this CHWB Digital Program, presented by registered dietician Carolyn Dowling, RD, LDN, you’ll gain insight to the benefits and risks of caffeine consumption while learning more about less conventional beverage options that offer abundant health benefits.

This program is presented by the Winter Park Health Foundation.

About Carolyn Dowling, RD, LDN

Carolyn Dowling, RD, LDN holds a B.S. in Nutritional Science with a concentration in Dietetics from California State University at Los Angeles. She is a Licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist in the state of Florida and has served patients for 20 years. Her area of expertise includes weight and disease management, placing a strong focus on both wellness and prevention through lifestyle and dietary modification.

She has worked in vastly different areas of dietetics, including product development, administration, school food service, outpatient counseling, pediatric and adult clinical nutrition, and both private and hospital individual and group education. Carolyn established her own successful nutritional counseling practice, as well as a fitness business, focusing her efforts on her ability to empower, guide, and motivate others to a life of wellness through proper nutrition.