***April Zoom Cooking: In April, I will be hosting a Zoom cooking class focused on shareables and “Date Night.” Whether you are cooking as a couple, surprising your spouse/parents, or treating yourself as a single bachelor/bachelorette, I’d love for you to join. Feel free to invite others to join virtually as well!
Once I have a list of interested participants, I will begin constructing a menu/recipes. Here are the dates/times/ please notify me you day of interest:
- Tuesday, 4/20 at 5:30 pm
- Thursday, 4/22 at 5:30 pm
- Sunday, 4/25 at 6 pm
March is National Nutrition Month and this month’s newsletter focuses on this important topic. Why are your daily nutrition habits so important? Eating foods rich in vitamins and minerals boost the immune system, strengthen bones, protect eyesight and more. Foods high in fiber keep you feeling full and are important for gut health. Protein rich foods help build muscle and keep your skin and nails looking great. Foods containing carbohydrates give you energy and help regulate your mood. Eating optimal amounts of these important nutrients will help keep you feeling good and looking good.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested or call 513-695-1477
***Please also see below for this week’s topics and availability for one-on-one meetings.
One-on-one meetings are coming up! If you have no set up regular appointments with me to check in on your progress, please do so. See my availability below.
• Monday-Friday, 8:00 am -3:30 pm
Online classes are being posted to the Nutrition and Diet Management page. The current weeks video is posted on the page, with past classes listed on the right sidebar of the page. All documents related to the class are listed below each video.
Nutrition class meetings will take place once monthly in the conference room. These meetings will be one-on-one with our dietitian and be 15 minutes in duration. Please email email@example.com to reserve a time slot according to the dates/times listed below. Others waiting will be expected to wait in the lobby at a 6-ft distance or to wait in the car.