What is good nutrition?
I believe that a healthy, nourished population depends on strong research and education programs in human nutrition. Many people are not aware or educated on this topic and it is my goal to increase the quality, availability, and effectiveness of educational and community-based programs.
Community education encompasses interventions that create changes in knowledge, attitudes, behavior and health outcomes among individuals, families or small, targeted groups within a community setting. I educate individuals and groups so that they can adopt healthy eating habits and furthermore improve health, and enhance quality of life.
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These group setting, informational ‘nutrition 101’ sessions help communities:
Understand the fundamentals of nutrition on higher level. There are several misnomers and misleading concepts and our goal is to help you understand, simply, what good nutrition is.
Make informed choices about food and lifestyles that support their physiological health, economic, and social well-being.
Focus on the larger philosophy of nutrition versus individual items.
Feel empowered to choose nutritious and good-for-you foods.
Change attitude so that a diet rich in fruit, vegetables, and whole grains is more appealing than diet high in fats and sugars. While sweet, high fat foods may be an occasional treat, we emphasize a lifetime of routine healthy eating.
Be able to conceptually look at a plate, figure out how to portion it healthfully.