When it comes to good nutrition, messages on fueling your body for optimal health and vitality frequently hinge on foods to avoid, complicated directives for timing and combining, and the superfood or supplement of the moment. It’s all a bit confusing, not to mention exhausting, trying to keep up.
During “Living a delicious life: Seven principles of prevention that aren’t about the food,” dietitian and personal trainer Cathy Leman invites you to put everything you’ve heard about eating well on the back burner. It may surprise you to learn that a solid nutrition program has less to do with what you put into your body, and everything to do with constructing a health-supportive environment that stretches well beyond the kitchen.
Join us to stretch your own ideas about nourishing your body, preventing disease and living a robust, fit and healthy life – you won’t ever look at your dinner plate in the same way again.
Cathy Leman, MA, RD, LD
, is a registered, licensed dietitian, nutrition therapist, and certified personal trainer, with a master’s degree in health psychology. An experienced speaker and prolific writer, Cathy delights in educating and inspiring groups and individuals to adopt preventive, health-supportive nutrition and fitness habits.
In October 2014, Cathy received a breast cancer diagnosis that put her own self-care and prevention practices to the test, with a (so far) very favorable outcome for which she is beyond grateful, and she encourages every person she has the privilege to work with to make their health a precious, non-negotiable priority every, single day.
Find Cathy online at eatwellgetstrong.com
This webinar was a presentation of the ASDA Wellness Initiative in conjunction with Wellness Month 2016.