We have a great events to look forward about nutrition for the beginning of November.
Here is info on the first of three which takes place on November 7th.
It is called The Food Mood Connection.
Your daily food choices influence how you deal with stress and pain, experience fatigue,regulate your mood and stamina, and think. Your heredity (genes) determines your height, weight, and neurotransmitters the nerve chemicals that regulate brain and body processes. What you eat and drink dictates the activity of several neurotransmitters. Overconsuming or severely restricting specific foods or nutrients can trigger neurotransmitter imbalances that contribute to mood swings, thinking problems, food cravings, irritability, fatigue, and depression.
Join us to review what nutrients and foods will help improve your mood.
Presenter: Debra Dobies, RD, LDN, MA, '06 Location: Little Theatre Date: November 7, 2011 (Monday) Time: 5:30–7:00 PM Free and open to public For more information contact the Department of Holistic Health at 732.987.2663
Debra has over 30 years experience as a Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist. Debra attended Rutgers College where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Human Nutrition & Foods followed by a Clinical Dietetic Internship at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit Michigan. She also attended GCU and earned her M.A. in Holistic Health. Her work experience includes serving as dietitian, health educator, director of a hospital food and nutrition department, and she was the clinical advisor for an outpatient weight management program. Debra maintains a private practice and conducts classes, speeches, and programs for healthcare, corporate, and community groups. She has appeared on several television shows, radio broadcasts and has been featured in newspapers. One of Debra’s favorite quotes is “Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you what you are.” (~ G. K. Chesterton)